Galvanized Steel Floating Dock Systems - Built for Strength
Galvanized Steel Floating Docks and Floating Dock Systems are designed and engineered for strength by using a heavy-duty 12″ box truss design.
GALVANIZED STEEL FLOATING DOCK CONSTRUCTION METHOD
A Galvanized Steel Docks fingers are positioned between head pier sections creating a pre-engineered reinforced joint where members meet. This make steel docks much stronger than in case of simply attaching each finger to the head pier as many builders do.
Each finger section and head pier section is fabricated as an individual member then hot-dip galvanized. We also utilize underwater bracing as required for additional steel docks support, especially for wider and longer slips often seen in marinas. Wind bracing is used as required in the engineering process.
GALVANIZED STEEL DOCK SUBSTRUCTURE
Galvanized Steel docks sub-frames consist of a 12″ box truss design composed of side panels which feature 1 1/2″ x 3/16″ angle for the top & bottom cords and 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/16″ angle members for the diagonal web in the side panels.
Cross trusses are located every 4′ with a diagonal between each truss on the bottom of the section against the floatation. 3″ x 3″ x 3/16″ angle corner members are used where sections are joined with grade 8 bolts. ALL STEEL DOCKS COMPONENTS are hot dipped galvanized.
GALVANIZED STEEL FLOATING DOCK SYSTEMS – ENGINEERED FOR STRENGTH
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