POLYDOCK DOCK CONNECTOR BENEFITS
Full Length Top and Bottom Composite Material
The top and bottom of the PolyDock dock connector is manufactured from high density polyethylene to be incredibly durable with the perfect balance of flexibility and stiffness. Each Connector spans the full length or width of the PolyDock section to better transfer wave energy while providing a more durable and secure floating dock connection and improved total dock system stability. PolyDock connectors also float so they will not sink to the bottom of the lake or river if you accidentally drop one during installation.
Composite Connector Rods
Each PolyDock connector uses ultra-durable composite connector rods to secure the top and bottom pieces of the connector together. The composite connector rods are designed to be incredibly durable and remain tight to reduce the chance of loose connectors. The composite connector rods are fastened to the bottom connector to make installation quick and easy.
In addition to the composite rods which resist rotting and corrosion, all PolyDock connector hardware is corrosion- resistant stainless steel to provide you with an easy to install and long lasting dock to dock connection system. The PolyDock dock connectors are tightened from the top of the dock with an ordinary hand wrench, ratchet or cordless drill / impact, and do not require you purchase any special installation tools.
HOW DO THE POLYDOCK CONNECTORS CREATE SUPERIOR STABILITY?
EXAMPLE OF DOCK CONNECTORS IN FLOATING DOCK LAYOUT
The PolyDock floating dock layout above shows a good approximation of where each length and type of dock connectors can be used to create your unique PolyDock layout. It is important to remember that the PolyDock dock connector is designed to make your floating dock system incredibly stable. Each connector spans the full length, or width of it’s connection point and provides an attractive and durable dock section-to-dock section connection.