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Marine Bollards | Mooring Bollards

August 8, 2012
English: Mooring bollard at sunset, Lyme Regis...

English: Mooring bollard at sunset, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK. Français : Une Bitte d’amarrage au coucher du soleil. Lyme Regis, Comté de Dorset, Royaume-Uni. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Marine Bollards | Cast Iron and Cast Steel

Bollards for marine use are available in various shapes and sizes. The standard quality of material used to manufacture marine bollards is Spheroidal Graphite, commonly known as “SG”. This material is corrosion resistant and is also strong.

The Marine Bollard supplied by us is long trouble free service life. The Marine Bollards are safe by all concern for mooring and are also provide highly stable service.

We also supply Marine Bollards made up of materials like Cast Iron, Ductile Iron and Cast Steel. Marine Bollards are available in various other alloys also with us.

The Shape and working capacity of marine bollards available with us are

  1. T-Shape Marine Bollards :  Available in Bollard Pull 10 Tons to 200 Tons
  2. Horn Shape Marine Bollards : Available in Bollard Pull 30 Tons to 300 Tons
  3. Kidney Shape Marine Bollards : Available in Bollard Pull 30 Tons to 300 Tons
  4. Single Bitt Marine Bollards : Available in Bollard Pull 30 Tons to 300 Tons
  5. Double Bitt Bollards : Available in Bollard Pull 20 Tons to 300 Tons

We are also supplying small marine deck equipment bollards of small sizes in alloys of bollard pull of 15 Tons, 20 Tons, 30 Tons, 50 Tons, 80 tons and 100 Tons in T-shape, Horn shape and Kidney shape.

Interested clients do contact us by leaving their requirement details in the comment box below

 

 

 

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