Exalto Emirates Trade Catalogue 2024

Trim tabs Features &benefits Items included in sets Part number Model Tab size Boat length (ft.) 06.11.0138 SLT6 6″ x 8″ 12’ - 15’ 06.11.0139 SLT10 10″ x 10″ 15’ - 19’ Small Price Tag, Big Benefits. Instantly improve your smaller boat’s performance with stand-alone, spring- loaded self-leveling tabs (no control, pump, wiring or tubing required). • Get on plane faster • Improve your fuel efficiency • Reduce pounding and engine laboring • Eliminate porpoising and chine walking • Affordable • Installed in Under an Hour • Durable Spring-Action System • (2) 14 gauge stainless steel tabs with Bennett’s exclusive interlocking hinge • (2) Strong, durable actuators • All stainless steel hardware – no plastic! • Bennett’s no-hassle 5-year warranty Self-Leveling tabs (SLT) Hydraulic &electric trim tab systems General Guidelines Please contact Exalto Emirates to help determine the best trimplane size for your boat. Since 1960 Bennett Marine has been the world leader in trim tab technology. In fact, Charles Bennett invented the modern trim tab. Over the years, Bennett Marine has become synonymous with a quality product and outstanding customer service. Boaters and boat builders alike know that Bennett systems are built to last and proven to offer years of maintenance-free service. In addition to enjoying the most reliable system in the market, Bennett customers consistently rate Bennett’s legendary service as the best they have ever experienced. And with worldwide distribution and support, Bennett products are easy to purchase and service. These sizing recommendations are based on average performance. Your choice may vary based on power, engine configuration, weight distribution, type of boat and use. The greater the surface area, angle of deflection and/or speed of the water flowing under the trim tab, the greater the lift. When making a choice between trim tab sizes, remember that the largest trim tabs that will comfortably fit on the transom will be the most efficient. Span = side to side measurement Chord = fore to aft measurement Whenever possible, choose a 9” chord trim tab, and gain lift through a longer span. The span of the trim tab has more of an effect on the amount of lift. However, a longer chord can be used effectively, and there are situations where you may need to use a 12” chord. Trim tabs should follow the Vee at the junction of the transom and the bottom of the boat. For maximum side to side control, trim tabs are generally mounted 3-4” from the chine and run towards the keel. In case of inboards, the complete run from chine to keel may be utilized if it is an unbroken span of the same angle. Protrusions, such as strakes, may be bridged provided there is no change in angle on both sides. On boats powered by inboard/outboards (I/O) or outboards it is necessary that the trim tabs not be placed too close (8” minimum) to the lower unit(s) to avoid disturbing the water flow to the propeller. 06 Manoeuvring& stabilizing 623