Products/Services for Barge Mooring Bollards

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    Bollards - (207 companies)
    Figure 1: Bollards. Source: N Chadwick/CC BY-SA 2.0 The simple bollard has come a long way from its earliest days in use at piers for mooring ships. Modern bollards still provide essential functions at ports and docks in addition to their use...
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    Buoys and Floats - (70 companies)
    Buoys and floats are designed to float on the surface of a body of water, or are supported below the water 's surface to mark a location. They are used in marine navigation, boat mooring, nautical communications, and weather observation applications...
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    Link Chain - (215 companies)
    Link chain includes loop, welded, weldless, sash, jack, ball, beaded, plumbers, safety, and coil chains for lifting, securing, lashing, mooring, rigging, security, keeping, traction, actuation and other applications. Link chain includes loop, welded...
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    Traffic Safety Equipment - (372 companies)
    ...cones and barricades. bollards. barrels and drums. sensors. sensing systems. traffic control systems. signs. lights. signals. Applications. Traffic safety equipment is used at accident sites to ensure that oncoming traffic is directed around...
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    Dredges - (22 companies)
    The typical configuration is a crane mounted on a barge that is positioned using anchors or spuds. With a clamshell dredge, all material is excavated to the surface and placed on a barge. Environmental impact is a concern because of material...
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    Navigation Lights - (34 companies)
    ...are typically yellow, and dredges must also mark the dredge line with lights. Fishing craft may use drift lights to mark the positions of fish gillnet and lobster traps. Moored and towed barges present a serious danger because these unpiloted vessels...
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    Posts, Spacers, and Standoffs - (443 companies)
    Posts, spacers and standoffs are threaded and used in applications where boards, plates, or other items need to be fastened to each other.
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    Thrusters (marine) - (33 companies)
    ...the whole motor. For example, many fleeting tugs, the inland waterway equivalent of a switching locomotive for barges, are powered solely by azimuth thrusters. These thruster units can range in power from 5 hp to 10,000 hp, with diesel engines used...
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    Weights - (107 companies)
    ...for buoyancy control in vessels and barges. In airplanes and balloons, they improve stability or change the center of gravity. Other functions include testing mechanisms and calibration procedures for laboratories and industrial applications. Masses...
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    Entry Gates - (289 companies)
    ...designs and other decorative components, but can be equipped with access controls for automatic or semi-automatic entry. Security gates are functional entry gates that can be integrated with video cameras, keypads, bollards, and other security systems...

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