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New Allen Inboard End Batten Adjuster and 60mm Dynamic Block Features

by Allen 21 Nov 2020 07:30 GMT
Allen A.951-10 inboard end batten adjuster © Allen

NEW - Batten Adjuster

The inboard end batten adjuster – A.951-10 – has been developed alongside one of the worlds leading sailmakers.

Designed to sit at the luff of the sail up by the mast where the wind is already turbulent. The A.951-10 allows the sailmaker to streamline the trailing edge of the sail.

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60mm Dynamic Block Features

60mm Dynamic Blocks feature our patented Dynamic bearing technology, which comprises of high-quality stainless steel ball bearings running on stainless steel rails. This provides unsurpassed performance under load. The large central hole is for tie-on becket requirements but also give this block range a distinctive style and significant weight reduction.

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