FSPT0350RB20C01

Quick Pontoon Windlasses

Quick Pontoon Windlasses

Description

The Quick Pontoon Windlasses are specifically designed to weight anchors safely and reliably.

Features

  • IP67 watertight motor to resist marine environments
  • Made to install on-deck or under the deck
  • AISI 316 stainless steel & anodized aluminum
List Price
$1560.00
Your Price
$1,170.00
In Stock

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Details

The PTR is equipped with a bow-roller to make its use more functional andpractical on boats where a windlass cannot be installed, like some multihull types.The Quick bow-roller is specifically designed to weigh anchor safely, thanks to asystem blocking the anchor when it is up.

Features:

  • On-deck or under-deck windlass
  • AISI 316 Stainless Steel & anodized aluminum
  • IP67 watertight motor
  • 98ft of rope
  • 20 lb anchor
  • For boats 26-39 ft.
Notable Specifications:
  • Motor Power: 150 W
  • Motor Supply Voltage: 12 V
  • Maximum Pull: 573.2 lb
  • Maximum Working Load: 220.4 lb
  • Working Load: 88.1 lb
  • Current absorption @ working load: 13 A
  • Maximum Chain Speed: 68.2 ft/min
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Quick Pontoon Windlasses FSPT0350RB20C01 Pontoon windlass with bow-roller
$1170.00
In Stock
Quick Pontoon Windlasses FSPT0350RA20C01 Pontoon windlass with stainless steel bow roller and 18-pound rubber coated anchor
$1485.00
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