Cement mortar lining winch RW 3ZM
- decreased labour cost
- decreased cement mortar consumption
- decreased waste removal cost
- increased site efficiency
- increased lining rate
- increased work safety
When applying a conventional method of internal cement motor lining in a drinking water mains, you have to put up with the following drawbacks: High preparatory effort before lining, high labour cost incurred by laying out hoses during lining and high cleaning and clearing effort after lining, unless you decided to use a Bagela cement mortar lining winch.
The Bagela cement mortar-lining winch is self-propelled and may be manoeuvred independently over the working pit. The cement mortar feeding hose, the compressed-air hose and the pulling rope are bound into a bundle, which is neatly stacked on the reel. While the hose bundle is brought into the pipe to be lined, the supply lines may be connected to the swivel inlets. After a test run of the spinning head, lining operation may be started immediately. During the lining process, for which only two operators are needed, i.e. one at the winch and one at the cement mixer, the rope of a second winch may already be brought into the next pipe section.
The speed at which the spinning head is to be pulled through the pipe may be preset at the proportional control with its target and actual data line-up and may be kept absolutely constant, irrespective of the number of hose layers stacked on the drum. The operating data, i.e. lining advance, pulling speed and pulling force are displayed in digital notation and recorded in a lining log.