For furling large, flying Code Zeros / top genoas or light wind sails. The sail furls around an AT (low-torsion) line, which is sewn into the luff of the sail. It is bent onto the furler and swivel by means of special thimbles 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 and re-hoisted very easily. The endless line can be removed from the furler quickly by hand and can remain on deck if the sail needs to be bent onto the furler. The angle of the line feed out of the furler can be fixed in 12 different positions.