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  • 3 декабря 2020 13:38

    Канал имени Москвы в межнавигационный период отремонтирует свыше 1800 плавучих навигационных знаков

    В навигацию-2020 было задействовано свыше 3,5 тыс. навигационных знаков, в том числе 1500 береговых и более 2000 плавучих

    ФГБУ «Канал имени Москвы» приступил к межнавигационному ремонту знаков навигационной обстановки и другого навигационного оборудования. Об этом сообщает пресс-служба ФГБУ.

    Места хранения навигационного и светосигнального оборудования к приему на осенне-зимний сезон были подготовлены в октябре текущего года.

    Отмечается также, что в 2020 году было задействовано свыше 3,5 тыс. навигационных знаков, в том числе 1500 береговых и более 2000 плавучих.

    В межнавигационный период планируется отремонтировать свыше 1800 плавучих навигационных знаков - 88,5% от имеющихся и около 600 береговых навигационных знаков – примерно 40% от всех имеющихся. Объем необходимого ремонта знаков будет установлен окончательно после проведения работ по дефектации.

    Также в межнавигационный период проводятся работы по ремонту светосигнального оборудования и его фокусировке.

    Основная функция знаков навигационной обстановки при обеспечении безопасности судоходства на внутренних водных путях – это обозначение ежегодно устанавливаемых Росморречфлотом границ судовых ходов.



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