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May Jun 2015 Marina World

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PLASTIC PONTOONS Design by module A cost effective solution for small marinas and clubs and ideal for seasonal use or special events, the modular bolttogether pontoon is as versatile as your imagination. Low in maintenance and easily moved and/or reconfigured, modern systems are durable, adaptable and extendable. Most are easy to install and made from environmentally friendly, recycled and/or recyclable materials that cannot leach potential pollutants. Here’s an at-a-glance guide to some of the leading products and some (but not all) of their features. Take a further look at the websites for full information. Candock, USA Material: high density polyethylene (HDPE) resin. Dimensions (w × l × h): 19 inch (48cm) × 19 inch (48cm) × 14 inch (36cm). Half cubes are same length and width but 9 inches (23cm) high. Connection system: nut and bolt coupling. Features: UV-resistant; 100% recyclable; breathable plugs to ensure cube shape retention regardless of outside temperature or pressure variations; dirt repellent corner design and irrigation channels to keep surface clean and dry; strict manufacturing process ensures flat, uniform walking surface and eliminates gaps between cubes when assembled; ability to withstand severe long term wave action; cost effective freight and installation as the system can be shipped all over the world in 40ft containers; standard beige and grey plus custom colours; 20 year warranty. Services and accessories: electricity, A broad 150m long pedestrian pontoon with alongside moorings for tugs and other vessels was installed late last year in severely exposed Tsemes Bay in Novorossiisk, Russia. The Magic-Float system was deemed suitable for the site, which experiences gusts of wind up to 45m/ second and waves up to 3m high. water and other services can easily be deployed through the service channel system. Virtually any dockside pedestals can be used. The channel can also be utilised, when coupled to Candock’s LED lighting system, to illuminate any area within the marina. Connect-a-Dock, USA Material: rotationally moulded polyethylene. Dimensions (w × l × h): 72 inch (182.9cm) × 120 inch (304.8cm) × 20 inch (51cm) for the high profile module. The low profile version measures 90 inch (228.6cm) × 120 inch (304.8cm) × 10 inch (25.4cm). Connection system: blow moulded float connectors in slip-fit sockets secured with bolts. Features: in-built UV protection; wood grain skid resistant surface that sheds water and resists solar heat; float chambers are specially designed to trap air on the surface of the water for additional buoyancy; closely spaced support ribs provide rigidity underfoot; salt water safe; eight year product warranty; worldwide distribution. Services and accessories: many accessories such as cleats, solar lights, dock boxes, utilities and power pedestals and even roof systems can be incorporated. In addition to assembling this marina in Africa, Candock recently completed a US Navy residential boat facility in Yukosuka, Japan. So far, it has withstood several tropical storms and wind gusts of over 55 knots with no damage. - May/June 2015 49

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