A crank with a handle, for giving motion to a machine, a grindstone, etc.
An instrument with which to turn or strain something forcibly.
An axle or drum turned by a crank with a handle, or by power, for raising weights, as from the hold of a ship, from mines, etc.; a windlass.
Mechanical device used to pull the CCTV cameras or cleaning tools through a sewer pipe.
A power-driven spool having a wire cable.
An air operated device for hoisting or pulling. Similar to a slusher or tugger ( 099)
A surface for the deployment of a logging cable.
Same as "Windlass."
A powered drum used to reel in or pay out cable for hauling or hoisting.
A machine that pulls or hoists by winding a cable around a spool.
machine with a drum for coiling cable, used for pulling or hoisting
lifting device consisting of a horizontal cylinder turned by a crank on which a cable or rope winds
pull or lift up with or as if with a winch; "winch up the slack line"
a hoisting machine, and a powerful one at that
a machine that is used
a machine, the essential part of which consists of a drum driven by hand or powered through gearing, and used to receive a rope which is wound upon it
a mechanical device, a hoisting machine, not a person
a mechanical device used for drawing in and loosening a line
a pulling machine which is used to move heavy loads by means of a wire, cable, rope, strap or web to move heavy loads
a servo that has a round drum attached to it's output shaft and it winds/unwinds the control lines running to your hull's sails
a thing that reels you in or releases you
Used with cargo cranes for lifting. Winch cable was stored on the drum.
Mechanism, either hand-operated or motorized, for opening and closing curtains, moving scenery, etc.
A device, on deck, on a spar or otherwise mounted, which is used to haul on a line; if geared or used with a handle (lever) it provides a mechanical advantage.
a drum used to assist in trimming and raising sails
A small horizontal geared drum, hand operated, to assist in hauling in running gear either for temporary use when required, or with ropes or wires permanently attached.
A machine used to trim the sails. It consists of a drum around which a line is wrapped and an internal ratchet, which allows the drum to turn in one direction. The winch works as a wheel-and-axle type of machine and it is often equipped with a handle to increase the mechanical advantage even further.
a machine for lifting and lowering cargo, and for other purposes that cannot be handled by manual power; it consists of a drum or barrel around which a rope or cable is wound to achieve either a lifting or lowering motion; the drum rotates in a horizontal axis and may be powered by steam or hydraulic motor or electric motor
Usually a power operated machine with a horizontal spindle used to operate the ship's cranes and/or davits.
A motorised towline spool for launching gliders.
A device used to increase hauling power when raising or trimming sails.
Portable device for raising loads, either hand, steam or air powered.
mechanical device for hauling in a line a device with a revolving drum, around which a line may be turned in order to provide mechanical advantage in hoisting or hauling.
A mechanical device used to assist in pulling on lines. It is a reel-like part of the hardware.
A windlass driven by a hand or power-operated crank or gearbox. Often implies to pull or lift a weight by using a winch.
A mechanical revolving drum appliance used to gain power in hauling or pulling in a line.
An open or atmospheric pressure preparation/dyeing machine, where a loop of fabric in rope form is passed through a liquor bath over a reel or rotating drum.
a metal drum shaped device used to assist in trimming sails
A mechanical drum used to apply or maintain high forces on halyards and sheets.
An electric powered hoist used for lowering and raising sampling equipment. The winch line is also called the hydrographic wire. VERY DANGEROUS. HANDS OFF.
A geared drum turned by a handle and used to pull lines (ropes) such as those that connect a vessel to a trailer
motor-driven drum onto which line or wire is wound; v. to winch onto the drum
A device used to help adjust lines under load (Syn. Coffee-grinder).
A device for hauling on a line wrapped about a horizontal drum by turning a crank, used for lifting or hoisting.
On a boat, a mechanical device that is used to tighten lines, especially halyards and sheets A powerful machine with one or more drums on which to coil a rope, cable, or chain for hauling or hoisting
A device used to give a mechanical advantage when hauling on the lines.
Also called a windlass, this hoist is made of a cable, wound around a drum, with a motor or crank attached, turning the drum and raising the cable load.
Pulling tool that consists of a length of steel chain or cable wrapped around a motor-driven drum; most commonly attached to the front or rear of a vehicle.
A winch is a mechanical device that is used to wind up a rope or wire rope (also called "cable"). In its simplest form it consists of a spool and attached crank. The spool can also be called the winch drum.