Foam Filled Fenders have most advantages of heavy duty and free maintenance. It is advanced for the “soft bounce” and becoming the best choice as bumpers for platform and docks. They can also be equipped for salvage tugs and oil platforms especially in heavy and fierce environments.   The closed cell aspect of the energy absorbing.. read more →

07 Sep 2016
September 7, 2016

Bollard Types and Selection

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Bollard Types and Selection Mooring bollards are available in a wide range of shapes, load ratings, and materials, of which no single combination can satisfy all customers. The most commonly used style of bollards are the Single Bitt, Double Bitt, T-head, Staghorn, and Kidney, as well as simple cleats used for smaller vessels. The particular.. read more →

05 Sep 2016
September 5, 2016

Marine Buoys Fenders

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Marine Buoys Fenders Mooring Buoys – The function of a mooring buoy is to support the mooring chain and to serve as the marker for a specific mooring. Mooring buoys are available in several designs. The two most popular types are the traditional mooring buoy and the center tube style buoy. The traditional mooring buoy.. read more →

Test for Floating Pneumatic Rubber Fenders Based on ISO17357 Floating pneumatic rubber fender was developed in 1958 based on a rubber company’s technology for rubber aircraft fuel tanks and automobile tires. The progress in the development of such floating pneumatic rubber fenders is closely related to the progress and development in ship technology, and has.. read more →

01 Sep 2016
September 1, 2016

JIER MARINE FENDER SYSTEM

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JIER has been committed to provide the ideal marine fendering solutions combine high performance and cost effectiveness for decades. Quality Always Comes First Occupies an aear of 80,000 square meters and owns the registered capital of 8.2 millions, JIER Rubber Fender Factory as one of the biggest fender factories has been approved by BUREA VERTITAS.. read more →

02 Aug 2016
August 2, 2016

Calculating Berthing Energy 2.c)

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Calculating Berthing Energy 2.c) C) Eccentricity- Ce Usually the ship is not parallel to the pier face during berthing. As a result, not all of the Kinetic Energy will be transmitted to the fenders. At impact, the ship will start to rotate around the contact point thus dissipating part of its energy. The following graph.. read more →

24 Jun 2016
June 24, 2016

Calculating Hull Pressure

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Calculating Hull Pressure The most commonly accepted practice for calculating hull pressure is to calculate the average hull pressure by dividing the reaction of the marine fender over the entire frontal flat area of the marine fender panel. While this calculation normally serves as a good parameter for sizing fender panels often times it does.. read more →

24 May 2016
May 24, 2016

List of Ports we JIER Served

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List of Ports we JIER Served We Deliver All Over The World JIER Rubber Fenders are wildly delivered to and installed on piers, quays, wharfs, ports of many countries all over the world, such like Italy, Greece, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Netherland, UK, and Switzerland etc. Partial Ports that we JIER served are listed below: China:.. read more →

Calculating Berthing Energy 2.a-2.c 1. Kinetic Energy Equation The equation detailing the variables: EFender = 1/2 MV2 x Ce x Cm x Cs x Cc 2. Variables a) Mass-M One or more of the following weights should be readily available from the facility user: Displacement Tonnage – DT: this is the weight of the water.. read more →

Compressive and Shear Analysis of Rubber Block The circular shaped blocks uniformly bulges outward for the applied normal force and the shape change also progressively increased on increasing the magnitude of compressive force. Under the shear force of same magnitude the block shear out from inward to outward direction for the applied force creating an.. read more →