Aicrane 5 ton and 30 ton electric winches were installed at a naval base in Nigeria to pull ships out of the water for maintenance. The ship weighs 250t, and the slope of the slipway is 7.2°. The boat pulling scheme we provided adopted one movable pulley and one fixed pulley, and we also provided fixed pulley arrangement plan, on-site installation plan and location size.
Parameters of The Nigeria 5 Ton And 30 Ton Electric Winches
|Model||AQ-JM 30 Ton|
|Rated speed||9 m/min|
|Other requirements||with galvanized steel wire rope, the diameter of the wire rope is 42mm; Epoxy paint is required, and the thickness of the paint film should reach 200um.|
|Model||AQ-JM 5 Ton|
|Rated speed||10 m/min|
|Operation method||Electric control box button + remote control|
|Other requirements||with galvanized steel wire rope, and the diameter of the wire rope is 16mm.|
FAQs About The 5 Ton & 30 Ton Electric Winches in Nigeria
How long is the lead time for the electric winches?
The lead time for two 30-ton electric winches and one 5-ton winch is 35 working days.
How to pack the winches?
The electrical parts and accessories are packed in standard export wooden boxes, and the winches are wrapped in rain cloth.
Do you provide wearing parts?
Yes, we provide the client with wearing parts such as friction plates, contactors, shackles, etc.
How long is your warranty period?
The warranty period of our winch products is one year. If there is a problem during the warranty period, we will provide free replacement parts.
How to install electric winches in Nigeria?
Generally, all our winches have been well assembled and debugged before leaving the factory, and customers only need to do the foundation according to the drawings we provide, and wire the winch to local power source. In this case, the Aicrane project consultants and engineers went to Nigeria to visit the client’s site and provided on-site guidance to the client.
Other Boat Pulling Solutions From Aicrane
For shipyards or ship owners, they can use our electric winches to pull the vessel out of the water for repairs or maintenance. In addition to the AQ-JM electric winch in this case, the AQ-JMM friction electric winch is also a popular choice for pulling boats. We offer our customers two options: use airbags or a rail cart to pull the boat.
Option 1: Pull the boat with airbags
You can pull ships ashore using airbags, which have numerous advantages and benefits:
- The flexibility of the airbag is like an elastic pad, which allows the hull to pitch freely during the pulling process, so that the structure of the hull is not damaged.
- The device is simple, the construction cost is low, the maintenance and management are convenient.
- It is suitable for different types of ships, and more often used in large ships.
Option 2: Pull the boat with rail cart
Rail cart is a more traditional way of helping to pull boats out of the water. It is more often found in small tonnage ships. In addition to electric winches, we also provide other accessories required for pulling the boat, including movable and fixed pulleys, guide pulleys, cables, etc.