WARN WINCH, SERIES 30XL-LP, STD DRM-MANL, HYDRAULIC

80509

WARN WINCH, SERIES 30XL-LP, STD DRM-MANL, HYDRAULIC
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    This winch has a 30,000 lb. pulling capacity and is designed for use on trailers, rollback trailers, and heavy-duty applications. LP stands for "Low Pressure" and means this winch uses a larger displacement motor to pull full rated load at only 2320 psi. This makes the Series 30XL-LP winch ideal for hydraulic systems that operate below 3000 psi.

    • 14.9 cubic-inch high-performance motor with 30,000 lb. capacity - great for wreckers, trailers, or severe duty applications
    • Spring-applied disc brake designed to hold the full-rated load
    • Hardened aircraft-grade nickel chromoly two stage planetary geartrain for speed and reliability
    • Standard air clutch with manual clutch option
    • Available in short- and long-drum versions
    • Meets SAE J706 and CE specifications


    Specification:

    • 30XL-LP HYD SPECS/PART NUMBERS
    • Rated Pulling Force: 30,000 lbs. (13,608 kg)
    • Drum Barrel Diameter: 6.25 in (159 mm)
    • Drum Flange Diameter: 13.50 in (343 mm)
    • Distance Between Flanges, Short Drum: 8.0 in (203 mm)
    • Distance Between Flanges, Long Drum: 14 in (356 mm)
    • Recommended Maximum Wire Rope Diameter: 5/8 in (15.9 mm)
    • Recommended Minimum Wire Rope Breaking Strength: 41200 lbf (18688 kgf)
    • Approximate Shipping Weight for 80508 & 80509: 322 lb (146 kg)
    • Approximate Shipping Weight for 80510 & 80511: 361 lb (164 kg)
    • Duty Cycle (intermittent per SAE J706 section 6.2): 1000 ft (304.8 m)
    • Mounting Bolt Torque: 159 ft*lbf (216 N*m)
    • Maximum Layers of Wire Rope: 5
    • Gear Reduction: 36:1
    • Brake Type for 80508: SAHR Disk
    • Brake Type for 80509, 80510 & 80511: Spring Applied Disk
    • Contactor / Remote Type: N/A
    • Standards Compliance:
    • SAE J706
    • CE Machinery Directive 98/37/EC and 2006/42/EC

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