Offshore Towing Winch
The offshore towing winch is typically mounted on a vessel or platform and is used to control the movement of heavy loads, such as other vessels, barges, or equipment. It consists of a drum, which is a cylindrical spool around which the towing line is wound, and a power source, usually an electric or hydraulic motor, that provides the necessary force to operate the winch. The winch is operated by a control system that allows the operator to control the speed and direction of the towing line. It can be operated manually or remotely, depending on the specific requirements of the operation. The winch is also equipped with various safety features, such as brakes and overload protection, to ensure safe and efficient operation. The towing winch commonly equipped with the spooling device & emergency release etc.
Main techinical specification
|Rated Pull(kN)||Rated Speed(m/min)||Drum Capacity(m)||Motor Power(kW)|