Koepe winder

Koepe winder

[′kep·ə ‚wīn·dər]
(mining engineering)
A hoisting system in which the winding drum is replaced by large wheels or sheaves over which passes an endless rope. Also known as Koepe hoist.
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Tenders are invited for Rope Attachment For Koepe Winder
1 m in diameter, while the headframe will not only be one of the world's tallest, but will house a Koepe winder capable of hoisting 54-mt-capacity skips.
A 2,100 hp Koepe winder, operating at 40 km/h, hoists the limestone from underground silos to the primary access level.
The concrete headgear of Prieska Copper Mines' Hutchings shaft, topped with its oddly incongruous galvanized steel box, which housed the Koepe winder, is visible from tens of kilometers and dominates the barren flatness of the northern Karroo.
The concrete headgear of Prieska Copper Mines' Hutchings shaft, topped with its oddly incongruous galvanized steel box which housed the Koepe winder, is visible from tens of kilometers and dominates the barren flatness of the northern Karroo.
s approved manufacturer of hoist rope attachment for koepe winder and should have valid approval for manufacturing of hoist rope attachment for koepe winder for minimum 8 ton swl.