Goliath 6AFID - St/St Secondary Manual Winch

£510.00 £425.00
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A smaller version of the Goliath 650kg winch which can be used as a manual backup to our 12v marine grade davit winch 


Wide Range of Usage. 500kg First Layer Lifting Capacity.

  • The 6AFID is a stainless steel manually operated auto braking winch which complies to European standard EN13157 A1 and is also CE and GS certified.
  • The robust construction makes it suitable for a wide range of commercial applications with its materials also being suited to a marine environment.
  • The overall size and a first layer lifting capacity of 500Kg makes this an ideal winch to be used as a manual backup alongside our 12v marine grade davit winch

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Price £425.00


  • Unit weight : 3.73 Kg

  • Number of speeds : 1

  • Reduction ratio 1 : 1/3.5

  • Drum hub ø : 45mm

  • Brake : auto frenante

  • Last layer use value : 240kg

  • Theoretical value first layer : 500kg

  • Rolling load capacity slope 20% : 750kg

  • Cable 1 Ø (mm) / length (m)  : ø5/12m

  • Cable 2 Ø (mm) / length (m)  : ø4/22m

  • Winch weight : 3.6kg

  • Number of winches per masterpack (pro) : 1

  • Handle length (mm) : 200mm

  • Handle : Fixed


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