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Maxwell VWC2500 Vertical Windlass & Chain Pipe 12V - 5/16" High-Test or BBB Chain Only

Maxwell VWC2500 Vertical Windlass & Chain Pipe 12V - 5/16" High-Test or BBB Chain Only
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VWC2500 Vertical Windlass & Chain Pipe 12V - 5/16" High-Test or BBB Chain Only

The VWC Series is designed for automatic vertical handling of chain-only anchor rodes while offering an independent capstan for the retrieval of a secondary rope and chain rode or to assist with docking procedures.

Features:
  • Fully automatic single or dual direction chainwheel operation
  • High-quality finish on above deck components, manufactured from marine grade stainless steel (AISI 316), for long term durability
  • Integral chain pipe and stripper are aligned for virtually jam-tree operation providing automatic feed of chain into and out of the anchor locker
  • Port and starboard chain pipes for twin installations (Sizes 2500 and above only.)
  • Cone-type brake/clutch mechanism permits manual 'free fall' anchoring; Cone clutches, unlike dog clutches, provide smooth progressive engagement ensuring safe and precise operator control
  • Chainwheel locking pawl
  • Clutch disengagement of the chainwheel enables independent rope hauling from any direction, using the Max-grip™ snag-tree warping drum for positive control of all ropes
  • Simple through deck installation by modular design and precise alignment of gearbox to the topworks utilising marine-grade stainless steel bolts
  • Anodized aluminium gearbox and spacer tube on all models
  • Heavy duty, dual direction motor, designed for marine winches
  • Low Profile configurations (no warping drum) are available


Specifications:
  • Maximum Pull/Lift: 2,500lbs / 1135kg
  • Static Hold: 4,840lbs / 2200kg
  • Chain Short Link: 5/16" / 8mm
  • Line Speed(Normal Working): 50'/min / 15M/min
  • Power Supply: 12V
  • Motor(Watts): 1200W
  • Net Weight - DC: 84lbs / 38kg
  • Hydraulic Pressure: 2,000PSI / 138 bar
  • Hydraulic Flow: 9.5gal/min / 36L/min
  • Net Weight - Hyd:70lbs / 32kg

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