(0) Shopping cart
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Shopping Categories

    12000 lbs Hydraulic Winch

    Factory price 12000 lbs (6 ton) hydraulic winch comes with 18mm diameter rope, planetary reduction ratio 1:22, rope speed 0~30 m/min, for lifting or pulling heavy loads using hydraulic power. This hydraulic winch is widely used for tractor, skid steer, rollback, truck and excavator.
    SKU: ATO-HWINCH-12000
    30-day Returns
    Free Shipping
    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Hydraulic winch is a mechanical device that uses hydraulic power to operate and is commonly used for heavy-duty lifting and pulling tasks. It consists of a hydraulic motor, a drum or spool, and a control valve system.


    Model ATO-HW80-60
    The 1st Layer Pull 12000 lbs (6 ton)
    Rope Speed 0~30 m/min
    Working Pressure Differential 16 Mpa
    Oil Flow Supply 120 L/min
    Rope Diameter 18mm
    Hydraulic Motor BMR-250
    Planetary Reduction Ratio 1:22
    Layer Wire Rope Capacity
    1 22m
    2 46m
    3 72m
    4 100m
    5 130m

    Note*: Never exceed working load limit.

    Dimensions (Unit: mm)

    12000 lbs (6 ton) Hydraulic Winch Dimensions

    Tips: Hydraulic winch troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting a hydraulic winch involves identifying and addressing common issues that may arise during its operation. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot a hydraulic winch:

    • Check the Power Supply: Ensure that the hydraulic system is receiving adequate power. Check the battery or power source to make sure it's fully charged or operational. Check all electrical connections for loose or corroded wires and connectors.
    • Inspect Hydraulic Fluid Levels: Verify that the winch's hydraulic fluid reservoir has sufficient fluid. Low fluid levels can cause the winch to operate sluggishly or fail altogether. If the fluid level is low, add the appropriate hydraulic fluid according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
    • Check for Leaks: Inspect the winch and hydraulic system for any signs of leaks. Leaks can result in loss of hydraulic pressure, which can cause the winch to malfunction. Look for puddles of hydraulic fluid or any visible signs of leakage around fittings, hoses, or the winch itself. If leaks are found, tighten fittings or replace damaged components as necessary.
    • Test the Control Valve: The winch's control valve regulates the flow of hydraulic fluid. If the winch is not responding or operating erratically, the control valve could be the culprit. Check the valve for any blockages, debris, or damage. Clean or replace the valve if necessary.
    • Inspect the Hydraulic Hoses: Examine the hydraulic hoses for any signs of damage, such as cracks, bulges, or leaks. Damaged hoses can lead to a loss of hydraulic pressure, affecting the winch's performance. Replace any damaged hoses with new ones.
    • Check the Solenoid: If the winch is not engaging or responding to commands, the solenoid may be faulty. Inspect the solenoid for loose connections or damaged wiring. Test the solenoid using a multimeter to ensure it is functioning correctly. If it's defective, replace the solenoid.
    • Examine the Winch Motor: If the winch is not turning or operating at a reduced speed, the motor might be the issue. Check the motor for loose connections, damaged wiring, or signs of wear. Test the motor using a multimeter to determine if it is receiving the proper voltage and functioning properly. If the motor is faulty, it may need to be repaired or replaced.
    • Consult the Winch's Manual or Manufacturer: If the troubleshooting steps above do not resolve the issue, refer to the winch's manual or contact the manufacturer for specific troubleshooting instructions or to seek further assistance.

    Remember to prioritize safety when troubleshooting hydraulic winches. Ensure that the winch is turned off and the hydraulic system is depressurized before attempting any inspections or repairs.

    Write your review for 12000 lbs Hydraulic Winch
    • Only registered users can write reviews
    • Bad
    • Excellent