The SeaHaven Fingers utilise the same high-quality components and designs as used on the SeaHaven Pontoons. Radius end geometry softens the entry to each berth, eliminating harsh corners and, therefore, any risk of damage to the boat.
The shoreward end flares toward the junction with the pontoons, strengthening the connection and providing pedestrians with a generously wide lead-in to each finger.
They are of a heavy-duty construction; rotationally moulded to provide the necessary buoyancy whilst remaining resistant to impact damage, frost and long-term decay such as spalling found on concrete floats.
Access for repairs and maintenance is simply gained by removing the decking sections from above. Four securing bolts release each float for exchange or inspection.
- Each float is fully interchangeable and filled with polystyrene.
- Standard, lengths are 6, 8, 10 and 12m with a width of 1m.
- Other sizes can be achieved, and special angles can be manufactured to fit individual layouts.
- All fingers are joined to pontoons via heavy block and bolt connections. They can be optimally positioned to deliver precise, individual berthing requirements.
- 1.5 kN/m2 applied minimum
- UDL as standard, higher loadings are available.
- YHA Code of Practice, 7th Edition & Current ISO Standards for Steelwork.
- Freeboard: 550mm (nominal unloaded), adjustable with float configurations.
- Draft: 380mm (nominal)
- Completely welded fabrication consisting of channels, angles and hollow structural steel sections.
- UV stabilised polyethylene floats highly resistant to oil and chemicals.
- Roto-moulded and filled with solidified polystyrene
- Optimal buoyancy trim through selection of: 550mm, 650mm and 750mm depths.
- Mini-Mesh GRP (standard), Optional: Composite, Softwood/Hardwood or Concrete.
- Choice of PVC, rubber or timber. Wide range of profiles accommodated.
- All mild steel components hot dip galvanised to BS EN ISO 1461.
- Cast aluminium with stainless steel through bolts
- M24 Nut and Bolt with Rubber Block (4 No Per pontoon connection)
- Rubber block and bolt. Infinitely variable positioning relative to pontoon.
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