Concrete pontoons stand out in contrast to other pontoons for its stability and durability. The concrete pontoons are filled with foam plastic covered from all sides with armoconcrete. These pontoons are resistant to freezing in and to salt water exposure. The pontoons, from the heavier breakwaters made of concrete to the lighter ones made of wood, are designed to last for 30-50 years. The all concrete and styrofoam construction of the pontoon produces a very high degree of buoyancy thus making it virtually unsinkable. It is practically maintenance-free and has little or no impact upon Nature and the Environment. Each standard pontoon is designed to accept electrical and water supply services.
Concrete pontoons have a high load capacity and provide long service life. They can be used as piers, breakwaters or trestle bridges. In the winter season they have absolutely unsinkable and reliable functions in operation.
All-concrete floating Heavy Duty Pontoons are used in yacht harbours where the permitted wave height does not exceed 0.5 m. Stable Heavy Duty Pontoons with high load-bearing capacity can be also used as a breakwater, overpass bridges or landing stages. Pontoons are connected by flexible rubber joints and anchored with chains and concrete anchoring. Floats are manufactured of reinforced concrete and have an expanded polystyrene core. Standard float modules are 12 m long, 2.4 m wide and with 0.6 m freeboard. Floats can be fitted with mooring buoys or mooring fingers. Wood decking, mooring rings, fenders, service channels for electricity and water supply are available as auxiliaries. No ice movement is allowed.
Wooden pontoon on the concrete floats is a compound of concrete floats and finished wooden deck elements and allows you to create long and tough construction. They are used in closed aquatoriums.