Code Zero Furlers

Code Zero Furlers

Code Zero furlers are used with free-flying asymmetrical headsails and staysails. Suitable for boats up to 125 ft (38 m), they tame Code Zero sails, screechers, Gennakers and staysails.

About CDI Code Zero Furlers
The New Spinnaker Furler now being offered by CDI finally delivers to the sailboat owner a reasonably priced system for handling a Cruising Spinnaker from the cockpit. If you already own a Code Zero furler by Facnor, Harken, or other manufacturer but would rather fly a true cruising spinnaker, CDI has a conversion kit to convert your Code Zero furler to a Spinnaker Furler.

About Facnor FX Gennaker Furlers
Continuous line Code Zero & Gennaker Furler (FX) are made of two main components, one flat continuous line drum and one swivel. This model eliminates the override of the furling line (no overlapping round the drum). The low-profile design of the drum allows a maximum luff and the large diameter gives more furling power. It is half weight of a standard Gennaker furler. The new opening guide makes the FX furler easier to use. Facnor offers a wide range of gennaker furlers suitable from 6.50 up to the mega-yachts. Facnor, as originator of Gennaker continuous line furlers, has the longest experience in this type of products. These have been tested during ocean races in rough weather conditions, for instance onboard Groupama III.

About Harken Code Zero Furlers
Originally built for Volvo 60s, Harken Code Zero Furlers are used with free-flying asymmetrical headsails and staysails. Suitable for boats up to 21 m (70 ft.), they tame Code Zero sails, screechers, Gennakers, and staysails. The eight-faceted sheave-drive grips line aggressively to furl huge sails with minimal line. The large diameter makes furling smooth and easy. The 3126 and 3127 Code Zero’s spring-loaded arms hold line captive in the sheave. Arms open to remove the line for quick unfurling, or to strike the furler. A built-in stripper safely guides line out of the furler. The lower unit incorporates a quick sail disconnect by pushing a spring-loaded button.

About Profurl NEX Code Zero Furlers
Developed through Profurl's know-how and R&D. NEX has been developed to improve performance of your yacht and ensure safe, optimum deployment of your flying sails. NEX is made for every sailor, professional or amateur. The NEX flying-sail furler is composed of 2 mechanisms, the spool and swivel, each with terminals allowing for fitting or use. An anti-twist torque rope which transmits the rotation up to the head of the sail is fitted inside the luff of the sail supplied by the sailmaker.

About Ronstan Code Zero Furlers 
Developed through Profurl's know-how and R&D. NEX has been developed to improve performance of your yacht and ensure safe, optimum deployment of your flying sails. NEX is made for every sailor, professional or amateur.

The NEX flying-sail furler is composed of 2 mechanisms, the spool and swivel, each with terminals allowing for fitting or use. An anti-twist torque rope which transmits the rotation up to the head of the sail is fitted inside the luff of the sail supplied by the sailmaker.

About Selden Code X Furlers 
Selden Code X furlers are operated with an endless furling line running over a line driver. A narrow line guide fitting leads the line on to the line driver and gives a good grip. A wedge-shaped line stripper separates the line when unfurling, allowing the line driver to spin freely. The furling line is usually led all the way back to the cockpit. To help handling the endless control line, Selden has a new custom Tandem-block. This is a fiddle block with two cam cleats. As an alternative, a shorter furling line can be operated by the foredeck crew.