Brass mooring eyes Art. 63A.C DATA SHEET DimensionsM12 Brass mooring eyes. Finish .L Polished .C Chromed Hole diameter Ø 45 mm
Brass mooring eyes Art. 62.C DATA SHEET Dimensions40 x 30 mm Brass mooring eyes. Finish .L Polished .C Chromed Hole diameter Ø 25 mm
Our mooring rings are made of hot galvanized steel according to UNI EN ISO 1461 or AISI 304/316 and can be supplied both for installation on pontoons and for installation on quays.
CODE - A - A1 - B - C - D - E - F - G - 01.285 - 80 mm - 80 mm - 150 mm - 110 mm - Ø 40 mm - 40 mm - Ø 12 mm - 56 mm - 01.286 - 80 mm - 80 mm - 190 mm - 150 mm - ...
made from polished stainless steel AISI 316L CODE - A - B - C - D - E - F - PRICE 01.287 - 150 mm - 110 mm - Ø 40 mm - 60 mm - Ø 20 mm - Ø 20 mm - 110,00 € 01.288 - ...
EMERGENCY ANCHOR RECOVERY Ultra Anchor Ring used as an anchor retrival and recovery tool to free the anchor in necessary conditions. EXTRA WEIGHT ...
DOCK PARTS & CUSTOM MADE CONSTRUCTIONS We manufacture anchoring systems, boarding ladders, mooring cleats, mooring bollards, dock light posts and on demand, any other equipment you may need according ...
Pile Ring is an innovative mooring device that provides constant and automatic line adjustment. The Pile Ring has been designed specifically to overcome weather and tidal mooring ...
Description: Mooring Ring, 12mm x 265mm Mooring ring for fastening boats. Bolted through the dock. If the boat is moored sideways to the dock, it should be attached ...
The stainless steel 304 mooring ring has a diameter of 7 cm.
Additional mooring point for the nature harbour or home shore, very strong boat ring. ### Intended for mooring small and mid-sized boats. Fixed to a hole drilled in rock or concrete ...
Hvalpsund Net offers high quality, stainless gyro rings and steel rings, providing safe lifting points – produced by leading European producers.
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How to choose this product
A mooring ring is a port or marina fitting designed to hold vessel mooring lines. It represents an alternative to bollards and cleats.
Such rings are installed on marina docks to eliminate the danger of people tripping on cleat horns.
Mooring rings generally are made of metal and are mounted on a base attached to the dock or marina pontoon, allowing them to pivot through 180°. In addition to being less obtrusive than bollards and cleats, they are considered more reliable when the mooring line is attached using a bowline or a turn and half hitches.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the size and displacement of the vessels to be moored.
- Adjusts to the line-to-dock angle
- Offers more reliable mooring
- Less hazardous to dock users
- Limited durability
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