Floating dock brackets
Anchor your dock without poles are weights with these fittings. The Stiff Arm Bracket is attached to the dock and is fitted to a connecting pole. The other end of the connecting pole ...
DEADWEIGHT BRACKET (STANDARD-DUTY) DESCRIPTION This bracket is designed for light-duty anchoring with chain and/or to attach 4″ x 4″ railing or mooring posts. Set of two. Chain sold separately. Heavy-duty ...
DEADWEIGHT STIFF ARM COMBO BRACKET DESCRIPTION This combination bracket can be used with EZ Dock’s deadweight or stiff-arm anchoring system
DESCRIPTION This heavy-duty polyethylene pipe bracket allows docks to adjust to changing water levels.
PIPE BRACKET (HEAVY DUTY) DESCRIPTION This heavy-duty polyethylene pipe bracket allows docks to adjust to changing water levels.
PIPE BRACKET (STANDARD DUTY) DESCRIPTION This standard-duty polyethylene bracket provides ample anchoring for EZ Port PWC lifts or smaller docks in moderate conditions.
PIPE STAND-OFF BRACKET DESCRIPTION This polyurethane bracket attaches the top of the pipe to stationary docks and fits pipes from 2.5″ to 3.5″ O.D.
STIFF-ARM (HEAVY DUTY) DESCRIPTION Our heavy-duty stiff-arm allows you to anchor to a shoreline abutment or a shoreline post. Anchor to shoreline abutment or shoreline post with our heavy-duty stiff-arm. Light-duty stiff-arm also available.
... a support element for building different types of fixed docks. Due to their adjustable legs the support poles can be installed on nearly any kind of rock shore. The recommended size of the dock is ...
wall guides has vertical guides in HEB beams made of galvanized steel. This equipment are equipped with low friction and impact attenuation system, as well as an adjusting device to minimize any slack.
Radius arms are manufactured with anti-corrosive treatment. Designs using tubular rod, "A" frame or radius arms have been developed but can be customized for each application. This kind of mooring is commonly used for linear berths in ...
... sinkers are widely used where tidal variations are minimal. These are a strong system whereby chain is used to connect the pontoons to the sinkers on the seabed. This system has been widely used and is proven to be a ...
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