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Well designed, well built & pragmatically installed floating dock systems, if properly maintained, render great service for years together. Frequently removing grime, dirt and other unwanted outdoor elements accumulated on the dock surface arrests its fading & helps to preserve the dock system’s beauty. Mussels, barnacles, lichens & other types of marine growth mar the appearance of the docks and the associated structures securing it in the water. Incodock, a floating pontoon manufacturer in India, has some tips on how to keep your floating dock system look great irrespective of any condition all around the year. 7 Tips For Floating Dock System’s Effective Cleaning   Before venturing for cleaning the floating dock, identify any damaged dock units that need to be repaired or replaced since not doing so might result in further damage to them while cleaning. After you have thoroughly inspected the dock system from all sides & ascertained…
As the demand of floating docks in India is steadily growing among entities from diverse backgrounds, there are concerns about the safety aspects of floating dock systems. Also, in the eventuality of hazards like flash floods when the Monsoon is approaching the Indian subcontinent, cities prone to floods are worst hit. During the floods, floating docks are at higher risk than fixed & recessed docks. Flash floods bring the destructive rage without warning and floating docks, if not properly secured, are sitting ducks in that catastrophic eventuality. We at Inco believe that implementation of floating dock safety measures is of paramount importance. Our patron’s safety on the floating docks is our topmost priority & we manufacture the floating docks keeping the same in mind. Extending that concern, Inco brings to you 10 ways to identify & patch-up the seen or unseen dangers lurking on and around your floating dock. 10…
Anybody that’s been on a clean, scenic waterfront will vouch for the experience. When you’re on the edge of a dock or pier, legs dangling, wind flowing, sun setting, just water in front of you, you feel truly free. It’s a great feeling, one of the most pristine forms of escape from daily routine. In addition to aesthetics, docks have all sorts of purposes. While it has traditionally been customary to build stationary docks, we see floating docking systems becoming more and more popular due to their versatility – especially easy to move & reconfigure modular solutions like Incodock’s systems comprising HDPE cubes. Here, we compare stationary, elevated docks to modular, floating ones and their respective strengths and weaknesses STATIONARY DOCKS: These docks are built with a gap above the waterline to account for tides and fluctuations in water level. They are usually secured by steel pilings driven into the…
A floating boat dock is an excellent way to secure your boat when it’s not in use. It is the perfect mooring system for your boat, where the floating raft-like construction is fastened with stretchy cables to the pilings on the sea floor. This article will enumerate the benefits of owning a floating dock. Floating docks are buoyant and flexible –in comparison with stationary boat docks. Consequently, this helps the floating boat dock to ride the waves with your boat better than the stationary ones. In a storm, a boat tends to get tossed around a stationary dock; it may slam into the dock causing immense damage to your boat, to the dock or to both. You can circumvent this problem by owning a floating dock. The elasticity of the floating dock also exerts lesser stress on your lines and cleats. Stepping on and off a floating boat dock is so much…

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