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    4000 lbs Hydraulic Winch

    Economical price 4000 lbs (2 ton) hydraulic winch comes with 12mm diameter rope, planetary reduction ratio 1:5, rope speed 0~40 m/min. Industrial hydraulic winch is a tool for lifting or pulling tractor, skid steer, rollback, truck and excavator using hydraulic power.
    SKU: ATO-HWINCH-4000
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    Hydraulic winch is a device that uses hydraulic power to reel in or let out a cable or rope. It is commonly used in heavy-duty applications such as towing, construction, and off-road vehicles. The hydraulic system provides the necessary force and control for efficient pulling and lifting operations.


    Model ATO-HW30-20
    The 1st Layer Pull 4000 lbs (2 ton)
    Rope Speed 0~40 m/min
    Working Pressure Differential 15 Mpa
    Oil Flow Supply 75 L/min
    Rope Diameter 12mm
    Hydraulic Motor BMR-245
    Planetary Reduction Ratio 1:5
    Layer Wire Rope Capacity
    1 18m
    2 38m
    3 59m
    4 80m
    5 110m

    Note*: Never exceed working load limit.

    Dimensions (Unit: mm)

    4000 lbs (2 ton) Hydraulic Winch Dimensions

    Tips: Difference between crane and winch

    A crane and a winch are both mechanical devices used for lifting and moving heavy loads, but they have different designs and purposes. Here are the main differences between a crane and a winch:

    • Design and Construction
      A crane is a complex machine that consists of a hoist, a boom (or jib), and a base or mounting system. It typically has a rotating structure that allows it to move loads horizontally and vertically. Cranes are commonly used in construction sites, manufacturing facilities, and ports.
      A winch is a simpler device consisting of a drum or spool around which a rope or cable is wound. It is usually mounted on a fixed structure or a vehicle. Winches are commonly used in towing applications, off-road vehicles, boats, and other situations where pulling or lifting is required.
    • Mobility and Range of Motion
      Cranes are designed to have a wide range of motion and mobility. They can rotate 360 degrees, and some cranes have telescopic or articulated booms that can extend or reach great heights. This allows cranes to lift and move loads over a large area.
      Winches are typically fixed in one position and have limited mobility. They are mainly used for straight-line pulling or lifting in a specific direction. The range of motion of a winch is determined by the length of the cable or rope wound around the drum.
    • Load Capacity
      Cranes are designed to lift and move heavy loads, ranging from a few hundred kilograms to several tons or more. They are equipped with various mechanisms, such as hydraulic systems and counterweights, to handle these heavy loads safely.
      Winches are generally used for lighter loads compared to cranes. While winches can handle significant weights, their load capacity is typically lower than that of cranes. They are commonly used for pulling or lifting loads up to a few thousand kilograms.
    • Applications
      Cranes are versatile machines used in a wide range of industries and applications. They are commonly used in construction for lifting materials and equipment, in shipping ports for loading and unloading cargo, in manufacturing plants for moving heavy machinery, and in the oil and gas industry for various tasks, among other applications.
      Winches are primarily used for pulling or lifting applications. They are commonly employed in towing vehicles, recovery operations, off-road vehicles, and marine applications for anchoring, mooring, or pulling boats.
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