Muir Winches will this year show new developments on existing popular models in its range at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
The Tasmanian-headquartered company, which is in its 48th year of operation, will exhibit at the show where the team is looking forward to demonstrating evolutions in existing popular products.
Key to the company’s longevity is its products’ reputation of lasting for the long haul. Muir’s team will be on hand at the show to assist customers with getting the most from their existing Muir equipment, while also advising on new purchases.
Muir’s well-regarded Storm range models - VR/C850, VR/C1250 and VR/C2200 - now all have manual recovery as a standard feature. This allows the anchor and chain to be recovered manually in the case of a power failure, and is simple and easy to use.
The Muir team is also looking forward to introducing the popular HR1600 Horizontal model’s new standard composite housing to showgoers. Introducing composite, eliminates corrosion of any type and is stronger than the previous alloy housings.
Muir’s DFF08 Freefall Drum winch is an industry-leader which the team is excited to share with show audiences. The freefall mechanism design is a game-changer which allows for fast deployment of anchor rodes - great for quickly dropping anchor over a bait ball.
Extensive, and ongoing research and development, a newly-installed, 3D ceramic printer for product prototyping and a dedicated design team, enable Muir to quickly react to customisation requests from vessel designers and builders.
Fully class-approved systems are standard projects for the Australian-based business, with Muir priding itself on providing beautiful and robust products which exceed customer’s expectations in engineering functionality and finish quality.
For further information on the Muir series of anchoring systems, as well as expert advice on how to care for your system, visit MUIR in the Main Pavilion, booth 30 at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show.