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EQUIPMENT FOR PONTOONS, PIERS AND LAUNCH RAMPS
 
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  FFINGER BERTHS

PIER MOORING EQUIPMENT

ANCHORAGE EQUIPMENT

PONTOON ANCHORAGE SYSTEM
   · Pontoon-pier guiding girders with clamps
   · Jointed pontoon-pier connecting rods and platforms
   · Pile system connecting the pontoon to the seabed


SERVICE PEDESTALS

ACCESS GANGWAYS
 
     
     
  · Floating pontoons

· Piers

· Launch ramps
 
     
 
Direct anchorage from the pontoon to the pier and to the seabed
 
Pontoon-pier guiding girders with clamps
 
Pontoon-pier guiding girders with clampsGuided system for a set of HB 160 girders that are vertically attached to the pier with chemical anchors and a clamp with two nylatron rollers that are firmly fixed to the pontoon.

The rollers allow the pontoon to move vertically as it follows the movement of the waves and the tide, but horizontal movement of the pontoon is avoided as it is firmly fixed to the pier.

Weights: 1,750, 2,750 and 5,000kg.
 
Pontoon-pier guiding girders with clamps Pontoon-pier guiding girders with clamps  
 
Jointed pontoon-pier connecting rods and platforms
 
Normally used on pontoons that are attached to stone walls or on a seabed with a slight incline where some distance should be maintained between the pontoon and the point of anchorage.

Like the previous system, this one allows the pontoon to move vertically but stops it moving horizontally by using jointed connecting rods at each end and/or jointed access platforms.
 
Jointed pontoon-pier    Jointed pontoon-pier
 
 
Pile system connecting the pontoon to the seabed
 
Pile system
This system comprises piles that are driven into the seabed and joined to the pontoon by side clamps and interior clamps that allow the pontoon to move with the waves and tides but prevent it from moving horizontally.

These posts are made from ST 52 steel, and their diameter, wall thickness and length vary according to the depth and characteristics of the seabed. These dimensions are calculated be geo-technical studies of the terrain.

The entire surface of the posts is treated against corrosion with SA-25 blasting, 70/75 micron zinc silicate primer and a 150 micron coat of epoxy enamel.


Pile systemThe clamps that hold the pontoon can be placed on the side of the pontoon or inside it, according to the client’s requirements and the characteristics of the installation. There are highly resistant elastomer pads on the inner edge to cushion any potential jerks and friction.

 
 
Pile system    Pile system
 
 
 
     
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