Beacon buoy SB-2200P
mooringhigh seaspolyethylene

beacon buoy
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Characteristics

Type
beacon, mooring
Use
high seas
Material
polyethylene

Description

SB-2200P Sentinel®, a larger patented version of the extremely successful SB-98P, is Tideland Signal’s newest generation of large sea buoys. This buoy’s patented hull, lifting and mooring eye system, and its twin-keel design, bring together two decades of experience in providing worldwide, on-station alternatives to steel and GRP buoys. The SB-2200P modular design is ideal for use in open seas, exposed channels and harbours, and its twin keel provides superior performance in currents up to 6 knots. SB-2200P is a direct replacement for most steel ocean buoys. FEATURES • UV-STABILISED POLYETHYLENE – Rotationally moulded for a tough 12mm thick body with increased thickness for reinforcement at stress points. The polyethylene material is abrasion resistant, shock absorbing, impact resistant, and able to withstand collisions at sea. In addition, it repels marine growth. Colour pigment is impregnated throughout, eliminating the need for repeated, costly sandblasting and painting. • MODULAR CONSTRUCTION – A float section, middle superstructure section and top navaid section form the SB-2200P buoy. In the event of damage, individual sections can be easily replaced on the deck of a buoy tender at sea. • MATCHING OR ALTERNATING COLOURS – Bifurcation buoys easily can be made, either red or green as needed. Cardinal buoys can be assembled using the same method with yellow and black sections. Fairway or Safe Water buoys are produced using a process of colour graphics, resulting in red and white vertical striping. Wreck marker buoys use the same process, resulting in blue and yellow vertical striping.

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