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Capilano 2-Line Heavy Duty Hydraulic Steering (Cont.)

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CAPILANO CYLINDER OPTIONS
Cylinders are made from brass & stainless steel.
Available with stainless rod & ball joint (TMB models)
or stainless rod & bronze clevis (TMC models.)
Cylinders with ball joints have 2-axis articulation.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION/MODEL/ROD END CONFIG.
7” STROKE MODELS:
Cylinder BA150-7TMB (rod end ball joint)
Cylinder BA175-7TMB (rod end ball joint)
Cylinder BA200-7TMB (rod end ball joint)
Cylinder BA150-7TMC (rod end clevis)
Cylinder BA175-7TMC (rod end clevis)
Cylinder BA200-7TMC (rod end clevis)
9” STROKE MODEL:
Cylinder BA175-9TMB (rod end ball joint)
11” STROKE MODELS:
Cylinder BA200-11TMB (rod end ball joint)
Cylinder BA200-11TMC (rod end clevis)
HELM
DISTANCE — CYLINDER TO FURTHEST HELM
TYPE
40 Feet or Less
More Than 40 Feet
1250V
1/2" O.D. Copper Tubing
5/8" O.D. Copper Tubing
1/2" I.D. Hydraulic Hose
5/8" I.D. Hydraulic Hose
1275V
5/8" O.D. Copper Tubing
5/8" O.D. Copper Tubing
5/8" I.D. Hydraulic Hose
5/8" I.D. Hydraulic Hose
CAPILANO HELM OPTIONS
A unique variable displacement feature on the helm
allows the number of steering wheel turns to be
adjusted by the helmsman to his preference within a
pre-determined range.
DISPLACEMENT
RELIEF
HELM
ADJUSTMENT
VALVE
PART#
MODEL
RANGE
SETTING
1250V
1.7-3.4 cu.in.
1000 PSI
(27.8-55.7 cc)
(70 BAR)
1275V
2.7-5.4 cu.in.
1000 PSI
(44.2-88.4 cc)
(70 BAR)
CAPILANO TUBING/HOSE OPTIONS
We recommend use of soft refrigeration type copper
tubing for optimum performance. If hose must be
used, select a hydraulic hose rated for 1000 PSI (70
bar) working pressure, and with a very low volumetric
expansion rating. A hydraulic hose that expands too
much at 500 PSI (35 bar) will make the steering
spongy.
TYPICAL CAPILANO DUAL
STATION SYSTEM:
Also available are fixed mount cylinders K-22/K-27
(13.3 cu. in. displacement); pivot mount
cylinder K-31 (25.5 cu. in.); and universal mount
cylinders K-9 (55 cu.in.). See cylinder specifications
and dimensions, later in this catalog, for more
information. The number of steering wheel turns is
based on total displacement of the cylinder(s) divided
by the displacement of one helm.
STEERING - Inboard (Hydraulic)