Winch (Hoist)

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A winch, also known as a hoist, is a mechanical device used to lift and lower heavy loads. It consists of a spool or drum, which is powered by a motor or manual effort, and a rope or cable that is wound around the drum. The load is attached to the rope or cable and can be lifted or lowered by turning the spool.

Winches are commonly used in a variety of applications, including construction, mining, forestry, and maritime operations. They are used to lift and move heavy equipment, materials, and structures, and are often mounted on vehicles or cranes for increased mobility.

There are several types of winches, including:

1. Electric winches – These winches are powered by electricity and are commonly used in automotive and marine applications.

2. Hydraulic winches – These winches are powered by hydraulic fluid and are commonly used in heavy-duty industrial applications.

3. Manual winches – These winches are operated by hand and are commonly used in smaller-scale applications, such as recreational activities or small-scale construction projects.

Winches can be customized to meet specific needs, and can be equipped with a variety of features such as automatic brakes, load limiters, and remote controls. They are essential tools in many industries and play a critical role in lifting and moving heavy loads safely and efficiently.

Winchhoist [Technical specifications]

Model

Rated pull force

(KN)

Rope Capacity (m)

Rope diameter

(mm)

Rated Rope speed

(m/min)

Motor Power

(Kw)

Weight

(Kg)

WMH-1T(diesel winch)

10

120

9.3

20~25

0.75*2

260

WMH-3T(diesel winch)

30

180

12.5

20~25

0.55

850

JK-1T

10

120

9.3

22

4-4

230

JK-2T

20

140

12.5

22

11-4

450

JK-3T

30

170

16

22

15-4

820

JK-5T

50

200

20

16

11-6

980

JK-8T

80

300

26

9

15-6

1650

JM-10T

100

300

30

9

22-6

2200