Barton Marine track and traveller car systems at Seawork
Barton Marine’s products on display at Seawork will include track and traveller car systems for use on commercial vessels.
These marine-grade aluminium extruded tracks and sliding car systems provide lightweight and high load bearing solutions, and are available for individual customisation. Barton has specific expertise in curving track to specification, for refits, special design applications for OEM uses and for replacing existing tracking systems. The company can also increase functionality and convenience with its removable track brackets.
“Manufactured in the UK, our line of standard or bespoke track systems and traveller cars can be used for easy movement of commercial or industrial gear, sliding roofs or deployment of loads on deck,” said Suzanne Blaustone, Barton CEO.
Other Barton products include Industrial snatch blocks for moving and lifting loads from 200-350kg and the CE certified Block on a Strop, which functions as a portable lifting device for a range of equipment, loads and tools and can be easily installed, removed, and relocated when necessary.
The block is designed with a durable series seven precision ball bearing sheave block incorporated with a professionally spliced dyneema strop, which can be attached to a pole, bar, or other robust structure.
Also on display will be the EasySplice rope splicer; ClamSeal for the immediate repair of inflatables; LineTamers for safely securing and organising ropes and articles on board and VuPlex plastic cleaner, polisher and protector for instrument panels, clear windows and multiple plastic substrates.
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