... the VX1L windlass, but in a capstan. The VX Capstan model is fitted with an in-line motor and epicyclical gearbox which combines with a small, compact and efficient motor. The VX Capstan ...
Working load: 1,200 kg
... clear of capstan. Do not use capstans for ANY purpose other than the control of mooring lines Neither the capstan nor its deck mounting is designed to withstand anchoring loads generated ...
Working load: 770 kg - 800 kg
... serious injury or death. ‣ Keep limbs, fingers, clothing and hair clear of capstan. ‣ Do not use capstans for ANY purpose other than the control of mooring lines ‣ Neither the capstan ...
Working load: 65 kg - 290 kg
Warping Winches AISI Stainless steel 316 base Vertical watertight motor for easy and fast drop-in installation Anodized aluminium gearbox The TM3 warping winches is equipped with an epicyclical gearbox, that provides much higher efficiency ...
Working load: 700, 300 kg
The stainless steel (AISI 316) fluted capstan VC Series is designed for simple, low cost anchor recovery on smaller boats and rope hauling on larger vessels. Features and benefits • Vertical design ...
Working load: 386 kg
... mounted, permanent magnet motor. Intrusion below decks is minimised making the design ideal for boats from 5 m (16ft) to 10 m (32ft). Fitting to the boat is simplicity itself as no dismantling of the ...
Working load: 900 kg - 9,090 kg
... Superyacht with a full range of stern handling capstans. Mooring a vessel in the confines of a marina can be a daunting task made simpler by using stern handling capstans. Maxwell's well proportioned ...
Designed to suit vessels up to 26m (84ft) the Muir range of capstans provide reliable and heavy duty operation for mooring, warping and anchoring for all recreational and commercial applications. Efficient and quick they ...
Working load: 4,000, 2,000, 4,500 kg
Steel capstan winch, with different drives and recommended for boats up to 38 m (Milos Plus). Possibility of 230V, 400V or hydraulic drive.
Working load: 4,600, 4,700, 5,000 kg
Stainless steel capstan winch, with different drives and recommended for boats up to 50 m (Milos Plus). Possibility of 24V, 230V, 400V or hydraulic drive.
Working load: 4,600, 4,700, 5,000, 5,200 kg
Stainless steel capstan winch, with different drives and recommended for boats up to 50m. Possibility of 24V, 230V, 400V or hydraulic drive.
Working load: 175 kg
... black anodized marine aluminium. The gears are made of special bronze and steel in order to withstand the high stress during the intensive use of such an operation. The top part is made by a simple construction of ...
Rondal has developed a modern take on the traditional spoke-driven capstan for tall ship projects. Built from stainless steel and hydraulically driven, the capstans nevertheless retain fully authentic ...
Description Capstan winch is designed for warping rope. Technical data: Models: VPV0,7-K1H; VPV1,0-K1H; VPV1,3-K1H - drum torque M = 0,7 to 1,3 kNm - drum speed revolution n = 31 rpm - pulling force (1. layer) F = 8 to ...
... or Aluminum Alloy(A, H, J series) with powder coated and efficiency heavy duty motor and gear box. These electric-operated capstans provides tremendous drag force and long-life performance. Ideal for pulling fishing net, ...
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A boat capstan is a vertical winch, electric or hydraulic, designed to tension a mooring line or hawser. Unlike a windlass, it generally has no chain gypsy. On NauticExpo these items are intended for use on recreational craft.
These devices are particularly useful on large boats whose displacement and line weight make mooring maneuvers difficult. They often are mounted near deck cleats and warping fairleads on yachts. It seems they are also used for landing particularly large game fish.
The capstan drum is turned by an electric or hydraulic motor. As with windlasses, capstans can be horizontal or vertical, though the latter, traditional configuration is the most common. The drive unit is usually mounted below deck, beneath the drum. Size and power vary with the needs of vessels of different dimensions.
- Facilitates mooring maneuvers
- More compact than a windlass
- Heavy electricity consumption
- Cannot be used with chain
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