Besides floating pontoons, Atlantic Marine is able to answer all your requests for special pontoons (fuel pontoon, floating toilets, floating island, floating slipway…). ...
... expert on floating water projects of developing, manufacturing, selling ,installation and after-sale service .We offer engineering, manufacturing and installation of various floating system, such as the ...
Our range is completed by wide, heavy floating water crossings or bridges, thus offering our client the widest range of options for coming closer to a life on the water. The heavy floating concrete ...
... In addition, you can easily add sections as needed, or re-configure your walkway anytime you like. Our goal is to effectively and efficiently meet all of your outdoor walkway needs, while working ...
Fixed, floating or movable. Aluminium alloy construction. Capacity of 5 kN/m². Length up to 40 m (130 ft) in one span.
- Unlimited configurations - Easy and quick assembly - Environmentally friendly - Light, sturdy and safe - Maintenance free (100% plastic) - Resistant to pollution and UV-rays - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Including 4 x 1200 Litre floatation modules F27 kiln dried 150 x 50 Hardwood frame F27 kiln dried 35mm Hardwooddecking All stainless steel and aluminium hardware. 4 x 300mm cleats and large buffer 2 sides. $7620 + GST
Desjardins Canal Floating Walkway - Hamilton, Ontario. 22'-0" W x 500'-0" L, with 20" freeboard, completed 2000. Experience the Hamilton Walkway for yourself.
The Standard Marina Walkway System comprises of glassfibre reinforced concrete decking inserted into galvanised steel frames floating on glassfibre reinforced concrete encased polystyrene floats. ...
The Finger Walkway System is similar to our standard marina walkway comprising of glassfibre reinforced concrete decking inserted into galvanised steel frames floating on glassfibre reinforced ...
How to choose this product
Floating walkways allow pedestrians to traverse waterways in ports and marinas. Unlike floating docks, they are not designed for mooring vessels.
Such walkways can be used connect two parts of a marina separated by a canal or an inlet, for example. They are also suitable for lake and inland waterway developments.
These structures resemble fixed docks and walkways in that they may feature handrails, lifebuoys, lighting pedestals, water spigots and other equipment. They are generally supported by watertight floats made of laminates. The upper works are aluminum with an appropriate walkway surface.
They can be connected to the seabed by a system of main and auxiliary chains or by metal posts. Many consist of modular units which can be easily interconnected to follow a specific route or create a network. Most manufacturers offer custom-designed walkways to suit the needs of a particular project.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the specifications of the particular project and the characteristics of the installation site.