Profurl mechanisms in NEX furlers as the only ones to use bearings made from very hard 100C6 carbon steel which allow furling even under high loads (no crushing of the balls). The mechanism is mounted in a waterproof grease bath and is protected from external aggressions (salt, sand, etc.) and does not require any maintenance.

• Performance even under high loads
• Reliability and longevity of the mechanisms

NEX furlers are intended for flying light wind or heavy sails. Developed in partnership with the largest sailmakers, the NEX furlers allow you to get the best out of your sails while handling them easily and safely.

Light sails:  Gennaker, Code 0, Screacher, light genoa

Heavy sails:  Solent, stay sail


Seldén CX is operated with an endless furling line running over a line driver drum. The furling line is preferably led all the way back to the cock pit and Seldén offer the Double Fairlead and the Twin-Cam block for a well organized set up. A purpose made AT- cable has been developed to secure the function of the system and as the performance of top-down furling is dependant on the torsional rigidity of the AT-cable.

  • Metal ”teeth” in the drum make for a good grip on the line when furling the sail.

  • A wedge in the line guide separates the line from the drum when unfurling the sail and the drum spins freely.

  • Sealed steel bearing in the drum and in the halyard swivel for long service life.

  • Rubber fender prevents the halyard swivel from chafing the mast while hoisting the furled sail.

  • CX. Spring loaded lock makes it easy to connect the thimbles to the drum and the halyard swivel.

  • All structural parts are made of high-strength Duplex stainless steel. This means reduced material and low weight.

  • Non-structural parts are made of impact resistant glass fibre reinforced polyamide composite.

SELDEN CX for Code Zero

SELDEN CX, for top-down furling of an asymmetric spinnaker/gennaker

SELDEN CX, for Code 0 & top-down furling of an asymmetric spinnaker/gennaker