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Igland 1601 Hydraulic Forestry Winch

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Features

1.6 t Pulling Capacity
47.5KG Weight Without Rope
1 Drum(s)
40 m, 8 mm Standard Rope

The Igland 1601 is a 1.6T radio controlled hydraulic winch made for a variety of purposes. The hydraulic winch can be mounted on a forestry timber loader and be used to haul in timber that is outside of the loader’s reach. It can alternatively be mounted on trucks as a salvage winch, or directly onto a tractor or an all-terrain vehicle.

Max pulling capacity / empty drum:16 kN (1,6 tons) measured at 160 bar
Number of drums:1
Wire rope, theoretical capacity:60 m, 8 mm
Recommended wire rope length:40 m, 8 mm
Haul in speed by 60 liter:0,81 – 1,66 m/s (ISO 6687)
Ratio:1 : 1
Necessary power input:15,2 kW (ISO 6687)
Controls:Electrohydraulic with radio remote
Clutch:None
Brake:Shock valve, engine with approx. 1,25 x pulling capacity, deadmans brake
Mounting:Screwed to loader or similar machinery
Height/ Width/ Depth:28 / 28 / 40 cm
Weight (without wire rope):47,5 kg
Oil flow min/max 5/60 L
Oil Pressure min/max 50/160 bar

Norwegian Build Quality

IGLAND has a wide variety of forest winches for skidding and transportation of timber in the forest.
Their winches are a familiar tool for forest user across many worldwide markets.
The modern IGLAND winch of today, builds on the on long history and experience, dating back to the 1950’s. IGLAND have customers worldwide and they are constantly striving to meet the demands and wishes of their customers who carefully selected distributors. The winches come in many sizes and models so you can find the right Igland winch to your needs in the woods.

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.
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