Marine giant, VEEM limited, has released their 2014 line of gyro stabilizers ahead of this years boating show season.
Online PR News – 07-September-2014 – Perth, WA – VEEM Gyro has been the buzz of the boat stabilization market for the last 3 years with their advanced gyroscopic stabilizer units boasting operation in rough conditions, single unit installation on larger vehicles, and unsurpassed levels of stabilizing torque.
The VEEM Gyro range was previously identified by units of angular momentum, but has been re named to identify the different levels of stabilizing torque produced by each unit. VEEM believes the new labels provide further clarity for customers, as stabilizing torque directly provides vessel roll reduction performance.
“The VEEM Gyro models are the first truly powerful gyro stabilizers that can provide strong stabilization both at rest and underway for large vehicles. Our products will continue to operate in rough conditions unlike other products in the market” VEEM Gyro Product Manager, Paul Steinmann quotes.
The much-anticipated VEEM Gyro120 is expected to undergo extensive in-factory and on-vessel sea trial testing in Fremantle Harbour, off the coast of Western Australia this week, with the units available for shipping in October.
Following this will be the VEEM Gyro260 and the VEEM Gyro 1000, with the VG260 due to start production later this month and the VG1000 next year. These larger units will offer the superyacht and megayacht community levels of comfort not currently offered in the market.
“The VEEM Gyros represented a new industry benchmark in engineering excellence, finish quality, and structural robustness. I am convinced that once you have the opportunity to personally compare our products to others in the market, I will not need to further explain their advantages,” Steinmann quotes.
For more information about the VEEM Gyrostabiliers, please visit www.VEEMGyro.com or contact Stephen Vincent for more details.
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