1. Lewmar Contents. CATALOGUE C. Aquafax Limited, 1 Dencora Way, Sundon Business Park, Luton, Beds LU3 3HP. Tel:() Fax:() This catalogue marks a new dawn for Lewmar; throughout the business there is a renewed .. sailboat, Lewmar has a windlass designed to fit your exact needs. steering, and Navtec rigging, Lewmar can supply a complete control solution tailored design concepts showcased in this catalogue integrate seamlessly with.
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Lewmar has been designing and manufacturing innovative control solutions for sail and motor boats since With a portfolio that includes hardware, winches, hydraulics, windlasses, thrusters, hatch and portlight, steering, and Navtec rigging, Lewmar can supply a complete control solution tailored to your specifc applications and functional requirements. Drawing upon a wealth of experience and strong relationships with customers, naval architects, and boat yards, our Design Engineers are constantly developing the Lewmar Range. The latest design concepts showcased in this catalogue integrate seamlessly with existing products, offering you the peace of mind of a complete solution from one manufacturer. From quotation through to delivery and after sales support, our focus remains on quality and performance, in both the equipment that we supply and the service that you receive, leaving you free to enjoy your time afoat. The Solar Hatch draws on a wealth of hatch design and in-house production experience to produce an attractive source of solar power. Customer feedback and market demands are translated into a comprehensive programme of new product development.
Remove the stripper from the Gypsy. To replace the Gypsy, reverse the above procedure. Allow the Control Arm to return to its normal position.
The Allen Wrench should be used initially to push the Control Arm Pivot in towards the centerline of the windlass. Allow it to travel clockwise as far as it can and, using some side force on the wrench, withdraw the Pivot. Remove the Control Arm, Pivot Pin one half of their diameter and continue with two further tucks.
With a hot knife, carefully melt the ends back into the line. Because of wide variations in rope type and construction some experimentation may be required. Whip the line with permanent whipping at the beginning of the taper. The above method of joining is designed to minimize chafe between the rope and chain but as a matter of prudent seamanship the splice 11 Washer 34 and Torsion Spring from the maincase. Reverse this procedure to replace the Control Arm.
Place the Torsion Spring in the hole, ensuring that the outer tang is aligned parallel to the ridge on the maincase and the dog leg is parallel to the deck. Insert it through the hole on the maincase and engage the spring with its slot. Then turn it anti-clockwise as far as it will go. Using side force again, pull the wrench out until the head of the Pivot Pin sits slightly proud of the case. Remove the Seal and replace it with a new one.
Clean the stripped down components in kerosene, dry them and inspect them for wear.
To reassemble, reverse the above procedure. Rebuild the windlass applying generous amounts of grease. Withdraw the motor from the Main Case. Note that silicone is used to seal the holes in the case where the motor wires pass through.
Be careful not to strip the insulation from the Motor Wires when pulling them through the Main Case. Replace the Motor by reversing the above procedure, using fresh silicone to seal the wire holes in the case.
The geartrain and its bearings have been lubricated for you with SFG grease and should require no regular attention. Use grease of a similar specification throughout.
It is recommended that the external Drive Shaft components be stripped, cleaned and re-greased at least annually. To do this, the Gypsy 3 and Stripper 4 should be removed as detailed above. Inspect the Main Case Wiper Seal 29 for signs of wear.
If the seal is found to be unserviceable, the Gypsy Drive Shaft 30 will have to be withdrawn and seal replaced. Do not use a screwdriver or sharp edged tool to pry the Geartrain Cover open.
If there is sealant present, use a razor blade to cut through it. Remove the 2nd Compound Gear Assembly 22 , NOTE rotate this gear assembly as you pull on it, eventually this action will orientate a flat on its washer and allow the assembly to pass the Drive Shaft Gear Gently tap the Drive Roller 27 through the Drive Shaft. The Drive Shaft can now be withdrawn with or This problem is a result of not securing the anchor rode combined with the Clutch Nut 1 being slack.
Tighten the clutch nut using the tool provided and always secure the anchor rode independently of the windlass whenever it is not being deployed or recovered.
Therefore it is essential that the proper voltage be maintained. The proper voltage on a 12 volt system is Constant low voltage will destroy the motor.
Ensure that electrical cable size is large enough to handle the current draw imposed upon it and to keep the voltage drop within acceptable limits. Follow the charts to troubleshoot the problem. The battery may also have be dead or disconnected. Check voltage at the output terminals of the control switch with the switch on forward then reverse.
Is there voltage at either output terminal for forward then reverse? Sluggish Operation Troubleshooting Chart Ease the load and ensure the battery is well charged.
Is the windlass overloaded? Check for undersized cables, poor connections or corroded connections.
Also check for resistance across the battery isolation switch or solenoid. Feel them to see if they are heating up. Check the voltage across the motor leads with the windlass on. Proper voltage is Is the voltage low? Below Above The motor is defective. Replace the motor. Operate a switch.
Is there voltage at the positive switch terminal on the solenoid? If okay, replace the contactor. Keep the switch activated.
Is there voltage at the main output terminal on the contactor? If voltage is present, the motor is defective. If you have any questions call Lewmar Inc. WARRANTY ii Lewmar warrants the Pro-Series windlass in normal usage to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five years from date of purchase by the original purchaser, subject to the conditions, limitations and exceptions listed below.
Buyers intending to use them for any other purpose should seek advice from Lewmar, and Lewmar shall be under no liability arising from use, which Lewmar has not approved.
E This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other legal rights, which vary, from country to country. Prices are ex-warehouse and are those ruling at the date of despatch and exclude VAT, which will be charged as appropriate.
Quotations can only be regarded as firm when they are put in writing. Verbal estimates are made purely for indicative purposes. An authorization will be issued on approval of return. All carriage charges on returned goods must be prepaid.
Items returned in a damaged condition will not be credited at full value. Custom fabricated items or parts will not be accepted for return. These items can also be ordered from our Web site. We will be pleased to inform you of your nearest supplier. For the latest information regarding any aspect of the windlass please contact our web site, www. All Rights Reserved. From quotation through to delivery and after sales support, our focus remains on quality and performance, in both the equipment that we supply and the service that you receive, leaving you free to enjoy your time afoat.
The Solar Hatch draws on a wealth of hatch design and in-house production experience to produce an attractive source of solar power.
Customer feedback and market demands are translated into a comprehensive programme of new product development. The following pages showcase a few of the current concepts which are in design. With the touch of a button, sailors are able to trim sails both in and out.
Push one button and the winch sheets in quickly to the Working Load Limit. A well-specifed motor removes the added complication of switching between slow and fast forward gears. Simply push another button to electrically backwind the winch, while the insertion of a winch handle automatically changes to a familiar two-speed manual operation. Features Available in fve sizes 40, 45, 50, 55,65 No modifcation to the standard bolting pattern and deck cut-outs Direct size for size upgrade from a standard electric EVO winch to a REVO winch Uses proven winch internals so retains all the benefts of the EVO Winch Simple two button operation, one to pull rope in and another to pay rope out Operates as a normal two speed manual winch when a winch handle is inserted Four patents pendingCaptive Reel WindlassThe Captive Reel Windlass is designed to provide a full anchoring solution for vessels ranging in size from 5.
Features Rode stowage without the need for a locker Self locking no need for cleat or chain stopper Fully remote operation can be deployed and retrieved from the helm High quality materials and construction Free fall deployment of anchor currently planned for higher tier options www.
Fabricated from an advanced, fexible, high-modulus carbon composite material with a thermoplastic base, Navtec TFC allows new options and enhancements that are currently unavailable with other rigid and fexible, thermo-set, carbon-fbre, composite rigging products. Navtec TFC can be used with existing rod rigging deck, mast and spreader interfaces, making conversion from rod rigging easy. Equipment upgrades using titanium fttings can further optimize the existing rigging package.
The same high modulus thermoplastic carbon fbre composite material that forms the structural rigging mid-span is moulded and fused into a confguration that physically interlocks into the titanium end fttings.
This high strength termination requires no addition of epoxy or other adhesive materials permitting the use of smaller ftting to minimise weight and optimise shape to reduce windage. Navtec TFC weighs approximately one third the weight of equivalent rod rigging and offers a long life span, as well as improved durability.
Shrouds can be covered with a choice of protective covers to prevent sail damage and chafe at deck level, or can be loosely compacted at higher locations to reduce weight and windage. We aim to relieve the aching muscles that often come with anchoring and give you more confdence when docking. Thats why each anchor and windlass we bring to the market is made of the fnest quality materials and engineered for excellence.
Each one is crafted with durability, convenience and affordability in mind. Both our vertical and horizontal designs are sleek and attractive to complement your boat. Many parameters have to be taken into account when selecting a windlass, such as displacement, windage, anchor weight etc.