Equipped to undertake anything

Our winches are compact and lightweight. They can be carried everywhere in any conditions.
Up to 2,200 lb in single line. Combine with our pulleys, the force can be doubled, tripled, quadrupled and even quintupled!
Powered by high quality engines,
they will always be ready to work.
How Portable Capstan Winches Stand out Among the others
  • Portable: not affixed to a vehicle, granting significant operational freedom when winching;
  • Unlimited Rope Length: thanks to the capstan principle, the rope enters and exits, thus allowing to pull over unlimited distances;
  • Autonomous: they feature their own power source, making them even more versatile;
  • Constant Pulling Power and Speed:
    As the capstan drum does not accumulate rope, it keeps constant power and speed, unlike conventional winches.


« Flexibility for multiple uses. »

Ken Rubesh, Portland, Oregon, USA

« We had a great day getting a moose out. Thanks to your great product! »

Martin Bourque, North Eastern, Canada

« I own a PCW5000 and wanted a lighter model for hunting. That is why I also bought the PCW3000! Very happy with your products. »

Kevin Cassidy, Durham, Maine, USA

« As a union electrician in the San Francisco bay area, I feel I am an expert on using winches. Yours is the best I've run. Your company has met and far exceed my expectations! I'm proud to have a tool flying the great maple leaf of the north! »

Josh Walters, California, USA

« Great product: pulled an elk one third of a mile with ease. »

Shawn Cles, Maple Valley, Washington, USA

« I like the fact that they are built in Canada. »

Martin Timmons, Upper Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada

« I needed a remote winch. Thanks. »

Edward Kilmartin, Twain Harte, California, USA

« Love my winch. Use it to pull poly docks out of the water. Just great! »

Tim Ruggerio , Hadley, New York, USA

« We have used the winch for a few weeks now and are very impressed with how it is able to pull out the wood for us. It is a great solution for a woodlot with no access for traditional equipment. »

Kenneth Hixson, Novi, Michigan, USA