RA2068010000

RA2068010000
EXPLODED VIEW
68ST / 68ST FS & 72ST / 72ST FS
PARTS LIST
68ST / 68ST FS & 72ST / 72ST FS
MOUNTING INSTRUCTION
68ST / 68ST FS & 72ST / 72ST FS
Version 2.5
Version 2.5
Version 2.5
Version 2.5.F
3.1
Version 1.2
Version 1.2.F
1
3.3
3.1
3.4
3.2
2
3
4
POS.3 - 543010
POS.3 - 543000
5
6
7
9
8
10
11
17.1
18.1
12
17.2
18.2
17.3
13
18.3
17.4
14
18.4
17.5
18.5
16
15
18.6
17.6
18
16
18.7
17.7
17
18.8
17.1
POS. 18
19
POS. 17
Version 2.5.F
Version 1.2
POS QTY. DESCRIPTION
1
4 Screw
2
1 Self-tailing arm (68ST)
2
1 Self-tailing arm (72ST)
3
1 Self-tailing top complete (standard)
3
1 Self-tailing top complete (stainless steel)
3.1
1 Circlip
3.2
1 Composite top (standard)
3.3
1 Top ring (stainless steel)
3.4
1 O-ring
4
1 Drum complete
5
1 Drive shaft complete
6
1 Bushing
Not removable
7
1 Retaining ring
Not removable
8
14 Ball, stainless steel
9
15 Ball, POM
10
6 Screw
11
1 Upper base
12
1 Roller bearing cpl.
13
1 Circlip
14
1 Roller bearing cpl.
15
1 Lower base
16
2 Shaft
17
1 Small Ratchet gear complete (68ST)
17
1 Small Ratchet gear complete (72ST)
17.1
2 Bushing
17.2
1 Washer
17.3
1 Ratchet gear wheel (68 ST)
17.3
1 Ratchet gear wheel (72 ST)
17.4
2 Spring
17.5
2 Pawl
17.6
1 Washer
17.7
1 Gear wheel (68 ST)
17.7
1 Gear wheel (72 ST)
18
1 Pawl gear complete
18.1
1 Bushing
18.2
1 Washer
18.3
1 Gearwheel
18.4
2 Arm Spring
18.5
2 Pawl
18.6
1 Bushing
18.7
1 Large Ratchet Gear
18.8
1 Bushing
19
1 Base cover, standard
19
1 Base cover, full stainless
1
Service kit (not included)
Version 1.2.F
ART. NO.
ISO 7380-A4-M816
746000
748800
540605
540715
590100U
736900
521300
RD100433
746203
529910
716501
589700
526301
526302
DIN912-A4-M8X16
745601
724100
RD724300
588001
750101
529801
746301
746351
529500
529600
529100
537100
533500
533400
588100
529300
537000
775000
893200
529600
774900
713300
713200
786500
774801
RD100657
745800
745820
710013
Version 2.5.F
Version 1.2
Version 1.2.F
Installing the winch is easy, if you follow these instructions. The numbers in ( ) refer to the position
numbers in the parts list.
Tools required for the installation:
Allen key (5 mm.).
Ø10,5 mm. (13/32”) drill.
6 pcs. M10 (3/8”) countersunk head screws.
Ring spanner to match nuts.
1. Remove screws (1).
2. Remove self-tailing arm (2) and drum (4).
3. Mark location of bolt holes using the lower base (15) as a template.
4. Remove complete winch. Be sure that no dust comes into contact with the winch while drilling.
5. Drill bolt holes Ø10,5mm (13/32”).
6. Apply a light coat of bedding compound, ensuring that each bolt hole is bedded. Keep drain
grooves clear.
7. Fasten lower base (15) into place using 6 pcs. M10 (3/8”) countersunk head screws.
Use large
washers or a backing plate.
8. Assemble in reverse order.
9. Check that the winch is functioning correctly: The drum should operate smoothly, by turning the
drum clockwise by hand.
The drum must not turn when trying to turn the drum anti clockwise.
While turning the winch handle clockwise the drum should turn slowly.
While turning the winch handle anti clockwise the drum should turn fast.
SERVICE INSTRUCTION
68ST / 68ST FS & 72ST / 72ST FS
Version 2.5
Version 2.5.F
Version 1.2
Version 1.2.F
Tools required for service:
Allen key (5 mm.).
Allen key (6 mm.).
Screwdriver (small).
Winch handle.
1. Remove screws (1).
2. Remove self-tailing arm (2) and drum (4).
3. Remove drive shaft (5)
4. Clean the balls (8, 9) with a rag. DO NOT remove the balls and the small retaining ring (7) above
the balls.
5. Remove screws (10).
6. Remove upper base (11).
7. Remove roller bearing (14).
8. Remove shafts (16).
9. Remove and dismantle the two free gear units (17), (18)
10. Clean all parts in petrol. Remember to clean the gear teeth and ball track inside the drum (4).
11. Assemble in reverse order. During assemble, lightly grease all gear teeth, drive shaft, roller
bearing, shafts, balls, pawls, springs and bushings. Use a small, soft brush. Pawls may be
lubricated with only a very thin film of ANDERSEN WINCH GREASE. It is very important that
pawls can move freely.
IMPORTANT: When assembling the winch, check the functioning of each pawl by pushing the pawl
against the spring. The pawls should move smoothly and automatically return to their normal position, where the pawls engage with the teeth. If the pawls do not function correctly, clean and lubricate the pawls and gears. Check the function of the pawls again to make sure that it works correctly.
If the pawls do not work correctly replace the springs and recheck the functioning.
Not properly functioning pawls may lead to unexpected release of the winch force resulting in fatal
injuries to the user and others.
Service Kit No: 12 (art. no. 710013) contains spare parts for this winch.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARRANTY
Manual
Refer to our website www.ronstan.com/warranty for our warranty terms and conditions
68ST / 68ST FS
ALL WINCHES
Version 2.5
Read All Safety Notices and Product Manuals
Do not install or operate this winch before reading and fully understanding
the contents of this Safety Notice Sheet and the Product Manual.
Version 2.5.F
&
72ST / 72ST FS
Stay Alert When Operating
Andersen winches are very powerful and have the potential to cause significant damage and/or serious injury if used improperly or without due caution and vigilance.
Version 1.2
Operators Must Be Trained
Help prevent significant damage and/or serious injury by ensuring any person operating a winch has a thorough understanding of its proper operation and is aware of the
potential hazards involved. As a minimum, all winch operators must read and understand this Safety Notice Sheet and the Product Manual.
Particular attention is drawn to the following ponts:
Children and others not qualified to operate an electric winch must be kept at a safe
distance from the winch and any rigging or fittings that are under load.
Long hair and/or loose clothing must be tied back to avoid being caught in the winch.
Version 1.2.F
In the event of a rope override or other fault, stop the winch and turn off power before
attempting to resolve the problem.
Avoid Accidental Operation
Remove winch handles and turn off power to the winch when not in use to help avoid
unsupervised or unintentional operation. Failure to do so could result in significant
damage and/or serious injury.
WORLD WIDE DISTRIBUTION & SERVICE
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Maintenance
Turn off power to the winch before performing any maintenance or service tasks. Failure
to do so could result in significant damage and/or serious injury.
Lifting Operations
The winch must not be operated with the rope in the self tailer when used in any kind
of lifting operation.
Any lifting operations should be conducted by two persons in order to maintain constant visual contact with the object being lifted.
Furthermore the selftailer must not be used as a cleat for a rope used to lift or suspend any object. The rope must be secured properly by tying off, or leading to a suitable fitting such as a cleat or bollard.
Failure to observe these precautions could result in serious injury or death.
DO NOT DISCARD
Manufactured by: Ronstan Denmark ApS. - Jægervænget 36 - 7100 Vejle - Denmark
info@andersenwinches - www.andersenwinches.com
To ensure correct function of the selftailing unit, only use recommended line sizes. When using the
winch with mooring lines DO NOT use the selftailing function and be sure that the mooring line is not in
contact with the selftailing arm.
When the winch handle is not in use but the winch is under load, we recommend, from a safety point of
view, to remove the winch handle from the winch.
Pawl arm springs should be replaced every second year. Spare arm springs and other parts that may
be required are included in the ANDERSEN Service Kit. Please refer to the service instruction for the
Service Kit suitable for the specific winch.
Be also aware that selftailing arm is positioned correctly. We
recommend to have the selftailing arm positioned within the
shaded area. On 12ST and 28ST the position of the selftailing
arm is fixed, making it very important to establish the proper
location of the holes prior to drilling these in the deck. On all
other models, the selftailing arm can be placed in several
different positions after having installed the winch.
9. februar 2012 — Part no.: 710268
Note the curved spring “arm”
We strongly recommend always to use ANDERSEN WINCH GREASE, when lubricating your winch.
ANDERSEN WINCH GREASE is a high quality silicone/Teflon grease product.
Most other types of grease, including “marine grease” are not suitable for lubrication of winches. Nonsuitable grease products can cause malfunction, which could result in fatal injuries for the user and
others.
Due to the best choice of materials and high precision in manufacturing, we recommend, for normal
use, only to dismantle, clean and lubricate the winch once every second year. Under extensive use,
such as racing, charter or blue water sailing, we recommend to lubricate the winch once every year.
GENERAL INFORMATION
To ensure the best possible functioning of the winch, we recommend that the winch is placed in
accordance with the line entry shown below.
PAWL SPRING MOUNTING
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