Next generation buoy

Spanish company Almarin has redeveloped its well-established Balizamar buoy design, and launched it as the EVO.

Balizamar EVO buoys benefit from rotomoulded polyethylene modular components to enhance visibility and lower maintenance costs. The inner structure is made of galvanised steel by immersion and the top mark is constructed of stainless steel. The hull is rotomoulded and filled with closed-cell EPS foam to ensure buoyancy.
“The design of the Balizamar buoys, which dates to 2010, has been updated to meet current needs,” says Almarin director Aleix San Vicente. “While an improvement in materials was made in 2013 with the change from GRP to stainless steel, the new EVO buoys now have improved day marks while retaining the robustness of the original design.”
“This innovative and versatile system offers improved visibility, lower repair costs in the case of damage, and improved aid identification without limiting the colour only to the hull,” he adds.
Almarin currently offers two lines of navigation buoys: the new EVO range and the superior Guia range


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