Ibercisa Winches for Icelandic Fishing Vessels

Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Photo courtesy IBERCISA

The fishing Icelandic company, Uthafsskip, operator of two trawlers freezer vessels, received its second pair of trawler winches from the Spanish manufacturer, Ibercisa, for installation on the Glorya. Previously, Ibercisa delivered an identical pair of electrical trawler winches for Uthafsskip’s Victory. Both principal trawler winches are independent and electrically driven, with frequency converter and controlled by an automatic trawling system. Driven by an electrical motor of 485 CV, provided with a drum by capacity for 4,000 m of 32mm cable and a maximum traction of 40 tons.

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