Air Motor | Air Winches motor | Pneumatic winches power
An air winch is a compressed air-powered version of a winch. Air pressure is fed from an air compressor to the motor drive of the air winch using an air motor. The drive mechanism of the air winch will begin to power the cable drum and effectively raising or lowering the attached load
Air Winch is commonly used for the lifting and the suspension of materials. This permits the air to power the drive mechanism at a high speed while the final drive gear ratio, in turn, creates a powerful albeit, slow-moving lifting and lowers the cable speed.
The application of air winch is that the rope is usually stored on the winch. However, a similar machine that does not store the rope is typically known as a capstan. When trimming a line on a sailboat, the member turns the winch handle with one hand and the other is used to maintain the tension on the turns.
These are known as self-tailing air winches. In the oil and gas, construction, and maritime industries, air winches are frequently preferred to electric, diesel, and hydraulic winches because of their durability, versatility, and safety.
- Rotary vane air motor or radial piston air motor
- Steel drum (not grooved) with cable fixing point at the flange
- Two drum supports
- The working temperature of -10 to 45 degree Celsius
Air Winch Options:
- Alternative drum lengths
- Pressure Roller
- Drum guard
- Drum Divider Flange
- The proportional remote control valve
- Air service units
Capacity oh Winches: 5 kN, 10 kN, 20 kN, 50 kN, 100 kN
The air winches are available in several sizes ranging from small to large. The largest overhead trolley winch systems to the small workstation units are used by a single employee to move smaller components along an assembly line. It is however not as convenient as the electric winch that most people use in their smaller home shop applications.
The typical air winch is easily utilized by the larger manufacturing infrastructure. The air winch can cost no more use than a manual winch in many applications by taking advantage of the compressed air that is already in use throughout the plant.
Capacity: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 kN
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