... smaller models of Furlex jib furling systems for dinghies and keelboats with 3-4 mm forestays. These furlers are based on a rotating forestay wire as opposed to furling the sail on to a luff foil as with ...
The fourth generation of Furlex is an uncompromising evolution of the worlds best selling jib furling and reefing system. Proven design blended with innovation is our way to maintain the iconic heritage of Furlex.
... for a longer luff length of your foresail. You will improve sailing performance without compromising the convenience of the jib furling system. The bow will also be less cluttered as the line drum is hidden below the ...
Harken® Small Boat furling systems allow the trailerable cruising or dinghy sailor to set and furl the jib from the cockpit. An optional hoistable ball bearing halyard swivel can be installed on your headstay so you can ...
FURLERS SYSTEMS HT91189.10 Dinghy Top Swivel HT4904LZ Dinghy Integral Bow/Chute Furler HT91189 Dinghy Furler
Description:Furler Drum Dinghy Category:Spars and Rigging Subcategory:Furling Gear Type:F.G.1 System Weight (grm):99 Length (mm):45 Note:Use 2mm Rope Single Break Load (Kgs):900
... on board, navigation is more pleasant and enjoyable. WONDERFURL by Nemo Industrie is a reliable jib furler designed to easily and safely adjust genoa, jib and foresail from the cockpit. Sudden ...
boat size: 30-37ft dash: 3250 bl: 6500Kg mwl: 0g Ø drum: 175mm fitting: 1/2inch rif.dimensione: 15 Description: aluminum/underdeck/cable/discontinous line
Dinghy Jib Furler Drum Diameter: 69mm Weight: 116g
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How to choose this product
A jib furler is a mechanism which quickly rolls the jib around itself. NauticExpo offers a wide range of jib furlers including electric models and those for small sailboats.
This device is designed to roll the jib around itself and to unfurl it when necessary.
Most furlers use a rotary drum holding a rolled line. When tension is placed on the line, the drum turns to furl or unfurl the jib, as needed. Some furlers use small electric or hydraulic motors, especially for handling large sails.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the size of the sail to be handled. The drum must be large enough to contain all the line necessary. Large sails may require electric or hydraulic furlers. In such cases the power of the motor must be considered.
- Rapid jib furling and unfurling
- Requires maintenance
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