CIR-AH

Load Rating: 600 lbs @ 24"

Swing Radius: 14” – 52”

Max Torque: 1,800 in-lbs

Easy Crank: 1,800 in-lbs

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Flotron’s off-the-shelf CIR-AH Cantilevered Integration and Rotation Fixture incorporates adjustable height with push-button control by means of an electrically powered screw jack. The height change range is 20”- 57” as measured from floor to rotation centerline. Rotation is accomplished via a self-locking and non-back-driving gear drive system. The design intent of the Cantilevered Integration and Rotation Fixture is to position, orient and integrate smaller / lighter payloads and mechanisms into / onto spaceflight hardware structures.

Product Features

  • Safety Factor: 3
  • Rated Load Capacity:
    • 600 lbs with CG located at 24” from the interface plate and 3” from rotation centerline.
  • Operating Temperature: +32 to +104 °F (0 to +40 °C)
    • Contact factory for special applications with extended operating temperature.
  • Materials: Steel and aluminum construction.

 

Standard Configuration

  • Finishes: Flotron blue powder coated frame; Gearbox painted Flotron blue; Zinc plated or black oxide fasteners, misc. hardware, and components; Standard lubricants.
  • Gearbox: 630:1 ratio with 6′′ diameter crank.
  • Casters: Heavy duty Ø3-1/8′′ x 1-1/8′′ wide polyurethane wheel casters in the rear and Ø3” x 2” wide polyurethane wheel fixed (non-locking) casters in the front.
  • Lift Range: 20” - 57” from floor to rotation centerline.
  • Payload Interface: Ø24” Circular Interface Plate with 20X through holes for 1⁄2” fasteners on a Ø22” bolt circle.
  • Electric Screw Jack: 36.45 in/min lift speed.

As Flotron is constantly improving products and methods of manufacturing, we reserve the right to modify and/or change design or specifications without notice. Please contact Flotron for verification of critical dimensions and specifications.

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