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Hand Winches-Boat Winches-Manual-Winches

Material:Body / Steel A3; Hook / Steel 45
Safety Factor:3:1
Length:As requested
Color:Silver,Black
Standard: CE,WSTDA,AMSE
Characteristic:Stable quality,extremely wearable
Package:Carton box+ Pallets,wood boxes
 

 

HAND WINCHES
 

Wristrong supplies the manual hand winch with specification as bellow:

The cost -effective solution for a wide variety of applications.Can be used to pull and lift loads.
Positive action brake can hold the load in any position.
Compact, light weight and rugged construction.
Mechanical components enclosed for protection.
Baked enamel finish for corrosion protection.
with 10m steel wire or with 7m/8m webbing
Ideal to equip on the boat and yatcht.

 
   
ITEM NO.
W.L.L
lbs
B/S
lbs
Calbe
Gear
Ratio
Way/Speed
Q'ty
pcs/ctn
G.W
kgs
N.W
kgs
Volume
cuft
BQC-600
600
900
4.2X33ft
3.2:1
1way/1speed
12
32.5
30
1.5
BQC-800
800
1200
4.5X33ft
3.2:1
1way/1speed
12
32.5
30
1.5
BQC-1000
1000
1500
4.5X33ft
4.1:1
2way/1speed
8
33
30
1.4
BQC-1200
1200
1800
4.8X33ft
4.1:1
2way/1speed
8
33
30
1.4
BQC-1400
1400
2100
4.8X33ft
4:1
2way/1speed
6
29
27
1.3
BQC-1600
1600
2400
5.0X33ft
4:1
2way/1speed
6
29
27
1.3
BQC-1800
1800
2700
5.0X33ft
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
24.5
22.5
1.25
BQC-2000
2000
3000
5.0X33ft
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
24.5
22.5
1.25
BQC-2500
2500
3750
5.6X33ft
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
25
23
1.25
 
 
 

   
ITEM NO.
W.L.L
lbs
B/S
lbs
Calbe
Gear
Ratio
Way/Speed
Q'ty
pcs/ctn
G.W
kgs
N.W
kgs
Volume
cuft
BQW-600
600
900
2"X23ft
3.2:1
1way/1speed
12
27.5
25
1.5
BQW-800
800
1200
2"X23ft
3.2:1
1way/1speed
12
27.5
25
1.5
BQW-1000
1000
1500
2"X23ft
4.1:1
2way/1speed
8
27.5
24.5
1.4
BQW-1200
1200
1800
2"X23ft
4.1:1
2way/1speed
8
27.5
24.5
1.4
BQW-1400
1400
2100
2"X23ft
4:1
2way/1speed
6
26
24
1.3
BQW-1600
1600
2400
2"X23ft
4:1
2way/1speed
6
26
24
1.3
BQW-1800
1800
2700
2"X33ft
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
22
20
1.25
BQW-2000
2000
3000
2"X33ft
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
22
20
1.25
BQW-2500
2500
3750
2"X33ft
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
22.5
20.5
1.25
   
   
 
ITEM NO.
W.L.L
lbs
B/S
lbs
Gear
Ratio
Way/Speed
Q'ty
pcs/ctn
G.W
kgs
N.W
kgs
Volume
cuft
BQS-600
600
900
3.2:1
1way/1speed
12
22.5
20
1.5
BQS-800
800
1200
3.2:1
1way/1speed
12
22.5
20
1.5
BQS-1000
1000
1500
4.1:1
2way/1speed
8
23
21
1.4
BQS-1200
1200
1800
4.1:1
2way/1speed
8
23
21
1.4
BQS-1400
1400
2100
4:1
2way/1speed
6
23.5
21.5
1.3
BQS-1600
1600
2400
4:1
2way/1speed
6
23.5
21.5
1.3
BQS-1800
1800
2700
4:1/8:1
2way/2speed
4
19
17
1.25
BQS-2000
2000
3000
4:1/8:11
2way/2speed
4
19
17
1.25
BQS-2500
2500
3750
2way/2speed
4
19.5
17.5
1.25

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Applications:
 
Anchor winch of the polar research vessel Polarstern.
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Winches are frequently used as elements of backstage mechanics to move scenery in large theatrical productions. They are often embedded in the stage floor and used to move large set pieces on and off.
 
Winches have recently been fabricated specifically for water and snow sports (e.g. wakeboarding, wakeskating, snowboarding, etc.). This new generation of winches is designed to pull riders swiftly across a body of water or snow, simulating a riding experience that is normally supplied by a boat, wave runner, or snow mobile.
 
Types of winches
 
Lever Winch
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Wakeskate winch
Wakeskate winching is a growing hobby for many watersports enthusiasts. The winch consists of an engine, spool, rope, handle, frame, and some sort of simple transmission. The person being towed walks (or swims) away from the winch and pulls out all of the rope. When the winch is engaged, it pulls the boarder usually between 15 to 25 miles per hour (24 to 40 km/h). The winch may be mounted on the trailer hitch of a vehicle, set into the ground by stakes, or tied to a tree. These winches have been modified for use by skiers and snowboarders in cities.
 
Glider winch
Gliders are often launched using a winch mounted on a trailer or heavy vehicle. This method is widely used at European gliding clubs, as a cheaper alternative to aerotowing. The engine is usually a large Petrol, LPG or diesel, though hydraulic fluid engines and electrical motors are also used. The winch pulls in a 1,000 to 1,600-metre (3,000 to 5,500 ft) cable, made of high-tensile steel wire or a synthetic fibre, attached to the glider. The cable is released at a height of about 400 to 700 metres (1,300 to 2,200 ft) after a short, steep climb.
 
Air Winch
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