ANCHORMAX

Maxwell ANCHORMAX Windlass

Maxwell ANCHORMAX Windlass

Description

The Maxwell ANCHORMAX Windlass fits to the boat simply with no dismantling of the winch.

Features

  • Has An Extremely High Power To Weight Ratio
  • Compact, Fully Sealed Gearbox Is Driven By A Vertically Mounted, Permanent Magnet Motor
  • Intrusion Below Decks Is Minimized Making The Design Ideal For Boats From 5m to 10m
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Features:

  • Gear housings are marine-grade alloy and the drum is stainless steel
  • Supplied as a single direction (clockwise) unit, complete with deck switch, fastenings, template and fitting instructions
  • Not recommended for use to haul halyards
  • Not recommended for use to haul chain




Note: Each winch is supplied as a single direction (clockwise) fully tested unit complete with fitting instructions, deck switch, templates and fastenings.

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

  • Footswitch

 

 

Notable Specifications:
SPECIFICATIONS  
Maximum Line Pull 386kg (850lb)
Speed @ nominal working load 24m/min (76ft per min) (80 amps with 100kg/220lb load)
Voltage 12v
Power 600w
Weight 8kg(17.6lb)
Maximum Boat Load 10m (33ft)
Max. Boat Weight 4 Tons
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