SPH-3I-W

Scanpod Helm Pod 3 Instrument Uncut

Scanpod Helm Pod 3 Instrument Uncut

Description

The Scanpod Helm Pod 3 Instrument Uncut offers options to fit radar displays, chartplotters, and standard navigation instruments.

Features

  • Accommodates 3/4 Standard Instruments
  • Range Fits 8"-15"
  • Universal Helm Fixing
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Details

 

  • Universal Helm Fixing
    Fits pedestal rails from 25mm to 33.7mm (0.98" - 1.33"). Using a unique clamping system, the Pod can fit rail widths from 178mm (7") upwards.
  • Secure & Watertight Install
    Saddle system supports the stainless tubing enabling a secure and rigid fit onto any pedestal and also ensures a watertight seal at cable entry
  • No Drill Fixing Kit
    Customised U-bolts fit around rail and through the saddles into the back of the pod eliminating the need for time consuming and awkward drilling of the stainless rail.
  • Hassle Free Install & Service
    Fixings fit from back to front cutting their threads into injection moulded ABS inserts designed into the Pod front. This design allows for a quick and safe install and repeat servicing.
  • Increased Protection
    Pod seal is manufactured from a high tear strength silicone, it has a very high resistance to heat and UV so you can have confidence that it won't deteriorate over time.
  • Supplied Uncut
    As standard you will receive your Scanpod uncut. For larger orders, a factory cutting service is available.
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Scanpod Helm Pod 3 Instrument Uncut SPH-3I-W Helm Pod 3 Instrument Uncut, White
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