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NAVTEX Manual was first produced in 1988. Three subsequent editions have been produced, with the fourth edition published in 2005 containing amendments endorsed by the Maritime Safety Committee at its sev-enty-eighth session in May 2004 by MSC/Circ.1122. At its seventh meeting in September 2005, the IHO Commission on the

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checked by your authorized Navtec hydraulic service center. www.Navtec.net [email protected]Navtec.net 351 New Whitfield Street • Guilford, CT 06437 USA • Tel (203) 458-3163 • Fax (203) 458-9291 215-443 backstay manual.indd 1-2 2/7/08 12:05:44 PM

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NAVTTC is an autonomous public sector body created through the NAVTTC Act-2011 that is presently working under the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. NAVTTC was established as an attached entity of the Prime Minister’s Secretariat (Public) to promote and regulate technical and vocational training in the country.

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NATEC Official Website - Requires special access. NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL DATA AND ENGINEERING SERVICE COMMAND. Detachment Lemoore. Hangar 3, 270 Reeves Blvd, Naval Air Station, Lemoore, CA. 93246. “supporting the F/A-18 aircraft and weapons systems--- West Coast and Overseas, ashore or afloat.”. Short History.

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In continuous production for almost 50 years, Navtec was the pioneer and is still the leader in Hydraulic Systems for Sailboats. Navtec Hydraulic systems offer precise control and a significant sailing advantage for racers and cruisers. Whether your boat is a 30′ Cruiser, a Grand Prix race yacht or a 200 foot Superyacht, a Navtec Hydraulics system can be customized to meet your exact ...

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Manuals. AIS Engine. AIS Plotter. Clipper BM1+BM2. Clipper Depth. EX-1. Clipper Tactical Wind System. Clipper Wireless Wind. Electromagnetic Speed Log.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How and when to add oil about your new Navtec series?

    About your new Navtec Series 9 Integral Backstay Adjuster Congratulations on the purchase of your new Navtec Series 9 Integral Backstay Adjuster. More than a decade ago, we pioneered the Integral concept: a backstay adjuster that enables better sailing performance through superior engineering, mechanics, and ergonomics. Since

  • How big does a Navtec hydraulic system need to be?

    Navtec Hydraulic systems offer precise control and a significant sailing advantage for racers and cruisers. Whether your boat is a 30′ Cruiser, a Grand Prix race yacht or a 200 foot Superyacht, a Navtec Hydraulics system can be customized to meet your exact requirements.

  • What does the Navtec series 9 integral backstay adjuster do?

    The new Navtec Series 9 Integral Backstay Adjuster is designed to help you point higher, relieve unnecessary hull stresses while on the mooring, and ease the use of your roller furling system. Your integral combines a high-pressure hydraulic cylinder and

  • What kind of warranty does Navtec have?

    1. WARRANTY: Navtec warrants its products, in normal usage, to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from date of original purchase by the user, subject to the conditions and limitations below. Any part that proves to be defective in normal usage during that one-year period will be repaired or replaced by Navtec.

  • What are the advantages of using a Navtec hydraulic system on a yacht?

    Navtec Hydraulic systems offer precise control and a significant sailing advantage for racers and cruisers. Whether your boat is a 30′ Cruiser, a Grand Prix race yacht or a 200 foot Superyacht, a Navtec Hydraulics system can be customized to meet your exact requirements.

  • What is the difference between a Lewmar hydraulic power pack and a Navtec hydraulic power?

    Navtec has worked closely with Lewmar and Harken to interface Navtec hydraulics into their winch/windlass hydraulic power packs. The major problem is that most powered units are 2000 - 3000 psi, where the Navtec systems is a 5000 psi system. Cylinder size may need to be increased due to lower pressure.

  • What is the best way to get rid of an air lock on a Navtec?

    You can get rid of an air lock by going thru the bleeding instruction in the owners' manuals. If you don't have the manual please look under manuals on the web site. If bleeding does not cure the problem the cylinder will need to be sent to the nearest Navtec hydraulic service center for new seals.

  • Where is the nut located on a Navtec locking cylinder?

    The current Navtec mechanical locking cylinder uses an extended piston rod with a long thread (equal to the cylinder stroke length). The extended rod is housed in an extended tube at the rod end of the cylinder. When the cylinder is adjusted hydraulically, the nut can be adjusted, following the movement of the piston rod.

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