Humphree Introduces Its Smallest Interceptor Trim Tab

Press Release
Thursday, April 05, 2012

Humphree announced the release of a new smaller interceptor size, the 350mm interceptor.

The 350mm interceptor extends the Humphree range of interceptor models downwards. The available sizes now range from 350mm up to 1500mm.

HA350 is mainly developed for 25- to 45-foot exclusive leisure boats and commercial boats where excellent control of running trim and improved maneuvering at speed is desired, but available space often is limited.

The interceptor is basically a smaller version of the popular HA500 interceptor and produced from the same composite material. HA350 is also as asymmetric as the HA500, which means that it comes in both a right and a left version, where the shaft is offset to one or the other side. The interceptor can withstand operational speeds of up to 50 knots and above.
 

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