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Maxwell Marine 1500 Hwc Windlass Manual




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1500 1991 MAXWELL MARINE LTD MAXWELL MARINE RIGHTS RESERVED Ltd reserves the right to make
PATENTS PENDING engineering refinements on all
PRINTED IN NEW ZEALAND products without notice
Illustrations and not
binding as to Product
Code No P103109 HWC 1500
OWNERS MANUAL
Page
PERSONAL SAFETY WARNING 4
APPLICATION Location Windlass 7
Chainstopper 8
Chainpipe 8
Footswitches 8
Reversing Solenoid 8
Panel 8
Controls 9
Control Circuits 9
Main Electrical System 10
Hydraulic Systems 11
Preparation and Mounting 12
IMPORTANT NOTE TO BOAT BUILDERS 14
OPERATION OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM 14
OPERATING THE WINDLASS 17
Servicing of Gearbox 18
Servicing of Motor 18
ORDERING SPARE PARTS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT DRAWINGS
HWC 1500 19
Chainpipe Location 20
Deck Cutout Details 21
Wiring Diagram Dual Direction 22
Wiring Diagram Single Direction 23
Hydraulic Control Diagram 24
Hydraulic Schematic 25
ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS
HWC 1500 Electric Single Chainwheel Single Drum 2627
HWC 1500 Hydraulic Single Chainwheel Single Drum 2829
HWC 1500 Electric Double Chainwheel 3031
HWC 1500 Electric Double Chainwheel Double Drum 3233
Gearbox 34
WARRANTY 35
INSTALLATION OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND SERVICE MANUAL
HWC 1500 WINDLASS SINGLE DRUMSINGLE now own a Windlass from MAXWELLS premier range designed for automatic in conjunction with MAXWELLS control
equipment you will get system protection control of anchor raising or Windlass offers exceptional power ease and smoothness of operation The for
these Windlasses to be arranged as a handed pair for dual installations on larger allow manual control for lowering the anchors under free fall and
also allows of the warping drums
IMPORTANT
FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THE CORRECT APPLICATION INSTALLATION OPERATION AND
TO CARRY OUT THE MAINTENANCE SERVICE AS DESCRIBED HEREIN YOUR SAFETY AND INVALIDATE THE MAXWELL Windlass is a precision engineered product Please
read these MAXWELL HWC 1500 chain size 10mm 38 short link
Maximum rated load at chainwheel 1500 lbs 680 Kg
Gearbox ratio 561
Chain haul speed at no load 30 metresmim 98 OPTIONS
HWC 1500
SUPPLY CABLES See Page MODELS
Maximum Recommended Flow 20 Litremin 53 US Recommended Pressure 138 BAR 2000 Supply Lines
12mm Motor Ports UNF
Oil Viscosity ISO 32 ISO 68 2050C
Suitable oils Shell Rimula X 15W40 Shell Myrina
M 15W40 Penzoil SAE 10W40 Texaco 2109
SAE 15W Texaco 1814 SAE 10W40 BP
HLPHM 3268 Castrol Hysin AWS 3268 BP
Autrans T0410
Levels of flowpressure below that specified can be accommodated with a motor change
see options below
Motor Max FlowMin Max Pressure Max Pull Normal RateMin
Option Lt US Gal Bar PSI Kg Lbs Metres Feet
P14365 15 40 138 2000 273 600 25 81
WEIGHT Product code KGS LBS
Nett including Emergency Crank P100203 235 517
P100204 235 517
P100205 171 376
IMPORTANT
PERSONAL SAFETY USING YOUR WINDLASS AT ALL TIMES PRACTICE GOOD SEAMANSHIP AND AVOID
ANY LIKELIHOOD OF INJURY OR ACCIDENT BY ADHERING TO THE FOLLOWING RULES
AT ALL TIMES KEEP HANDS FEET LOOSE CLOTHING AND HAIR WELL CLEAR OF USE THE WINDLASS UNDER POWER WITH THE LEVER INSERTED IN THE CLUTCH
NUT OR THE EMERGENCY CRANK OPERATING THE CHAINWHEEL PAWL KEEP FINGERS AWAY FROM THE
INCOMING THE WINDLASS IS NOT IN USE OR WHEN USING THE EMERGENCY CRANK MAKE
SURE THE WINDLASS IS ISOLATED FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BY TURNING THE
WINDLASS ISOLATOR SWITCH TO OPERATE THE WINDLASS FROM A REMOTE STATION WITHOUT A CLEAR VIEW
OF THE WINDLASS AND HAVING MADE SURE THAT EVERYONE IS WELL AWAY FROM
THE YOUR WINDLASS DOES NOT HAVE A REMOTE CONTROL STATION AND IS THE FOOTSWITCHES ONLY ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE TURN THE
WINDLASS ISOLATOR SWITCH TO OFF THIS WILL PREVENT ACCIDENTAL IF YOU OR PASSENGERS ACCIDENTALLY STAND ON 4
IMPORTANT HINTS FOR SAFE USE OF WINDLASS
BE SURE YOUR WINDLASS HAS BEEN CORRECTLY SPECIFIED AND INSTALLED YOURS
AND OTHERS SAFETY MAY DEPEND ON IT THE WINDLASS SHOULD BE USED WITH A CHAINSTOPPER OF THE APPROPRIATE SIZE FOR TO BE POSSIBLE THE ANCHOR MUST BE
SELF WILL NOT IN ANY WAY BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR SELECTION OF A
WINDLASS BY OTHERS INCLUDING DISTRIBUTORS AND AGENTS IF IN DOUBT SEND
FULL DETAILS OF YOUR CRAFT TO OUR SALES DEPARTMENT FOR APPRAISAL AND
WRITTEN Run the engine whilst raising or lowering the anchor Not only is this a safety
precaution it also helps minimise the drain on the Always motor up to the anchor while retrieving the chain
Do not use the Windlass to pull the boat to the anchor
3 If the anchor is fouled do not use the Windlass to break it out
With the chainstopper taking the load use the boats engine to break the anchor loose
4 Do not use the Windlass as a Bollard
Engage the chainstopper after completing the anchoring In heavy weather conditions always use a heavy anchor snub from the chain directly to
a Bollard or Sampson Post
6 DO NOT USE THE CHAINSTOPPER OR WINDLASS AS A MOORING POINT
7 ALWAYS TURN THE ISOLATOR SWITCH OFF BEFORE LEAVING THE BOAT
8 When using the Windlass DO NOT SWITCH IMMEDIATELY FROM ONE DIRECTION TO
THE OTHER WITHOUT WAITING FOR THE WINDLASS TO STOP AS THIS COULD
DAMAGE THE WINDLASS Abuse is not covered by Warranty
9 The Circuit Breaker and Isolator Switch Panel provides high current protection for the
main supply cables and also the means to isolate the circuit When the Isolator Switch
is ON red indicator light shows the system can be activated at either the foot
switches or the remote control station When the system is not being used ensure that
the Isolator Switch is turned OFF
10 Never proceed at speed with a bow mounted self launching anchor in position without
first ensuring that your winch clutches are fully engaged and having made fast the
anchor and engaged your DO NOT DEPEND ON THE WINDLASS TO HOLD THE ANCHOR IN ITS BOW ROLLER A
NYLON LINE SHOULD BE USED TO SECURE THE ANCHOR INTO ITS STOWED
POSITION WHEN UNDERWAY AND WILL NEED TO BE REMOVED BEFORE OPERATION
OF THE WINDLASS A PIN THROUGH THE BOW ROLLER AND THE
SHANK OF THE ANCHOR CAN BE USED FOR SECURING
Most Windlass models have clutches for the manual pay out of ground tackle in the
event of a loss of power It is therefore prudent to secure the anchor to the boat by the
means described above
MAXWELL HWC 1500 SERIES WINDLASSES ARE DESIGNED FOR ALL CHAIN
SYSTEMS USING UP TO A MAXIMUM CHAIN SIZE OF 10MM 38 SHORT LINK IN LENGTH
To save weight a smaller size High Tensile Chain may be used
NOTE Care must be taken when Kenter type shackles are used These must be arranged
so that they pass though the chainwheel in the vertical plane In accordance with good
practice an anchor swivel shackle should be fitted between the anchor and chain The should properly align the chain so that it enters the chainwheel
Windlass should have a rating of approximately 3 times total combined weight of the anchor
and chain
The ground tackle should have been selected taking into account
a Boat size displacement and windage
b Conditions of operation such as maximum depth of water type of bottom and Holding power and size of anchor taking special note of the
FIT
CORRECT FIT OF CHAIN TO CHAINWHEEL IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE WINDLASS TO
OPERATE PROPERLY
A wide range of chainwheels is available to suit your Windlass
The correct fit can only be guaranteed where a standard chain known to us is used 450mm 18 or 12 links whichever is longer sample must be forwarded
to us to match fit
Where patterns to suit are not held by us we are able to manufacture to instructions and reserve
the right to charge cost WINDLASS SHOULD BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A MAXWELL THE APPROPRIATE SIZE
TO LOCATE THE WINDLASS
The MAXWELL HWC 1500 Single DrumSingle Chainwheel Windlass operates in dual UPDOWN
This Windlass is supplied as standard with the chainwheel fitted to the starboard side
It should be noted that this arrangement can be changed in the field to the opposite hand
This arrangement allows for dual Windlass installations on larger craft or for you to select most suited to your Windlass must be positioned to
allow the chain to have a clear run from the on to the roller should have a vertical groove to suit the profile of the chain This will align the
chain so that it enters the chainwheel without the outlet from the chainpipe should be directly over the chain locker an the chain
should have at least 600mm 2ft clear fall to allow the chain to straighten before the windlass
The chain must gravity feed into the locker If the chainpipe cannot be positioned directly over
the locker heavy wall pipe can be used to direct the chain to the required area
It is important that the chain slips through easily completely unaided
It may be necessary to provide the pipe with a bell mouth or to bell mouth the entrance to the
chainpipe from the locker to assist the free flow of the chain from the locker
The chain locker must be of such a size that the chain will heap up and feed out Make sure you securely fasten the end of the chain to the boat
IMPORTANT
FOR AUTOMATIC OPERATION TO BE POSSIBLE THE ANCHOR MUST BE That is once the Windlass is operated to reverse out the chain the anchor must
free fall or the bowchain roller arrangement be such that the anchor is automatically positioning the Windlass make sure that there is room to swing
the clutch lever so
that it will clear the pulpit life lines Bulwark and other access through the deck for conveniently connecting the supply lines
WHERE TO LOCATE THE chainstopper should be positioned and aligned in a convenient position between the Windlass
and the bow or chain roller so that it clears the anchor stock The chain should pass through the
stopper without being TO LOCATE THE the chainpipe relative to the Windlass as shown on the deck cutout detail refer installation TO LOCATE THE
SHOULD BE POSITIONED FAR ENOUGH AWAY FROM THE WINDLASS TO
ENSURE OPERATOR SAFETY
To allow the operator to tail from the warping drum footswitches should be at least 250mm 10
from the rear Windlass
THE BELOW DECK PORTION OF THE FOOTSWITCH SHOULD NOT BE EXPOSED TO
WATER OR WET ENVIRONMENT AND THE BREATHER HOLES MUST BE KEPT they should be external to the chain locker
The arrows on the footswitches should be arranged to indicate the direction of TO LOCATE THE REVERSING SOLENOID Electric Windlass Only
This unit is used ONLY when a Dual Direction Control System is being installed Refer
wiring diagrams The Reversing Solenoid should be located in a dry area in close proximity
to the Windlass
IT MUST NOT BE LOCATED IN THE WET ENVIRONMENT OF THE CHAIN close by the Windlass considerably shortens the total length of the main power TO LOCATE
THE PANEL Electric Windlasses Only
The Maxwell Panel is used when either the Dual Direction system or the system is used Refer wiring Panel is selected to provide limited protection
only for the motor and
full protection for the supply cables
This unit also provides the means for isolating the electrical system from the battery
It should be mounted in a dry place within 18 metres 72 of cable length from battery
This equipment or equivalent is mandatory to meet USCG 8
WHERE TO LOCATE THE CONTROLS
The remote control stations can be positioned as required ie Bridge Helm Cockpit or Foredeck
to suit your the panels where the terminals project into a dry area and if mounted in an area where
the face is exposed to the weather ie Fly Bridge the mounting must be bedded down may be wired directly to or linked together in series to the
Reversing Solenoid refer Windlasses may be installed for single direction or dual direction control circuits are detailed in Drawings at the rear
of the manual
These systems should be wired throughout using 15mm 16AWG cable A ignition proof 3 amp fuse or breaker should be fitted within one metre 40 of
the Panel as shown in wiring diagrams
The above requirements are mandatory for this system to meet USCG ABYC and NMMA
After all connections have been made and system tested seal terminals against moisture
by spraying with CRC2043 CRC3013 Soft Seal or CRC2049 Clear 9
MAIN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Cable lengths given are from the battery terminal to the terminal on the windlass motor via the
solenoid box and back to the a portion of cable runs through the engine room a size increase should be made all connections have been made and
system tested seal terminals against moisture by
spraying with CRC2043 CRC3013 Soft Seal or CRC2049 Clear installations must be carried out in accordance with USCG ABYC NMMA or other conductor
sizes allow for a maximum 10 voltage drop over the total length
12v systems
Total Cable Length From Battery Engine room Size
to Winch Back to Battery Cable Length Correction
mm AWG mm AWG
Up to 13 m 43 26 3 34 2
13m 17m 43 56 34 2
17m 22m 56 72 42 1
22m 27m 72 88 54 0
27m 35m 88 115 67 00
24v systems
Total Cable Length From Battery Engine room Size
to Winch Back to Battery Cable Length Correction
mm AWG mm AWG
Up to 17 m 56 14 6 14 6
17m 21m 56 69 14 6
21m 33m 69 108 22 4
Engine Room size correction is based on the ambient temperature of the engine room to
be 60 C
HYDRAULIC quoted in specification on page 4 assumes operation at rated capacity with
standard motor fitted Levels below that specified can be accommodated by a motor change
with a corresponding change to stall torque andor speed Refer to levels of supply and control are SYSTEM Refer to Hydraulic covers applications
where the Windlass is supplied from an engine driven pump or power pack Control of the Windlass is via a hydraulic solenoid valve which
is operated by a self centering UPDOWN toggle switch type remote control or the of MAXWELLS Hydraulic Single Function Controller will enhance the
system and allow
the interfacing of self centering UPDOWN toggle switch control and footswitches with the
hydraulic solenoid valve controlling the oil flow to the Windlass This unit also
provides for remote controlling the electric clutch of a main engine pump or the hydraulic power
pack motor starter
The controller must be located in a dry area
IT MUST NOT BE LOCATED IN THE WET ENVIRONMENT OF THE LINKSYSTEM POWER PACKS
See separate manual for these multipurpose systems
AND MOUNTING
The Windlass should be bolted to the deck using four 12mm 316 stainless steel bolts of
suitable length to accommodate the deck nuts under the deck should be backed up with larger diameter thick stainless steel washers or
a stainless steel clamp plate bridging between each of the forward bolts and rear bolts to spread
the load
For decks of steel or aluminium is very important that the Windlass is insulated from the deck with a timber pad or gasket That the fixings pass
through the insulators provided and that the are insulated from the deck It is also important that the anchor and chain are the hull including
rubber lining the chain locker and insulating the fixing for the end of the
chain to the hull
Without these precautions severe electrolysis can occur
IMPORTANT
1 IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THE ENSURES THAT THE DECK AND
UNDERDECK PAD ARE OF SUFFICIENT THICKNESS AND STRUCTURAL STRENGTH
TO SUSTAIN THE LOADS CAPABLE OF BEING IMPOSED ON OR BY THE WINDLASS
THE UNDERDECK PAD SHOULD SPREAD THE LOADS AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE AND
IF USE CAN BE MADE OF A BULKHEAD OR CROSS MEMBER TO PROVIDE
STIFFENING THIS SHOULD BE DONE
2 IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT THE ABOVE DECK PAD TOP SURFACE OR DECK AREA
COVERED BY THE TEMPLATE SUPPLIED IS SMOOTH AND FLAT
3 Refer to deck cutout detail drawing and accurately mark out the mounting holes and access
hole as convenient for passing supply lines through deck The mounting holes must be drilled
parallel to each other and square to the mounting face
Refer to the appropriate assembly drawing provided for the Windlass being installed and
proceed as follows
4 Remove the Windlass from the packing crate and with the Windlass on its side and the shaft
vertical check that oil is showing half way up the sight glass in the side of the gearbox If
necessary top up with SAE 90 Shell Omala 320 Castrol Alpha SP320 or equivalent
DONT OVER FILL
5 Make sure the mounting area on the deck is properly prepared as per step 3 above and is
clean
Make sure the underside of the Windlass case is clean
Use compound between deck padgasket and the Windlass case and lower
the Windlass aligning the mounting holes in the case with the pre drilled mounting holes in
the deck and bed the Windlass down
Make sure that the four insulating bushes are in place in the mounting holes in the case
Stainless steel washers should be used under the head of the mounting bolts to spread the
load on the insulating bushes
6 Apply a little sealing compound to the four mounting bolts and feed the bolts down through
the bushes in the case and deck
From the underside of the deck offer up the clamp plates or large washers and fix in place
with the nuts
IMPORTANT
Tighten the nuts progressively and evenly
DO NOT USE POWER TOOLS
Do not overtighten Ensure installation is firm
7 The chainpipe should now be fitted If the deck is steel or aluminium the chainpipe and
fastenings must be insulated from the deck The chainpipe must be through bolted using
316 stainless steel countersunk screws with the nuts underdeck backed up with large stainless
steel washers When fixing ensure that the stripper arm is aligned squarely in the groove of
the chainwheel with the bevelled end in close proximity to but clear of the root of the groove
The chain must pass over the wheel and cleanly through the pipe without fouling on the
stripper
IMPORTANT
Tighten the nuts progressively and evenly
DO NOT USE POWER TOOLS
Do not overtighten Ensure installation is firm
8 When tightening the cables to the motor ensure the lower nut is secure Upper Nut
against turning when tightening the upper nut This will prevent damage
occurring within the motor
Lower Nut
Proceed as follows on the starboard running gear
note when installing winch and in particular the chain wheel The shaft and bronze
clutch cones MUST be coated in Shell Nautilus NLG12 Marine Grease Castrol Valvoline Val Plex EP or equivalent grease See Typical Greasing Remove
stripper arm from chainpipe by undoing the two bolts nuts and washers
With a pen knife or similar carefully remove cap
Remove the screw and retaining washer
Unscrew clutch nut
Slide outer clutch cone chainwheel and inner clutch cone from shaft
NOTE The port running gear can be disassembled in a similar fashion and the Windlass can
be reassembled with the chainwheel either port or starboard to suit requirements When the
chainwheel is assembled to port the pawl and pawl pin must be removed and reassembled on
the port side
10 Ensure parts removed in step 8 above and the shaft are clean
11 Use Shell Alvania R2 Castrol AP2 or equivalent grease and with the aid of a clean brush or
nonfluffy rag lightly grease the thread on the shaft and the bores and clutch faces of the
parts removed in step 9 above reassemble them as you go in reverse order
IMPORTANT Care must be taken to ensure that the keys are properly seated in the
shaft NOTE TO BOAT completing installation we suggest that you spray the top works of the winch with CRC3097
Long Life
Also protect the winch by wrapping with plastic film and has shown that on long ocean deliveries as deck cargo sulphur from the settles and severely
damages the chrome plating and stainless steel by breaking down
the chrome oxide protective film
PLEASE LET YOUR CUSTOMER RECEIVE THE WINDLASS FROM YOU IN THE SAME TOP
QUALITY CONDITION THAT YOU RECEIVED IT FROM OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM
DUAL DIRECTION SYSTEM Refer electrical system provides means of controlling the Windlass via a Reversing Solenoid which is
actuated by a self centering UPDOWN toggle switch type remote control or the indicator light on the remote control glows when the power is ON and the
system can When using the Windlass DO NOT SWITCH IMMEDIATELY FROM ONE
DIRECTION TO THE OTHER WITHOUT WAITING FOR THE WINDLASS TO STOP AS THIS
COULD DAMAGE THE WINDLASS Abuse is not covered by Warranty
The Panel provides protection for the main supply cables and means to
isolate the When the Isolator Switch is ON the system can be activated at either or the remote
When the system is not being used ensure that the Isolator Switch is turned This system provides protection for the motor from excessive current and
short circuit It does not provide protection against excessive heat build up due to
prolonged operation or repeated operation under overload conditions Make sure you give
the motor time to cool Abuse is not covered by 14
OPERATING THE THE ANCHOR UNDER as follows
1 Insert the lever into the clutch nut and check that the clutches are tightened down firmly by
turning the nut clockwise
REMOVE THE LEVER
2 Check that the chainstopper is open and the pawl is disengaged from the chainwheel
NOTE This may require jogging the Windlass UP by momentarily operating the If clutches are tightened down and the chainstopper and pawl are
disengaged the Windlass
may be operated under power by either using the DOWN footswitch or the DOWN button
on the Remote Control Station Hold until the required amount of chain is out
RAISING THE ANCHOR UNDER as follows
1 Carry out step 1 above
2 If the clutches are tightened down the Windlass may be operated under power by either using
the UP footswitch or the UP button on the Remote Control Station Hold until the required
amount of chain has been brought in
Care should be taken when docking the anchor Jog in the last metre few feet carefully
seating the anchor home
NOTE It is not necessary to disengage the pawl or open the chainstopper to operate the
Windlass in the UP THE ANCHOR UNDER MANUAL CONTROL
This method is generally used in tight anchorage or an emergency situation where a fast dump as follows
1 Insert the lever into the clutch nut and check that the clutches are tightened down firmly by
turning the nut clockwise
REMOVE THE LEVER
2 Check that the chainstopper is open and the pawl is disengaged from the chainwheel
NOTE This may require jogging the Windlass UP under power or easing the load on the
chain
IF JOGGING UNDER POWER MAKE SURE THAT THE LEVER IS REMOVED FIRST
3 Standing well clear insert the lever into the clutch nut
Slowly back off the clutch nut
This will release the chain
Regulate the speed at which the chain goes out by tightening to slow or easing to increase
CAUTION
DO NOT ALLOW THE CHAINWHEEL TO FREE WHEEL AS THIS WILL ALLOW
DANGEROUSLY HIGH CHAIN SPEEDS TO BUILD UP AND DAMAGE COULD OCCUR
4 When the required amount of chain is out tighten the clutch nut firmly remove the lever and
THE ANCHOR MANUALLY IN AN EMERGENCY
1 Tie off the chain so that it does not pay out when the clutch is released
2 Insert the crank handle into the clutch nut and turn anticlockwise to loosen the clutch
3 Engage the pawl on the chainwheel andor chain stopper onto the chain
4 Disassemble winch until the top of the chain wheel is showing
5 Insert the Clutch Lever spigot into the chain wheel hole and by levering on the shaft turn
the Before releasing pressure always make sure the pawl is engaged into the chainwheel or
the chain stopper is engaged This is to prevent the anchor from releasing while manually
winching
7 Repeat cycle progressively bring in the anchor
USING THE WARPING DRUM
The Capstan can be used independently of the facilitates handling mooring lines docking lines or handling additional winching use proceed as follows
1 Check that the pawl are engaged with the Insert the lever in to the clutch nut and back off in a counter clockwise direction until it stops
The Capstan will now operate whilst the chainwheel remains Take several turns of line around the drum in a clockwise direction
Whilst pulling on the tail press the UP footswitch The Capstan will rotate in a clockwise
direction
Increasing or decreasing the load on the tail whilst holding the footswitch down will
the rate at which the line will be hauled in
Extra turns around the drum will increase the grip and require less load on the tail
CAUTION ENSURE THAT FOOTSWITCH IS NOT OPERATED ACCIDENTALLY WHILST
EXTRA TURNS ARE BEING TAKEN KEEP FINGERS CLEAR
DONT PUT SO MANY TURNS ON THE DRUM THAT EASING THE LOAD ON THE TAIL
WILL NOT ALLOW THE ROPE TO SLIP ON THE out the following simple maintenance procedures will provide years of from the windlass and will ensure that
the warranty remains Intervals
Every trip 3 monthly 12 monthly 3 yearly
Ensure clutch is adjusted and grease clutch
Remove windlass components grease
with suitable motor
Remove gearbox replace oil and Oil Capacity 70ml 24 fl oz
Type SAE viscosity grade 90 110
eg Shell Omala 320 Castrol Alpha SP 320 or other
approved Bearing Marine Grease Lithium based or Lithium complex based eg
Duckhams Keenol Castrol LMX Do not use soap based grease
Above deck components CRC 3097 parts external of the case should be washed down with fresh water three months remove the chainwheel set and
lubricate the clutch faces and shaft bore
inside the deckplate with marine gearbox is a sealed unit
We recommend that the gearbox be removed and serviced by an authorised Maxwell every three years Visit our website for a list of and agents
Check the gearbox oil level every six months using the sight glass
To remove the gearbox proceed as follows
1 Remove both sets of running gear as per step 9 of installation instructions above
2 Remove the two circlips from shaft either side of the gearbox and slide shaft from case
3 On port side proceed as follows
Remove four bolts and washers
Gently tap gearbox assembly releasing it from the case
4 For disassembly of gearbox refer to gearbox assembly drawing and accompanying parts maximum protection we recommend that the motor be sprayed
periodically with CRC Electric motors spray also around electrical electric motors should be serviced by a qualified electrician annually or more
frequently in
commercial brush sets are available order Part No P100807 12 Volt Part No P100808
24 SPARE PARTS AND TECHNICAL refer back cover for your nearest MAXWELL visit our website ordering spare parts and for technical support please
quote the Supply 12V 24V or Reference No Description
Part No Qty
1 Case 6199 1
2 Bush SP0622 4
3 Plug 3573 1
4 Plug SP0875 2
5 Label 3041 1
6 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 4
7 Washer M8 spring SP0467 6
8 Washer Flat SP0413 6
9 Bearing SP0663 1
10 Pawl Pin 6148 1
11 Pawl 3514 1
12 Rivet SP0529 2
13 Gearbox P12436 1
31 Motor 12V P11164 1
24V P11166 1
33 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 2
36 ORing SP2787 1
37 Mainshaft 6197 1
38 Circlip external SP0878 2
39 Key 3462 3
40 Circlip external SP0848 1
41 Drum 3436 1
42 Retaining Washer 3467 2
43 Screw CSK 38 x 1 SP0040 2
44 Cap 3465 2
45 Label 6425 2
46 V28 A ring seal SP0708 2
47 Clutch Nut 6195 1
48 Clutch cone 3497 2
49 Chainpipe 2259 1
50 Stripper 2260 1
51 Washer Flat SP0412 2
52 Bolt Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0259 2
53 Nut Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0319 2
54 Clutch Lever P20044 1
Item No Description Part No Qty
1 Case 6199 1
2 Bush SP0622 4
3 Plug 3573 1
4 Plug SP0875 2
5 Label 3041 1
6 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 4
7 Washer M8 spring SP0467 6
8 Washer Flat SP0413 6
9 Bearing SP0663 1
10 Pawl Pin 6148 1
11 Pawl 3514 1
12 Rivet SP0529 2
13 Gearbox P12436 1
29 Hydraulic Motor SP0995 1
31 Nut Hex Hd M8 ss SP0366 2
34 Mainshaft 6197 1
35 Circlip external SP0878 2
36 Key 3462 3
37 Circlip external SP0848 1
38 Drum 3436 1
39 Retaining Washer 3467 2
40 Screw CSK 38 x 1 SP0040 2
41 Cap 3465 2
42 Label 6425 2
43 V28 A ring seal SP0708 2
44 Clutch Nut 6195 1
45 Clutch cone 3497 2
46 Chainpipe 2259 1
47 Stripper 2260 1
48 Washer Flat SP0412 2
49 Bolt Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0259 2
50 Nut Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0319 2
51 Clutch Lever P20044 1
Item No Description Part No Qty
1 Case 6199 1
2 Bush SP0622 4
3 Plug SP0875 2
4 Label 3041 1
5 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 4
6 Washer M8 spring SP0467 6
7 Washer Flat SP0413 6
8 Bearing SP0663 1
9 Pawl Pin 6148 2
10 Pawl 3514 2
11 Rivet SP0529 2
12 Gearbox P12436 1
30 Motor 12V P11164 1
24V P11166 1
32 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 2
35 ORing SP2787 1
36 Circlip external SP0878 2
37 Key 3462 3
38 Mainshaft 6196 1
39 Circlip external SP0848 2
40 Clutch Nut 6195 2
41 Retaining Washer 3467 2
42 Screw CSK 38 x 1 SP0040 2
43 Cap 3465 2
44 Clutch cone 3497 4
45 Label 6425 2
46 V28 A ring seal SP0708 2
47 Chainpipe 2259 2
48 Stripper 2260 2
49 Washer Flat SP0412 4
50 Bolt Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0259 4
51 Nut Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0319 4
52 Clutch Lever P20044 1
Item No Description Part No Qty
1 Case 6199 1
2 Bush SP0622 4
3 Plug SP0875 2
4 Label 3041 1
5 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 4
6 Washer M8 spring SP0467 6
7 Washer Flat SP0413 6
8 Bearing SP0663 1
9 Pawl Pin 6148 2
10 Pawl 3514 2
11 Rivet SP0529 2
12 Gearbox P12436 1
30 Motor 12V P11164 1
24V P11166 1
32 Bolt Hex Hd M8 x 25 ss SP0288 2
35 ORing SP2787 1
36 Circlip external SP0878 2
37 Key 3462 5
38 Mainshaft 6196 1
39 Circlip external SP0848 2
40 Clutch Nut 6195 2
41 Retaining Washer 3467 2
42 Screw CSK 38 x 1 SP0040 2
43 Cap 3465 2
44 Clutch cone 3497 4
45 Drum 3436 2
46 Label 6425 2
47 V28 A ring seal SP0708 2
48 Chainpipe 2259 2
49 Stripper 2260 2
50 Washer Flat SP0412 4
51 Bolt Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0259 4
52 Nut Hex Hd UNC x 1 ss SP0319 4
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LIMITED Maxwell Marine International Ltd provides a three year limited warranty on all windlasses for pleasure boat usage and a one year for those
systems used on commercial or charter vessels Warranty service and parts are available around the world Contact your
nearest Maxwell office for a complete list of service centres and warranty is subject to the following conditions and This Warranty will be null
and void if a there is any neglect or failure to properly maintain and service the products
b the products are serviced repaired or maintained improperly or by unauthorised persons
c loss or damage is attributed to any act matter or omission beyond the reasonable control of
Maxwell or the purchaser
2 Maxwells liability shall be limited to repair or replacement as determined by Maxwell of the goods or parts defective in materials or
Determination of the suitability of the product and the materials for the use contemplated by the buyer is the sole of the buyer
and Maxwell shall have no in connection with such Maxwell shall not be liable for any loss damages harm or claim attributed to
a use of the products in applications for which the products are not intended
b corrosion wear and tear or improper c improper use of the product
5 This Warranty applies to the original purchaser of the products only The benefits of the Warranty are not transferable to subsequent
Maxwell shall not be responsible for shipping charges or installation labour associated with any warranty claims
7 There are no warranties of fitness for purpose or any other kind express or implied and none shall be implied by law If
any such warranties are nonetheless implied by law for the benefit of the customer they shall be limited to a period of three years from the
original purchase by the user
8 Maxwell shall not be liable for consequential damages to any vessel equipment or other property or persons due to use or installation of
Maxwell equipment
9 This Warranty sets out your specific legal rights allowed by Maxwell these may be varied by the laws of different countries In addition the
purchaser may also have other legal rights which vary from country to country
10 To make a claim under this Warranty contact your nearest Maxwell Marine office or distributor Proof of purchase and authorisation from
Maxwell will be required prior to any repairs being attempted
To be eligible for warranty protection please either complete
the form below at the time of purchase and return it to the
Purchaser appropriate address above or fill out the electronic Warranty
Form on our website Name Address
Telephone Facsimile
Supplier Dealer
Name Address
Telephone Facsimile
Windlass Model Serial Number
Date of Purchase Boat Type Windlasses Supplied
With boat
Name LOA Fitted by boat yarddealer
Purchased from Built by

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