Barton Marine showcases its impressive line-up

Barton Marine’s versatile track and car systems will be on display at Seawork Barton Marine’s versatile track and car systems will be on display at Seawork

Seawork exhibitor and leading global supplier of marine deck and hardware, Barton Marine, announces its impressive product line-up for the 20th anniversary of Seawork International, from the 13-15 June 2017.

Established in 1948, Barton Marine has been making and dispatching world-class marine blocks from its factory in Southeast England.

On display, will be Barton’s versatile track and car systems, showcasing the benefits for use on commercial vessels. These marine-grade aluminium extruded tracks and sliding car systems provide lightweight and high load bearing solution, and are available for individual customisation.

Most tracks can be curved to special requirements, making them perfect for refits, special design applications for OEM uses, and for replacing existing tracking systems. From detailed drawings, Barton can deliver a bespoke curved track of up to five metres in length.

As well as producing permanently fixed systems, Barton can also increase functionality and convenience with its removable track bracket, allowing track to be stowed away neatly when not required.

As an extension of Barton’s industrial range of products, its new line of industrial Snatch Blocks will also be displayed at the show the year. Carrying the CE quality assurance stamp, the blocks are easy to employ in a variety of general industrial maritime settings, providing an exceptional choice for those who need pulley blocks offering simplicity and confidence, for moving and lifting loads from 200kg to 350kg.

Barton’s new Block on a Strop adds an element of heritage to the brands impressive product portfolio. The original concept was developed for use in theatres, Bartons Block on a Strop is a durable number seven precision ball bearing sheave block, with an attached webbing strap, deigned to function as an easily portable lifting device for a range of equipment and tools. With the ability to attach the strop to a pole, bar, or other robust structure, the device can be easily installed, removed, and relocated when necessary. This helps reduce the health and safety risks associated with lifting heavy loads for marina operatives.

Chief Executive of Barton Marine, Suzanne Blaustone, comments:

“We’re glad to be back as exhibitors at Seawork’s 20th anniversary this year. While many people know Barton Marine for our extensive array of leisure marine products, Seawork is an opportunity to showcase our range of commercial and industrial products which is an important growth sector for us”

Barton Marine will also be showcasing other products from its range if industrial and commercial equipment, to find out more meet with the Barton Marine at Seawork International on stand SB60.

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