209017---AG-45

haacon-Wall/Column Mounted-Manual Cable Drum Winch-Alu Winch WA50/WA 100

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)

£97.97£147.55 (Excl. VAT)

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Product Description

Product Overview – Wall Column Mounted Winches – Types Aluminium Winch WA50 / WA 100

  • Lifting capacity 45 kg (HA-AG45) or 100 kg (HA-AG100) for wall mounting
  • Hand operated winches designed for light duty application, for example – raising blinds, shutters, clothes lines, washing lines and chandeliers.
  • Designed for domestic applications
  • Aluminium die-cast construction, corrosion resistant parts and powder coated paint finish
  • Self locking brake
  • Quiet running with low crank effort, removable crank and low weight
  • Commonly used in washing line applications
  • Lifting capacities from 50kg to 3000kg
  • Worm-gear and Spur-gear brakes
  • All self sustaining (physically have to rotate crank handle to raise or lower the load, loads will not release unintentionally
  • Removable handle options
  • Powder coated, Zinc, Galv and Stainless Steel 304/316
  • Freewheel options
  • Removable handle options
Product code Lifting capacity 1st layer (kg) Rope diameter (mm) Rope capacity total (m) Ratio Lift per crank turn (mm) Required effort (kg) Weight (kg)
209017 45 2 12 1:1 96 8 1
209018 100 3 8 1:1 38 6 2.1

2 reviews for haacon-Wall/Column Mounted-Manual Cable Drum Winch-Alu Winch WA50/WA 100

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Good friendly and efficient service from Lifting products, would highly recommend

    • :

      Thank you Lisa, I`m glad you are happy with our service! Have a lovely weekend.

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Customer
joe
2 months 14 days ago

I have an HA-AG45 installed to raise and lower a chandelier, I can raise it and it ratchets into place, but I cant lower it, as it appears to be fixed. Is there something I need to do to allow this to happen.

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admin
2 months 13 days ago

Hi Joe, kindly send your contact details to sales@lifting-products.com or call our office and we will be able to provide technical assistance. There is an automatic load pressure brake on this winch. If installed correctly you should just raise by turning the handle clockwise, and to release just turn the handle anti clockwise. if there has been some shock loading for any reason the brake could be closed tight. Many thanks, James.