VER SALES, INC.

Series 4WM

Worm Gear Hand Winch

Machine Cut Worm Gears provide accurate operation and long lasting service.

Enclosed Oil Bath provides continuous lubrication of gears to minimize wear. Oil seals keep oil in and dirt out.

Hex Drive and socket handle are included. Winch can be power driven with a maximum 400 rpm drill-motor.

Internal Mechanical Brake provides positive load control for lifting and lowering operations.

Ball Bearings and self-aligning bronze bearings provide smooth and efficient operation.

Cast Aluminum gearbox and drum, for lightweight strength.

Corrosion Resistant durable paint finish protects against corrosion in harsh environments.

Dual Function Cable Anchor for quick disconnect of wire rope with swaged ball fitting, or recessed cable anchor with set screw for wire rope with unfinished end.

Large Diameter Drums minimize wear to the wire rope and help extend its life.

Handle Adjusts in length to change the handle force required to move load.

Mounting Conversion in field or at factory for mounting to vertical wall or ceiling surfaces. Adapter plate required for flush wall mount.

Wire Rope Assemblies sold separately.









Performance Characteristics
Load Rating Drum Capacity¹
Model No. Description 1st Layer Mid Drum Full Drum Wire Rope Diameter 1st Layer Mid Drum Full Drum Gear Ratio Force to Lift
1000 lb.²
Approx. Ship Wt. (lb.)
4WM2 Enclosed gearing with brake
(for lifting)
2000 1500 1200 1/4 11 35 77 32:1 12 lb 478
ED120BD
Electric drill motor drive kit - for 4WM2 only - 400 rpm - 120 VAC with 1-1/8" hex socket.
538
¹Actual drum capacities may be 25-30% less, due to non-uniform winding. Tension in the wire rope will also affect drum capacity.
²Approximate handle force required to lift 1000 lb with an empty drum, and maximum handle length.

Important: It is the owner's or operator's responsibility to determine the suitability of the equipment to its intended use. Study all applicable codes, manuals, and regulations. Be sure to read the Owner's Manual supplied with the equipment before operating it.