Coiling and retrieval system for multi-strand falsework lowering device

Twelve of these devices were used by C.C. Myers to lower falsework for the Galena Creek Bridge , NV, and other bridges. Parkin Engineering designed the prototype and worked with Pacific Machine and Development, Vancouver, WA to test it. The lifting and lowering tendon contains up to seven strands. The rewind mechanism uses a torque hub to gear down for compatibility with the Enerpac pump.

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