Pneumatic winches are powered by compressed air and use mechanical structures such as motors and gears to drive ropes or chains up or down for lifting or lifting heavy objects.
It has the advantages of small size, light weight, low noise, and high work efficiency, especially suitable for operation in narrow spaces and environments with flammable and explosive substances.
Pneumatic winches have been widely used in many fields.
For example, in fields such as petroleum, chemical engineering, electricity, aerospace, etc.,
it is necessary to frequently lift or suspend heavy load objects, and at this time, pneumatic winches demonstrate their powerful power;
In underground mines and engineering, pneumatic winches are also widely used because they do not scatter dust and other particulate matter into the air, avoiding environmental pollution and respiratory damage to operators.