The Master models are in particular for servicing boats and constructing smaller harbours. For swimming, the freeboard height of the said bridges is too great; one can come out of the water only using ladders. Bridges withstand a higher wave height than in case of Shallow but not more than 0.3 m. The width of a boat bridge is 2.4 m, and a single module is 6 m long. By joining individual modules, solutions of various shapes or lengths may be created; allowance should be made for a module length of 6 m.
This product range has been developed for high plastic floats (450 l). On a bridge module 6 m long, 6 or 8 floats may be positioned (higher load-bearing capacity and less swaying). The bridge is moored to the bottom of the body of water by means of screw piles or concrete anchors, with chains, ropes and Seaflex springs alike used for mooring. In case of this bridge type, concrete anchors weighing 500 to 1000 kg are used to enable the installation and transport of the bridge more simply than in case of big anchors.
The bridge modules have been constructed from impregnated timber, and material with cross-sections of both 45 x 195 mm and 75 x 200 mm are used for beams depending on the given model. For top cover, moulded boards with a cross-section of 28 x 120 mm are used. Depending on our clients’ requirements, we can install on bridges swimming ladders, railings, clothes pegs, mooring rings, engine stand and other like accessories.
The Master model range is well suited for creating both public and personal harbours. The Master modules are ice-resistant; however, it is advisable to lift them out when there the ice moves (rapidly flowing rivers) or in bodies of water with great water level fluctuations (ice breaking from the shore).
Module product range
Boat bridge, pier, raft, terrace, harbour for smaller boats
Acceptable wave height
Up to 0,3 m
450 L / 450 L Styrofoam
Frame 45×195 mm / 70 x 195 mm, decking 28 x 120 mm; impregnated pine HC4
Weight of one anchor position from 500 kg
13 / 16 mm hot-dip galvanized
Resistance to ice
Freezing over is acceptable, whereas ice movement is not acceptable.