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Stainless steel / galvanized mooring spring
Manufactured in specific HR stainless steel. Equipped with anti-corner caps in order to improve noiselessness.Equipped with anti-slackening limit switches and the special heads allow a perfect axiality during the conversion.
Made of high-strength galvanized steel.
Our springs guarantee that they will not become brittle and will maintain their cushioning capacity over time.- High resistance special steel and galvanized version. - Polished stainless steel version , high resistance.To be installed with a safety chain.
Made of elastic, weather-resistant polyurethane, it can be snapped onto the rope in any position. Mounting more SNUBBER increases the cushioning effect.
The Master Mooring shock absorbers have an elastomer function and are manufactured in 3 different models.Thanks to its high-tech components, they are able to absorb very high loads.
Designed for protecting the winch from the anchor pull load when the boat is at anchor.
Innovative hydraulic shock absorber in aluminium and stainless steel, silent and long lasting for a stable and safe mooring.
Stainless steel shock absorber, guarantees exceptional strength and durability even when submerged, the effectiveness and continuity of the mooring line even after severe overloads providing a higher level of safety to the entire mooring system.
High strength model, complete with anti-skid plates, tie rods with stainless steel bolts.To be installed with a safety chain.
This technological innovation makes the spring work progressively. First the closely spaced coils work, then the more closely spaced coils work. This avoids recoils and violent end-of-stroke which wear out the springs and make them practically useless.To be installed with a safety chain.
For boats of 14 m and 12000 kg
Made of Dyneema tape. System to absorb the energy of an uncontrolled gybe. Very easy to install between the boom and the mainsail hoist, the shock absorber opens at the pre-set load and prevents damage to the rigging to prevent structural failure of the rig.