pipe floater/pipe floater/pipe floater/pipe floater
GENERRAL FEATERS OF Floater or floats pipe/piping as follows.
1. For sand dredging
2. For mud dredging
3. For sea water dredging
4. Good floating
5. Buoyancy is better
FLOATER for HDPE/UHMWPE sand dredging pipe:
TECHNICAL LITERATURE OF PIPE FLOATER
Structure of Floater for Dredging Pipe
Hard Polyurethane Foam
Steel Bolts & Nuts
Length: 1.5%, Diameter: ±1%, Thickness: ±1mm, Weight: ±2%
2. Appearance must be smooth and homogeneous, bright color, the diameter of burned dots must be under 100mm.
Main Technical Properties
Technical Index of Hull
Inside Technical Index
After tital aging energy≥3.5GJ/m2
Break Elingation %≥
Oxidative Induction Time 200°Cmm≥
|Dredging Floater Specification Table|
|Pipe OD (mm)||Floater ID (mm)||Floater OD (mm)||Floater Length (mm)||Wall Thickness (mm)||Net Buoyancy (kg)||Weight (kg)|
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