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Product Group Heading Part No Product description Pack size Retail price Picture
Mounts AVM
AVM spanner for use with AL30 & AL40 mounts 1 4.40 images\AVM-spanner-for-mounts.jpg
Mounts AVM
Rubber mounts AVM AL40 Fail safe. For mounting thrust engines etc. 1 16.00 images\al40 mount.JPG
Mounts AVM
Rubber mounts AVM AL30 Fail safe. For mounting thrust engines etc. 1 10.00 images/al30.jpg
Mounts AVM
Rubber mounts AVM 209 type 9. For mounting thrust engine frames etc. 1 5.00 images\mount 209.jpg
Mounts Cotton reel
Rubber mounts - cotton reel. AVM 2304 Type 3. Ideal for mounting radiators and instruments. 1 3.00 images\mount type 3.jpg
Mounts Cotton reel
Rubber mounts - cotton reel. AVM 200 Type 6. For mounting lift engine frames. 1 4.00 images\mount type 6.jpg
Mounts Cotton reel
Rubber mounts - cotton reel. For mounting exhausts etc. Not suitable for engine frames. 1 2.90 images\mount bobbin.jpg

 

Foot Notes:

Product Group Heading Notes
Mounts Rubber mounts We recommend that all engines used on hovercraft are rubber mounted. The Hovercraft Club of Great Britain safety regulation says that all components should be able to take a shock loading of 6G. To comply with this rule either fail safe mounts can be used or other mounts with a secondary device for restraining the components. A common way this is achieved is to trap nylon webbing at each end of the mount, so should the mount fail the nylon webbing will retain the component.

  

updated 24/02/2007