Founded in 2005, CMC designs, builds and markets their product range from their facility close to Lake Como. The latest Stabilis Electra AC range of stabilisers is a unique and revolutionary new design to overcome the problem of limited on-board hydraulics and operational noise. Stabilis Electra uses a new generation of drive components and controls to move a fin stabilizer.
To ensure quality of service and knowledge to their customer base, MIT’s service engineers, applications and sales staff have received on-going training from CMC Marine on both current installations and in the class room.
Stabilis Electra is the world’s unique revolutionary system offered by CMC Marine to overcome the problem of limited dynamics of a hydraulic actuator.
Stabilis Electra uses a new generation of drive to move a fin stabilizer connected to an electrical brushless motor with a permanent magnet.
Thanks to its faster response and lower power absorption the Stabilis Electra is the perfect system for the stabilization at anchor of yachts starting from 18 metres.
The Stabilis Electra is a CMC Marine patent both in Europe (patent pending. n. 2172394) and in US (patent pending. n. 12/571842).