Depending on the size of the vessels, we offer either T-bollards or boat lashing rings .
Mooring rings are used to attach smaller vessels with tensile strengths between 10kN and 20kN.
Depending on the surface material of the floating pontoon, the appropriate product must be selected.
Conventional mooring rings are attached through the beam of the wooden boarding of the floating pontoon or, in the case of a concrete pontoon, through a side fender. Mooring rings with a plate are attached to the concrete by bolts.
You can choose between durable hot-dip galvanized metal or stainless steel.
T-bollards are used to attach larger vessels with a tensile strength of 25 kN or more.
We offer three bollards of different sizes and strengths; the range of materials includes stainless steel and hot-dip galvanized metal.
In the case of a floating pontoon, the T-bollards must be fastened with screws to the beam of the boarding. In the case of a heavy-duty pontoon, they should be cast into the pontoon during its manufacture.
Mooring rings for heavy duty pontoons
When ordering a heavy-duty pontoon, our engineers will help with the distribution of boat places, so that the bollards or mooring rings will definitely stay in the right places.