Foam-filled floats are buoyant elements used in the construction of floating docks and other marine structures. They are typically made of durable materials such as polyethylene and are filled with closed-cell foam. This foam provides buoyancy, allowing the floats to support the weight of the dock and any additional loads such as people, furniture, or boats. Foam-filled floats are preferred for their stability, resistance to water absorption, and ability to maintain buoyancy even if punctured. They are a popular choice for ensuring the longevity and safety of floating structures in various aquatic environments.

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