Barton Marine product partnership with Barrus
Marine deck hardware supplier Barton Marine partnered with Barrus to showcase its products at Seawork 2019.
Visitors to the exhibition were able to view a variety of products including Barton Marine’s versatile track and traveller car systems; its Industrial Snatch Blocks; and its Block on a Strop. Other products included the ClamSeal for the immediate repair of inflatables; LineTamers for safely securing and organising ropes and articles on board; and the EasySplice rope splicer.
Barton sales manager, Christian Brewer, said: “While many people know Barton Marine for our extensive array of leisure marine products, Seawork is a great opportunity to showcase our growing range of commercial and industrial products.”
The track and traveller car systems utilise marine-grade aluminium extruded tracks and sliding car systems to provide lightweight and high load bearing solutions. Barton has specific expertise in curving track to bespoke specifications making them perfect for refits, special design applications for OEM uses and for replacing existing tracking systems.
Barton’s Industrial Snatch Blocks are suitable for when pulley blocks are needed, offering simplicity and confidence, for moving and lifting loads from 200kg to 350kg.
Barton Marine’s CE certified Block on a Strop is designed with a durable series seven precision ball bearing sheave block, incorporated with a professionally spliced dyneema strop. It functions as a portable lifting device for a range of equipment, loads and tools given a WWL of 600kg.
By Rebecca Jeffrey
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