Electric Anchor Windlass
The power source of the electric anchor windlass is the electric motor. Through the gearbox’s variable speed small gear transmission, the small gear drives the large gear to rotate the load shaft. There is a sprocket on the load shaft, and the engagement and disengagement of the large gear and the small gear are controlled by the clutch to control the rotation of the sprocket.
The electric anchor windlass can be equipped with the warping drum, which can be used for anchoring and mooring when the clutch is disengaged during anchoring operations. When the clutch is engaged. When the clutch is closed, the warping drum and sprocket rotate simultaneously, which can be used for anchor lifting or deep water anchoring. A belt brake is installed on the sprocket to brake it and control the speed of chain release. Due to the significant variation in pull during the operation of the anchor windlass, the load also varies greatly. Electric anchor machines usually use singular, two-speed, or three speed AC asynchronous motors.
Symmetrical Electric Windlass (Drawing & Main Technical Data)
Single Electric Windlass (Drawing & Main Technical Data)
Symmetrical El-combined Windlass Mooring Winch (Drawing & Main Technical Data)
Single El-combined Windlass Mooring Winch (Drawing & Main Technical Data)