MAXWELL MARINE
HWC Series Horizontal Chain Windlass

$6,399.99

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Model # 2420735 | Mfg # HWC350012V/016 | UPC # 634186130932

The HWC series is designed for automatic horizontal handling of chain only anchor rods while offering an independent capstan for the retrieval of a secondary rope and chain rode or to assist with docking procedures.

  • Fully automatic single or dual direction chain wheel operation, for use with chain only rods
  • Functional rope hauling from fore and aft using independent MAX-grip™ snag-free warping drum with clutch disengagement of chain wheel for positive control of all ropes
  • Optional dual anchor handling with smooth independent control of each chain wheel via cone clutches
  • Chain pipe assembly supplied
  • Cone-type clutch/brake mechanism permits manual ‘free fall' anchoring. Cone clutches, unlike Dog clutches, provide smooth progressive engagement ensuring safe and precise operator control
  • Chain wheel locking pawl to assist when using warping drum independently
  • Simple deck mounted installation with no under deck parts
  • Simplified maintenance with ability to strip the running gear (chain wheel and drum) from the windlass without disturbing the windlass mounting
  • Heavy duty, dual direction motor, designed for marine winches
  • Chain wheel and warping drum of high quality chrome finish over marine-grade bronze
  • Marine-grade alloy casing pretreated, powder coated and finished with a two component white polyurethane paint
  • 4840lb. static hold
  • 3500lb. Pull
  • 3/8" - 1/2" Chain
  • 12VDC power supply
  • 1200 Watts motor power

Specs

HWC Series Horizontal Chain Windlass

Name Value
Diameter 3/8" to 1/2" Chain
Material Marine-Grade Alloy
Powder Coated
Maximum Pull 3500 Pounds
Style Horizontal
Type Chain Rode
Warranty Details Three Years

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