Category Archives: Marinas

EXTREME Service Pillar (MX700/1000/1200)

This ultra modern aluminium EXTREME standard unit will compliment any Marina project or upgrade. Extremely strong to withstand extreme weather conditions and robust moorings. All the essential services for now and many years to come can be customised to your berthing.

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EXTREME Service Pillar (MX1000W/1200W)

The aluminium EXTREME Wide pillar is equipped to easily handle multiple heavy duty utilities outlets in a Marina. The extra wide body makes this ideally suited for 4 taps, metering and remote control.

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EXTREME Bollard Lighting (MX500/250L)

This ultra new EXTREME bollard LED light will compliment any Marina. Selling like hotcakes without the light as an all weather enclosure for storing gear. Perfect for additional boardwalk lighting, walkways, jetties and pontoons.

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M2 Series Service Pillar (M2-500/1000)

The M2 1000 modular design continues to provide all services offered by the modern marina. Durability, functionality and economy ensure these pillars provide modern marina with the most up to date facilities. The designs and electronics fully compliant to the standard AS/NZ25 3004.1/2008.

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M1 Series Service Pillar (M1-500/1000)

Offering versatility and slimline functionality the M1 is best suited for up to 15 amp outlets and two taps. Suitable also for private jetties.

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M Series Service Pillar (M500/1000)

This popular pillar for private jetties has stood the test of time. The compact slimline design provides simple and effective power, water and light. Power can be controlled through a house circuit with no breaker required.

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Bollard Lighting (CL500, ML500/1000)

These reliable efficient bollard LED light services the needs of most marinas. Perfect for additional boardwalk lighting, walkways, jetties and pontoons.

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