Series 80, 120 & 160 furlers include a standard D shackle on the underside of the furler.
Connection posts of Series 200 & 280 furlers are compatible with shackle, snap shackle or fairlead attachment – supplied separately.
Series 200 & 280 furlers feature a fast pin to facilitate easy changeover of sails sharing a common furler set.
Quick furling line installation and removal requires no tools .
Maintenance-free bearing systems.
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Ronstan’s Continuous Line Furlers put great performance and reliability within the reach of cruising and racing sailors alike.
ADVANCED DRUM TECHNOLOGY
The range matches drum diameters to load ratings providing the optimum balance between speed and ease of furling. Drums incorporate a machined groove profile and cross-hole geometry to grip the furling line securely. When deploying the sail the continuous furling line self-ejects from the grip zone, remaining stationary for smoother, safer operation with minimum rope wear. A PTFE perimeter strip ensures the unloaded furling line can’t fall from the drum or become snagged.
MAINTENANCE FREE BEARING SYSTEM
Furlers and top swivels feature a factory sealed, maintenance free bearing. Roller bearing sets run on hardened races for smooth high load performance.
EASY CONTINUOUS LINE INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
The continuous furling line is easily fitted and removed from the furler, so it can be left on deck when the sail and furler are stowed below.
SECURE & FLEXIBLE ATTACHMENT OPTIONS
Furlers and top swivels have retained clevis pins and top swivels have a snag-free low profile shackle pin head. Attachment options include quick release pins, high resistance shackles, snap shackles, fairleads and torsion rope thimbles. The furling line guide can be adjusted to suit either 0° or 90° attachment, as required to match the take-off alignment and deck layout.
ROTATION STOP ACCESSORY
A compact rotation stop can be added to compatible models of furlers to ensure inadvertent unfurling of the sail doesn’t occur. The rotation stop is simply installed on the underside of the furler and can be locked out when in use, or in when the sail is furled or stowed.