Boat stanchion sockets
This rod makes it possible to have a shower head on the stern gangplank. Made of black anodized aluminium + stainless steel parts. The shower head can be adjusted in any position. Lightweight and telescopic for easy storage, rod outer ...
The heavy duty Stanchion Base features an angled base of 3 degrees to allow for sloping decks. This base is made from grade 316 stainless steel for maximum corrosion resistance and durability. It is ideal for sailboat ...
Stanchion socket 82° Supplied with a stop screw. Made of acid-proof AS316 stainless steel. Size: Ø25 mm Angle: 82° Length: 95 mm Width: 80 mm Height: 55 mm
Description YCH RAIL FITTING 30 DEGREE ROUND BASE, 7/8", 1" TUBING 316 GRADE STAINLESS STEEL
Stanchion socket / for boats Size: 22mm & 25mm; 30 Degree, 45 Degree, 60 Degree, 90 Degree,
Material: 304/316 stainless steel Surface:high mirror polished Application : for boat /yacht Size: 40 mm
Rugged SS Base is canted 5 degrees inboard to match most deck cambers. Features a 5/16" (8mm) welded rod reinforcement which also serves as a bail for snatch blocks and other gear. L 5-1/8" (130 mm), Width 2-3/4" (70 mm), T 1" (25 mm), ...
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A boat stanchion socket is a fitting fastened to the deck at the rail. It holds the stanchions, the vertical tubes supporting the lifelines running around the edge of the deck. On NauticExpo, such items are intended for use on leisure craft.Applications
All vessels with lifelines must have such sockets to support the stanchions.Technologies
These fittings consist of a flat base and a short vertical tube. Some have reinforcement braces to prevent bending when under stress. Most are stainless steel.How to choose
Configuration varies from model to model. Since the socket is designed for a stanchion of a set diameter, be sure to choose the appropriate version. The fitting also must be suitable for the vessel's rail arrangement. Note the boat model for production craft or supply a photo in the case of a one-off vessel.
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