Made of mirror polished AISI 316 stainless steel.
Brass fairleads Art. 58AA.S.C DATA SHEET Couple of continental fairlead hand. Finish .L Polished .C Chromed Length 110 mm 150 mm 200 mm 250 mm 300 mm Item .S Left .D Rigth
GEM stainless steel fairlead Art. 9305 DATA SHEET GEM Stainless steel fairlead. DESIGN CHRISTIAN GRANDE
Stainless steel fairleads Art. 9315 DATA SHEET Stainless steel fairleads. DESIGN CHRISTIAN GRANDE
made from polished stainless steel sheet AISI 316L
A modern and sleek design for our new series of fairleads, to suit our folding cleats. They are available CNC machined anticorodal aluminium, brushed and silver anodized; CNC machined 361L stainless steel, high gloss ...
Flush fairlead. CNC machined anticorodal aluminium, brushed and silver anodized; available black hardcote anodized on demand. This fairlead is recessed flush to the deck. It requires drainage. Hose fitting ...
... ? Fountom supplies a wide range of fairleads and fairlead rollers specifically for the marine market place including mutli-angle , swivel-head and pedestal fairlead rollers. Other ...
he standard THR warping rollers are supplied with a polyamide bronze bearing according to DIN 81906. Additionally the warping rollers can be delivered on a socket (DIN 81907) with optional heights. ...
Traditional failead with asymmetrical design combined with Mecbit.
Straight fairlead in polished and silver anodised aluminium .
Product Description Chrome Plated Zinc Alloy
FEATURES Folds down when not in use. Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel Surface Mount - no cut-out required. INSTALLATION Drill three holes and secure with screws.
... 4 1/2" Set of Port and Starboard Skene Chocks 501 4 1/2" Straight Stern Chock 500-6 6" Set of Port and Starboard Skene Chocks 501-6 6" Straight Stern Chock 500DF ...
The Fairleads can be delivered both as hinged or trunnion type. The hinged type is most suitable for chain winches while the trunnion type is most suitable for wire winches in order to keep the wire at a fixed pivot point. ...
A practical pair of robust stainless steel deck fairleads, each with three holes for easy and secure attachment.
These are made of 316 L stainless steel and are available standard, in round and oval versions with 110 and 200mm diameter. They are built with thickness S to be tightened at the customers request, including slanted. Available in versions: ...
Moulded from tough black nylon with smooth, snag-free design. Supplied in handed pairs
Teardrop Fairlead with shaped supports in solid stainless steel Roller Fairlead with bronze bearings Bollard Fairlead / Cleat in solid stainless steel
The Skene Chocks are available in sizes of 4", 6" and 9" and are sold in sets of 2. They are easily installed using #10, 1/4" or 5/16" screws. These stainless steel chocks feature polished and rounded ...
Bow chock, sold in pairs. Length 120mm. Stainless steel.
AISI 316L quality stainless steel Suitable to yacht form or to intended form Transom miror rope fairleads Main rope fairleads Dovetail or straight models
Boat warping fairlead / handed Length from 118mm & 152mm
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How to choose this product
A warping fairlead is a fitting used to guide the run of lines during docking, mooring or vessel-shifting operations to avoid friction that causes line wear. Distributed along the length of the vessel, fairleads determine the points at which the lines exert pull and serve to balance the load.
These fittings direct lines from a ship to the shore or to another fixed point on the vessel. Employed on ships, as well as boats and yachts, especially those with high freeboard or bulwarks, they allow mooring lines to be run ashore or to a tugboat or another vessel without hindrance.
The simplest fairlead is an ovoid opening recessed into the bulwarks. Small, leisure-craft versions generally consist of vertical arms attached to a plate bolted to the deck. The lines run between these arms. They are usually made of stainless steel, sometimes of aluminum. The inner, contact part of the fitting is smooth and rounded to avoid damaging the lines. Some have cylindrical rollers to reduce friction even further.
How to choose
The dimensions of the ship, the location of the fairlead, the diameter of the line and the fitting's specific intended use are the factors to consider.
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