ARE HYDRAULICS OBSOLETE? Presented by Vetus Maxwell

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Hydraulic equipment in pleasure vessels 60 to 100 feet has been the industry standard for many years. Hydraulics are used to power bow and stern thrusters, windlasses, stabilizers, deck cranes, etc. New product introductions utilizing 48V DC battery banks provide the power but do they offer the other advantages of hydraulics, long run times, etc? Join us as we discuss the capabilities of these new products and the advantages for recreational vessels. Could they make hydraulics obsolete? 

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