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LWP814-3/8PC
Price:$462.00 EachIn Stock (13)
CHAINWHEEL F/ 3/8"PC/HT CHAIN #276h
     
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Gypsy chain 3/8" HT, #276h

Replaces old item number LWP8142-M10.
No features specified
NameDescription
Lofrans Item Number631122
Manufacturers Part No631122
Lofrans Drawing Number276h
Available in Spares KitSold only as individual part
Approximate Ship Weight (lbs)5
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Frequently Asked Questions About Anchor Products

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1. What Types of Anchor Chains Are Available in Your Anchor Products Range?

Our selection of anchor products includes a variety of anchor chains such as galvanized steel and stainless steel options. These are available in multiple sizes and lengths to suit different anchoring needs and boat sizes.

 

2. Can You Explain the Differences Between Anchor Lines and Anchor Rodes?

Anchor lines typically refer to the rope part of the anchoring system, often made from nylon due to its strength and elasticity. Anchor rodes, on the other hand, can be a combination of both chain and rope, providing added durability and shock absorption. Our product range covers both options to cater to diverse boating requirements.

 

3. What Are the Benefits of Installing an Anchor Windlass from Your Product Offerings?

Installing an anchor windlass from our collection enhances the anchoring process by providing mechanical assistance in lifting and lowering the anchor, which can be strenuous if done manually. Our anchor windlasses are designed for reliability and ease of use, making them ideal for both recreational and professional vessels.

 

4. What Anchoring Accessories Do You Recommend for a Secure Anchoring System?

We recommend considering anchor snubbers, chain hooks and swivels to enhance the security and functionality of your anchoring system. These accessories help in managing the anchor chain, reducing wear and tear, and preventing the anchor from dislodging.

 

5. How Do I Choose the Right Capstan or Windlass for My Boat?

Choosing the right capstan or windlass depends on your boat’s size, the weight of the anchor, and your typical anchoring conditions. Our experts here at Imtra can help guide you through the selection process to ensure you get a product that meets your needs and enhances your boating experience.

 

6. Are There Any Specific Maintenance Tips for Electrical Switchgear Used in Marine Environments?

Marine environments are harsh, and regular maintenance is crucial for electrical switchgear. It is important to routinely check for corrosion, ensure all connections are tight, and apply a marine-grade anti-corrosion spray to protect the components. Always follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for specific maintenance recommendations.

 

7. What Parts and Kits Should I Have on Hand for Quick Repairs on My Anchoring System?

We suggest keeping spare solenoid control boxes, circuit breakers, remote controls, and chain counters in your repair kit. These items are essential for quick fixes and to ensure your anchoring system remains operational during long voyages.

 

8. How Do Anchor Rollers and Swivels Improve the Anchoring Process?

Anchor rollers help in guiding the anchor and chain smoothly over the bow, which reduces wear and prevents damage to your boat. Anchor swivels prevent the anchor chain from twisting, which is crucial during changes in tide or boat position. These components are key for a stress-free anchoring experience.

 

9. What Safety Precautions Should Be Considered When Using Windlasses and Capstans?

Safety is paramount when operating windlasses and capstans. Always ensure that the area is clear of loose clothing and limbs. Use non-slip footwear and keep a proper stance to avoid any mishaps. Additionally, regularly inspect your equipment to ensure it is in good working condition.

 

10. How Can I Determine the Correct Size and Type of Anchor for My Boat?

The size and type of anchor depend on your boat’s length, weight, and the seabed conditions where you typically anchor. Our team is available to assist you in selecting the most suitable anchor type, whether it's for muddy, sandy, or rocky bottoms.