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New Wilsecure system holds your gear in place - ashore and afloat

by Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz on 19 Feb 2014
Wilsecure Track and Bracket systems can be fitted anywhere to maximise available space, and are harmless when not in use Wilsecure http://www.wilsecure.co.nz

Do you get frustrated and annoyed when your dive bottles, chilly bins, water tanks get thrown around while you’re out on your boat? If you do then there's a new solution, for this annoying and potentially dangerous situation.

Wilsecure Track and Bracket Systems is an innovative product which has a wide and varied range of uses in the marine environment. The webbed bracket system was conceived and developed by a frustrated fisherman, whose dive bottles and other accessories needed to be secured yet easily obtained when required.

The dive bottles are easily accessible when required, and able to be secured quickly and easily when not in use.

Wilsecure is a fully adjustable, rust proof system which is extremely versatile and user friendly. The track sections can be joined together to provide secure mass storage and the strong webbed strapping is available in varied lengths to suit your needs. The extremely durable anodised aluminium base will withstand the most severe conditions.

It is also tough and strong with the unique design, using quality materials which are lightweight and long lasting. They look smart too.

There are lots of different options available to suit every application from curved brackets to square brackets big and small.

How the bracket system works is really easy, just http://www.wilsecure.co.nz/image/data/A5-schematic.pdf!click_this_link to see how it all works.

Wilsecure's system has many different uses in the marine environment, it also has multiple other applications in day to day life. Use this unique system to secure and tidy items in workshops, motorhomes, service vehicles, ambulances, aircraft, utes, vans, trailers and many more.

A major benefit of Wilsecure is that it is more flexible than other stainless steel brackets, and will not cause a skin gash or scratch damage to other items if they, or you, come into inadvertent contact with the unforgiving steel bracket.

And of course if you are running a trailer boat, then Wilsecure will hold your awkward items in the boat for the trip home.

Wilsecure have a wide range of products to suit your needs from big too small. Have a look on the Wilsecure www.wilsecure.co.nz!online_website to download the online brochure to find a bracket to suit your needs.

Currently the Wilsecure Track and Bracket system is available only for purchase online - to give you the best possible price and enable you deal directly with the manufacturer to find a Wilsecure product that will work for you.




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