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Wichard announce new generation NEX furlassist for easy furling

by Wichard Pacific 7 Nov 2019 21:24 UTC
Nex tourelle © Richard Pacific

Wichard Pacific, a global leader and distributor of deck hardware, is pleased to announce the new generation NEX furlassist easy ratchet (2 direction) furling system for optimal and safe furling.

The NEX furler with furlassist includes

  • New terminal options available (lashing eye, 3:1 block, 2:1 block, swivel lock etc...)
  • New cableless thimbles
  • Larger spools / lighter systems
  • Carbon steel 100C6 bearings
  • Standard range up to 100' yachts or 350m2 sail area
  • Maintenance free
Seven standard models will be available in the range, 0.9, 1.5, 2.5, 4.0, 6.5, 8.0 and 12.0 and a much broader range of terminals to adapt to each deck lay-out. Wichard will quote on sizes up to 20T.

The furlassist is unique and designed to provide super safe furling and uses a new composite material cage for shock absorption and improved protection.

For more details go to www.wichard.com.au.

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