Novawinch HW-200/NH features:

  • Integrated hydraulic motor and automatic brake assembly partly located inside winch drum – provides compact size to make mounting easier.
  • Wire rope capacity of over 60m to meet various demands.
  • Drum diameter to rope diameter ratio is 12:1 to ensure rope breakages are avoided.
  • High torque hydraulic motor, 3 stage planetary gearbox and self-adjusting gear design provides strong pulling capacity and efficiency.
  • Oil bath gearbox for added efficiency
  • Water tight and internal anti-heat rubber seals.
  • Overflow valve can be added as optional extra.
  • Meets EN 14492-1:2006 requirements:
    (1)The first layer of wire rope safety factor (breaking strength/rated pulling) must at least 2 times of winch rated line pull.
    (2)Space between drum and tie bar should be 1.5 times of the wire rope diameter.
    (3)(Drum diameter + rope diameter)/ rope diameter ≥ 10;
    (4)Two wire rope mounting holes on the drum for safety operation;
    (5)Winch mechanical structure reach 1.25 times of winch rated line pull.

First layer line pull: 45000lbs/20412kgs

First layer line speed: 11.5 – 57.5fpm/3.5 – 17.5mpm

Working pressure diff: 2500psi/17MPa

Oil flow supply: 70L/min

Gear Ratio: 84:1

Wire rope diameter: 7/8inch/22mm

Layer: 4

Wire rope capacity: 196ft/60m

Valve model: NF-120 P1 S1-003

Net weight (without rope): 948lbs/430kgs


  • Recommended oil flow supply range is 50-90L/min
  • Dual balance valves as standard, winch must be used in independent oil supply system with relief valve.
  • Relief valve can be added as optional extra.


  • The winch should never be used for hoisting people or hoisting objects above people.
  • Do not use clutch under load.
  • Do not equip winch into oil supply system without relief valve.


Layer of cable Rated line pull per layer Line speed Wire rope capacity per layer
llbs kg fpm mpm ft m
1 45000 20412 11.5 3.5 39’ 12
2 39277 17816 12.5 3.8 85’ 26
3 34846 15806 14.1 4.3 137’ 42
4 31313 14203 15.7 4.8 196’ 60

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