Maricer products are specifically designed for use in marinas, boatyards and canal side locations. Maricer is the product name for the marine division of CPES Ltd who have manufactured and installed electrical distribution equipment for the leisure industry since 1982. Our standard bollard range is manufactured externally from ultra violet stabilised thermoplastic with a heavy duty PVC internal chassis. Strength has not been compromised however and the units have been tried and tested over a number of years in both the marine and holiday park sectors.
Maricer recognise that the marina environment is one of the harshest on the planet, and with this in mind, great care has been taken when sourcing and developing our range of products, ensuring outstanding performance, and in turn, peace of mind. These products include world renowned component manufacturers, such as Marechal and Walther, (water tight socket outlets), and ABB (switchgear), to name but a few, which meet the requirements demanded by the marina industry, the world over. Inferior and “cheap” components are not an option here at Maricer. Maricer has the skills, flare, and drive, to provide a bespoke design to suit your requirements, and budget. From the private mooring, to the world’s most iconic projects, Maricer will give that personal professional touch.
Alternative products can be supplied ranging from polyester enclosures housing switchgear and socket outlets, to a heavy duty 5mm mild steel spun service bollard which has plug and socket connections behind a lockable door and is ideal for boatyards and canal moorings. All products are manufactured using components complying with British and European Standards throughout. Socket outlets conforming to BS EN 60309-2 to 125A three phase can be supplied. Splashproof (IP44) or Watertight (IP67) are available and the 16A socket can be fitted with our unique socket locking plate. Each socket outlet is individually protected by a Miniature Circuit Breaker conforming to BS EN 60898 with no more than three socket outlets per Residual Current Device, conforming to BS EN 61008.