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Krpan PV 600 Auxiliary Forestry Winch

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Features

0.6 t Pulling Capacity
46kg Weight Without Rope
1 Drum(s)
Choice of Standard Rope
Hydraulic Powered
Auxiliary Unit

This bolt on Auxiliary winch is not a primary forestry winch, instead it is designed to mount onto a Krpan PTO forestry Winch, to assist the operator by pulling out of the primary wire rope on the Forestry Winch.
This relatively compact unit packs a punch, and over a working day can be a real time and energy saver for the winch operator.
Weighing in at 46kg, this unit boasts a pulling power of 6 kN (600 kg) – meaning it will make the pulling out of wire rope effortless in comparison.
This unit is powered using the tractor’s hydraulic power supply.
Please watch the video below for a quick overview of this product, and to see how effortless it makes the spooling out of heavy wire rope.

Technical features

Weight46 kg
Pulling Capacity6 kN (600 kg)
Synthetic Rope Ø 4 mm, 350 mOptional
Synthetic Rope Ø 4 mm, 500 mOptional
Wire Rope Ø 4 mm, 350 mOptional
Winch Dimensions in transport position (width × depth × height)240 × 370 × 1300 mm
BracketStandard
Snatch BlockOptional
Round SlingOptional
CarabinerOptional
1 – Bracket compatible with KRPAN Logging Winches6,5 DH / 8,5 DH
2 – Bracket compatible with KRPAN Logging Winches6,5 EH / 7,5 E / 7,5 EH / 8,5 EH / 9,5 EH
3 – Bracket compatible with KRPAN Logging Winches5,5 E / 5,5 ER / 5,5 EH / 5,5 FEH

Vitli KRPAN – Robust Build Quality

Vitli KRPAN has established itself within the Forestry and Arb industry as a leading provider of high-quality machinery. Regarded across Europe, and globally for manufacturing high-quality machinery including forestry winches, firewood machinery, forestry trailer cranes and various supporting attachments for handling and processing.

Founded in 1977, KRPAN has developed this distinguished position by developing quality machines with safety, functionality, and quality as a core ethos of their design process.
KRPAN holds numerous international patents, registered designs, and trademarks. The company continues to innovate and improve its machinery to meet the evolving needs of the forestry industry while maintaining its commitment to quality craftsmanship.

Advanced Service Commitment

We have a national network of Regional Service Engineers in well stocked service vans to ensure you get the most from your machinery.
Our fully trained Engineers can carry out a wide range of services from warranty/breakdown support, annual servicing, training and testing to suit your needs.
Learn more about Service & Maintenance

 
Contact our product specialist Simon Munro directly
 
01556 612 233 simon@jaspwilson.co.uk
 
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