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Mooring buoy Surface
multipurposeanchorfor terminals

mooring buoy
mooring buoy
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Characteristics

Type
mooring, multipurpose, anchor
Use
for terminals, special mark, isolated danger, prohibited area, for commercial ports
Material
foam, rotomolded polyethylene, polyurethane, rotation-molded
Other characteristics
cylindrical, rigid, for strong currents

Description

Professional buoy solution from the offshore surface to subsea 7000msw. We provide a comprehensive range of resilient foam buoys products with advance solid buoyancy material production and polymer engineering. Our offshore buoyancy buoys generally consist of a closed-cell foam core encapsulated with tough, resistant polyurethane outer skin, combined with high-quality steelwork. We can make subsurface mooring buoys, cable floats, pipeline floaters, ROV buoyancy modules, special shape buoys, and other syntactic foam products. The out skin can be made by polyethylene shell and polyurethane elastomer. General surface support buoys are extensively used in single-point mooring (SPM) systems. The three main types are cylindrical buoys, chain-through buoys, and pick-up buoys. General surface buoys are constructed by resilient closed cell polyethylene /EVA foam around the inner central steelwork, covered by polyurethane (PU) outer kin. The resilient closed cell polyethylene/EVA foam core guarantees self-fendering and unsinkable even in case of damage. And self-colored polyurethane elastomer skin is resistant to abrasion and ultraviolet rays degradation. For extreme service environments, the polyurethane elastomer skin can be reinforced by nylon to protective coating has higher tear strength, making the buoy long-lasting and virtually maintenance free.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.