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E3 Andromeda: the smallest of Ewol propellers

by Ewol 29 Sep 09:40 BST
Ewol Andromeda © Ewol

Small but powerful, it has a slim and light body and it's suitable for boats from 6 to 10 meters and engines from 7 to 30 hp.

Lighter, but always very performing with the engine both forward and reverse, and increases the sailing speed in the utmost silence. Like the larger sisters Orion and Pegasus but with the same features and cutting-edge technology in materials and solutions and with the latest generation "Sword blades" that are efficient and silent.

Ewol Andromeda is a cutting-edge feathering propeller made by Ewol using high-resistance stainless steels. Like her larger sisters E3 Orion and E4 Pegasus, its core is made up of gears that allow the blades to navigate according to the fluid threads of the water while sailing and provide the correct angle of incidence during engine navigation, improving both performances under sail and under engine.

The orientation of the blades is fully automatic and the micrometric setting of the pitch is performed from the outside using the adjustment ring. This allows the thrust to be optimized during the motorized gear, providing high cruising speeds at a low number of revs, with the consequent reductions in fuel consumption.

Ewol Andromeda brilliantly solves the problem of the lack of maneuverability of the boats when reversing, especially under difficult environmental conditions such as strong winds, limited spaces, rough seas, etc.

Ewol Andromeda propeller was designed to be installed, removed and adjusted with ease in just a few minutes, even with the boat in water.

Ewol Andromeda contains innovative technical solutions in its shell combined with the use of advanced materials that guarantee mechanical characteristics and corrosion resistance that are far superior to those of traditional propellers.

Ewol Andromeda will be presented to the public for the first time at the Genoa Boat Show 2020 - Accessories Pavilion B - 1st floor - Stand TU14

Since 1997 Ewol has been manufacturing adjustable pitch propellers for the propulsion of boats, using high-tech materials and technical solutions.

A continuously active R&D department and attentive and punctual customer service ensure that Ewol products are appreciated all over the world for their advantages in maneuverability, boat speed and for the simplicity of installation and adjustment.

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