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Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.
Deck and Mooring
Deckside
A3-1850
Bollard – BSMA 12 Design A
The bollard can be loaded with two mooring ropes each
with a breaking strength not exceeding the values in
the tables. Wound in figure of eight fashion, approx.
five turns per bitt. The bollard can be loaded with one
towing rope laid in a single sling over one of the bitts
and with a breaking strength not exceeding the values
in the table.
ASSEMBLY ON SHIP
1.
Position the base onto the finished deck location
2.
Insert the bitt tubes into the base
3.
Raise the base plate and weld bitts to deck
4.
Lower baseplate and weld to bitts and deck.
Type
Max. Bollard
Load (tonne)
Tube
Plate
L1
L2
H1
H2
B
D3
Est.
Weight
(
kg)
Mooring Towing
D1
D1
100
3
6
114
100
450
250
150
75
150
150
25
125
4
8
140
125
560
315
190
80
190
190
37
160
5
10
168
160
720
400
250
90
250
225
59
200
8
16
219
200
900
500
300
100
300
265
86
250
12
24
273
250
1130
630
380
125
380
325
166
315
20
40
324
315
1430
800
480
150
480
400
311
400
32
64
406
400
1800 1000
600
175
600
480
626
450
40
80
457
450
2025 1125
675
185
675
520
825
500
46
92
508
500
2250 1250
750
200
750
600
965
550
54
108
559
550
2475 1375
825
210
825
650
1371
630
70
140
610
630
2830 1570
940
225
940
730
1686
710
82
164
711
720
3200 1750 1050
250
1050
840
2295
800
100
200
813
820
3600 2000 1200
275
1200
950
3126
L2
=
L1
H1
H2
B
ØD1
ØD2
Edges
Rounded
==
L2
=
=
L1
H1
H2
B
ØD1
ØD2
Edges
Rounded