The A Series is the product that launched the Polyform story. This all- purpose buoy, with the signature "blue ropehold" has proven itself in the most adverse conditions. Marking gear used in heavy seas is no easy task. That's why more fishermen use Polyform A Series than all other buoys combined. You name it — ocean, sea, river or lake — and the A Series has been there. Put your trust in Polyform's most versatile and well-known product.
Polyform's CC Series mooring buoys share the same legendary history as the A Series. Developed shortly after the A Series, the CC has proven to be a valuable commercial buoy for over 50 years. It is used regularly as a mooring buoy, but because of its strength and flexible center tube it is used in many other applications. Long-line fisherman, fish farmers, geophysical researchers, towing, sonic exploration equipment, and many others find the CC Series to be the best buoy for the job. People who use Polyform's CC buoys can count on reliable performance, even in the most extreme conditions.
The CM Series Mooring Buoy has been designed to provide the ultimate in strength, durability and boat protection, giving increased security to any mooring. Polyform make two versions of mooring iron, one from galvanized steel with a protective vinyl-coated eye, and the other from durable stainless steel. To provide strength and security, each version features a 1/2-inch central rod, a large eye (4-3/8 inch diameter), and a swivel (1-1/2 inch wide). The CM-Series is a long tested standard in mooring buoy design and is preferred by many boaters worldwide.
In 1989, Polyform introduced the patented LD (low drag) Buoy to the commercial fishing industry. Hauling in a 700-lb crab pot in 30-ft seas is the most dangerous job in the world. That's why they created a buoy designed for faster, safer pickups, easing strain on both crew and gear. Polyform's LD Series is the best option for any application where a buoy is dragged or brought in and out of the water regularly. It is distinguished as the #1 buoy used in the commercial crabbing and fishing industries today, outselling all other dragged buoys combined.