IFS™ Integrated Furling System

OneSails IFS™ Integrated Furling System
The next generation of furling sails.

OneSails introduceert IFS™ (Intergrated Furling System) een nieuwe technologie voor het oprollen van gennakers en code 0's. Doormiddel van onze doorlopende garen technologie kunnen deze zeilen worden opgerold zonder de dure en zware anti-torsie kabel.

IFS™ zeilen worden ontwerpen en uitgerust met doorlopende garens in het voorlijk van het zeil wat de anti-torsie kabel vervangt. Er zijn vele voordelen van het weg laten van de kabel, zo zijn er meer ontwerp en zeilvorm mogelijkheden en is het zeil makkelijker in gebruik door een lager gewicht.

The IFS™ is a new sail concept with important advantages noticeable both when racing and cruising.

  1. Verbeterde aerodynamische perfromance.
  2. Geïntegreerde structuur in het zeil wat het rollen zonder kabel mogelijk maakt.
  3. 35% minder val spanning.
  4. Zonder kabel is er meer vrijheid in het ontwerp wat de performance in diverse windhoeken bevorderd.
  5. Het zeil is makkelijker in gebruik omdat het lichter is en makkelijker in de zak te stoppen is.
  6. Stabieler achterlijk in de ORC en IRC regel.
  7. Zonder kabel is het zeil lichter.
  8. Afwerking en accessoires op maat gemaakt.
Definitions Code TWS (Knots) TWA (Degrees) Material
from naar from naar
C0 IFS 2 18 55 120 Membrane of Laminate
Code 0 Upwind C0 IFS Upwind 2 15 50 110 Membrane of Laminate
Code 0 ORC/IRC C0 IFS IRC 2 20 60 125 Membrane of Laminate
Definitions Code TWS (Knots) TWA (Degrees) Material
from naar from naar
AF0 3 18 65 130 Laminate of Nylon
AF1 0 10 75 135 Nylon
AF3 10 25 95 140 Nylon
AF5 14 28 100 145 Nylon
Cruising asy IFS Cruising Asy 5 25 95 155 Nylon

IFS™ Tips & Tricks

  1. The sail doesn’t need too much luff tension for proper effective furling, just tight enough to make it straight.
  2. The best furling is achieved when sailing dead downwind, reducing the apparent wind to a minimum.
  3. When furling, the sheet should not be completely eased, it is better to keep a slight tension on it, accompanying the furl.
  4. It is advisable to always furl the sail in the same direction, as the top will furl more smoothly and tightly.
  5. Before hoisting again, make sure the top hasn’t unfurled, which can happen during the dropping and stowage.
  6. Once the sail is unfurled, halyard tension can be adjusted according to the sailing angle (tighter for reaching, looser for wider angles).
  7. Although the sail doesn’t require a lot of halyard tension, the integrated IFSTM structure can withstand heavy loads so care should be taken not to over tighten the halyard in order to prevent damage to the furler and other fittings.
  8. The sail should not be left hoisted when furled with the apparent wind exceeding around 12 knots.

Why choose OneSails

1. Exclusive technology.
For over 10 years the OneSails design team have developed exclusive technologies to make one-piece continuous thread sails a reality for cruising and racing boats.
2. Performance.
Features like weight, shape control and deformation resistance means better performance compared to traditional panelled sails.
3. Quality.
M3™ and 4T FORTE™ membranes are exclusively made in Europe in our unique purpose built facilities ensuring that stringent manufacturing standards are maintained.
4. Design.
The best sail shapes are the result of continuous analysis and experience. OneSails is at the forefront of the sailmaking industry, continually investing in research and development to ensure that the very best sail shapes are available. The success of this approach is confirmed by the vast array of racing trophies OneSails clients have won, competing at National, International and World Championship level.
5. Service.
A core activity for every OneSails Loft is providing first class service, support and assistance. As part of our service commitment, each OneSails Loft has a team of experts on hand to ensure that we can deliver on our service pledge. In addition to a growing number of principle lofts, the OneSails Group has an extensive network of service centres strategically placed worldwide's coast line.

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