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TEC

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ELECTRICAL WINCHES FROM 300 TO 7500 KG


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EC Declaration of conformity

As defined by the EC directive relating


to machinery 98/37/EEC.
Vernouillet Annex II A
France
Herewith, we declare that the product :
Manual chain hoist
Electric chain hoist
Wire rope hoist

Electric winch
Electric trolley
Manual winch
Belt hoist

Complies with the following provisions applying to it:


- Machinery directive 98/37/EEC.
- Directive 2006/95/CEE.
- "EMC" Directive 89/336/EEC

Applied harmonized standards, in particular:


- EN 60204-32,
- EN ISO 12100-1 / 12100-2

National regulations, standards and specifications:


- order of March 1st, 2004
- DIN 15400; DIN 15401,

Quality system applied:


- EN29001/ISO9001

Technical standards and specifications complied with, in particular:


- FEM 9.511 "classification of the mechanisms".
- FEM 9.661 "dimensions and quality of the drive and cable lifting block
elements for mass-produced lifting devices".
- EN 818 "chain quality, choice criteria and technical requirements".
- FEM 9.683 "choice of motors".
- FEM 9.755 "steps to be taken to determine the operating periods for mass-
produced motorized lifting mechanisms (S.W.P.)".
- FEM 9.751 "Motorized lifting mechanism: safety"
- FEM 9.901 "bases of design for the mass-produced lifting devices
for travelling cranes equipped with mass-produced lifting devices".
2007/07

Bernard DELEFOSSE

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Contents

Page

EC Declaration of conformity ........................................................................................2


1 Notice.....................................................................................................................4
1-1 Safe operating procedures ...........................................................................6
1-2 Not to do .......................................................................................................7
1-3 To do ............................................................................................................8
2 Guarantee..............................................................................................................9
3 Winches presentation ............................................................................................10
3-1 Technical description....................................................................................10
3-2 Dimensions and attachment .........................................................................10
3-3 Available models ..........................................................................................11
3-4 Accessories ..................................................................................................11
3-5 Function........................................................................................................11
4 Handling -Storage..................................................................................................11
5 Assembly and Installation ......................................................................................12
5-1 Winch attachment.........................................................................................12
5-2 Advices for use .............................................................................................12
5-3 Electrical connection ....................................................................................12
5-4 Limit switch adjustment ................................................................................12
5-5 Using the winch ............................................................................................13
6 Maintenance ..........................................................................................................14
6-1 Before starting up .........................................................................................14
6-2 First starting up.............................................................................................14
6-3 Greasing .......................................................................................................14
6-4 Wire rope ......................................................................................................14
6-5 Electromagnetic brake..................................................................................15
7 Forbidden using or handling ..................................................................................15
8 Regulations operator must do................................................................................15
9 Discarding..............................................................................................................16
10 Electric schemas....................................................................................................16
10-1 Electric schema Winch with motor-brake ..................................................17
10-2 Electric schema Winch with separated motor and brake...........................18
11 Spare parts ............................................................................................................19
11-1 Spare parts TEC Winches 2000 kg 2600 kg 3300 kg.......................20
11-2 Spare parts TEC Winches 2000 kg 2600 kg 3300 kg (Drum) ..........21
11-3 Spare parts TEC Winches 5000 kg ........................................................22
11-4 Spare parts TEC Winches 5000 kg (Drum) ............................................23
11-5 Spare parts TEC Winches 7500 kg ........................................................24

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1 - NOTICE
A) Requirements regarding the application of the instruction sheet :
- Before using any of the equipment you must FIRST read the instructions carefully, understand
and apply these instructions.
- The head of the facility where equipment is used and all other equipment users must strictly
follow the following instructions :
The instruction sheet applies to any user who will be installing, operating, adjusting,
maintaining, trouble-shooting or transporting the machine.
he head of the facility is responsible for informing all users about the contents of the
instruction sheet
The instruction sheet must be made available for the duration of the machine's life,
including in the event of sale of the machine or new machine operators.
The head of the facility is responsible for applying current regulations.
The instruction sheet is not a training manual.
B) General requirements :
- The machine may only be used by properly trained and competent operators.
- The machine may only be used in accordance with the requirements established by the
manufacturer and listed in this instruction sheet.
- Using the equipment in a way that does not comply with the requirements listed in this instruction
sheet may cause personal injury, material damage and damage to the environment.
- Before using the equipment, the operator shall make sure it is in good condition.
- Do not use the equipment is the markings are no longer legible.
- Whether it involves mechanical or electrical parts, the manufacturer shall not be liable for any
consequences due to modifications made to the equipment without the manufacturer's written
agreement. If the client wants the equipment to be modified, this must be addressed to the
manufacturer.
- For safety reasons and so that the manufacturer warranty is be valid, use only the manufacturer's
replacement parts.
This machine is concerned by the European legislation and especially the directive relating to
machinery 98/37 EEC.

Before using this winch, read the following instructions for save use in order to avoid personal
injury or material damage
This instruction sheet must be made available for all operators.
The manufacturer will give additional copies of it on request.
TEC winches are designed for pulling and lifting loads
Lifting use - European legislation requires some obligatory equipments :
Emergency stop (mass production on TEC)
A limit switch system (Option)
A load limiter from 1000 kg (Option)
The operator has to be sure this equipment is on the TEC before using it on lifting.
The operators must be properly trained and competent to assure the good working of the winch.

Never use the winch with a load higher than the maxi load indicated
Never use the winch to lift people.

The operator will check the good condition of the machine, the cable, the hook, the branding and the
fixing.

The manufacturer denies all responsibilities concerning the consequences to use or install machines
not mentioned on this instructions sheet. Also the consequences of dismantling, modification or
replacement of parts (mechanical or electrical) by an unauthorized party or without his written
confirmation obtained.

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The purpose of this document is to provide information regarding the assembly, installation,
safe operation and maintenance of the winches.
Each VERLINDE electric winch is inspected and tested according to specifications when machine
manufacturing is completed. The results of these tests are recorded in inspection certificates that are
provided with the equipment.
Before installing and operating the winch, you must read the following information very carefully.
As long as the equipment is operated and maintained according to the following instructions, the
winch will operate safely and problem-free.
This document provides the information needed by the people who will use or maintain the winch. It is
important for these individuals to be familiar with the advice and the instructions contained in this
manual, for their own safety and the safety of others, and to protect the equipment itself. Therefore
these documents, including the instructions below, must be presented to them, and commented on by
a manager.
VERLINDE provides an upkeep / maintenance manual for each piece of equipment. It is very
important to make sure that the individuals using the hoist are familiar with the equipment and
its correct operation.
VERLINDE agencies are available and may, upon request or by contract, intervene and maintain the
winch if necessary.
If any replacement parts are needed, please specify the following information so that we may supply
the appropriate parts:
- the complete name of the winch
- the complete name of the hoisting motor if necessary
- the serial number of the winch
The 3 items above are listed on the Identification plates attached to the winch, motors and on the
inspection certificates.
For further information, please contact the winch manufacturer or the distributor.
Manufactured by :
VERLINDE
VERNOUILLET- FRANCE
2, Boulevard de l'industrie
B.P. 59 28501 VERNOUILLET CEDEX
Phone: +33 (0)2.37.38.95.95
Fax: +33 (0)2.37.38.95.99

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1.1. SAFE OPERATING PROCEDURES :


GENERAL INFORMATIONS
To minimize risk of injury to people working near the winch and to prevent the equipment from
deteriorating, it is important to become familiar with the equipment and SAFE OPERATING
PROCEDURES.
Winches are designed only for lifting goods. Under no circumstance, whether for installation or for
regular or occasional use, may the winches be used to lift / transport people.
Operators may not use the equipment if they are not familiar with the way it works; if they are
not physically or mentally capable of doing so, or if they haven't been informed regarding safe
operating procedures. Improper use of the hoists involves certain risks that can not be prevented
through mechanical means. These risks can, however, be prevented through the intelligent use of the
equipment and by using common sense and being careful.
Safe operating procedures also include a regular inspection and maintenance program. Operator
training must include teaching operators about malfunctions / risks that require adjustments or
repairs and the intervention of a competent and properly trained individual.
Monitoring and management also play an important role in terms of safety, by ensuring that
maintenance is performed on time and that the equipment given to the operator is appropriate for the
type of work to be performed, to prevent the violation of rules applicable to safe operating procedures,
or common-sense operating.

DO and DON'T
(Safe operating procedures for winches)
The following information covers safety procedures for winch use. Always keep in mind that the main
rule is to USE COMMON SENSE. Taking a few minutes to read this information will make equipment
operators aware of what constitutes dangerous practices, and precautions for ones own safety and
that of others. Frequent and regular testing and rigorously following safety rules can save lives, time
and money.

FOR THEIR OWN SAFETY, FOR THE SAFETY OF OTHERS


AND OF THE EQUIPMENT, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE
PEOPLE USING OR CHECKING / TESTING THE HOIST BE
FAMILIAR WITH THE PRACTICES DESCRIBED IN THIS
MANUAL. THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE GIVEN TO
THEM.

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1.2. Dont :
IN GENERAL
The winch is designed for a very specific use : lifting.
Using it for other purposes can be dangerous.

TRANSPORTING/STORING

NEVER leave the equipment standing without the proper support, to prevent damaging the
components on the bottom of the unit (electric wires, lifting wire rope, wedge housing, stuffing box,
etc.)
NEVER lean the machine at an angle greater than 30 when handling it.

INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE/INTERVENTIONS

DO NOT alter the winch without a prior study and authorization from the manufacturer.
DO NOT change the size of the fuses. Do not attempt repairing the electrical components, or
intervene on the winch without authorization from the manufacturer or a trained maintenance
technician.
NEVER bypass electric cutouts or preventive or limiting equipment.

WHEN USING IT

NEVER transport a load without first having staff leave the area. Do not move the
hook over staff, whether the hook is loaded or not.
DO NOT let an unqualified individual handle the winch
NEVER lift a load greater than the load indicated on the winch, the chains, wire rope, etc. An
overload can be caused by impacts received while the proper weight is being lifted or by the static
state of a load greater than the maximum allowed.
DO NOT block, adjust or disconnect the limit switches while trying to go higher or lower than the
switches will allow.
DO NOT use the winch to rip out, set objects free, pull laterally, etc.
NEVER transport a load while the winch is working.
NEVER leave a hanging load waiting.
NEVER use the wire rope for grounding while welding. Never allow a welding electrode to come in
contact with the lifting cable.
DO NOT use the load limiter as a way to measure the volume being carried.
DO NOT use the commands uselessly. Hoisting motors usually have a high torque and are of a
high-frequency type. Start-up is quite intense and will cause the motor to overheat or even to wear
out if the motor is started up too often.

The operator can and must start up the equipment carefully. Sudden bursts, jolts,
excessive use of the commands (excessive button pushing), excessive direction
changing and sudden stops should be avoided by operator, who should operate the
equipment with care.

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1.3. To do :
IN GENERAL

READ and follow the instructions given by the manufacturer regarding installation and
maintenance.
During repairs or maintenance, use only parts and materials recommended by the manufacturer.
READ and follow the directions and preventive information for the winch and give this information
to all operators who will be handling the equipment.

TRANSPORTING/STORING

HANDLE the winch by its main body or its support legs, or by its original wrapping / pallet.
STORE it so that it will be protected from dust and humidity.

INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE/INTERVENTIONS

HAVE equipment installed by staff that are properly trained and competent for both electrical and
mechanical work.
DEMAND respect of the safety rules (harness, clearing work areas, having staff leave certain work
areas, etc.)
DISCONNECT the sources of electricity.
ESTABLISH an inspection program and record all maintenance performed on winches, and
especially that of hooks, wire ropes, brakes and limit switches.
After replacing a main part, we recommend that you TEST the winch
(As instructed by the law established 9 June 1993)

FOLLOWING A LONG INTERRUPTION OR UPON A ROUTINE INSPECTION :

CHECK that the brakes are working properly.


CHECK that the limit switches are working properly.
CHECK that the hooks, wire ropes are not damaged.
CHECK that wire rope is clean and properly lubricated
CHECK that the wire rope is not out of place, twisted, knotted, worn, or showing any other kind of
defect.
CHECK that the naked ends of the wire to the control panel are not broken. If the wire is too
damaged, it must be replaced.

WHEN USING IT

SET the load in a balanced manner, secure it with the proper accessories (slings, etc.).
MAKE SURE that during use, the load being transported is far enough from machines, materials,
shelves, etc.
PLACE the hook at the vertical top of the load before lifting it. Do not use the winch to pull at an
angle.
MAKE SURE that the load is high enough to avoid any obstacle on the ground during
transportation.
PREVENT the load and the hook from swinging when using the hoist, by keeping the number of
jolts and starts low.
MAKE SURE that the current user is able to control operations at all times by staying near the
equipment.
MAKE SURE that the load is properly hooked onto the hook and that the safety catch is properly
closed. Make sure the load is properly balanced before transporting it. Use adequate accessories
(slings, crosspiece, etc.)
MAKE SURE when lifting begins, that every strand of the wire rope becomes extended normally.
KNOW AND USE the preventive hand signals used while maneuvering the winch.

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2 - Guarantee
Our electric chain winches are guaranteed for one year from the date of delivery.
If for a reason outside the control of the vendor, the delivery is delayed, the time lag cannot exceed
three months.
If the use (installation) of the hoist is delayed, the corresponding extension of the guarantee (a single
extension limited to three months) must be requested, and written confirmation obtained.
The vendor undertakes to eliminate all operating errors originating from the concept, the execution,
the components or the materials themselves.
The guarantee does not cover normal wear, nor the failures resulting from lack of regular
and periodic maintenance. It does not cover damage due to a lack of supervision, to false
operation or to a bad utilization of the hoists, particularly due to overload conditions,
slantwise drawing, undervoltage or overvoltage or a connection error.
The guarantee does not apply when there is disassembly, modification or replacement of parts
(mechanical or electrical) by an unauthorized party or without our prior agreement.
The guarantee only applies for original, factory-installed spare parts. (Cables included).
For the duration of the guarantee, the vendor undertakes to replace or repair, free of charge,
the parts that are acknowledged to be damaged following examination by a qualified and authorized
technical service.
The guarantee excludes any other services or indemnities.
The repairs covered by the guarantee are carried out, as a rule, in the workshops of the vendor or
authorized agent.
When servicing of the equipment is done outside these workshops, the labor costs for disassembly or
assembly of these parts are borne by the vendor when these are done exclusively by his staff or by
an authorized agent.
The replaced parts become the property of the vendor and must be returned to the vendor at his
expense.
For components of a relative particular importance that are not manufactured by the vendor and
which carry the brand name of specialized manufacturers, the manufacturers guarantee (which can
vary according to the manufacturer) is applicable.
The guarantee does not apply for expendable parts defined by the manufacturer :
- Lifting cable
- Hooks
- Friction and brake discs
- Control box cable

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3 - Winches presentation
These electrical winches are lifting and pulling machines built according to regulations.

3.1. Technical description :

Steel drum with wide flanges.


Three phased motor 220/380 volts from 3 to 11 kW
Low voltage control with push button station connected by plug.
Emergency stop.

OPTIONS :

End limit switch


Load limiter

3.2. Dimensions and attachment :

Model A B C D E F G H
300 TEC 10 675 610 350 89 300 304 260 13
600 TEC 10 875 640 510 159 400 476 460 18
960 TEC 10 875 640 510 159 400 476 460 18
1000 TEC 10 985 742 545 229 500 561 570 18
1300 TEC 8 985 742 545 229 500 561 570 18
1600 TEC 7 985 742 545 229 500 561 570 18
2000 TEC 6 1210 1020 880 324 600 714 820 22
2600 TEC 5 1210 1020 880 324 600 714 820 22
3300 TEC 4 1210 1020 880 324 600 714 820 22
5000 TEC 2 1480 1000 920 368 800 893 760 27
7500 TEC 4 1510 1020 1120 445 800 914 500/1000 27

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3.3. Available models

Force Force
Speed Maxi cable Number of Cable diameter
Type Motor kW Last layer First layer
m/mn capacity layers mm
kg kg
m
300 TEC 10 1.1 300 410 10 115 5 4.3
300 TEC 15 1.5 300 410 15 115 5 4.3
300 TEC 20 2.2 300 410 20 115 5 4.3
600 TEC 10 2.2 600 790 10 170 5 6.8
600 TEC 15 3 600 790 15 170 5 6.8
600 TEC 20 4 600 790 20 170 5 6.8
960 TEC 10 3 960 1320 10 150 5 8
960 TEC 15 4 960 1320 15 150 5 8
960 TEC 20 5.5 960 1320 20 150 5 9
1000 TEC 10 3 1000 1300 10 230 5 9
1000 TEC 15 4 1000 1300 15 230 5 11.5
1300 TEC 8 3 1300 1670 8 145 4 11.5
1300 TEC 16 5,5 1300 1670 16 145 4 11.5
1600 TEC 7 3 1600 2050 7 145 4 11.5
1600 TEC 12 5.5 1600 2050 12 145 4 11.5
2000 TEC 6 3 2000 2400 6 235 4 11.5
2000 TEC 10 4 2000 2400 10 235 4 11.5
2600 TEC 5 3 2600 3200 5 215 4 13
2600 TEC 9 5.5 2600 3200 9 215 4 13
3300 TEC 4 3 3300 4220 4 180 4 15.8
3300 TEC 7 5.5 3300 4220 7 180 4 15.8
5000 TEC 2 2.2 5000 6400 2 240 4 18
5000 TEC 5 5.5 5000 6400 5 240 4 18
5000 TEC 10 11 5000 6400 10 240 4 18
7500 TEC 4 7.5 7500 9500 4 240 4 22

Attention : Above indicated wire rope diameter correspond to the force at last layer.
It is obligatory to be sure the wire rope resistance coefficient is in conformity with the lifted load
(coefficient 5).

3.4. Accessories

Electrical winches may be supplied with wire rope and accessories.

3.5. Function
When the motor is powered, the brake is released, the motor starts rotating, driving the gears and
drum.

4 - Handling - Storage
For winch handling and installation, insert a sling around the drum, the machine tilt and move easily in
full safety.

These winches have to be stored under cover of bad weather. With temperatures between 10C and
+ 50C.

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5 - Assembly and installation


5.1 Winch attachment
The winch has to be fixed on a flat place.
Tight correctly the fixing bolts (See 2.2 Dimensions and attachment) on supports calculated and
checked to have a resistance clearly superior to lifted and pulled loads.

5.2 Advices for use :


TEC winches are calculated with the
following safety factor.:

Lifting = 4

Winches force is given at the last wire


rope layer on the drum.

Drum diameter has to be :


Wire rope diameter x 20 (at least).

Safety coefficient on the wire rope


must be at least 5

5.3 Electrical connection


Very important : The winch will give all his power only if its motor is well supplied with a perfectly
appropriate section of cable.
An isolator switch should be installed at a maximum of 10 meters from the winch.

5.4 Limit switch adjustment (option)


Schema shown in the inside of the protection cover.

UP : Push the lever (1) against (3)


Down : Push the lever (2) against (3)

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5.5 Using the winch


Attention : The rotating direction of the drum is related to the winch electrical connection.
Check the maximum Capacity of the winch (See : 2.3 Available models).
Very important :
Safety rules require to let 2 or 3 extra loops of wire rope continuously on the drum.
Cable diameter doesnt exceed the diameter indicated.
Check used wire rope and hook secure a level of security which correspond to coefficient 5.
(If wire rope and hook were not supplied by the manufacturer.

Winding up
Put the wire rope in tension and wind it on the drum.

Load limiter (option)


Winches have been adjusted in factory with the voltage indicated on the report test enclosed.
On new place, if this voltage is different, adjustment must be made again.

Adjustment of HDI model


Adjustment is made in factory and any modification can cause serious accidents and loss of the
manufacturer guarantee.

Before switching on the power of the motor : Select the function mode with the cursors on the side of
the machine

Adjustment in factory : Overload with memory


In function, the machine shows : The nominal current
Selected mode : OVER (Overload) or UNDER (Underload)
Memory function : with or without
The output relay condition
Values to save for adjustment : The adjustment is done by turning corresponding buttons
Triggering point : nominal current + 15%
Triggering delay : 1 second
Hystrsis : 5 %
When capacity exceeds, the machine shows 3 dashes and the OVER symbol becomes flashing

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Before to start up, the cause of this overload must be cured


To start up, rearming key is needed
For winches where the nominal current is higher than 10 Amp., an additional current transformer is
added.
This transformer has got a ratio of 12.

6 - Maintenance
6.1. Before starting up, check :
The oil level of gear motor
The power supply
The wire rope fixation on the drum

6.2. First starting up :


It is recommended to respect a running in period during 30 hours to the 3/4 of the load.
The nominal force will be obtained after this.

6.3. Greasing :
Every 100 hours :
- Check the oil level of gear-motor
- Coat the gears with grease
Every 500 hours (or once per year) :
- Drain off the gear-motor

Lubrication is carried out with :


Model 300 1600 kg ........... Mobil Glygoy LE 30................. Quantity : 1 l
Model 2000 3300 kg ......... Esso Glicolub Range 220 ....... Quantity : 3,5 l
Model 5000 kg ..................... Esso Glicolub Range 220 ....... Quantity : 4,5 l
Model 7500 kg ..................... Esso Glicolub Range 220 ....... Quantity : 6 l
Quantities are indicative and must be controlled by the level indicator.
Very important : in the event of change of oil quality after draining, well rinse the
gear-motor casing.

6.4. Wire rope :


Check wire rope, hook and safety latch.
If used wire rope and hook are not supplied by the manufacturer, check they secure a level of security
corresponding to the coefficient 5.
Check on a regular bases the connection points of the wire rope.

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6.5. Electromagnetic brake :


Airgap S setting
Set the airgap with the nut 1and screw 2
Depending on the motor power.

3 kW = 0,2 mm
5,5 kW = 0,4 mm

7 Forbidden using or handling


Before using : Check there is any cause of overload like sticking on the ground, suction,
wedging, etc.
Warning ! : See below all forbidden using or handling.

It is forbidden :
To lift loads upper the nominal load indicated on the machine
To reel totally the drum (Keep 2 or 3 residual rolling up)
To pull the load slantwise
To swing the load
To use the winch to transport people
To pass under the load
To use wire rope which do not correspond to the specification on this manual (coefficient 5)
To use damaged wire rope or wire rope with splices
To use hook without latch, or hook which do not correspond to the load indicated on the winch
identification plate, or in bad conditions
to put objects into the moving parts
To intervene on machine with load
To intervene on machine switched on
To use winch wire rope like a sling
To use winches for other operations that those for which they are intended
To twist useless the push button cable (risk of wire breaking)
To use the controls needlessly (avoid inching - stop-start operation of the buttons). This can
cause overheating and even damage to the winch
To use winches with temperatures lower than -10C or upper than 50C.

8 Regulations operator must do


This machine has been created to be tested with :
Dynamic test - coefficient 1,1
Static test coefficient 1,25
One maintenance checking is needed once per year.

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The operator has to up to date a safety register (article R.233.11).


In accordance with regulations, the operator has to set up a control book on which he has to write all
interventions and all checking executed on the machine (Rule FEM 9755).

9 Discarding
When the material becomes decayed likely to cause risks, there is obligation for the user to ensure its
elimination, namely : setting out of order, possibly disassembling.

10 Electric Schema

Power supply 220 V (1 phase) 1 phased motor condenser Up

Power supply 220 V/380 V (3


Remote control box Down
phases)

Brake order Emergency stop General (option)

Thermic option Upper limit switch Load limiter (option)

3 phased motor Lower limit switch

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10.1. Electric Schema Winch with motor-brake

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10.2. Electric Schema Winch with separated motor and brake

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11 Spare parts
For any spare parts order, to your satisfaction as soon as possible and for a better interpretation of
our services, please indicate to us the following characteristics :
Type and capacity of the winch (written on the identification plate)
Serial number and date of manufacture (written on the identification plate)
Number and description of the needed parts

11.1. Spare parts for TEC winches - 2000 kg - 2600 kg - 3300 kg

POS. CODE DESCRIPTION QTY POS. CODE DESCRIPTION QTY

1 13598 Nut 8 17 13578 Circlips


2 13308 Washer 18 22198 Flange
3 22192 External support 19 22207 Sleeve
1
4 20908 Rope clamp 20 3547 Bearing
5 20909 Pin 21 12298 Circlips
4
6 22197 Tie rod 22 22206 Sleeve
7 22201 Upper cover 23 13411 Key 1
8 22191 Gear-motor support 1 24 22199N Geared shaft
9 22202 Lifting plate 25 22200 Lower cover
10 22203 Foot 4 26 - Drum set
11 151000 Electrics 27 22193 Drum shaft assembly
12 22194 Bearing set 28 22196 Washer
13 13579 key 29 13509 Screw
1
14 22195N Flange 30 13021 Nut
4
15 3790 Gear motor 31 13212 Washer
16 106005 Limit switch

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10.2. Spare parts for TEC winches - 2000 kg - 2600 kg - 3300 kg (DRUM)

POS. CODE DESCRIPTION QTY

1 3813 Bushing 6
2 20898 Drum assembly
3 20906 Driving Pinion 1
4 20900 Wheel assembly

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11.3. Spare parts for TEC winches - 5000 kg

POS CODE DESCRIPTION QTY POS CODE DESCRIPTION QTY

1 13599 Nut 8 17 13570 Circlips


2 13217 Washer 18 22218 Flange
3 22212 External support 19 22225 Sleeve
1
4 20908 Cable clamp 20 3561 Bearing
5 20909 Pin 21 12297 Circlips
4
6 22217 Tie rod 22 22224 Sleeve
7 22201 Upper cover 23 13410 Key 1
1
8 22211 Gear motor support 24 22219N Geared shaft
9 22221 Lifting plate 2 25 22220 Lower cover
10 22203 Foot 4 26 - Drum set
11 151000 Electrics 27 22213 Drum shaft assembly
12 22194 Bearing set 28 22196 Washer
13 13410 Key 29 13509 Screw
1
14 22215N Flange 30 13021 Nut
4
15 3787 Gear motor 31 13212 Washer
16 106005 Limit switch

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11.4. Spare parts for TEC winches - 5000 kg (DRUM)

POS CODE DESCRIPTION QTY

1 3813 Bushing 6
2 20915 Drum assembly
3 20906 Driving Pinion 1
4 20900-5 Wheel assembly

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11.5. Spare parts for TEC winches - 7500 kg

POS CODE DESCRIPTION QTY POS CODE DESCRIPTION QTY

1 22117 Screw for tie rod 4 21 12299 Key 2


2 22249 Lifting plate 2 22 22119 Sleeve
3 13358 Washer 8 23 3786 Gear motor
4 22232 External support 24 13383 Circlips 1
1
5 22243 Cable clamp 25 106004 Limit switch
6 22228 Pin 26 22218 Limit switch flange
4
7 22237N Tie rod 27 22222 Pin
8 22247 Upper cover 28 13021 Nut 8
9 22245 Driving Pinion 1 29 13212 Washer
10 22238 Wheel assembly 30 22227 Gear flange
11 3790 Bushing 31 13000 Circlips
2
12 3711 Join 32 3569 Bearing
13 13018 Nut 33 22118 SLeeve 1
4
14 13306 Washer 34 22239N Geared shaft
15 22231 Gear motor support 1 35 22248 Lower cover
16 22203 Foot 4 36 22246 Drum set
17 22234 Bearing set 37 3791 Bushing 2
18 22236 Rondelle 38 22233 Drum shaft assembly 1
1
19 13477 Screw 39 13024 Nut
4
20 151003 Electrics 40 13214 Washer

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