Winch Planetary Hoist Braden PD15B 15K lb. 2 Speeds Like New!

Product no.: WPD15B1R

Winch 15,000 lb / 7.5 Ton Braden PD15B, 2 Speeds with Tensioner (Remanufactured)

  • Commonly used in several models of Terex, Altec, National Cranes and other lifting equipment.

  • Customers use them on units that need a powerful recovering winch like Digger Derricks, Cranes, Tow Wreckers, Ships, Drilling Tower Rigs, and other especial projects or applications. 

  • Cable optional.

  • The item(s) available may not be the one shown in the pictures.

  • Prices depend on condition of the item.

  • Item is in perfect operational condition. It was Remanufactured by its manufacturer, Braden, to its as-new condition. However it is priced as used.

  • These winches were originally installed in a bucket truck, mobile crane, digger derricks, or any other mobile hydraulic boom.

    Manufacturer's Description

  The PD15B Series planetary winch is a high performance product designed to provide many years of service.
  • The PD15B is powered by a high efficiency gear motor designed specifically for winch applications to provide smooth operation.
  • The motor torque is then transmitted and multiplied by the highly efficient computer-aided designed gear train to the winch drum.
  • All rotating components are supported by anti-friction bearings and run in oil to minimize any frictional losses.
  • Load control when lowering is maintained by the patented Braden Brake Valve known for its smooth performance.
  • The Braden Brake Valve not only provides smooth load control but also adapts well to most any hydraulic system.
  • The Braden Brake Valve is also backed up by an internal automatic multi-disc spring applied hydraulic released safety brake. 
  • An over-running clutch permits free rotation through the brake in the hoisting direction but immediately locks up when the hoisting operation is complete. The load is held firm, even if the engine dies or a hydraulic line breaks.


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