Code 0 furling systems
Working load: 0.9 t
... when sailing. NEX 0.9 is delivered on standard with clevis pin snap shackle and a swivel eye. Why choose a flying sailf furler? • Performance: Speed of furling, weight and optimized footprint • ...
Working load: 10 kg - 45 kg
... AT-cable. A dedicated halyard for Code 0 is required and 2:1 purchase is recommended to obtain the required luff tension and to reduce the load on the halyard sheave and on the line stoppers. The drum ...
... turning padeye that is mounted belowdecks and electrically propelled. Its small size and low weight make it ideal for all code 0 furling applications. Due to its high rotation speed, ...
A furling unit means that using a Code 0 is as simple as hauling on the sheet to deploy the sail, then pulling on the furling line to furl it away when finished.
With Admiral Code Zero Series, you can easily put on and take off the line on your gennaker furler.
Working load: 10, 15, 20, 30, 40 kg
... that are spliced into the end of the furling axle. The Code 0 is usually bent onto the bow fitting or the bowsprit, in front of the fixed forestay. The furled out sail can be dropped ...
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