The farm pen of choice
Oceanflex 315 is the fish farm pen of choice for aquaculture companies operating on a wide variety of marine sites. These heavy duty, all polyethylene pens are built on the security and safety of Fusion Marine’s proven three ring flotation system.
The Oceanflex 315 system is ideal for salmon, bass, bream and a whole other range of marine species.
Manufactured utilising the security and safety of Fusion Marine’s proven three ring system
Pen manufacture utilises Butt Fusion and Electrofusion process and control
A flexible yet robust and durable polyethylene structure, built for challenging environments
A Heavy duty moulded base unit
Heavy guage handrail pipe used to resist deformation
Incorporates a full slip resistant, modular decking system compliant with current HSE guidelines
Pens have a low environmental visual impact
A range of customisation possibilities and accessories available upon request
Low maintenance design resistant to saltwater corrosion
All Pens supplied with a Fusion Marine operator manual. Further information about products is available in the operator manual.
The versatile Oceanflex 315 system features 315mm diameter flotation pipes for pen sizes ranging from 60-120m.
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*Calculations are for seawater conditions.
(Fusion Marine Limited reserves the right to make improvements and changes to products and specifications without notice)
Oceanflex 315 Parts
2 or 3 Ø315mm polyethylene rings with heavy walled pipe to resist impact and kinking
Ø125mm electrofusion stanchion tee with additional cleat
Ø125mm stanchion/ thick walled hand rail
Heavy duty PE base unit complete with built-in fender and predator net attachment points
Injection moulded modular decking
Electrofusion stops used to minimise base movement
Injection moulded retainer pin
Ø50mm retainer pipe used to integrate decking with base units and secured with Electrofusion for a permanent and flexible fix
Polystyrene (EPS) inner ring infill
4.3m/5 Tonne red mooring strop
Also available for Ø280mm pipes using a specifically developed base unit