Ecomoor®, the next-generation of mooring systems, is an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional mooring systems.
More and more marina operators, port authorities and governments around the world are prohibiting chain moorings and requiring more environmentally-friendly moorings (EFMs) to help preserve our natural environment. Ecomoor does not damage the seabed like traditional mooring chains, as the mooring line floats in all marine conditions and environments. This makes it an ideal solution for sensitive regions with corals and seagrass.
Its lightweight makes it very easy to install and maintain. It requires no heavy lifting and handling equipment during installation, reducing transport and installation costs at the same time. Lengths range from 2 up to 20 meters, however, can be extended or connected together to create longer lengths, depending on project requirements.
Ecomoor can be used for different applications, from navigation buoys and deep moorings, to floating solar structures and aquaculture parks.
Our Aids to Navigation (AtoN) offering is now complete. A full range of marine buoys, marine lanterns and mooring systems, both traditional and ecomoorings, are easily available to cover your needs.
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Just like Environmentally Friendly Moorings (EFMs), Ecomoor is the next-generation of mooring systems, designed to have less impact on the seabed than traditional moorings.
Ecomoor can be used for different applications, from navigation buoys and deep moorings, to floating solar structures and aquaculture parks. Ecomoor was recently installed to secure the region's first solar panel farm.
|Break Strength (T)||4||8||12||20||30||50||70||100|
|Polyurethane||460% elongation||-30˚C to +90˚C||35 MPa tensile strength|
|Nylon||35% elongation||Up to 149˚C|
|Steel||HDG 306 or 316|
|2 to 20 M (as per project requirements; multiple lengths can be connected for deeper moorings)|