Dana and Link-Belt deepen relationship

01 May 2019


Brevini winch drives, supplied by Dana, will be used on Link-Belt’s 100 RT (pictured), 200 RT, TCC-2500 telescopic crawler and its 175 AT all-terrain crane

USA-crane manufacturer Link-Belt Cranes and transportation systems specialist Dana have deepened their relationship with a deal that will see Dana supply winches from gearbox specialist Brevini for several of Link-Belt’s crane models.

The Brevini winches will be used on Link-Belt’s 100 RT and 200 RT rough-terrain cranes, as well as its TCC-2500 telescopic crawler crane and its 175 AT all-terrain crane.

According to Dana, the Brevini winch drives have a compact and modular design that enables vehicle manufacturers to specify gear ratios and select the optimal transmission size, while meeting application needs for line speed, line pull, and braking capability.

Aziz Aghili, president of Dana Off-Highway Drive and Motion Technologies, said, “Dana’s line of technologically advanced heavy-duty winches offers a superior blend of performance, size, and safety to help Link-Belt expand the capabilities and global market reach of its mobile cranes.”


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