These barriers are primarily used on open beaches of hotels, resorts or beach clubs to segregate and protect swimming areas, and/or prevent entry or incursion from passing boats and jetski traffic.
They can also act as a simple demarcation to restrict boat access and designate construction zones. They can be custom made and are generally made up of a combination of small floats and larger marker buoys connected by a high tension floating rope or tension lines.
In areas of high marine traffic, the barriers are enhanced by larger navigation buoys, to ensure easy visual identification of the barrier.
|Products||Standard Recreational Barriers|
|Applications||Designed for open beaches to act as a simple demarcation for swimmers and marine traffic. The low profile prevents dragging or damage due to waves.|
Standard Recreational Barriers
The standard recreational barriers are manufactured using durable, UV-stabilized lemon floats, which are “rubber-like” in softness and flexibility. They are ideal for open beaches to protect swimmers.
The barriers are made up of a combination of small yellow floats and large red marker buoys connected by a high tension rope, and can be enhanced by larger navigation buoys and lights to improve visibility during day- or night-time navigation.
A temporary jellyfish net can also be attached to the barriers for easy removal for storage or cleaning.
|Types||Type I||Type II|
|Total Height||110 mm||147 mm|
|Floatation||170 x 110 mm EVA floats||180 x 147 mm EVA floats|
|Rope||18 mm||18 mm|
|Total Strength||3.8 Tn||3.8 Tn|