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Latest Product Features from Allen - flanged aluminium deck bush and inboard end batten adjuster

by Allen 22 Oct 2021 08:00 UTC
The inboard end batten adjuster © Allen Brothers

A through deck bush, also known as a fairlead, is designed to protect a surface from a rubbing rope or wire, they can also be used to act as a deflecting point.

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  • Guide rope through a surface. 
  • Available in 6 colours. 
  • Easy to install. 
  • Suitable for a wide range of applications. 

Our newest range of flanged aluminium deck bushes feature a wider surface area with two fixing holes, allowing for a simple installation which only requires two screws and no messy bonding agent or silicone.

Four sizes are now available, all of which match the existing range of nylon flanged deck bushes. Making replacement of an old worn-out plastic deck bush with a new aluminium version easy and seamless.

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INBOARD END 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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  • Reduce drag and improve the aerodynamics.
  • Adjustment range of 10mm.
  • Calibration marks.
  • Weighs only 33 grams.
  • Easily fixed to a sail.
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