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ENGINEERING SERVICES


GH200 Hydraulic Capstan


WS09 Hydraulic Power Pack


HW-1500 110v/240v Cable Puller


CLIENT TESTIMONIAL


The company’s winch systems are used by a variety of clients in the renewable sector, from construction through to active service, maintenance and even rescue training. One such company is HFR Solutions CIC who approached them with the task of lifting equipment up their tower in wind turbine rescue simulation courses.


THIS EQUIPMENT IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE LAYING OF POWER CABLES...


The Global Wind Organisation and Renewable UK Working at Height & Rescue workplace safety courses are delivered from their base in Hessle, Hull. A custom install was designed and fitted including 500kg mains 240v winch. Dale Barrett, Working at Height Lead Instructor, HFR Solutions CIC commented: “We deliver work at height training on a frequent basis for personnel working offshore on wind turbines and require a bespoke solution to manual handling issues around raising and lowering equipment.


“Recently, Winch Systems visited our purpose-built training facility, witnessed our working practices, to gain a thorough understanding of our requirements. Installation of the winch was carried out very promptly and we have been delighted with the level of aftercare service”


NATIONAL GRID


The company designed and developed the GH200 Hydraulic Capstan for the National Grid to enable loads be lifted in remote locations up power pylons, whilst not overstressing the structure. Versatile and portable this capstan winch is now used by major utility companies and contractors in the wind energy sector. Designed to lift equipment and tools up to 200kg it incorporates a hydraulic failsafe brake and rope jamming cleat to prevent accidental dropping. The winch unit is designed to be used with their universal mounting bracket with mechanical interlock. The GH200 may be used in any location when coupled to their WS09 Hydraulic Power Pack where there is no other power source. Depending on operational guidelines and constraints it is


possible to upgrade to the GH500 with a 500kg lifting capacity.


CABLE PULLING


Cable pulling has never been easier with the HW-1500 110v/240v Cable Puller. Features include dual pulling capacities of 1,500kg and 2,500 kg, two speeds according to drum size, overload protection, heavy duty industrial bearings with rugged high power motor. Suitable for continuous use the HW-1500 can tackle the toughest wall, ground and underground pulling applications. Winch Systems would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Dawn and the Green Port Hull team for their continued help and support in relation to offshore wind opportunities in the North Sea region.


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