JFC showing met and data buoys
Irish plastics manufacturer JFC Marine will showcase to the international market its latest range of data or met buoys at the upcoming Seawork International 2018.
The company offers an extensive range of aids to navigation equipment including lanterns, AIS systems, battery and solar powered solutions. The JFC Marine range are being used to mark out shipping channels, hazardous waters, aquaculture sites and a variety of other marine installations.
They are made from rotationally moulded UV stabilised virgin polyethylene designed especially for marine applications (UV15 rating). Extra strength mooring and lifting eyes ensure ease of manoeuvrability and improved mooring flexibility and service life of the buoys. They are manufactured to the most demanding conditions using superior quality materials and considering ease of assembly both onshore or on deck of support vessels.
Designed for use for both inshore and offshore applications JFC’S modular designed buoys aim to set a new standard in floating aids to navigation. A member of IALA (Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities), JFC buoys and beacons are available in a wide range of IALA recommended colours and configurations.
JFC Marine will showcase its range of data or met buoys at Seawork. The buoy day mark is custom designed to customer specifications to host the necessary instrumentation required for use as: weather stations, water sensors, measuring instruments, wind or solar generators, data transmission, technical compartments etc.
The JFC Marine data buoy range is designed with an emphasis on maximising the optimal area for data monitoring instrumentation. Each buoy is custom designed to satisfy individual customer specifications offering greater flexibility to the customer.
Visit JFC Marine at Seawork International 2018 on stand PB77.
By Jake Frith
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