... outhaul, Cunningham etc.) are transferred to the mainsail and on to the mast. As the mainsail is designed according to the expected curve of the mast, a longitudinally stiff mast allows ...
For everyone who cannot resist speed Carbon composite combines stiffness and strength with low weight. Seldén lowweight carbon spars have accentuated longitudinal stiffness. This means that forestay tension can be substantially increased. ...
... give the spars a guaranteed long life, even in the sunniest of climates. More fibres and less resin, mean lighter, stiffer masts.
Simple You hoist the sail just once a season, so a small crew can manage a much larger boat. Easy A Seldén furling mast makes it easy to unroll and set your mainsail. Rolling it in is just as quick and easy. As your sail ...
Seldén’s hydraulic furling system for mainsail and foresail are: • Furlex Hydraulic for headsails • Hydraulic furling mast • Hydraulic outhaul The picture to the right shows the principle of a hydraulic system with ...
... The weight of a carbon mast is considerably lower than the equivalent aluminium section. When designing a new boat, the designer has the option to select a lighter keel for the same righting moment as when using an aluminium ...
All Seldén dinghy mast sections have been designed to give the best stiffness to weight ratio available in an alloy extrusion. Material, section shape and size, and wall thickness all have a major effect on both the static ...
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