QuietPower-HPU for Superyachts

Friday, January 02, 2009

ABT-TRAC (Arcturus Marine) has released QuietPower HPU - a new modular hydraulic power unit (HPU) family for the superyacht industry. The QuietPower-HPU was developed specifically for superyachts to provide hydraulic power for stabilizers, thrusters, windlass and other deck functions with significantly less noise than is ordinarily associated with active hydraulics. The QuietPower HPU is manufactured as a module in the ABT-TRAC factory in Rohnert Park, California.

ABT-TRAC (Arcturus Marine) based in Rohnert Park California, ABT-TRAC manufactures TRAC Digital Stabilizers, TRAC Bow and Stern Thrusters, inTRAC Ride Control, and QuietPower-HPU Integrated Hydraulics for superyachts worldwide.

(www.thrusters.com)

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