Bridges constructed on concrete floats with timber frames are stable and efficient by nature. Both smaller and big harbours are constructed on concrete floats. Both the suitable float and the number of floats are selected based on the required load-bearing capacity of the pier.
Concrete floats are suitable for creating the kind of harbour where the environmental conditions are relatively stable every year. A bridge on concrete floats may be constructed when there is no need to lift the bridge out. Bridges of any width or length may be created on concrete floats. In terms of size, we have divided concrete floats into two groups: Villa S (1.5 × 2.38 × 0.71; weight 1240 kg, load-bearing capacity 1300 kg) and Villa L (2.38 × 3.12 × 0.71; weight 2056 kg, load-bearing capacity 3216 kg).
Module product range
Boat bridge, pier, raft, terrace, harbour for boats
Acceptable wave height
Up to 0,3 m
Villa S (1,5×2,38×0,71; weight 1240 Kg, load capacity 1300 Kg ) Villa L (2,38×3,12×0,71; weight 2056 Kg, load capacity 3216 Kg)
Frame 70 x 195 mm, decking 28 x 120 mm; impregnated pine HC4
From 1500 kg
Weight of one anchor position from 1000 kg
16 / 20 mm hot-dip galvanized
Resistance to ice
Freezing over is acceptable, whereas ice movement is not acceptable.