Horizontal Combined Anchor Windlass and Single Double Mooring Drums for Ship

1. Application: Marine Anchor Handling and Mooring
2. Chain Diameter: 12.5mm to 64mm
3. Rope Drum Capacity: As per client request
4. Delivery Lead Time: 30-120 Days


General Description:

Marine Combined mooring and anchor windlass, normally located at the fore deck for mooring and anchor handling purpose.

Configuration: one or two gypsy (chain wheels, or wildcats), one or two mooring drums in any type and any drum capacity, with or without warping head.

Driven Mode: Manual, Electric, Hydraulic, or Diesel Engine

Suitable for Chain Diameter: 12.5mm to 80mm, Grade 2 or 3.

Mooring Rope Specification: As per client’s request.

Brake and Clutch Operating Method: Manual and hydraulic operated.

Control Method: Local control installed nearby the windlass.

Remote control from bridge or wheelhouse

Available Certificate: CCS, BV, ABS, DNV, LR, GL, IRS,etc

Delivery Lead Time: 30-120 days as per different certificate requested by client.


Technical Parameters of Combined Anchor Windlass and Mooring Winches

ModelChain Diameter (mm)Working Load (KN)Working Speed (m/min)

Mooring Pull(KN)

Mooring Speed (m/min)Drum Capacity (m)

Optional Parts:

1. Load, speed and rope/anchor chain monitoring system is available.

2. Overload protection device is available.

3. Explosion proof function for our windlass upon request.


Technical Specifications:

We design and manufacture combined anchor windlass/mooring winch as per client request.The chain diameter ranges from 12.5mm to 80mm, the mooring drum load ranges from 10KN to 500KN.

History of Modern Shipping

The period from 1800 until the Second world War saw the rise of the regular service liners. This was the result of the transport of cargo and passengers between Europe and the colonies in the East and the West, and the increasing number of emigrants leaving for North America.

Shipbuilding changed slowly but steadily to facilitate the new demands using new technologies.

The main developments were:

Wood as main construction material was replaced by iron and later by steel.

Sailing ships were replaced by steam ships and later by motor ships.

New types of ships like tankers and reefers were developed.

A gradual improvement in speed, size and safety.

In general, the big and versatile trade vessels of this period were still in use even as late as the 1970s. Transportation of passengers, general cargo, oil, refrigerated cargo, animals and bulk with one and the same ship was very common. Even today’s multipurpose ships do not achieve this level of versatility.

After some initial hesitation, the period after the Second World War showed a continuous increase in world trade and thus in sea trade. This increase in global commerce, only interrupted by short period of relapse, lasts even to this day. In the beginning, this resulted in more and more ships, subsequently they became faster and bigger. A lot of smaller ships were then taken out of service. The modernization of shipbuilding and navigation led to the loss of many jobs in the sector. After the 1970’s more and more universal ships were replaced by specialized vessels that can carry only one type of cargo. This process had already started on a much smaller scale since 1900. These new vessels are : oil tanker, bitumen tankers, chemical tankers, container ships, heavy-cargo ships, cattle ships, reefers.

Passenger liners have been superseded almost entirely by planes, because of the large distances involved. However, after 1990 the number of passenger ships that specialized in luxury cruises have increased enormously.

Should you have any preference for the horizontal combined anchor windlass and single double mooring drums for ship, welcome to buy the quality equipment with our factory. As one of the most professional marine equipment manufacturers and suppliers in China, we will offer you good after-sale service and fast delivery.