Fassmer gangways are made of seawater-resistant aluminium and are suitable both for seagoing merchant and passenger vessels and for pier or jetty assembly. All product versions comply with international classification society regulations. Gangways vary in length from 2 to 20m, with a width of between 2,000 and 600mm. Their horizontal working angle can be adjusted from -30° to 30°.
Gangways of glass fibre-reinforced plastic (GRP)
This is an outstanding example of the company’s innovative potential and its effective use of in-house synergies. GRP gangways are now standard products for boarding systems, and have a number of notable features. The gangway on the right is 3m long and was built for a cruise vessel. The advantage of combining GRP and aluminium is that it is straight, light and has a non-skid surface. Each gangway is modified geometrically to meet each vessel's individual requirements. Various types are available, or gangways can be custom-produced.
These are made of seawater-resistant aluminium and comply with international classification society regulations. The product is also available with an outboard motor.
Working baskets are built to carry a maximum of three persons. They are made of seawater-resistant aluminium and one side is equipped with special treads, to permit safe entry. Baskets can also be fitted with a door, if required.
Fassmer's bulwark ladders are made of seawater-resistant aluminium and come with a plug- in type railing on both sides and a head plate for attachment to the bulwark section or duct. They fit bulwark heights of between 0.90m and 1.50m and a width of 760mm between the side profiles. If required, the product can be customised to fit other dimensions.
These are made of seawater-resistant aluminium or hot-dipped galvanised steel. Platforms can be swivelled to a maximum of 180° and folded to a maximum of 9°.