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WINCH SUPPORT FOR VERTICAL PULLING FOR PCH2000 PCA-2264

Anchor
Applications : Industrial, Other
499.00 $

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This winch support is specifically designed for vertical pulling with the PCH2000.
Equipped with an adjustable shelf, it offers a solid and stable support allowing to properly sit the winch.


 

More details
Weight
11.5 kg 25.3 lb
Material
Steel with high-resistance paint

Description

This winch support is specifically designed for vertical pulling with the PCH2000.

Equipped with an adjustable shelf, it offers a solid and stable support allowing to properly sit the winch.

It also features a removable V-shaped pulley mounted on ball bearings, providing optimal rotation. This pulley redirects the rope vertically with an angle in order to reach sections of towers or pylons away from the center. To install the rope, simply remove the "T" handle and the pulley, thread the rope and put the handle and pulley back in position.

Note that this support can also be used for horizontal pulling; in this case, the pulley will not be used.

In all cases, it can not be used alone; it must be combined with other accessories in order to be used. Refer to the chart of anchorages for winches (pdf) at the bottom of this page to visualize the combinations of accessories that can be done with the PCA-2264.

Thus, the PCA-2264 will be combined with the following accessories to perform horizontal pulling. In these cases, the winch will face the load and the rope will be in a direct line towards the winch.

    Fig. 5  
  PCA-1263 + PCA-1332 + PCA-2264
    Fig. 11   
  PCA-1267 / PCA-1501 + PCA-1332 +  PCA-2264   
    Fig. 16      PCA-1266 + PCA-1332 +  PCA-2264
    Fig. 21      PCA-1806 + PCA-1332 +  PCA-2264  



If combined with the following accessories, it will be used for vertical pulling. In these cases, the winch will face the anchor point and the rope will come from the top to the winch.

    Fig. 7   
  PCA-1263 + PCA-2264
    Fig. 13   
  PCA-1267 / PCA-1501 +  PCA-2264   
    Fig. 18  
  PCA-1266 PCA-2264
    Fig. 23      PCA-1806 PCA-2264  

FOR WINCH PCH2000 ONLY

 

Specifications

Specifications
Material : Steel with high-resistance paint
Weight & Dimensions
Weight (metric) : 11.5 kg
Weight (imperial) : 25.3 lb
Length (metric) : 59 cm
Length (imperial) : 23-1/4"
Width (metric) : 41 cm
Width (imperial) : 16-1/8"
Height (metric) : 17 cm
Height (imperial) : 6-11/16"
Warranty
Other : 1 year
Additional information
Additional Information : Equipped with a solid swivel pulley.
Additional Information : Rope diameter when used for PULLING = 6 mm to 16 mm (1/4'' to 5/8''). Rope diameter when used for LIFTING = 12 mm to 13 mm (1/2''). NOTE: COMPATIBLE WITH THE WINCH PCH2000 ONLY.

Testimonials

Previous testimonial

« I liked the fact that the winch is built in Canada. »

Martin Timmons, Upper Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada

« Flexibility for multiple uses. »

Ken Rubesh, Portland, Oregon, USA

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

Shawn Cles, Maple Valley, Washington, USA

« I have tried to use this winch, this is a good product, it makes me convenient on my work. »

Hau Edmond, Hong Kong

« 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

« I purchased this because of a hunting experience and its portability. »

Jacques Monfette, Peace River, Alberta, 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 wood lot with no access for traditional equipment. »

Paul Begin, Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Canada

« Speed of 26’ per minute (8 m/min) was a key consideration, and not having to "reverse" feed the wire back out. »

Kenneth Hixson, Novi, Michigan, USA

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