All winch articles

  • 1_GRUPPO FESTA
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    Palazzani for 5G

    2020-06-23T09:32:00Z

    Tracked platform delivered to Festa Group in Southern Italy for 5G mast installation

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    PSS Hire invests in portable winches

    2016-02-15T16:02:00Z

    UK rental company expands fleet with mobile winch units

  • Linea Verde's new Palazzani Ragno XTJ 32/C with winch.
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    Palazzani sells winch option

    2015-11-25T15:51:00Z

    Italy-based Linea Verde has extended its fleet with a Palazzani Ragno XTJ 32/C Bi-energy tracked platform with the manufacturer's new winch option

  • The Liebherr SD.shift has a reversible frequency converter drive
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    Material options for ropes

    2014-10-27T11:19:00Z

    New materials and technologies, for example, synthetic fibres and automatic rope adjustment technology, are changing the way that ropes and winches are designed. Laura Hatton reports

  • Zollern's electric rope winch for depths up to 5,000 m
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    Zollern winches to great depths

    2012-06-19T10:29:00Z

    A new electrically driven rope winch from Zollern has been incorporated into a mobile gas drilling system in Russia for depths up to 5 km

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    Record pipelay contract for SAS Winches

    2011-04-12T09:41:00Z

    SAS Winches has won contracts with Heerema and Allseas to supply equipment for two offshore vessels to be constructed by Daewoo in South Korea

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    Opening and closure at Konecranes

    2010-06-14T15:14:00Z

    Konecranes will close its assembly plant in Windsor, Wisconsin, USA by the end of October 2010

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    DNV responds to Lebus concerns

    2009-08-25T16:38:00Z

    Certification and standards agency DNV has responded to criticism from Lebus International Engineers that its new guidance to limit the use of some deepwater cranes to 58% of their rated capacity will cause difficulties in the industry

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    New deep water lifting guidance criticised

    2009-08-19T15:10:00Z

    Lebus International Engineers has claimed that new guidance to limit the use of deepwater cranes to 58% of their rated capacity will throw the industry into turmoil