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Classic Lodestar Large Frame - Brake Parts

Classic Lodestar Hoist Parts - Large Frame Brake Parts
KEY # PART # DESCRIPTION QTY
627-125 35031B Back Frame 1
627-128 982698 Back Frame Attaching Screw 2
627-128A 940830 Back Frame Attaching Screw Lockwasher 2
627-129 987322 Back Frame Attaching Screw 2
627-129A 940830 Back Frame Attaching Screw Lockwasher 2
627-251 35643 Brake Plate & Studs 1
627-252 945851 Brake Attaching Screw Lockwasher 1
627-253 982709 Brake Attaching Screw 1
627-254 35069 Brake Intermediate Plate 1
627-255 35716 Brake Spring - Yellow (Model J, L & R) 2
  35717 Brake Spring - Green (Model LL & RR) 2
627-256 35629 Brake Field Sub-Assembly 1
627-257 945840 Brake Stud Nut 2
627-258 35704 Brake Coil Retainer Strap 1
627-259 51511 Brake Coil - 230V (Model J, L & R) 1
51510 Brake Coil - 115V (Model J, L & R)
  51512 Brake Coil (Model LL & RR) 1
627-260 35600 Brake Armature Assembly (Includes 627-262) 1
627-261 35632 Brake Friction Disc varies
627-262 35826 Brake Shading Coil 2

INSPECTION

To ensure safe operation, extra long life and top performance, a regular inspection procedure must be initiated to replace worn/damaged parts.

BRAKE SHADING COIL  

A missing or broken shading coil will cause the brake to be noisy when the hoist is operated.
Any of these symptoms indicate the need for replacement parts.

ELECTRIC BRAKE ADJUSTMENT

The correct air gap between armature and field, when a brake is not energized, is 0.025 inch (.635mm) and need not be adjusted until the gap reaches 0.045 inch (1.143mm).
Proper electric brake adjustment is key to an effective and safe hoist operation. Without good maintenance of a brake, many hoist operation problems can be emerging:
  • Motor overheats: By brake dragging
  • Hoist operates sluggishly: By brake dragging
  • Hook does not stop promptly: By Brake slipping
  • Hook stopping point varies: By Brake not holding
Vast majority of cases can be solved by checking the brake adjustment. Please always refer to CM hoist replacement part user manual - Classic Lodestar (p.11) for the right adjustment procedures.