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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
 
Finger

  Equipment Index
     
  FINGER BERTHS
   · Conventional finger berths
   · Finger berths without walkways
   · Special finger berths


PIER MOORING EQUIPMENT

ANCHORAGE EQUIPMENT

PONTOON ANCHORAGE SYSTEM

SERVICE PEDESTALS

ACCESS GANGWAYS
 
     
     
  · Floating pontoons

· Piers

· Launch ramps
 
     
All of ITP’s pontoon systems can be completed with a wide range of finger berths that can be adapted to all boats, uses and location characteristics.
 
Conventional finger berths
 
Conventional finger berthsGalvanised steel and aluminium structure, with deck and side fenders made from tropical hardwood.

Moulded polyethylene floats with an expanded polystyrene core that vary according to the length of the finger berth.

Models that are 11 and 12m long will be supplied after a study of the location has been conducted: their course and anchorage must be taken into consideration in order to avoid potential strain or breakage of the pontoon’s anchorage.
 
Conventional finger berths
Fingers
 
 
Finger berths without walkways
 
Finger berths without walkwaysThese comprise a square tube and a small triangular surface with tropical wood decking.

A polyethylene buoy filled with 75 or 150L polyethylene is fixed beneath the far end with a protective elastomer disc.

Made up to 5.5m long.

Special designs are required for longer lengths, as they require a reinforced structure and/or anchorage systems.
 
 
Special finger berths
 
Special finger berthsThese finger berths require a plan based on a study of the installation to be provided, which takes into consideration all the effects on the structure as well as users’ needs.

Length, width and special characteristics for mooring and accessing all types of boat.

Connecting systems can be included to avoid too much strain in locations close to the harbour mouth where the effect of passing vessels could damage the structure.
 
 
 
     
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