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“EJF” ELECTRIC FORESAIL FURLER The technological evolution in the world of sailing yachts is more and more directed towards motorised mechanisms. Bamar presents a line of electric furlers that have higher pull capacity, allow for synchronization among different movements, and are simple to install. Better performances on sailing yachts increase comfort onboard bringing it to the same level, if not higher, of a motor yacht. EJF originates from a combination between technology and design. The electric foresail furler allows you to reef, furl or unfurl the sail by pushing a button. A model for sailing boats from 15 to 25 m is available. The reversible furling operation is based on a worm gear that grants the mechanical lock (it prevents the sail from unfurling under load) when the sail is furled in. The lower connection may rotate by 90° in order to adapt to any type of chain plate. The furler is manufactured in anodised aluminium with stainless steel type AISI 316 components. The forestay tension may be adjusted with a standard winch handle that acts on a self-locking worm gear. When the handle is inserted, it automatically disconnects the electric motor in order to prevent an accidental motorized operation. HOW TO PLACE THE ORDER 1. Determine the model depending on stay length and diameter, foresail area, boat length, and boat voltage. 2. Choose the type of electric plant you want to install (please refer to product group B40). EJF 4 Voltage Foil section Stay ø mm ROD # Stay length m 25.5 33.0 42.0

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