Mooring systems are designed to hold buoys into position in all conditions including cyclonic. They consist of steel chain, swivels, shackles and a mooring weight on the seabed.
The mooring system employed to maintain a floating aid on station is critical to the effectiveness of the aid to navigation. Mooring design and maintenance are skills that have been developed over many years within AMS’s workforce.
Careful appraisal of site conditions is required to ensure that mooring performance is not reduced by environmental factors. AMS personnel have significant experience in the assessment of site conditions and in developing mooring configurations that maximise life and station keeping ability.
AMS has access to service providers in key areas, who can assist with site assessment surveys and in monitoring of mooring conditions.
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