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2018/19 Suppliers & Services

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product highlights 2017

product highlights 2017 Gen 2 free float HydroHoist launched HarborHoist Gen 2, a free floating boat lift that is compatible with fixed or floating docks. It works in slips of varying size and shape to suit nearly all boat styles and has an aluminium level lifting frame and rugged marine polyethylene tanks. The unit can be tied to the dock or secured using a conventional mooring system and is controlled by a push button. Walkways are mounted on the top of the tanks that run the Marex launches new custom-built pedestals full length of the lift for easy access to a boat in both the up or down position. Additional features include adjustable hull pads, optional centring guides and simple assembly and installation. Croatian company Marex Elektrostroj added two new power pedestals, called Zulu and Sierra, to its existing range. The result of collaboration between professional engineers and designers, the Zulu pedestal has increased sheet thickness and improved construction. The company describes it as the most robust pedestal on the Croatian market, representing a blend of the company’s tradition and modernity. Measuring 100cm x 40cm x 25cm (39in x 26in x 10in) and built of stainless steel with a custom-colour plastic coating, Zulu features a front panel customisable illuminated logo and has up to four power connections. The slightly larger Sierra (right) model is designed as a modern, durable pedestal offering a wide range of power supply options, making it ideal for megayachts with a power limit of up to 250A. It offers the same range of customisable features. Both models offer remote control and an electric and water monitoring system, if required, and are constructed using parts made by Eaton. EZ paddling EZ Dock turned its attention to paddle sports with the release of the EZ Kayak Launch. The port features innovative built-in hand holes to help the user pull onto the port or push into the water via entries/exits on each side. Onepiece construction, integrated paddle notches and v-shaped entry make launching and docking safe, easy and dry – even as water levels change. Electric truck options Hoist Liftruck rolled out its first AC powerdriven Lazer series forklift aimed at significantly reducing maintenance costs for customers. The FR series also came with an electric option last year. With the AC Lazer, the company became one of the first manufacturers worldwide to offer AC power in highcapacity electric lift trucks, culminating in the Lazer E400 with a 40,000lb (18,144kg) load rating. Nano makes debut Italian company MGA launched Nano, a new model in its Leonardo power pedestal range. Nano can be upgraded with a touch screen monitor and an air conditioning system and has a removable electricity receptacle. Customisable to suit any marina colour, it has a mirror finish stainless steel shell covered with WPC slats. 12 - Suppliers & Services 2018/2019

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