Floating safety barriers have the highest visibility on the water thanks to the high body. It is suitable for use in flooded areas, areas where the flow rate is high and in dams. Floating safety barriers are made of polyethylene material. Polyethylene, a type of polymer, is one of the strongest and longest-lasting materials used on water. It does not change colour when exposed to long time sun rays with UV feature. Bodies are connected to each other to form a floating structure and various configurations are installed on the water. Inside the barriers there are foam packings called polyurethane or polystyrene.
Pipe float has 600 litre, 800 litre and 1000 litre diameter discharge pipes with the ability to float comfortably. It is used to float the discharge pipes used in bottom screening, sand extraction and waste discharge machines. Pipes are flush closed cell type polyurethane foam padding. Polystyrene filler can also be made if desired. Thanks to this filling, there are no cracks or cracks that can float in the water; The polyurethane filling in it will allow the clamping ability to continue to float. Due to their light and compact nature, it can be handled and clamped to the pipes easily and quickly.
Floating breakwater creates safe areas at sea. Thanks to its modular structure, the floating breakwater created by connecting in different combinations with each other responds to many solutions on the water. The breakwater system is strong and long-lasting due to its high period, durable body structure. Floating breakwater system can be connected with one row, two rows, five rows and seven rows. Depending on factors such as wave height or risk factor in the region, it is decided which system will be suitable. When used as a security barrack, it has a boat stopping power of 3 meters to 22 meters.
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