This trademark stands for 100 years of experience and at least a 50 year lifetime..
Robust coupling wells make it easy to inspect connectors and anchoring.
Countersunk screws and covers on our coupling wells. Easy on bare feet and toenails.
Galvanized steel access wells. No exposed reinforcement. Note the port for the anchor chain.
Stainless steel fender bolts / washers in stainless steel ferrules. Fender replacement after 15 years? No problem!
Stainless steel fittings. No more rust stains on the pontoon.
Experienced, union employees with proper protective equipment..
Thick topcoat provides thick walls and gravity. This contributes to a long life.
Wide range of super strong connections with the best rust protection.
Plastic coated wire packed with corrosion inhibiting grease.
A strong coupling between two strong pontoons.
Correct spacing at joints prevent concrete grinding against concrete.
Massive anchor shackles...
Anchor that digs it's way into the seabed.
High-grade shackle with triple security.
Site visit and sounding means that we know what is needed for each project.
Steel clad recesses for fittings. Distributes pressure from the edges of the concrete.
3-tonne bollard in stainless steel, bolted to the stainless steel ferrules, under the wooden deck.
Wide range of the Swedish-made original, Y-bommen.
Gangway in different lengths. Wooden deck on galvanized frame with nylon wheels. Quiet and smooth.
Special projects, an example from Jönköping
Cross dividers provide enough strength to withstand freezing.
When the wind blows, all the details come into play. That's what we mean by "We are here after the storm".
A port that does not survive a storm is not a real port. SF Marina has built and developed floating port facilities for nearly 100 years, we have gradually learned how we build strong enough to withstand the forces of nature that we must cope with while we let through calculated movements without any breaks. Our ports, like us, are still there after the storm.
The total cost of a port is determined by its LCC (Life Cycle Cost), ie the total cost of keeping the port operable and beautiful throughout its lifetime. With our long experience, we know that the life of the components and the price / availability of replacement parts is crucial.
Here we show a selection of details that are easy to miss at first glance when comparing pontoons. We know that none of these is there by accident. This is what is most important.