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patrol craft. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. Military Support Craft. Ride in a modern water jet powered craft and the difference is obvious -rapid acceleration.000 installations worldwide.000 jets installed worldwide. Patrol Craft. redirects the water forward and underneath the boat giving powerful astern thrust. Hamilton Jet Overview Hamilton Jet pioneered commercial development of the modern waterjet in the early 1950’s and today. Typical Applications With over 30. workboats. longer engine life and easy installation and the advantages over propellers with their inherent shortcomings of vibration. Add to these lower maintenance. Full logistic support for all projects is provided by the Hamilton organization and its extensive network of factory trained distributors who can be found in over 50 locations world- wide. yachts etc. The pumping unit accelerates the water rearwards where it is discharged through the outlet nozzle. Today’s Waterjet Unit Mounted partly inboard at the stern of the vessel. Hamilton waterjets are ideally suited for the efficient propulsion of a wide variety of high speed work and patrol boats. Hamilton Jet propulsion systems are well proven for providing efficien- cy. Water is drawn through an inlet screen at the base of the intake or transition which is mounted flush with the hull bottom.boatswainslocker. the Hamilton waterjet consists of a totally integrated pack- age with steering. typically in the 20 to 200 feet size range. Pilot Boats. unrivaled maneuverability and smooth. usually hydraulically driven. waterjets have rapidly gained acceptance as the leading means of propulsion for all types of high speed craft -ferries. fast passenger ferries and pleasure cruisers. shallow draft capability. With models available to suit speeds in excess of 60 knots and power inputs ranging from 200 to 4700hp. General Information The Waterjet Difference In the modern world. Hamilton waterjets can be used in single or multiple configurations in vessels typically up to 200 feet long as main propulsion system. Rescue Craft. Hamilton Jet is dedicat- ed to the production of the highest quality jets and all models are designed and manufactured to meet the require- ments of the world’s leading certifying authorities. A single piece balanced steering deflector directs the flow to port or starboard as commanded at the helm giving maximum turning force. Recreational Cruisers and Fishing Boats are just a few of the typical applications of the Hamilton Waterjet. higher speed. engine overloading and susceptibility to damage are obvious. Recent advances in waterjet technology put them ahead of conventional pro- peller systems in both performance and reliability. The separate split-duct reverse deflector. Fast Passenger Ferries.com . creating a powerful forward thrust. The fol- low-up control system allows intermediate positioning of the reverse deflector for “zero speed” while maintaining full steering capacity. quiet operation. or as boost or loiter propulsion. Work Boats. With a complete range of models for power inputs ranging up to 4700hp per unit. reliability and flexibility in a wide range of hull forms. reverse and hydraulic control system included. have over 30.

Simple driveline from engine to jet coupling • Complete factory tested package.. • Pump design offers up to 25% more thrust than other waterjets between 0 and 20 knots. No central dead Precise steering control band provides higher course-keeping efficiency and higher overall boat speeds. shafted propellers and surface drives. • High efficiency astern thrust with "power-braking" ability at speed • Propulsive coefficients as good or higher than the best propeller systems achievable High efficiency at medium to high planing speeds • Low drag and shallow draft • Absence of underwater appendages reduces hull resistance. These advan- tages include. ready to bolt in Easy installation • No difficult engine alignment problems Hamilton waterjets have several advantages over other waterjet makes. • The unique JT steering nozzle minimizes thrust loss when steering.com .. Advantages Waterjet propulsion has many advantages over other forms of marine propulsion. outboard motors. • Sideways movement possible with multiple jet installations... no torque effect and no high speed cavitation gives maximum Smooth and quiet comfort levels on board • Low underwater acoustic signature • Jet unit impeller is finely matched to engine power Maximum engine life • Power absorption is the same regardless of boat speed • No possibility of engine overload under any conditions • Single packaged module Simplicity • No heavy and expensive gearbox required for many installations. • Precise steering control at all speeds Excellent Maneuverability • "Zero Speed" steering provides 360° thrusting ability for docking and holding stationary. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. These include. such as stern drives.boatswainslocker. Jet intake is flush with hull bottom to afford minimum draft • No exposed propeller for complete safety around people in the water Total safety • Low maintenance • No protruding propulsion gear eliminates impact damage or snags • Minimum downtime and simple maintenance routines • No hull vibration. Superior cavitation resistance Maneuverability at low speeds & acceleration to high speeds are superior.

All functions are optimized then integrated Depending on the jet model. hydraulic pip- ing and control valves. Water flow exiting the impeller passes through sta- tor vanes where the rotational elements are removed so a straight uniform flow pattern is presented to the dis- charge nozzle. not the transom or engine via the driveshaft. Hamilton Waterjet Features Complete Integrated Design Optimized Controls Package Each Hamilton waterjet is a single packaged propulsion To interface between the control station(s) and the jets. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. functions. with the whole design permitting easy routine maintenance to be carried out in- situ. The impeller runs within a unaffected by its presence. electronic systems. oil cooler cast into the intake. This section is of robust cast construction capable of High Propulsive transmitting the full force of the generated thrust to the Efficiency hull bottom. On push/pull cables to sophisticated microprocessor driven models which offer hydraulically actuated astern func. The system is setup to be fully proportional so the astern deflector movement follows that of the control lever and is fully factory adjusted and tested. Proven Practicality The intake is an integral part of the Hamilton Jet design. structure and is unaffected by hull movement.boatswainslocker. these range from simple into the single package for maximum effectiveness. All capable of pumping large volumes of water at relatively Hamilton waterjets include an intake protection screen low pressures. permitting very high propulsive coeffi- and this feature is engineered into the design so that cients to be achieved at fast boat speeds with outstanding operational parameters such as cavitation resistance are resistance to cavitation. tion. The impeller design employed in Hamilton The main thrust bearing is incorporated in this rigid waterjets is a highly refined inducer style. incorporating hydraulic pump driven by the mainshaft. steering and ahead/astern number of control system options are available. the hydraulic power system in an integrated part of the jet. removable stainless steel wearing. a module providing thrusting.com .

Hamilton Waterjet Features International Design Standards Maximum Astern Thrust All Hamilton waterjets are designed and manufactured Ahead/astern function is an integral part of the to meet the requirements of the world’s leading certify. such as LM6 aluminum. ing in unparalleled vessel control and maneuverability. Balanced Powerful Steering The balanced steering deflector is a separate but integral part of the Hamilton Jet design. with full steering effect still available. effect is available for rotating the craft. are possible. full astern thrust Like propeller diameter in conventional drive systems. full ahead thrust is available. ponent. With the astern deflector fully raised. the deflector is designed to maximize lateral thrust with min- imal loss of forward thrust. power input. This arrangement vectors the astern jet stream away from the jet intake. The split duct astern deflector is ing authorities. Hamilton Jet package. avoiding recycling and producing a powerful astern thrust which can be maintained up to high throttle settings. whilst maintaining lightest operating loads for highly responsive steering control. Because of the size of the Hamilton Jet astern deflector in the intermediate “zero-speed” position. is generated. Computerized selection. water depth and throttle open- and CF8M stainless steel are used extensively and in ing. an the flow and angle the astern jet stream down to clear the integral cathodic protection system using pure zinc transom.boatswainslocker. In the fully lowered position. Precise Vessel Control The separation of steering and ahead/astern functions permits the independent effects to be used in conjunction with each other to achieve complex vessel maneuver. Infinitely variable ed for all applications. Materials renowned for strength and designed to provide maximum astern thrust under all resistance to corrosion. Deflecting the jet stream to port or starboard in response to helm commands. range. SAF2205 conditions of boat speed. By setting the sive efficiency. fuel speed” enables the craft to be crept ahead or astern result- load.com . and to the sides to retain a steering thrust com- anodes is incorporated. lifetime propulsion costs etc. taking adjustment of the astern deflector either side of “zero- into account factors such as speed. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. the large number of effective nozzle sizes available thrusts are equalized for holding the vessel on station but enables the most effective propulsion option to be select. A splitter is incorporated in the deflector to divide models suitable for use in permanently moored craft. In all positions full independent steering Large Range – Optimum Sizing nozzle diameter is the key to achieving the best propul.

deadrise angles of between 10° and 25° are generally recommended. water-pickups etc. improving load carrying ability. these can cause directional instability at speeds over 25 knots. take care to maintain the LCG well forward. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. Applications Suitable Hull Forms In general the hull shape. of both semi-planing and semi-displacement types. These appendages can however generally be placed to the outside of the projected area in front of the waterjet inlet(s) without affecting their performance. especially with round bilge hulls. particularly in conjunction with slender hulls of high length to beam ratio are best suited. can perform well in this speed range provid- ed they obtain low running trim angles. Warped Hulls with reducing deadrise angles going aft can reduce trim angles and thus hull resistance in the semi-planing speed range. Deep and fine bow stems should be avoided as. some keeling aft may be required to maintain directional stability.5 feet in front of the waterjet intake. • Hamilton Jet should be consulted in all cases before construction starts. displacement and cruising speed of the craft but. Catamarans. without additional keeling. the hull shape must be directionally stable without such appendages.com . Medium Speed Craft (10 to 30 knots but increasing with length) Low trim angles. with the following prerequisites: • hull shape and appendages must avoid entraining air into the waterjet inlet.boatswainslocker. • there should be no appendages such as keels. planing strakes. For best speed. • if no keeling is proposed. a hull with monohedron lines (constant deadrise over the aft planing area) is recommended. whether monohull or multihull. for at least 6. Semi-Displacement Hulls with beam narrowing and bottom lines rising towards the transom are suitable provided there is sufficient immersion for the waterjet(s) to prime when the craft is at rest. High (“Planing”) Speed Craft (over 30 knots) For best directional stability and speed. • in order to prime (pump water when driven) the water level must be at least up to the waterjet mainshaft when the craft is at rest. Keeling – due to moderate dead rise and immersion aft and deeper vee forward sections. Also for directional stability and to avoid air being entrained into the waterjet from bow waves. rudders. should be that which best suits the size.

Low length to beam ratio (>3:1) High length to beam ration (<5:1) High Resistance Low Resistance Large area of submerged transom Medium area of submerged transom Heavy displacement Light displacement Flat. “Hickman Sea Sled” types. vibration free and quiet operation and excellent maneuverability. As maintaining low trim angles is essen- tial to minimize the hull resistance of catamarans. are well suited to waterjet propulsion. some barges). Due to moderate deadrise and immersion aft and deeper forward sections. designers should compensate for the lost buoyancy aft caused by the installation of the waterjets. Care must then be taken to avoid aerated water from the bows and foils entering the waterjets and thus reducing thrust. having higher length to beam ratios. refer “High Resistance” below. Craft speed is limited by the Water Line Length (LWL) and efficient speed hull shape rather than shaft power. The waterjet machinery package is ideal for fitting into slender catamaran hulls offering high efficiency. SES concept hulls and foils provides additional ‘lift’ to the hull and a significant reduction in hull resistance.com . which maintain low trim angles throughout the whole speed range. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. generally by keeping the Longitudinal Centre of Gravity (LCG) well forward. Slender hulls. Multihulls Long narrow multihulls. Applications Slow Speed Craft (0 to 10 knots but increasing with length) Slow (or ‘Displacement’) speed craft operate at speeds where the water is displaced around and underneath their hull and no significant lift or planing effect is generated. Low Roof Tri-hulls. are recommended as they are more easily driven. any hull forms that direct air to the waterjet inlet should be regarded as unsuitable. a function of the craft’s Water Line Length (LWL). Air Trapping Hulls (eg. and thus planing effects. commence. For best speed take care to maintain the LCG well forward. especially with round bilge hulls. Any less efficient slow speed hull forms can however be operated at their inherently reduced NDS’s. Stepped Hydroplanes etc. refer “Low Resistance” below. non-vee’d bow shape (such as scow type Well vee’d bow shape bow commonly used on landing craft/barges) Ensure the water level is at least up to the mainshafts of the waterjets at rest so that there will be sufficient immer- sion for them to prime.boatswainslocker. Unsuitable Hull Forms Generally. True efficient ‘displacement’ speed craft. are designed to generate minimal bow and stern waves with narrowing beam and rising bottom lines towards the transom. At speeds up to NDS. is the speed at which dynam- ic lift. Flat Bottom Hulls. very modest shaft power is required and accept- able propulsive efficiencies can thus be obtained with relatively small waterjets. These include some multihulls. some keeling aft is recommended to maintain directional stability. Natural Displacement Speed (NDS).

for Loiter Speed operations but still boost the craft’s top speed in conjunction with the main propulsors. The same is true for waterjets. Preliminary Jet Selection High (“Planing”) Speed Craft (over 30 knots) Having determined the hull shape is suitable for Maximum Recommended Displacement HJ Series Selection Jet Model & the intended speed range. select the waterjet model from the “High Speed” Table above. 1 • Tables assume that the hull size and shape are appropriate (ie: the hull is not overloaded for its size). 3 • Selection in the shaded region implies reduced propulsive efficiency and application restrictions. Medium Speed Craft (10 to 30 knots but increasing with length) The resistance for craft can vary considerably in this speed range. select a suitable jet model (or multiple of jets) from the “High Speed” Selection Table.boatswainslocker. Using the estimated AUW as a guide. Multi-Speed Craft Because engine overload does not occur and there is no appendage drag with waterjets. hull appendages or aeration (eg: white water/river rapids). whether these be other waterjets or propellers. taking into account the other propulsors. Note the waterjet will still provide thrust in conjunction with the main propulsors. 4 • Tables assume the water flow into the jet intake is undisturbed. Waterjets can be used. at lower shaft powers. As craft design speeds reduce. Disturbance can be caused by incorrect installation. larger diameter propellers are required to maintain propulsive efficiency. estimate the likely dis- Configuration High Speed Craft placement or All-Up-Weight (AUW) of the craft (tonnes) at maximum power input(s) Weight 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 (include fuel. boosting the craft’s maxi- mum speed. If optimum efficiency and speed is required at the craft’s top speed then. 2 • Best propulsive efficiency (or performance) is achieved by utilising jets at an All-Up-Weight well below the recommended maximums list- ed. passengers etc.).com . then select the model from the “Slow Speed” Table on Page ???. When the primary function of the waterjet is to provide loiter speed ability. If the same waterjet is also to be used at loiter speeds then the shaft power must be restricted to the maximum recommended for that model at ‘slow’ speed. include hull “Lines Drawings” if possible and the completed Questionnaire on Page C-15. they offer a simple solution to multi-speed craft. payload. therefore best propulsive efficiency and craft speed will be obtained by selecting waterjet(s) at least one model size larger than the above “High (Planing) Speed” table suggests. Consult Hamilton Jet with full details in all cases for this “Medium” speed range. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. It is very dependent on having appropriate hull shape and trim plus how heavily loaded the craft is for its size.

Preliminary Jet Selection Slow Speed Craft (0 to 10 knots but increasing with length) Having determined the hull shape is suitable for Jet Model & Maximum Recommended Displacement HJ Series Selection the intended speed range.com . 1 • Tables assume that the hull size and shape are appropriate (ie: the hull is not overloaded for its size). 4 • Tables assume the water flow into the jet intake is undisturbed. estimate the likely dis- Configuration High Speed Craft placement or All-Up-Weight (AUW) of the craft (tonnes) at maximum power input(s) Weight 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 (include fuel. WARNING The Selection Tables shown on these pages are only intended to provide a guide for selecting particular model(s) of Hamilton waterjet based primarily on craft weight. 3 • Utilising jets at an All-Up-Weight above the recommended maximums listed implies reduced propulsive efficiency and maneuvering respon- siveness. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. to achieve optimum propulsive coefficients it is necessary to include other factors in the selection process which may change the final selection of model to suit a particular application. hull appendages or aeration (eg: white water/river rapids). Using the estimated AUW as a guide. passengers etc. select a suitable jet model (or multiple of jets) from the “Slow Speed” Selection Table. Disturbance can be caused by incorrect installation.boatswainslocker. HM & HS Series Selection Both HM and HS Series waterjets are suitable for a wide range of craft requiring higher power inputs and/or more complex technical considerations that the above guidelines provide for – full details of the proposed craft should be submitted to Hamilton Jet for analysis of optimum propulsion options.). should be submitted to Hamilton Jet for appraisal prior to construction. 2 • Best propulsive efficiency (or performance) is achieved by utilising jets at an All-Up-Weight well below the recommended maximums listed. Full details of all applications. especially those which fall in the shaded region or outside the limits. payload. However.

If Hull Resistance Data is not available. eg: beam or 1 1 hp 120 hp/ton 110 deadrise angle. Hull Resistance can be evaluated either by calculation or model testing. For a loiter or slow speed. include hull Lines Drawings if possible and the completed Questionnaire on Page C-15. the higher the boat speed the higher the propulsive efficiency. plot a vertical line corresponding to the waterline length (LWL) of the craft in metres. complete the Questionnaire on Page C-15 and submit to Hamilton Jet for a computer assessment of optimum propulsion options. At the point where the vertical plot intersects the nominated “Boat Speed” on the horizontal axis. in this “Medium” speed range is difficult and it is recommended Medium Speed Craft (10 to 30 knots but increasing with length) in all cases that a Naval Architect and/or Hamilton Jet be consulted with full details for craft speed predictions. plan for a minimum fully laden cruise speed of 25 knots. the jet(s) Dynamic Thrust can be compared with Hull Resistance data. read off the recommended Power to Weight Ratio (hp/ton). on It does not consider variations in n p/t /to 40h 30hp /ton hull parameters. for speeds over 25 knots use the table above for High (Planing) Speed Craft. Performance Guide High (“Planing”) Speed Craft (over 30 knots) Using the Speed Guide Table below. Jet Thrust Curves are contained in the appropriate Hamilton Jet model “Designer’s Manual”.boatswainslocker. NOTE: With waterjets. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. 40hp/ton Deep vee hulls andcatamarans are likely to be 2 to 3 knots slow- er than the table predicts. Multi-Speed Craft Assuming all propulsors are waterjets.com . Longitudinal on hp/t 100 Centre of Gravity (LCG) etc. For more accurate speed estimates. The table assumes solid /ton 70hp unaerated water is supplied to on 60hp/t the jet intake in a hull with a n 50hp/to medium deadrise angle between 10° . If not already supplied. and thus craft speed prediction.15°. This table is an approximate CAUTION: guide to boat speed only. /ton 90hp which directly affect hull resist- /ton 80hp ance. Hull resistance. For best propulsive efficien- cy with directly driven jets (no reduction gearbox}. use the Slow Speed Craft Guide on Page C-10 to make preliminary craft speed pre- dictions.

Follow the Water Line Length (LWL) for your craft upwards and at the appropriate distance between the “High” and “Low” resistance curves read off the preliminary prediction of the craft’s Natural Displacement Speed. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. eg: beam or deadrise angle. doubling the shaft power may only give a 1 knot speed increase. which directly affect hull resistance.boatswainslocker. Performance Guide Slow Speed Craft (0 to 10 knots but increasing with length) Determine whether your hull is a “High” or “Low” resistance displacement speed craft. by studying the following characteristics– • Low length to beam ratio (>3:1) • High length to beam ratio (<5:1) High Resistance Low Resistance • Large area of submerged transom • Minimum area of submerged transom • Heavy displacement • Light displacement • Flat. For example. non-vee’d bow shape (such as • Well vee’d bow shape scow type bow commonly used on landing craft/barges). This table is anapproximate CAUTION: guide to boat speed only.com . Then refer to the Natural Displacement Speed (NDS) Guide Table below. Do not attempt to exceed NDS with a pure displacement (“Low Resistance”) hull form as increasing shaft power will not give any significant speed increase. It does not consider variations in hull parameters. complete the Questionnaire on Page C-15 and submit to Hamilton Jet for a computer assessment of optimum propulsion options. Jet Thrust Curves are contained in the appropriate Hamilton Jet model “Designer’s Manual”. For all hull shapes. or in between these. For more accurate speed estimates. If Hull Resistance Data is not available. Longitudinal Center of Gravity (LCG) etc. The table assumes solid unaerated water is supplied to the jet intake. NDS will be achieved with only moderate shaft power. Hull Resistance can be evaluated either by calculation or model testing. the jet(s) Dynamic Thrust can be compared with Hull Resistance data.

or in between. Note that for direct driving from engine to jet without a gearbox. For Slow Speed Craft. Engine Selection Determine the Power/Weight Ratio Required For High (Planing) Speed Craft. refer to the Natural Displacement Speed Guide Table on Page C-10 and decide whether your craft is a High or Low Resistance type. may necessitate selection of a different model. triple etc) Maximum Power Inputs per Jet Maximum recommended power inputs at craft speeds below 35 knots are limited by propulsive efficiency and cav- itation considerations. For any craft design speed below 35 knots the maximum power input should thus be limit- ed in proportion to the proposed craft speed. determine the required Power to Weight Ratio (hp/ton) to achieve the required per- formance from the High (Planing) Speed GuideTable on Page C-9. twin. such as cavitation lim- itations. Then choose a Power to Weight Ratio between 5hp/ton (for a Low Resistance Hull) and proportionally up to 15hp/ton (for a High Resistance Hull) in order to achieve your craft’s Natural Displacement Speed (NDS). the engine rpm must also lie within the rpm range of the jet – refer to the appropriate Designer’s Manual for that jet model or to Hamilton Jet. For HJ Series waterjets. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. Complete the Questionnaire on Page C-15 and return to Hamilton Jet for a confirmation of your jet model selection and speed prediction.695hp) at speeds over 35 knots – consult Hamilton Jet for details.com .boatswainslocker. WARNING: the preceding guide leads to a preliminary selection only and other criteria.500kW (4. Engine Selection Select an engine of equal or slightly higher power than determined above. HM Series waterjets suit power inputs up to 3. Determine the Power Required per Jet Power to Weight Ratio (hp/ton) x All-Up-Weight (tons) Required Shaft Power per Jet (hp) = Number of Jets (single. use the chart below to determine approximate maximum power input per jet at various boat speeds.

Full details available on request. avoiding the cost and weight of a reduction gearbox.boatswainslocker. is available for certain mod- els. Model Range HJ Series The HJ Series comprises a range of highly efficient inducer style jets which can usually be applied directly driven from a marine engine and suitable for propelling craft at speeds ranging from zero to over 50 knots and typically of length up to 65 feet Layout and dimensions shown below are for jets with standard 5° intake block which facili- tates close direct drive coupling of the engine. Model A B C D E F G Dry Weight (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg) HJ212 498 252 743 720 420 386 450 77 HJ213 413 249 762 720 420 386 450 89 HJ241 424 284 829 824 491 502 431 132 HJ274 570 302 1100 840 548 608 470 138 HJ292 681 330 1180 862 550 680 495 169 HJ322 866 371 1380 980 637 680 550 300 HJ362 1025 343 1590 725 840 550 785 426 Intake weights HJ391 1285 470 1720 1098 995 690 985 636 not included HM Series The HM Series comprises a range of highly efficient inducer style jets which can usually be applied driven from a marine engine via a reduction gearbox and suitable for propelling craft typically from 55 to 200 feet in length. which positions the jet parallel to the hull bottom for reduced engine installation height when using a drop center gearbox. or by marine gas turbine engines. Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www. These models can be directly driven by high speed diesel engines. An optional 0° intake block.com . Model A B C D E F G Dry Weight Intake weights (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (kg) not included HM422 1380 485 2082 1105 785 660-960 990 786 HM461 1280 420 2046 1440 1020 900 1040 974 HM521A 1395 475 2350 1625 1225 1000 1190 1160 HM521B 1434 475 2350 1625 1225 1000 1190 1160 HM571 1542 530 2585 1800 1300 980 1285 1452 HM651 2103 593 3348 1660 1500 1100 1500 2057 HM721 2400 667 3815 1830 1577 1245 1622 2770 HM811 2700 750 4290 2100 1860 1400 1825 3640 HS Series The HS Series comprises a range of highly specialized multi-stage jets optimized for propelling craft at speeds in excess of 50 knots.

plied with each jet.Full installation Please note that dimensions below are indicative only .refer to details are contained in the 212 installation and service manual sup.refer to Please note that dimensions below are indicative only . 479 422 5o 420 252 249 743 720 762 720 450 386 385 450 241 Dimensions 274 Dimensions Please note that dimensions below are indicative only . Dimensions 212 Dimensions 213 Dimensions Please note that dimensions below are indicative only .com . 274 Designer’s Manual for complete technical data. 570 424 5o 548 302 o 5 491 Standard 5o Intake Block 284 829 617 270 824 Optional 0o Intake Block 502 431 608 1100 5o Intake Block 840 1000 0o Intake Block Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www.boatswainslocker.refer to 241 Designer’s Manual for complete technical data. 213 Designer’s Manual for complete technical data.

refer to HJ292 Designer’s Manual for complete technical Designer’s Manual for complete technical data. Performance Guide 292 Dimensions 322 Dimensions Dimensions below are indicative only for a Standard 5o Intake Please note that dimensions below are indicative only .refer to 322 block . 862 40o 550 495 680 40o 681 715 550 637 330 371 835 980 1380 1180 362 Dimensions 391 Dimensions Please note that dimensions below are indicative only .refer to 362 Please note that dimensions below are indicative only . data. Designer’s Manual for complete technical data.5o 65 251 1110 Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 www.boatswainslocker.com . 888 985 690 930 550 462 5o 1025 470 172 1098 5o 820 341 319 5o 0.refer to 391 Designer’s Manual for complete technical data.

com . Please supply me with information on Model ______ I am unsure of which model is appropriate for my application. Please contact me regarding my project. Company Name:__________________________________________________________________________________ Contact’s Name: __________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone Number: __________________________________ Fax Number: __________________________________ Pleae check one of the following: ______ Naval Architect ______ Boat Builder _______ End User ______ Other (Specify): __________________________________________________________________________ Type of Boat: ______ Planing Hull ______ Displacement Hull Length Overall ____________________________ Waterline ____________________________ 10-25o __________________________________________ Deadrise Angle Maximum chine beam ______________________ Desired speed ________________________________(kts) Deadrise: @ transom ________________________ @Max. Information Request Form Information Request Form ______ I am interested inHamilton Jets for my boat. chine beam ________________________________ All up weight (fully laden displacement in pounds) __________________________________________________ Proposed engines: ______ Gas ______ Diesel ______ Quantity ______ Make ______ Model ______ Reduction Ration (if any) Max rated horsepower: hp ____ @ ______ rpms Cruise rated horsepower: hp ____ @ ______ rpms Boatswain’s Locker® (800) 779-BOSN (949) 642-6800 FAX (949) 642-1463 www.boatswainslocker.