FSDP2E060007C01

Quick Prince DP2E Windlasses

Quick Prince DP2E Windlasses

Description

The Quick Prince DP2E Windlasses are equipped with an epycyclical gearbox that provides high efficiency.

Features

  • Stainless steel Aisi 316 base
  • Includes pressure lever, up/down switch and circuit breaker
  • Excellent working load and chain speed
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$1800.00
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The DP2E windlass is equipped with an epicyclical gearbox, that provides much higher efficiency (40% compared to equivalent traditional gearboxes).

Features

  • Maximum Pull - 1366.9lb
  • Maximum Working load - 440.9lb
  • Working load - 143.3lb
  • Maximum Chain Speed (2) - 75.1 ft/min
  • Maximum Chain Speed @ working load (2) - 61 ft/min
  • Vertical windlasses
  • Stainless steel Aisi 316 base
  • Rope and chain on a single gypsy
  • Manual Free-Fall system
  • Supplied with pressure lever, up/down switch, circuit breaker
  • Inspection cover
  • Motor watertight to IP67
  • Anodized aluminium gearbox
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