H2GD WINDLASS (GYPSY / DRUM) 8MM 12V - FOR BOATS UP TO 48 FT., MAX PULL: 1433 LBS

$1,020.00

  • Brand: Anchors & Docking
  • Product Code: AXB01317GPL
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Ex Tax: $1,020.00
Lewmar H2GD Windlass - 8mm 12v
The Lewmar H2GD Windlass is the stylish, horizontal H-Series Windlasses use the reliable worm gearbox technology. The integral contactor simplifies wiring and is protected by a durable maincase. The unit's waterproof seal requires minimum maintenance, and since you can install it in one piece, getting started is quick and easy.
 
H2GD Windlass Features:
H Series Horizontal Windlass
700 W Motor
Maximum Pulling Power: 1433 lbs
Integral Contactor: Protected By Maincase
Made of Stainless Steel
Aluminium & Composite Maincase: For Reduced Weight
Windlass Gypsy/Drum 5/16" G4 Chain & 9/16"-5/8" Line
Sealed Waterproof Unit
Robust Horizontal Worm Motor-Gearbox
Stainless Steel Warping Drum
For Boats Up To 48 ft 
Includes: 
Built in Dual Direction Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Rocker Switch
Gypsy/Drum 5/16" G4 Chain & 9/16"-5/8" Line

 

What size windlass would best suit your boat? 

If you have a 10m (33 ft) boat, typically a 270kg (600 lb) pull windlass would be selected. The rule to crosscheck your windlass selection is to add the total weight of the chain and the weight of the anchor together. Rope is very light and does not affect the actual lifting performance of the windlass, but can be factored in. For safe cruising in all types of conditions and sea areas, Lewmar recommends that you multiply the total weight of your anchor and chain by 4. This number should be less than the maximum pull of the windlass you have selected. Should your findings be at or more than the maximum pull, select the next largest windlass. The windlass does not stow the anchor rode in the locker. Gravity stows the rode in the locker. There must be a free and clear area under the hawse pipe for the incoming rode to lie; if not the rode will jam. Your windlass is a retrieval device; the windlass retrieves the anchor and rode. A windlass is not a high load bearing device. When at anchor your rode should be secured to a cleat or other mooring point on the bow.

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