■ Marinas on concrete pontoons ■
are made from
hydrotechnical fiber reinforced
concrete C40/ 50, watertight W6, frost resistance XF4 and KK4
with galvanized carcass filled with
foam polyester. Product is very stable and has high load
bearing capacity. Concrete is water resistant,
withstands ice pressure and periodic freezing and
unfreezing. All metal parts (carcass and fastening
elements) used in manufacturing are galvanized or made of
stainless steel. Product is friendly nature,
Wood and construction: all wood used is
(Impregnated vacuum pressure method, class:
HC4), load bearing beams are
75 x 200 mm. In concrete pontoons exterior beams are
doubled, i.e. 150 x 200 mm, and connected with massive
bolts. Elements on plastic pontoons are fastened with 5 mm
thick edges. Deck wood is (strength C16 according to EN 338 standard)
milled from sides (non
slippery, if one side is damaged the other side can be
used). Wooden elements connecting pontoons are of standard
sizes - 2,4 x 6, 2,4 x 8, 2,4 x 12 meters.
Metal elements: edges, anchor chains,
staples, ladder railings, hinges and bolts are
hot dipped galvanized.
Screws holding the deck wood are coated with
special for impregnated wood.
Anchoring. On the waterfront
pontoons and marinas are fastened by chains to the coast
elements, water side is anchored. Various concrete
anchors used to securely position the pontoons. Pontoons are
connected with each over using chains. Anchors in shallow
waters up to 2 meters are covered with ground.
Access bridge is attached to the fastening
elements on the shore. The other side of the bridge
has either wheels. It is laid on the standard element.
Main or standard element is fixed by concrete anchors.
Anchors and pontoons are connected by
hot dipped galvanized chain.
All manufacturing is certified
and have declarations of conformity.
ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015
Technical specifications in PDF format:
Marinas on separate
Marinas on heavy duty (HD) concrete pontoons.
■ Marinas on
concrete pontoons ■