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Boat protection Solutions

Innovative solutions for water access, buoys, fenders and Antifouling.

Foam Filled fenders and buoys

All buoys are filled using closed–cell polyurethane foam

Foams are made up of a mass of air bubbles and are classified as open-cell or closed- cell.

In open-cell foam the individual cells are interconnected, whereas in closed-cell foam each cell is completely enclosed by a thin membrane of plastic and are packed close together and will not compress or settle over time.

Foam filled
For specialised applications,  our commercial  range of buoys and fenders can be pressure filled using marine grade polyurethane foam, to a density of 36kg per cubic metre.


Key Benefits

  • Increased wall strength in the event of impact
  • Excellent buoyancy characteristics due to each cell acting as an individual float.
  • Acts as a water restrictive barrier preventing the buoy acting like a sponge
  • The buoy when punctured or waterlogged will stay afloat.
  • Lightweight

 
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Why Choose Us?

> TomBuoys Ltd is an online supplier of innovative marine brands that offer a better boating experience for both the leisure and commercial customer. . If you do not see exactly what you need, please get in contact as we will source it for you if possible.

We welcome enquires from the marine industry, clubs and organisations as well as private individuals. We cater from a single fender or buoy to any size project based in the UK or worldwide.
 


 
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