The AMR 9000 mooring buoys are suitable for most applications from harbour and coastal locations to deep sea conditions.
The buoy hulls are made up of eight rotationally moulded, medium density polyethylene (MDPE) float sections, combined with a galvanised steel central structure. This creates a strong, lightweight buoy capable of supporting substantial load of up to 150 tonnes.
The use of polyethylene for the hulls allows the buoys to absorb minor impacts without damage to the buoy or vessel.
Floats are 3m diameter providing 9000Kg of gross buoyancy. Whilst normally supplied as white or yellow, other colours are available if required. The buoys’ modular design allows for commonality of parts, thereby reducing maintenance, inspection, replacement and spares holding costs.
The AMR 9000 has a selection of possible mooring attachments: a quick release hook, shackle, stat ‘T’, or ‘D’ link.