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Welcome to the Superior Plastech Blog page, here we will post the latest news and information to come out of Superior Plastech along with industry news and updates.

Water Front Real Estate Mini Series – Property Boundaries (2)

John Hogan : April 14, 2014 9:00 am : Berthing, boating, Customer Experience, john hogan, Manufacturing, Marine, Pontoons, R Marine Crawley, Recreational Boating

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Water Front Real Estate Mini Series – Property Boundaries (2)

Ross Meadows : April 14, 2014 9:00 am : boating, Customer Experience, domestic pontoon advise, Gold Coast, Gold Coast Waterways Authority, john hogan, Manufacturing, Marine, R Marine Crawley, Recreational Boating, Water Front Real Estate Mini Series

Superior has created a Water front Mini series about all the things you need to know when purchasing a water front property and the things to look out for. This week CEO John Hogan talks about property boundaries and how they reflect the vessel size that can be parked on that property. Also explained is a Quayline and what this means in water front properties.

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Water Front Real Estate Mini Series – Dredging & Canal Profiles (1)

John Hogan : April 7, 2014 9:00 am : Berthing, boating, boating safety, for, Gold Coast, john hogan, Manufacturing, Pontoons, R Marine Crawley, to

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Water Front Real Estate Mini Series – Dredging & Canal Profiles (1)

Ross Meadows : April 7, 2014 9:00 am : Berthing, Customer Experience, Gold Coast, Marine, Recreational Boating, Water Front Real Estate Mini Series

Superior has created a Water front Mini series about all the things you need to know when purchasing a water front property and the things to look out for. This week CEO John Hogan talks about dredging and the impacts it can have on your vessel and pontoon.

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Boat Lift Maintenance

John Hogan : March 12, 2014 11:23 am : Boat Lifts, john hogan, Marine, Recreational Boating, Sunstream Boat Lifts, Sunstream Floatlift, Sunstream V-Lift, Superior Jetties

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Basic Boat Anchoring Need To Knows

John Hogan : March 3, 2014 9:57 am : Anchoring A Boat, boating, boating safety, how much chain should i let out when anchoring, how much chain to anchor with, john hogan, Marine, Recreational Boating

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Next Generation Boat Lift

John Hogan : February 24, 2014 9:00 am : Boat Lifts, john hogan, R Marine Crawley, Recreational Boating, Smartphone Controlled Boat Lifts, Sunstream Boat Lifts, Sunstream V-Lift, Superior Jetties, V-Lift Boat Lift

This Week CEO John Hogan discusses the next generation in boat lifts to hit the market, new to Superior the next generation Sunstream V-Lift is packed full of features including optional control from your smartphone

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The clarity of navigation and beacons

John Hogan : February 10, 2014 8:06 am : beacons, boating, boating safety, buoys, green, how, Marine, marker, navigate, navigation, Recreational Boating, red, safety, to, waterways, Weather

In this weeks blog I would like to talk about the basics of navigation and beacons (Lateral Markers) when out on the water

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Look back at 2013

John Hogan : January 28, 2014 9:30 am : 2013, Birkenhead Marina, Boat Lifts, Manufacturing, Marina Construction, Marina Construction Australia, Marina Construction Methods, Marinas, Portland Harbour Marina, Rivergate Marina, Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, SCIBS

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Gold Coast Business Excellence Award 2013 – Supreme Winner

John Hogan : December 3, 2013 3:48 pm : Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards 2013, Jackie Hogan, john hogan, Supreme, winner

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Superior Floats Your Hose

Flotation specialist Superior Plastech has released its newly designed next generation range of hose and pipe floats. Designed for multiple industrial marine applications, uses include dredging, mining, water treatment and aquaculture. The floats are high-impact rotomoulded polyethylene and have internal diameters ranging from 10mm to 630mm. Suitable for cable, hose and pipe, the floats come with the option of a quick-release strap, eliminating the time-consuming process of bolting the floats together and making operational use more efficient. Other design improvements include a moulded hole in each end for convenient storage and security and moulded locating pins for ease of installation. The floats also come with the option of glass reinforced polyethylene bolts and nuts – a corrosion-free and economical alternative to galvanised or stainless steel fittings. Superior Plastech’s hose and pipe floats can be foam filled, if requested. An extensive colour range is available, along with the option of passive radar and light reflective stripes.

Contact Superior Plastech for more information: superiorplastech.com/pipe-floats

 

Superior Group Exhibit @ AIMEX 2011

Superior Group recently exhibited at the 2011 AIMEX show in Sydney, The Superior team were on hand to show all the latest technology in the floatation produced by Superior Jetties and Superior Plastech. Some items included pump pontoons, UMD Modules, Custom Floats and more. if you would like more information please call 07 5594 8282

CNC Router Now Available For Hire

Superior Plastech now have available for hire there state of the art CNC router which uses the latest CAD software, for more information call 0755 948 282

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