FGBT11025120A00

Quick BTQ Bow Thrusters

Quick BTQ Bow Thrusters

Description

The Quick BTQ Bow Thruster is a single propeller bow thruster composed of a sturdy composite material.

Features

  • Solenoid Is Protected By A Sturdy Composite Material
  • Gearbox Is Composed Of Bronze
  • Zinc Anode Is Independent From Gearbox Which Allows An Easy Replacement
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$1500.00
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$1,125.00
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Quick BTQ Bow Thrusters FGBT11025120A00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 110-25 DC, 25kgf, 1.3kw
$1125.00
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Quick BTQ 125-30 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 30kgf, 1.5kw FGBT12530120A00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 125-30 DC, 30kgf, 1.5kw
$1275.00
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Quick BTQ 125-40 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 40kfg, 2.2kw FGBT12540120A00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 125-40 DC, 40kfg, 2.2kw
$1462.50
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Quick BTQ 140-30 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 30kgf, 1.5kW FGBT14030120D00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 140-30 DC, 30kgf, 1.5kw
$1687.50
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Quick BTQ 140-40 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 40kgf, 2.2kW FGBT14040120D00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 140-40 DC, 40kgf, 2.2kw
$1762.50
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Quick BTQ 185-55 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 55kgf, 3kW FGBT18055120D00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 185-55 DC, 55kgf, 3kw
$2100.00
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Quick BTQ 185-75 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 75kgf, 4kW FGBT18075120A00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 185-75 DC, 75kgf, 4kw
$2325.00
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Quick BTQ 185-95 DC Bow Thruster - 12V, 95kgf, 6kw FGBT18095120A00 BTQ Bow Thruster, 12V, 185-90 DC, 95kgf, 6kw
$4125.00
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Quick Thruster Push Button Controller FNTCD1022000D00 Thruster Push Button Controller
$213.75
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Quick Thruster Joystick Controller FNTCD1042000D00 Thruster Joystick Controller
$262.50
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