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Winch manufacturer releases portable tool

Warn Industries Published on 24 June 2013

A Clackamass, Oregon-based company has created a tool to help farmers better mend their fences. Warn Industries has released PullzAll, an electric hand-held tool that can lift or pull up to 1,000 pounds at the push of a button.

The 18-pound portable winch features trigger-operated speed control for precise movements. It has 15 feet of wire rope and can easily change directions at the push of a button.

This tool can also be used for removing debris from the field, lifting hay bales, moving irrigation equipment, and hoisting implements or engines for repair.

The product is available in either corded 110V AC or cordless 24V DC versions.

For jobs that require heavier pulling duties, a vehicle-mounted winch such as the new Warn Zeon can help in moving machinery or containers of crops, seeds or fertilizer.

It is available in capacities from 8,000­-12,000 pounds, comes with either steel or synthetic rope, and includes a remote control to operate the unit.  FG

—From Warn Industries news release