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Easily configured

The system can be configured to carry heavy plant machinery such as diggers for dredging, up to a maximum of 650kg per square metre of loading – sufficient to support all but the heaviest industrial equipment. Protective surfaces are available when painting, shot blasting or sparking from hot work.

Full maritime capability

As well as suiting the ‘civils’ sector, the floating pontoon rental system was initially developed for the maritime sector and is capable of performing in the most demanding of port applications, as proven worldwide.

A wide range of applications

Suited to more unusual and challenging projects, the list of applications for our pontoons is virtually limitless – for example, housing for temporary pumping installations and even supporting pipe work running to shore.

Static or moving

Pontoons can be anchored, even in rivers and tidal waters, or free floating with outboard motors attached for quick relocation or mobile work.


Our greatest asset, and the one most appreciated by our customers, is our experience. You will be reassured from your very first contact with us that you are dealing with the right company to provide the right solution for your needs.

Safety and quality

We have years of experience in providing pontoon systems, with an unblemished safety record. We are one of the very few UK operators with ISO9001 accreditation.

Diverse uses

Floating pontoons are also a staple of the film and television sectors with whom we have a long list of credits including the Bond film franchise and Countryfile.

Talk to us

Please call us to discuss how the system might be configured to suit your particular application. Call 01590 607104 now.

Talk to us
Do you have a pontoon requirement in mind? Send us your details using the form below or have a quick chat with one of our experts on 01590 607104.

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