All Purpose Floats

All Purpose Floats

Why choose Techstar All Purpose Dock Floats?all-purpose-floats

  1. Both lumber and hardware stay out of the water, floats lag thru moulded holes to the bottom of your frame.
  2. Less wood required for construction.
  3. Less labor to build your dock.
  4. Polyethylene is environmentally friendly.
  5. Polyethylene is gasoline resistant.
  6. Polyethylene is resistant to aquatic wildlife such as muskrats, otters and beavers.
  7. 3 Heights to choose from (8″, 12″ and 16″).
  8. 6 Mounting holes are molded in.
  9. All 3 sizes are filled with closed cell expanded polystyrene.

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Requirements:

Choose your required freeboard then pick the correct float for height taking into consideration your frame height. Next, work out the square footage of your dock design and consult the chart below. Let’s say you were going to build an 8’x20′ standard rectangular dock and wanted to use AP-12 floats. Your dock would be 160 square feet so if you divide by 20 (the number off the chart), you would need a minimum of 8 floats. Put a float close to or right on each corner and spread the balance out relatively equally. An extra long or heavy ramp will require flotation where dock and ramp meet.

Model Number Outside Dimensions Flotation (pounds) Average Wall Thickness Sq. Foot Deck Coverage Shipping Weight Per Skid
AP-8 24″ x 48″ x 8″ 250 .125 15 28 20
AP-12 24″ x 48″ x 12″ 400 .150 20 35 12
AP-16 24″ x 48″ x 16″ 510 .225 25 45 10