Markey Machinery’s DEPCF-42 Winch for New Offshore Tug

Monday, September 20, 2010
Photo courtesy Markey Machinery

Markey Machinery Company of Seattle, Wash. recently delivered a model DEPCF-42 40HP Electric Render/Recover Winch to Eastern Shipbuilding for installation on the new Bisso Offshore tug, Beverly B. This hawser winch features capacity for 500 ft. of 8¬inch soft-line, proven Render/Recover capability to 180 ft/min. line-speed and a brake that will hold 150 tons. All electric controls and a line-tension display system with data-logging rounds out the system. A Markey type CEW-60 2-Speed Electric Capstan on the stern is provided for general line-handling. The Beverly B. is a 96-ft, 4,200 hp, 50 ton bollard-pull ASD tug
 

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