TECHNOSMITHS DUBAI ARE THE LEADING STAINLESS STEEL CLEATS, BITTS AND BOLLARDS MANUFACTURERS
STAINLESS STEEL CLEATS AND BOLLARDS, CARBON STEEL GALVANIZED CLEATS AND BOLLARDS, CAST IRON MOORING BOLLARDS AND BITTS, CAST ALUMINUM AND CAST BRONZE CLEATS AND BOLLARDS, RUSTIC AND ANTIQUED, CLASSICAL ART BOLLARDS ARE OUR SPECIALTY.
STAINLESS STEEL CLEATS AND BOLLARD FOR NAKHEEL MARINA
WE HAVE FABRICATED AND INSTALLED THOUSANDS OF STAINLESS STEEL CLEATS AND BOLLARDS IN DUBAI, ABU-DHABI, QATAR AND BAHRAIN.
As a stainless steel CLEATS, BITTS AND BOLLARDS fabrication facility we have delivered thousands of quality CLEATS,BITTS AND BOLLARDS to some of the most iconi civil construction projects in the UAE. Burj Khalifa, Burj al Arab, Dubai Airport Terminals, The Metro, Sowha Island Development, District Cooling Plants, Pearl Qatar Marina, Marasi Marina Development, Bahrain Marina, Nakheel Marina, The Floating Bridge, Dubal and Emal and scores of similar projects bear the marks of our sweat and toil.
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MARINA BOAT DOCKING AND MOORING CLEATS AND BOLLARDS
Bollards and Cleats are made of stainless steel 316L available in different finishes ranging from partially brushed, to brush to mirror finish of #8. Manufactured to suit needs from 2 tons of docking load to 10 tons of load, designed and simulated for forces in vertical axis.
Up to 6 tons’ load bearing capacity, the design is horn type that has two members aligned in vertical direction and a cross bracing member in horizontal direction. For cleats greater than 6 tons are a twin post design with two vertical members and a horizontal bracing the verticals at midpoint. Twin post cleats have a clutch caps for holding the rope within the bounds.
For mass manufacturing of the Bollards and Cleats, the stainless steel procured has European origins for superior material quality or it is procured from renowned mills in Asia. Material test certificates are furnished in the Appendix.
After procurement, the plates are then cut on water jet systems for accurate dimensions and centers for the anchorage bolts are marked so corresponding drilling operation has accurate locations. Depending on the type of CLEATS, BITTS AND BOLLARDS, the stainless steel pipe is cut to length on chop saw; the edges of the cut length are then de-burred and beveled for subsequent operations.
The base plates, prepared by the water jet cuts are drilled for holes on the column drill and then made countersunk for neater finish and anchorage grip. The horizontal member for the horn type cleat is pressed inside a special die to form a slightly elliptical shape. Members are then mounted on the jig which is rough scaffold of the actual design, to align the members in their locations. The fixtures are then positioned and tack welded once in their desired location. Twin post cleats have extra caps that are tack welded before the welding operation.
Welding operation involve a MIG welding operation for cleaner finish. All members on both type of CLEATS AND BOLLARDS are fillet welded with a throat size of at least 6mm, and throat is attained in multiple passes ensuring welding induced heat to be dissipated in alternate fashion. Once welding operation is completed, the cleats are then visually inspected for any final touches or cleaning before the surface finish operations.
LINK FOR CLEATS, BITTS AND BOLLARDS TESTING SPECIFICATIONS: https://www.boatus.org/findings/16/