When winter sets in and the temperatures start to fall below freezing point, protecting your dock, boat, marina, or pier is going to be a major priority. Without proper dock ice protection, Mother Nature could wreak havoc on your property and investments. Ice damage can result in expensive damages and time-consuming repairs. Winter ice damage could cause your dock to be out of commission when the temperatures start warming up and you can miss out on some beautiful spring or summer days.
A Dock De-Icer, Ice Eater, or Dock Bubbler System is the best way to prevent ice damage. In this educational infographic, we will show you how dock de-icers and ice eaters protect your investments through the winter so that you can be ready for Spring unscathed. We will show the different ways to mount an ice eater and which way will be best for your situation.
Once winter is over what do you do with an Ice Eater? We will show you ways that you can utilize your dock de-icer or ice eater once the temperature warms up. For some of you, your ice eater might even be used year-round; for different purposes. This will allow you to really get your money’s worth out of your ice eater and it could benefit you for several months out of the year.
Dock De-Icers and Ice Eaters are available in a variety of horsepowers, so you can choose the best one for your situation. The amount of horsepower that you select will affect the size of the area that you will keep from freezing. Once you know how big of an area it will open up you can decide if one ice eater will get the job done, or if you will need several.
Our Dock De-Icer and Ice Eater Information Guide is here to help you find the right information so that you can properly protect your investments all winter!
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Score from the experts at Killer Visual Strategies
Visual Communication - 85%
Design - 85%
Content - 80%
Usability - 85%
This design uses shades of blue to emphasize the marine subject matter (and the ice!). Each point has a visual associated to show the risks associated with ice on your boat. The balance of visuals to text is pretty even. A short introduction and conclusion would be helpful to summarize the narrative, but overall we'd give this a B.