Livart Marine EG

LOGO DESCRIPTION The logo consists blue & orange color, the symbols of ocean & enthusiasm, Blue and orange parts are floating pontoon elements and connected each other, LIVART means Live and Art , a kind of modern lifestyles, Marine Technology is business activity of LIVART.

We believe a state of the art marina should guarantee long lasting safety, comfort and reliability.Livart Marina concept designs include: Evaluation of climate, wind, wave and tide conditions , Berth mix,marina and pontoon arrangements and so on.Based on the international standard, Livart Marine has a full set of calculation of the wave, wind, currency and boat impact, the different size and type of boats give different force to floating pontoon structure from mooring cleat, and finally effect the anchoring system eventually. The anchoring systems can take the form of driven piles, chain block system, H-beam restraining system, and proprietary Seaflex and Dualdocker systems. One innovative approach developed by Livart is its semi-flexible internationally-patented connection details, which make site installation much simpler and its ability to withstand and absorb wave forces.

To ensure the best product quality,we strictly control the quality from design to sourcing of materials and fabrication,all the products have been tested strictly.

Aluminium materials:

To ensure Aluminium materials are of impeccable quality, we strive to work with the best suppliers.Aluminium alloy has passed chemical composition analysis and tensile test,making sure they are all of the finest quality.


Fasteners that have a vital role in maintaining the safety of pontoon,gangway.To verify that it meets other stringent criteria before it is put into use.All fasteners have passed chemical composition analysis test.


Fenders is critical to protecting the boat and pontoon from damage. Fenders has passed compression set test,international rubber hardness degrees,tear strengh,tensile test that in line with expectations.

Fabrication Fabrication is usually made by making thin metal sheets plastic and deformed by hand or by stamping on a die to get the desired shape and size, and then by welding or a small amount of machining to make up more complex parts.

Ⅰ Welding:

REFERENCED DOCUMENTS AS/NZS 1664.1:1997 : Australian/New Zealand Standard Aluminium structures.

Ⅱ Cutting:

Cutting shall be as follows:

a. Material shall be sheared, sawed, cut with a router, or arc cut, All edges which have been cut by the process shall be planed to remove edge cracks. b. Cut edges shall be true and smooth, and free from excessive burrs or ragged breaks. c. Re-entrant cuts shall be avoided wherever possible. If used, they shall be filleted by drilling prior to cutting. d. Oxygen cutting shall not be used on aluminium alloys.

Ⅲ Drilling:

The following rules for punching, drilling, and reaming shall be observed:

a. Rivet or bolt holes shall be either punched or drilled. Punching shall not be used if the metal thickness is greater than the diameter of the hole. The amount by which the diameter of a sub-punched hole is less than that of the finished hole shall be at least 1/4 the thickness of the piece and in no case less than 0.8 mm. b. The finished diameter of holes for cold-driven rivets shall be not more than 4 percent greater than the nominal diameter of the rivet. c. The finished diameter of holes for hot-driven rivets shall be not more than 7 percent greater than the nominal diameter of the rivet. d. The finished diameter of holes for bolts shall be not more than 1.6 mm larger than the nominal bolt diameter. e. If any holes must be enlarged to admit the rivets or bolts, they shall be reamed. Poor matching of holes shall be cause for rejection. Holes shall not be drilled in such a manner as to distort the metal. All chips lodged between contacting surfaces shall be removed before assembly.

Ⅳ Packing:

a. Prior to field painting of structures, all surfaces to be painted shall be cleaned immediately before painting, by a method that will remove all dirt, oil, grease, chips, and other foreign substances. b. Exposed metal surfaces shall be with a suitable chemical cleaner such as a solution of phosphoric acid and organic solvents. Abrasion-blasting shall not be used on aluminium less than or equal to 3 mm thick.

Ⅴ Workshop:

a. All the welders in the workshop hold welders' certificates. b. All Livart’s products have passed ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015, BS OHSAS18001: 2007.

Making the Site Ready for Installation Works

Prior to any installation works taking place, operatives would make the site ready to receive the proposed shore elements of the project. This would entail setting out the position of the bridge head and shore frame.This would entail setting out the position., work can begin on access for piling and lifting plant.Plant access to the river bank directly to the work site. All removed articles will be reinstated once all installation works have been completed.

Installation of the Pontoon Facility

The pontoon units will be delivered to site, fully assembled, by articulated lorry. This method minimises the time on site and impact on local operations. Delivery of the pontoons and the required lifting operations will be coordinated by the site supervisor. The pontoon units will be installed under the supervision of experienced site supervisor. The pontoons will be lifted into the water from the proposed lifting location, via an onsite crane.

Once in the water, the units will be moved into position allowing the piling contractor to use the pile guides attached to the pontoon frames as locating guides for the pile locations. Once piling operations have been complete and the pontoons are securely moored, the access gangway will be lifted from the worksite and positioned between the shore frame and bridge landing pontoon. With this in position, it will be secured at the shore end while ensuring it is tracking correctly on the pontoon.

Due to boats movements, swell impact and corrosive nature of seawater, marinas require regular maintenance and periodic repairing as well as operation checkup.

Ⅰ Aluminium Gangway

1. Clean decking in the due time, washed by clean water
2. Take good care of surface, avoid scratch or painting
3. Check the bolts, connection, pins in every season
4. Do not over load
5. Do not run on gangway

Ⅱ Aluminium Pontoon Structure

1. Take good care of surface, avoid scratch or painting
2. Check the bolts, connection, pins in every season

Ⅲ HDPE Floating

1. Check the bolts, connection, pins in every season
2. Avoid heavy vehicle impact
3. Check the bolts, connection, pins in every season

Ⅳ Rubber Fender

1. Clean in the due time
2. Avoid heavy vehicle impact
3. In case of serious damage,should replace the damaged ones in time

Ⅴ Decking

1. In case of oil spread, make it clear by soap water
2. Clean by clear water in the due time
3. Do not paint
4. Avoid scratch

Ⅵ Mooring Bollard

Check fasteners monthly, making sure it is tightly fastened

Ⅶ Pile Guide

1. Checking bolts monthly
2. Checking rubber fenders monthly
3. In case of breaking or serious disposition, ask supplier for replacement