mooring rings

mooring rings

Metallic rings built into the pavement of the apron for picketing or mooring parked aircraft. Normally, chains or ropes are used to moor the aircraft to ensure that they are not moved about by strong winds or gales. See aircraft tiedown.
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Towpaths, bridges and lock-sides can become slippery at this time of year and snow can conceal boat mooring rings and ropes.
Mooring rings, fenders and ladders will also be strategically provided."
IRM's products for ports, harbours and jetties include all type and size of solid and floating fenders, CI/CS bollards from 2 tonne to 500 tonne capacity, SS/MS mooring rings, hooks, edge protectors, facia shields, dock liners, rubber ladders, chains, shackles, berthing and navigational accessories.
Historically, in these heavy industrial regions, texture came from uneven cobbles, various sizes of paving, natural stone, brickwork and half timbered buildings, tropical hardwood buffers to the docks, and the ironwork necessary for securing large vessels, mooring rings, anchor chains, cranes, pontoons and gangway constructions.
And examples of his work can be seen all over the world - he has just shipped a large order of mooring rings to Kuwait.
Among the most interesting finds during restoration were a pile of old horseshoes, and mooring rings that are still attached to one of the rocks.
"But towpaths, bridges and lock-sides can be particularly slippery at this time of year and snow can conceal trip hazards such as boat mooring rings close to the water's edge.