Hydraulic winch Man Rider® LS2-150HLP
wire ropeman-ridingstainless steel

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wire rope
Other characteristics
stainless steel, for offshore applications, explosion-proof

150 kg
(330.7 lb)


28,000 mm/min, 29,000 mm/min, 30,000 mm/min
(18.4 in/s, 19 in/s, 19.7 in/s)

Cable diameter

10 mm
(0.39 in)

Cable length

154 in


105 bar
(1,522.9 psi)


10 us gal/min
(37.85 l/min)


380 kg
(837.757 lb)


The Ingersoll Rand hydraulic Man Rider® winch is specifically designed to minimize the risks of lifting people in offshore environments. Its built-in safety features such as emergency stop, emergency lifting and adjustable limit switches meet or exceed strict safe-lifting standards. And to ensure it continues performing, it utilizes a tough, full-stainless steel enclosure and true, marine-grade paint to stand up to the harsh offshore environment. Designed to meet the latest regulations including CE, ATEX and ABS/DNV type approval, Ingersoll Rand’s Hydraulic Man Rider® winch will help you lift your personnel safely. Features Durability • Stainless Steel Enclosure protects moving parts from the elements • Marine grade paint provides superior corrosion resistance • 10:1 Design Factor for extra-long life Safety • Automatic Multi-Disc Brake and Automatic Drum Brake provide the safety of two independent braking systems • Slack line prevention system automatically stops the winch from paying out in case of slack wire • Built-in limit switches prevents raising or lowering past set limits Performance • Helical Grooved Drum assists with wire rope spooling • Press Roller assists with wire rope spooling • Designed to meet the latest regulations including CE, ATEX and DNV type approval


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