Boat davit
manualelectric

boat davit
boat davit
boat davit
boat davit
boat davit
boat davit
boat davit
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats
Operation
manual, electric
Lifting capacity

500 kg (1,102 lb)

Description

Standard davit With manual or electric winch The élégant, lightweight atlas standard davit perfectly compliments even the sleekest of superyachts. It makes light work of lifting dinghies, ribs, jet tenders, jetskis and other superyacht toys and has a safe working load (SWL) of 500kg. Multiple deck sockets in stainless, GRP or aluminium allow for a single davit to be used in various locations around the vessel and then easily stowed away. Choose from a spectrum of colours or carbon finish. There are six standard sizes with reach ranging from 1500mm to 4000mm. Custom sizes and increased SWL are also available. Atlas Carbon Products davit cranes have been designed to make light work of a variety of lifting tasks, with a safe working load of up to 500kg whilst maintaining an exceptionally low overall weight. Our elegant Atlas davits have a reach ranging from 1500mm to 4000mm as standard. Choose from a spectrum of colours or carbon finish and either a manual or electric winch. Our davit lifting systems are suitable for RIBs, jet skis, tenders, dinghies, jet tender, superyacht toys or for use as rescue davits on deck or as dockside davits. All standard davits can be made in one unit or two pieces for easier stowage. Multiple sockets in stainless, GRP or aluminium can be ordered, which allows for a single davit to be used in a number of different locations on your sailboat or superyacht. Socket depth in deck – 450mm • Manual winch (with 5:1 purchase) • Electric winch (12 / 24 volt) • Bearings – plain polyester (optional roller bearing) • Construction – advanced pre-preg carbon fibre

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