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Buoyant Works expand range

Following the launch of their FenderIT range at last year's Seawork, Buoyant Works have built up an extended range of designs to add to their portfolio for commercial work boats and leisure vessels together with quayside and pontoon protection.

Focusing on the design, engineering and manufacture of high performance fendering and using the latest in polymer processing equipment, Buoyant Works have created a non-foam, high wear resistant, polymer cast fendering design which weighs 50% less than a rubber alternative.

Key benefits include soft feel energy absorbing structure, multiple configurations available incorporating the same repeatable design, significantly lighter weight than other “non-foam” based designs, consistent and predictable performance throughout the fender’s life and manufacture from a high-performance polymer designed specifically for dynamic high wear applications.

The polymer used offers excellent dynamic performance, high wear and abrasion resistance even under extreme conditions, retention of physical properties at elevated temperatures, low heat buildup under load and repeat deformations, chemical and moisture resistant at elevated temperatures and multiple attachment methods to existing hull designs.

Buoyant Works will be on Stand PG148 with product samples and full technical information.

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