A safer way to connect
Patterson’s patented Strap Winch takes safety to a new level. Instead of wire rope, this winch uses lightweight webbed strapping to eliminate springcoil, wild strands, and burns. The end of wire rope means fewer injuries for your crew— which makes a world of difference when it comes to morale, productivity, and profitability.
If you think wire rope is the only way to go, think again. Tests have proven that Patterson’s web strapping can handle a heavier load than wire rope can. Ton for ton, the Strap Winch is stronger and more reliable. If you’re still using ratchets or wire-rope winches, you owe it to yourself—and your deckhands—to check out the Strap Winch.
Easy to use? You bet.
The floatable webbing is flexible even in icy weather, and it’s a cinch to use— just connect it to the barge wire thimble and crank up the slack. The Strap Winch features an open design with 360° swivel, and its shrouded gearing protects the webbing.
|Ultimate Capacity||80,000 lbs.|
|Typical Line Tension*||14,000 lbs.|
|Drum Capacity, 6″ web||14′|
|Overall Width||20 3/4″|
|Overall Height||23 3/4″|
|Overall Length||23 3/8″|
|Weight – Net||442 lbs.|
|Weight – Shipping||490 lbs.|