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Electrical distribution pedestal ATLANTIC
water supplyfor docks

electrical distribution pedestal
electrical distribution pedestal
electrical distribution pedestal
electrical distribution pedestal
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Characteristics

Type
electrical distribution, water supply
Installation
for docks

Description

Usage: Service pedestal for yachts. Extensions: CEE socket outlets (max. 6), water tap, illumination. Payment system: coin operated/Sep card reader. TV or internet connection. Combines with: Revolving or fixed hose reel. Why the Atlantic? The material we use for the Atlantic pedestal is of the highest quality. We can give a 10-year guarantee that it will survive in a sea water environment without any corrosion problems. The base is made from an extruded high-quality aluminium section, at least 3.5 mm in thickness. This gives you the advantage that the Atlantic pedestal is virtually maintenance-free. The hose reel has grey impact-proof PE flanges which do not become warped like aluminium. The grey colour of the hose reel and its relatively narrow width help to minimise the hazard of attracting germs. The Atlantic pedestal has been tested by KEMA and qualified for IP54. This involved a range of tough tests, including talcum powder and water. All of these were passed with flying colours. Specifications: Dimensions: 240x230mm, height 1000 / 1200 mm. Pedestal base: 387 x 277 x 6 mm. Compatible with 230V/16A tot 400V/125A. Available in any RAL-colour. Standard colour is anodised or powder coated blue RAL 5012. Covers and lighting: -flat alumnium white cover (standard version); -energy-efficient LED cover, alumnium white, ensures atrractive and subtle lighting; -polycarbonate cover with built-in light; -crown fitting for the lighting of surrounding jetties.

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