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Winch Australia

Aicrane winch in Australia comes in a variety of types and configurations to suit different lifting, pulling and towing needs. If you work in construction, manufacturing, mining, shipbuilding, energy, oil and gas, marine industries, etc. that involve moving or lifting heavy loads on a regular basis, investing in a winch is worth the time, effort and money. Learn about the most common different types of winches for sale in Australia.

Winch for Sale in Australia

Types of Winches for Sale in Australia

There are several common types of winches available to suit user needs: electric winches and hydraulic winches. The two types of winches are commonly used for lifting or pulling heavy loads, and each has its own pros and cons.

Electric Winches in Australia

Electric winches for sale in Australia use an electric motor to power the winch drum, which is used to wind and unwind a cable or rope. They come in a range of sizes and capacities, from small electric winches that can lift or pull a few tons to large industrial winches that can lift or pull dozens of tons and more. Electric winches are simple in structure, easy to operate and can be controlled remotely, making them a popular choice for many applications.

We supply a variety of electric winch in Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and other cities in Australia, including AQ-JM slow speed electric winch, AQ-JK fast speed electric winch, AQ-JMM friction electric winch and more. Check out the Aicrane electric winch specs below:

AQ-JM Electric Winch for Sale in Australia
AQ-JM Electric Winch in Australia
PARAMETERS OF AQ-JM
Load capacity0.5~200 t
Rope capacity20~3600m
Working speed5~20 m/min
Power supply220-690V, 50/60HZ, 3Phase

AQ-JK Electric Winch for Sale in Australia
AQ-JK Electric Winch for Sale in Australia
PARAMETERS OF AQ-JK
Load capacity0.5~60t
Rope capacity20~500m
Working speed20~35 m/min
Power supply220-690V, 50/60HZ, 3Phase

Electric Winch Machine in Australia
AQ-JMM Electric Winch Machine in Australia
PARAMETERS OF AQ-JMM
Load capacity0.5~100t
Rope capacity20~5000m
Working speed5~20m/min
Power supply220-690V, 50/60HZ, 3Phase

Hydraulic Winches in Australia

Hydraulic winches for sale in Australia use hydraulic power to operate a spool. They are commonly used in heavy-duty applications, such as in construction, mining, and marine industries. Hydraulic winches are often preferred over electric winches for their ability to handle heavier loads with greater efficiency.

Hydraulic winches are powered by a hydraulic system that consists of a hydraulic pump, a motor, and hydraulic fluid. When the hydraulic pump is activated, it pressurizes the hydraulic fluid, which then powers the motor to turn the winch drum. The hydraulic system can be controlled using hydraulic valves, which regulate the flow of fluid and enable the operator to control the speed and direction of the winch.

Hydraulic winches are capable of generating much higher amounts of torque than electric winches, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications where high lifting or pulling capacity is required. However, they are typically more complex and require more maintenance than electric winches, which can make them more expensive to operate in the long run. Check out our different styles of hydraulic winch in Australia below:

Hydraulic Winch in Australia
Industrial Hydraulic Winch in Australia
Hydraulic Anchor Windlass for Sale in Australia
Hydraulic Anchor Winch in Australia
Mooring Winch for Sale in Australia
Hydraulic Mooring Winch for Sale in Australia
Double Drum Hydraulic Winches For Sale
Double Drum Hydraulic Winch

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Common Applications of Winches in Australia

Winches are versatile tools that can be used for a variety of applications in different industries. Some common applications of winches in Australia are:

Construction

Winches are widely used in the construction industry for a variety of applications, including: lifting and lowering heavy materials such as steel beams, concrete blocks, and piping on construction sites; hoisting and positioning heavy equipment, such as generators, air conditioners, and compressors, into place on buildings or other structures; pulling down walls, roofs, and other structures during demolition projects.

In all of these applications, the construction winch is an essential piece of equipment that helps to improve the efficiency and safety of construction operations. It allows heavy loads to be lifted and positioned with precision, and it can be used in a wide range of construction settings, from building construction to road and bridge construction.

Shipyard

The slipway winch is primarily used for launching and retrieving ships from slipways or dry docks in shipyards. It is a crucial piece of equipment for shipyards, and its use is essential to ensure the smooth and safe handling of ships during the construction, repair, or maintenance phases.

The winch is typically mounted at the end of the slipway and has a long cable or wire rope attached to it. Equipped with a pulley block, a small tonnage slipway winch can achieve a large tonnage end pulling, thereby pulling large tonnage ships.

Mining

Winches are commonly used in the mining industry for various purposes, including: hoisting heavy equipment and materials in and out of mines, shafts, and tunnels; moving and positioning large components and machinery within the mine; pulling heavy loads of materials, such as ore, coal, or rock, from one location to another within the mine.

Marine

In marine applications, the winch is an essential piece of equipment that helps to improve the efficiency and safety of marine operations. The common applications of marine winches in Australia include: lowering and retrieving anchor chains and lines to anchor ships in place; helping ships dock and undock from piers or other vessels; towing other vessels, barges, or other objects through water; lifting and moving cargo onto and off of ships, such as containers, equipment, and supplies.

How Much Does A Winch Cost in Australia?

The winch prices in Australia can vary depending on the type, load capacity, drum capacity and configuration of the winch. Here are some approximate prices for different types of winches in Australia:

AQ-JM electric winch in Australia

Electric Winch Price in Australia
AQ-JM Electric Winch Price in Australia
ModelPrice
AQ-JM 5 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 2,700USD
AQ-JM 10 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 5,100USD
AQ-JM 20 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 13,500USD

AQ-JK electric winch in Australia

Electric Winch Machine Price in Australia
AQ-JK Electric Winch Machine Price in Australia
ModelPrice
AQ-JK 5 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 4,700USD
AQ-JK 10 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 10,800USD
AQ-JK 20 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 22,800USD

AQ-JMM electric winch in Australia

AQ-JMM Electric Winches
AQ-JMM Electric Winch Price in Australia
ModelPrice
AQ-JMM 10 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 28,500USD
AQ-JMM 20 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 42,800USD
AQ-JMM 30 Ton Winch PriceStarting at 57,100USD

Electric mooring winch in Australia

Mooring Winches And Prices
Electric Mooring Winch Price in Australia
ModelPrice
5T Electric Mooring Winch PriceStarting at 11,400USD
10T Electric Mooring Winch PriceStarting at 20,000USD
15T Electric Mooring Winch PriceStarting at 22,800USD

Hydraulic mooring winch in Australia

Hydraulic Mooring Winches And Prices
Hydraulic Mooring Winch Price in Australia
ModelPrice
10T Hydraulic Mooring Winch PriceStarting at 25,700USD
20T Hydraulic Mooring Winch PriceStarting at 32,800USD
30T Hydraulic Mooring Winch PriceStarting at 51,400USD

Towing winch prices in Australia

Prices of Towing Winches
Towing Winch Prices in Australia
ModelPrice
20 Ton Towing Winch Machine PriceStarting at 24,200USD
30 Ton Towing Winch Machine PriceStarting at 34,200USD
50 Ton Towing Winch Machine PriceStarting at 52,800USD

It is important to note that these winch prices in Australia are only approximate and may vary on a case-by-case basis. It is always best to contact a winch supplier in Australia to discuss your specific winch requirements and get accurate winch prices.

Winch Selection Guide – Electric or Hydraulic Winch?

When selecting a winch for your business in Australia, there are two main types to consider: electric and hydraulic winches. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, and choosing the right one for your specific needs will depend on several factors. Below we compare the advantages and disadvantages of electric winches and hydraulic winches, hoping to help you make the right choice.

Hydraulic Winches vs. Electric Winches

Characteristics Electric Winch Hydraulic Winch
Power Source An electric power winch is powered by an electric motor, and the drum is rotated by a driving device. A Hydraulic winch is powered by a hydraulic system. A hydraulic pump is required to operate the winch.
Size Larger footprint, but lower overall system mass and volume due to reduced need for piping, fittings, HPU, etc. Smaller size (without HPU) compared to equally powerful electric drive. However, the entire system can be of higher mass and volume.
Installation Relatively simple structure compared to a hydraulic winch, simplify and speed up the installation. Compared with electric winches, the structure of the hydraulic power winches is relatively complex, and the installation process is also more complicated and time-consuming.
Maintainability Requires less routine and preventative maintenance. With additional piping, fittings, HPU, etc., hydraulic winches usually require more maintenance care.
Cost Electric winches are relatively easy to install and have low maintenance costs and low power consumption, so they can save cost. Hydraulic driven winches are more complex and expensive to install and require ongoing maintenance, so hydraulic systems can become expensive in the long run.
Variable speed Equipped with frequency converter, the electric winch machine can realize stepless speed regulation and torque control. The hydraulic winch machine can achieve stepless variable speed.
Delivery time Relatively speaking, the lead time of the electric winches is shorter. Due to the relative complexity of the hydraulic system, the delivery time is longer than an electric winch.
Conclusion Electric winches are a great option for customers with tight budgets and tight delivery times. Hydraulic drive may be preferred if there is already a hydraulic station with sufficient or excess capacity. It is a better choice for heavy duty applications.

What Services Does Aicrane Provide to Australian Customers?

Aicrane provides Australian customers with one-stop services from solution design, equipment production, transportation and customs clearance, to installation and commissioning, and after-sales services.

  • Aicrane’s professional technical team and project consultants will fully discuss product requirements and budgets with customers, and provide the most suitable solution as per customer requirements.
  • The customer service specialists will follow up the order execution one-on-one, update the progress regularly, arrange shipping, installation and other work in advance to ensure that the equipment is completed and delivered to the customer’s site in time.
  • According to customer requirements, Aicrane installation engineers can provide online or on-site installation guidance to ensure the smooth installation of the winch equipment. The installation engineers will also provide operator training services, including operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of the equipment.
  • Our after-sales service specialists will contact customers regularly to learn about the operation and condition of the equipment, and remind customers on equipment maintenance.

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