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Profurl offers a wide range of manual furling systems. Whatever your sailing program (cruising, racing, off shore), the size of your boat, the Profurl systems will meet your requirements. Find out our 3 ranges of manual furling systems:
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Very reliable manual reefing system, which is distinguished by an elegant design as well as a maximum of functionality. Available in five system sizes, represents the third generation development of manual reefing systems for yachts of 30 to 90 foot in length. The one-piece aluminium extruded profiles feature higher torsion resistance combined with a weight saving of up to 25%. In designing this non-corrosive and virtually maintenance-free system, particular emphasis was placed on simple assembly.
High performance manual furling gear. The furler is equipped with a 60mm adjuster accessible from the top of the drum. Adjusting the forestay does not change the tack swivel height. The sail is tacked with Dyneema loop shackles. The foil sections are made out of carbon to reduce the top weight. The RS3000 is standard on the Swan 42 NYYC boats.
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Traditionally, arepas are made by dehulling and degerming previously soaked whole kernels by manually grinding maize kernels in a pilon, a wooden mortar. The bran and germ are removed by repeatedly rinsing the mixture containing the endosperm with water. This fraction is then cooked and milled to prepare a dough that will be shaped and cooked (baked or fried) to obtain the arepa.18 The traditional process for preparing homemade arepas involves soaking, cooking, cooling, draining, grinding, and forming a dough piece for additional grilling or baking. The process takes 18 or more hours to complete in the home.