Hydraulic Planetary Winch
THAC Hydraulic Planetary Winch, hydraulic PTO (power takeoff) driven, planetary geared unit designed for pulling application. The winch is driven by a drive shaft that is driven by a PTO adapter that bolts to the transfer case of a vehicle The output from an externally mounted by a hydraulic orbital motor is transmitted through to the gear trains.
Dual counterbalance valves mounted to the winch motor and a multi disc, spring applied, hydraulically released brake lived in an oil bath provide fail-safe load pulling and prevent momentary downward load drifting. Both braking components are designed to operate in either direction, which allows flexibility in the rope winding direction
Rugged cast iron gear box and aluminum die cast frame for lightweight and compact construction. Enclosed drum flanges prevent rope from becoming trapped. Dependable orbital hydraulic motor offer high torque and high efficiency at low speed. Inside the winch is the 2 stage high efficiency planetary gear trains developing for maximum mechanical efficiency
Meet Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, harmonized EN 14492-1 Power Driven Winches or SEA J706_2003.08 Rating of Winches for Intermittent Duty Winches
Minimum 10:1 drum diameter to wire rope diameter
Minimum 2:1 rope breaking strength factor for EN ratings
Remaining 1.5 layers for EN or 13 mm for ASME from the outer periphery of flange on the drum prevents rope from coming off the drum during use
Rated line pull is based on the first layer of wire rope around the drum
An industrial winch is a robust and reliable device to be used in a variety of industrial applications for example fire engine, towing and recovery,heavy hauling etc.
▪ A minimum of five (5) wraps of wire rope around the drum is necessary to support the rated load.
▪ The winch is not to be used to lift, support or otherwise transport personnel
▪ Technical features may change without previous notice from the manufacturer
▪ Each new winch is guaranteed again defects in workmanship and material defects for a period of twelve (12) months from date of purchase