Prowinch Compact WinchAll of our compact winches are created with the goal of offering the best price–performance ratio. Key components such as lifespan factors are constantly tested and improved in order to offer the best product for the price.
Key ComponentsAll internal components have been upgraded to meet the highest quality standards. Key electronic components are produced by American or German brands, and we use American-made lubricants to ensure the lifespan of gears and reducers. Final assembly and all tests are performed locally at Prowinch facility before shipping to ensure that every unit meets the corresponding standard.
Duty ClassificationDuty Classification is a key factor when choosing the right unit. This H4 heavy duty industrial winch is suitable for high-volume handling in mining, construction, forestry, manufacturing plants and mills, and foundries. For uniformly distributed work periods, the winches have 50% max. operational time per hour and can handle up to 300 starts per hour. When being used for infrequent work periods, the winch can be operated for 30 minutes from a cold start with up to 300 starts per hour. Operational time ratings are calculated at a 65% load factor, as per ASME Standard.
Control SystemFor this winch we offer different control options: single speed IP66 control with up , down, and emergency stop, a variable speed control with a dynamic brake and an SEW Eurodrive German Driver or Lenze USA Driver, wireless remote controls, or a PWZR series full desktop control with Touch Screen controls and indicators, overload protection, and alarms to give the operator all the necessary information for a safe operation of the winch and much more. The winch contains the best electric components available on the market and is made, assembled and tested by Prowinch locally in the US, Chile, or Colombia.
Braking System Prowinch compact winches includes two brakes, one reducer brake and one motor brake. For additional safety we also offer an optional drum brake and dynamic brake. All brake systems are tested at 125% of the rated winch capacity and are designed to automatically engage immediately upon any loss of power.