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  FLOATING PONTOONS
  PIERS
  LAUNCH RAMPS
  CRANES
  TRAVEL LIFTS
 
  GANGWAYS
  RO/RO RAMPS
 
  INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE
 
 
EQUIPMENT FOR PONTOONS, PIERS AND LAUNCH RAMPS
 
Gangway

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PONTOON ANCHORAGE SYSTEM

SERVICE PEDESTALS


ACCESS BRIDGE
   · Articulated Bridge
   · bridge supported by the pontoon
   · Panel

 
     
     
  · Floating pontoons

· Piers

· Launch ramps
 
     
 
Bridges allowing access to the pontoon provide a path to boats moored in the areas closest to the water, crossing any sort of obstacle that may be found on the shore.
 
Articulated bridge
 
Standard gangway The bridge is fixed by a joint: the bridge is attached to the side of the pontoon by a joint that allows the pontoon to move vertically. It is also attached to the pier by a jointed support.

It has a galvanised steel and aluminium structure with a tropical wood deck.

It is also possible to add a tropical wood, galvanised steel or aluminium handrail on one or both sides of the bridge.
 
 
Bridge supported by the pontoon
 

Gangway supported by the pontoonThe bridge rests on the pontoon, supported by rollers that move on reinforced plates. This allows the bridge to move on top of the pontoon without creating lateral overload.

It has a galvanised steel and aluminium structure with a tropical wood deck.

It is also possible to add a tropical wood, galvanised steel or aluminium handrail on one or both sides of the bridge.

 
 
Panel
 
A galvanised steel or aluminium panel can be used to overcome the slight unevenness between the bottom of the bridge and the pontoon.
 
Panel    Panel
 
 
 
 
     
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