Detailed Product Description
Weighing in at a whopping 217kg, the ATX® Cable Pull Tower is a tank. It’s been designed specifically for the commercial market in Europe, and obtaining commercial certification in Europe is no joke. It is complete overkill for home use – unless you have got loads of space and cash.
Pulleys – Dual bearing aluminium pulleys; shiny looks and smooth movement.
Guiderails – The guiderails are made from solid steel and finished with a hard chrome coating.
Nylon Bushings – The weight stack features durable nylon bushings, allowing it to glide freely along the guiderails.
Cable – The special stretch free cable features a flexible core, which provides smoother movement and extends the longevity of the cable and pulleys.
Hardware – This machine is held together using industrial grade & high tensile strength M12/M20 hardware.
Dead Weight – The ATX® Cable Pull Tower involves around 220kg of steel in its construction.
The Stack – 90kg weight stack can be adjusted in 5 kgs increments.
The Ratio – 2:1 ratio. The mechanical advantage allows for finer adjustments for accessory exercises, and gives you more range of motion than a 1:1 weight stack.
Adjustment positions – 37 different height positions, each spaced 5cm apart. Suitable for all shapes and sizes!
Pulley Housing – Rotates 170 degrees allowing you to perform various oblique twist/pull exercises without destroying the cable.
Height – Minimum height – 25 cm, maximum height – 205 cm (measurements were from the floor to the cable eyelet).
Maximum cable stretch – 260 cm
Ease of use
Adjustment Pin – The knurled grip pull pin lets you adjust the height of the pulleys.
Engraved Laser Scaling – The height markers are an extremely useful feature. ATX® laser engraved them so they’ll stay just as clear for years to come.
Retaining Brackets – Both retaining brackets can be mounted at a custom height.
What’s Included? ATX® Cable Pull Tower 90kg (ATX-CPT-800-S90)
Please note the pictures may feature optional attachments or items which are not included with the unit, this is to show the possible configurations/use of the unit.