About Floating Marina
Seven basic characteristics of pontoon docks：
1. The service life of the Floating Marina can exceed 15 years. In addition to the irresistible and unreasonable use of human factors in the ecological and natural environment, there is almost no need to spend maintenance and maintenance costs.
2. The Floating Marina has high carrying capacity, the cylinder is stable and durable, and the carrying capacity per square meter is high.
3. The upper surface of the Floating Marina adopts anti-slip pattern design, which is safe and firm; the four corners are arc-shaped obtuse angles to prevent common risks of general cement, wood and iron facilities, such as slipping, wood chips, rusty nails, etc.
4. The Floating Marina is fully equipped, including mooring bolts, railings, anti-collision balls, anti-collision cylinders and bolts. The wharf can dock ships of various sizes; in addition, due to the buoyancy characteristics of the floating platform on the water, the wharf can automatically rise and fall as the water level rises and falls, which increases the safety and comfort of tourists getting on and off the boat.
5. The cost of the Floating Marina is reasonable and economical, and in the long run, it can save a lot of repair, maintenance, replacement, repair costs and time.
6. The Floating Marina is made of high-molecular-weight high-density polyethylene, which is an anti-corrosion, anti-freeze, anti-oxidation, and anti-purple reinforced material. It will not be eroded by sea water, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, oil stains, and aquatic organisms, and will not be polluted environment.
7. The assembly of the Floating Marina is simple, fast, flexible and has various shapes. The overall selection of the modular structure can meet the needs of various landscapes, and the shape of the platform can be changed quickly; the appearance is bright and beautiful, which adds to the beauty of the scenic spot and enhances the publicity effect; according to different venues and atmospheres, it can be constructed differently from other materials (wood, steel) architectural style.