After a successful 2017-2018 nautical season, the 2018-2019 season is on its way with the publication of our new catalogues. You will discover our new line extensions within our Outboard, Inboard, Linear drives and Steer-by-Wire ranges.
These new products will be presented at the 2018 METS and NAUTIC shows. Our team will be pleased to welcome you at the METS show in Amsterdam from the 13th to the 15th of November 2018 (Hall 1 – Stand 726) and at the NAUTIC Paris Boat Show from the 8th to the 16th December 2018 (Hall 2-1 B40).
Save the dates!
The market increasing demand has led us to develop a hydraulic linear drive for sailboats up to 80’.
This new system 63 ST 28 DEBP NEWAVE is based on the technical specifications that have proved so successful in linear drives 32 / 40 ST 16 and 50 ST 20.
This upscale model achieves a thrust of 1100 kg (2447 lbs) for a 300 mm stroke. It becomes the most powerful hydraulic linear drive series-model on the market.
It is as for now already available for sale and will be presented at the next autumn boat shows.
This new video provides step-by-step assistance on how to replace the motor brush-holder on power packs RV1,RV2,RV3,EV2,EV3.
Lecomble & Schmitt resolves the adaptation of its helm pumps and hydraulic pipes on the EVINRUDE E-TEC G2 outboard motor range by proposing specific fittings.
The integration of this equipment between the motor manufacturer fittings and LS piping is quick and simple with no special tools required.
Lecomble & Schmitt - key player in the market – demonstrates once more its capacities to adapt.
At the beginning of 2017 Lecomble & Schmitt informed you of the release of a new steering wheel tilt system “tilt HB5” in versions 26 and 30 cc/turn.
As the most compact tilt system on the market, it is today available in 6 different cubic capacities from 20 to 50 cc/turn, the same capacities as for L.S range of outboard helm pumps.
With each one of these models it is possible to orientate the steering wheel within 5 available positions from -24° to + 24°, thus providing a greater steering comfort, whatever the position of the operator.