Boats up to 16m/55ft

H4 | Vertical Windlass Boats Up to 55ft / 16m | Hiniu Marine

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H4 1200W Windlass Boats up to 16M/55ft

Custom Engineered Permanent Magnet Heavy Duty Motor for Marine Grade needs.
High speed, powerful stainless steel anchor windlass made for the most extreme conditions in the harsh marine environment.
These H series vertical windlass features custom made Permanent Magnet motors, which provides more lifting power than other windlass of its size on the market. Featuring a vertical shaft design, the gearbox motor is hidden below deck, giving us a silent operation. Deck gypsy constructed from 316 stainless steel with mirror polishing finish, it provides us a long term trouble-free operation. H series windlass designed to work with chain only or rope/chain combination. Its drop speed up to 38m per minute. Each windlass includes Gypsy parts, Gearbox/Motor, Solenoid, Handle, Switch Panel, Foot switch, and Installation Guide for efficient and easy mounting on your boat.

Key Features:
Self-lock design gearbox
Just the gypsy above deck
Suitable for large anchor lockers
Powerful permanent magnet motor
High speed drop up to 38m per. minute
Works with chain only or rope/chain combination
Minimum fall of 406mm (18″) is recommended in order to have enough gravity to pull the rode down into the locker

Product Description:
Ideal for boats up to 16m/55ft
Suitable for Anchor size up to 25kg
Custom made 1200W Permanent Magnet Motors
Powerful yet extremely compact design vertical windlass
Gypsy designed to 5/16″ (8mm) DIN766 Short Link chain, and 5/8″ Rope
Ideal for mounting deck thickness is 25mm – 65mm.
Ideal Cable size 35mm squares(normal cable length).
Available in two version: with rope drum or without
Designed for boats: 10m to 16m / 35ft. to 55ft.

Each Windlass includes the following as standard:

400 Amp Solenoid
Marine Grade Circuit Breaker
Anodized Alloy Toggle Switch Panel
All Nuts, Bolts, & Washers Needed for Installation
Warranty Information, Switch Panel Template, Installation Instructions