Balex Retrofit

You don’t have to buy a brand-new trailer to enjoy the benefits of Balex. That’s because the Automatic Boat Loader can be retrofitted to your existing trailer. With a range of three hydraulic power units, Balex has the solution to ensure every launch and retrieve is safe, controlled, and stress-free for any boat up to 3.5 tonne and 9.5m in length.

The powerful hydraulic drive system is easily operated by a single person using the compact remote-control unit. No more clambering down a slippery boat ramp to attach a cable, and no more cranking on the manual winch. Who knows, it might just save your marriage!

----- Advertisement -----


Ideal for upgrading an existing trailer, the Balex System can also be integrated into production trailers during the manufacturing process, or floating docks.

Three different models are available:

Balex Sport

The Balex Sport has enough torque to pull up to 2.5 tonne with a patented technology that uses a powerful hydraulic system. The long-range, waterproof, floating Balex Remote makes launching and retrieving your boat safer and quicker than ever before.

•    Up to 7.5m Hull Length

•    12V 1600W Hydraulic Power Unit

•    Up to 2.5 tonne

•    2x HYDRA4 Adaptive Drive Units

Balex Pro

With heavy-duty 250cc HYDRA4 Adaptive Drive Units, the Balex Pro has 56% more drive force than the original Balex Sport system. The long-range, waterproof, floating remote makes launching and retrieving safe and easy. This is the ideal solution for commercial vessels or larger vessels up to 3 tonne.

•    Up to 8.5m Hull Length

•    12V 1600W Hydraulic Power Uni

•    Up to 3 tonne

•    2x HYDRA4 Heavy Duty Adaptive Drive Units

Balex Ultra

With two sets of 250cc HYDRA4 Adaptive Drive Units, a 2000W HYDRA 4 24V Power Unit and the long-range, waterproof, floating remote, the Balex Ultra has been designed to lift up to 3.5 tonne and load boats up to 9.5m long.

•    Up to 9.5m Hull Length

•    24V 2000W Hydraulic Power Unit

•    Up to 3.5 tonne

•    4x HYDRA4 Heavy Duty Adaptive Drive Units

Click here to learn more.

- NZ Fishing News

Rate this

Comments

Post a Comment

Required Field

Fishing bite times Fishing bite times

Major Bites

Minor Bites

Major Bites

Minor Bites

Fishing Reports Visit Reports

Saltwater Fishing Reports
Bream Bay Fishing Report - 16/05/24

Snapper fishing steady rather than spectacular Harder fishing and smaller fish heralding the change of... Read More >

16 May 2024
Saltwater Fishing Reports
Northland Fishing Report - 16/05/24

Trophy fish on offer With the temperatures dropping and the days getting shorter, you could... Read More >

16 May 2024
Saltwater Fishing Reports
Tauranga Fishing Report - 16/05/24

Tarakihi and snapper on the chew Things are starting to be a bit quieter with... Read More >

16 May 2024
Saltwater Fishing Reports
Raglan Fishing Report - 16/05/24

Fresh bait key to bigger fish The run of good autumn fishing continues with a... Read More >

16 May 2024

Fishing Reports, News & Specials

Popular Articles

Softbait Fishing - Part 1 - gear selection

John Eichlesheim writes an article about selecting the right equipment for softbait fishing... Read More >

Softbait fishing Pt 2 - tips and tricks

Techniques, tips and tricks of softbait fishing – getting the most from your soft baits.... Read More >

Surfcasting - setting yourself up

Gary Kemsley helps sort out the necessary gear for intending surf fishers.... Read More >

Squid - How to catch them

Squid fishing is a rapidly growing aspect of fishing - Paul Senior shares some hints and tips to get started.... Read More >