• Marine Fender
  • Marine Fender

Marine Fender

In boating, a fender is a bumper used to absorb the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel berthing against a jetty, quay wall or other vessel. Fenders, used on all types of vessels, from cargo ships to cruise ships, ferries and personal yachts, prevent damage to vessels and berthing structures. To do this, fenders have high energy absorption and low reaction force. Fenders are typically manufactured out of rubber, foam elastomer or plastic. Rubber fenders are either extruded or made in a mold. The type of fender that is most suitable for an application depends on many variables, including dimensions and displacement of the vessel, maximum allowable stand-off, berthing structure, tidal variations and other berth-specific conditions. The size of the fender unit is based on the berthing energy of the vessel which is related to the square of the berthing velocity.

Cone Fender

Cone Fender is the modified version Cell Fender combining excellent energy capacity with low reaction force to give the most efficient performance of any fender type. The conical shape keeps the fender body stable under all combinations of axial, shear and angular loading.

Arch Fenders

The arch fender is a V-type arch fender that has been optimized for increased energy absorption compared to traditional arch fenders.

Cylindrical Fenders

Cylindrical fender is commonly used to ensure a safe and linear berthing for different kinds of vessels. Cylindrical rubber fender is an economical solution to protect most berthing structures. The simple structure makes it easy for installation and maintenance.

Super Cell Fenders

This fender has a hollow cylindrical body with fully rubber-imbedded mounting flanges and is designed to deflect in an axial direction.

D Fender

D fenders are the commonly used rubber bumpers across the world and they are produced by means of extrusion in an extensive range of designs and sizes. The flat back of this type of fender facilitates the easy installation of D fenders on various surfaces for the protection of ships and docks.

Square Fenders

Square fenders are produced in various designs and sizes and they can be used for a wide range of purposes. The production takes place by means of extrusion. When compared to D- fenders, square fenders are used when a more rigid and stronger bumper is required for use in more severe conditions.

Pneumatic Rubber Fender

The Pneumatic Fender is an abrasion-resistant rubber fender filled with high pressure air. It can easily be deflated which allows simple and cost-effective relocation and re-commissioning in other locations.

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