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Colligo Marine Furlers

by Colligo Marine 8 Jan 10:42 PST
Colligo Marine Code 0 Furlers © Colligo Marine

Colligo Marine Code 0 Furlers are unique in that they are all designed with maintenance free bearing systems, but they can all be taken apart and serviced if needed. With an extensive use of titanium our furlers offer great performance and durability!

Our Code 0 Furlers are simple and require no maintenance. They are designed for a continuous drive line so you never run out of line when rolling up your sail.

The large jaws are designed to accommodate many styles of torque line fittings. Also, the large diameter sheaves aid in handling sails in demanding conditions.

Top down Spinnaker Furlers

Made for furling curved luff asymmetrical spinnaker sails. Top Down Spinnaker Furlers use a torsionally stiff "Torque Rope" to transmit torque up from the lower drive end of the furler to the head of the sail allowing the sail to be furled from the top down. The tack of the sail is allowed to spin independently of the torque rope ensuring that the sail will not get twisted on the torque rope.

Colligo Marine has one of the best torque ropes on the market!

Spinnaker Furler Sizing:

  • For sails to 700 Sq ft use the CF1.5
  • For sails to 1000 Sq ft use the CN3S
  • For sails to 2,000 Sq ft use the CN5S

Sizing also depends on sail type and weight, predicted usage and boat geometry.

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