Internet #203677590

Model # 14122

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24 in. x 60 in. x 16 in. Foam Filled Dock Float Drum

$ 143 38

Overview

Multinautic, allows you to build your dock like a professional with this Foam Filled Float. This floating drum is rotational molded with .15 in. thick walls. Top quality virgin polyethylene with ultraviolet inhibitors guaranty sturdiness and long lasting use. This premium float can be used as replacement with existing docks or the key element to a brand-new dock. Whether you install it on a wood dock or an aluminum or steel structure, the heavy duty fabrication of this float will resist the saltwater, sun, oil and gaz spills, hence our 15-year limited warranty. These floats are filled with closed-cell expanded polystyrene (EPS).

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Product Overview

Multinautic, allows you to build your dock like a professional with this Foam Filled Float. This floating drum is rotational molded with .15 in. thick walls. Top quality virgin polyethylene with ultraviolet inhibitors guaranty sturdiness and long lasting use. This premium float can be used as replacement with existing docks or the key element to a brand-new dock. Whether you install it on a wood dock or an aluminum or steel structure, the heavy duty fabrication of this float will resist the saltwater, sun, oil and gaz spills, hence our 15-year limited warranty. These floats are filled with closed-cell expanded polystyrene (EPS).
  • 24 in. x 60 in. x 16 in. Foam filled float with a buoyancy of 680 lbs
  • Floats are to be installed underneath the frame with bolts or lag bolts and large flat washers (not included) so both lumber and dock hardware stay out of the water
  • Polyethylene is environmentally friendly and resistant to aquatic wildlife such as muskrats, otters and beavers and gazoline
  • Manufactured in the United States by Hendren Plastics, Eagle Floats exceed all the Marine Industry standards for encapsulated dock flotation using cutting edge technology: Infrared telemetry-Computer controlled steaming
  • One piece Rotational Seamless Construction; the mounting holes are molded in. Required installation hardware (not included): 3/8 in. lag screws or hex bolts with 1.75 in. large flat washers. Usually, 4 fasteners are enough to secure the float
  • 15-Year Limited warranty on Foam Filled Floats
  • Calculate 680 lbs. of buoyancy per float to evaluate your needs based on our HowToBuild Guide available for download on this web page
  • Allow to chose from 10 slot locations on the extra thick 1-3/4 in. mounting flange

Product Overview

Model #: 14122
Internet #: 203677590

Multinautic, allows you to build your dock like a professional with this Foam Filled Float. This floating drum is rotational molded with .15 in. thick walls. Top quality virgin polyethylene with ultraviolet inhibitors guaranty sturdiness and long lasting use. This premium float can be used as replacement with existing docks or the key element to a brand-new dock. Whether you install it on a wood dock or an aluminum or steel structure, the heavy duty fabrication of this float will resist the saltwater, sun, oil and gaz spills, hence our 15-year limited warranty. These floats are filled with closed-cell expanded polystyrene (EPS).

  • 24 in. x 60 in. x 16 in. Foam filled float with a buoyancy of 680 lbs
  • Floats are to be installed underneath the frame with bolts or lag bolts and large flat washers (not included) so both lumber and dock hardware stay out of the water
  • Polyethylene is environmentally friendly and resistant to aquatic wildlife such as muskrats, otters and beavers and gazoline
  • Manufactured in the United States by Hendren Plastics, Eagle Floats exceed all the Marine Industry standards for encapsulated dock flotation using cutting edge technology: Infrared telemetry-Computer controlled steaming
  • One piece Rotational Seamless Construction; the mounting holes are molded in. Required installation hardware (not included): 3/8 in. lag screws or hex bolts with 1.75 in. large flat washers. Usually, 4 fasteners are enough to secure the float
  • 15-Year Limited warranty on Foam Filled Floats
  • Calculate 680 lbs. of buoyancy per float to evaluate your needs based on our HowToBuild Guide available for download on this web page
  • Allow to chose from 10 slot locations on the extra thick 1-3/4 in. mounting flange

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
24 in
Product Height (in.)
16 in
Product Length (in.)
24 in
Product Width (in.)
60 in
Wall Thickness (in.)
0.15

Details

Color
Black
Marine Supplies Product Type
Float Drums
Material
Polyethylene
Product Weight (lb.)
39.4 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15-year limited warranty. For additional information, please refer to our website www.multinautic.com

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
24 in
Product Height (in.)
16 in
Product Length (in.)
24 in
Product Width (in.)
60 in
Wall Thickness (in.)
0.15

Details

Color
Black
Marine Supplies Product Type
Float Drums
Material
Polyethylene
Product Weight (lb.)
39.4 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15-year limited warranty. For additional information, please refer to our website www.multinautic.com

Questions & Answers

I live on the Chattahoochee River in Georgia... do you think it would make a difference if I got ...

I live on the Chattahoochee River in Georgia... do you think it would make a difference if I got these sixteen inch, or could I get the 12 inch? I want to be down close to the water but I the current can get pretty heavy a few times throughout the year when there is a lot of bad weather, especially in the winter. The river height also fluctuates with the release of water from the dam about 50 miles upriver. Usually though, the river is very calm and almost like a lake. Thanks for any help.
Asked by: chancee
With the same loading on both the 12" and 16" the push of the current would be equal on both floats because the same amount of the float below the waterline would be the same (length and with of both size float are the same) With the same loading the only difference would be that more of the 16" float would be above the water that the 12". I'd go with the cheaper float.
Answered by: bigmac
Date published: 2020-06-03

Can I attach more than 1 together?

Asked by: Mike
Yes, you can attatch more than one of the floats together.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2016-03-16

How many of these will I need to float a 20'x8' dock made of 2"x12" framing, with 2"x6" treated d...

How many of these will I need to float a 20'x8' dock made of 2"x12" framing, with 2"x6" treated decking?
Asked by: JJ
Hello JJ Here is an example of how to calculate the number of floats needed. Calculate the amount of floats needeed by multiplying the dock surface area (lenght X width) by 25 (for 25 lb buoyancy capacity per sq.ft). Divide this number by the choosen float buoyancy capacity (i.e. R-750 float has a 750 lb capacity) then round up to nearest pair amount. Make sure that all floats will fit underneath. Examples: 8' x 12' =96 96 x 25=2400 2400÷370=6,4 so, six R-370 8' x 12' =96 96 x 25=2400 2400÷750=3,2 so, four R-750 We hope this helps! Thank you for choosing Multinautic!
Answered by: Your Multinautic Expert
Date published: 2018-06-14

how do you fasten 2 together?

how do you fasten 2 together?
Asked by: steve
Actually you don't fasten them together, each float gets fastened to the dock. Hope this answers your question The Multinautic Team
Answered by: Your Multinautic Expert
Date published: 2017-05-15
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