Smartgyro to go on show in Genoa

Gyro stabilisation technology company Smartgyro says it will debut its gyro stabilisers and preview the expansion of the range at Genoa Boat Show next month.

Announced earlier this year, Smartgyro is backed by strategic partner Yanmar Group and its companies, including Vetus, Maxwell and Flexofold. With the new support, Smartgyro has accelerated the design, development and launch of its line-up.

The first two products in the Smartgyro SG range are the SG40, for boats from 50-60ft, and the SG80, for boats from 60-70ft.

The company is also preparing to launch the SG20 for boats from 45-52ft by early 2021, in line with its strategy to offer a complete range of stabilisers.

“Adding to a number of design innovations such as liquid cooling and highly efficient control electronics, the outstanding Smartgyro advantage is that our stabilisers can be fully serviced in situ, in the vessel, including major overhaul and bearing replacement at the major service intervals,” says Smartgyro Sales Manager, Carlo Gazerro. “Instead of removing the unit from the vessel and shipping it back to the factory to perform these same services, it is possible to perform all activities and all servicing in the vessel in a fraction of the time. This means less down time, significantly reduced service costs, and the extended life of the product in the vessel.”

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