The floating modules
, a patent resulting from the military, are being ISO / RINA and tested UNIVERSITY OF PADUA.
They are built on demand in different colors, currently the most requested is the turquoise most of all it integrates with the color of the water and in three basic forms:
Each block is made with a single printed with compressed air inside that allows the material to high molecular density to expand uniformly in the mold and thus have the same thickness everywhere.
The material used is called the S TOTAL 56020 POLYETHYLENE HDPE
Density = 0.952 g/cm3 ISO 1183
CERTIFIED ITALIAN Ministerial Decree of 21/03/1973 updated in 04.26.1993, DM N ° 220 and up to date with the Ministerial Decree 28/03/2003 # 123.
This raw material, used for the construction of our elements, in brief, is extremely resistant to all influences marine, salt water and acids, and is also used for food use. It is extremely resistant to UV rays, resists temperatures from - 60 ° to + 80 degrees Celsius and also easily recyclable.
This product is guaranteed for a minimum of 3 years.
The assembly between the various blocks is carried out with a pin which, rotated with a wrench 45 degrees, joins the rings marked from 1 to 4 blocking them with each other and the elements making a single body, while allowing the whole to float on the waves.
Obviously the non-slip walking surface, rounded edges, the ergonometric shape, all the accessories, have evolved over the years, allowing many people around the world to benefit from these systems without problems.
The buoyancy is conservatively defined in 380 Kg per square meter.
You can build:
All facilities are fully integrated into the environment, without any impact.
They can be removed without a trace and reusable.
L x L x A = 50 x 50 x 40 cm, Weight 6,0 kg
L x L x A = 100 x 50 x 40 cm, Weight 11,0 kg
turquoise, black, light blue, light gray
SINGLE ELEMENT, LOW VERSION:
L x L x A = 50 x 50 x 25 cm Weight 5,0 kg
350 kg\m2 single layered
700 kg\m2 double layered
1050 kg\m2 triple layered
- 60oC / + 80oC
Total HDPE56020S density Molec 0,954 g\cm2