Ships and Marine Technology – Ship Launching Air Bags ISO 14409:2011 Ships and marine technology – Ship launching air bags This International Standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification, materials and dimensions, test items and methods for air bags to be used for launching a vessel. It also specifies issues such as marking, documentation, packaging,.. read more →

Top Ten Concerns for Ship Launching using Marine Rubber Airbags Ship launching using marine rubber airbags is a very popular launching method, particularly in Asia. Besides, many shipyards choose airbags for ship repairing and maintenance. The use of such marine rubber airbags may seem to be quite simple and straightforward, yet there are still some important.. read more →

Two Tips for Maximizing the Useful Life of Marine Fenders Just like energy calculations, no matter how bad some fenders may be, they seem to give adequate enough service for the marketplace. However, the long-term quality of mass-produced fenders looks destined not to improve. Good design can significantly increase the percentage of potential useful life.. read more →

Fender Compression Test and Angular Fender Compression Test Testing is carried out in two stages: to prove behavior of the generic fender type, and then to confirm that performance of fenders made for each project meet the required performances. Based on PIANC 2002: Guidelines for the Design of Fender Systems: Appendix A, Fender Testing is.. read more →

Rubber fenders are available in a variety of shapes. They absorb impact through compression, bending, and shear deformations or a combination of all three. Rubber fender systems also have the advantage of low maintenance costs and high durability. Pier mounted rubber fenders have successfully served to absorb some of the impact forces during collisions, reducing.. read more →

There are several types of ships existing for various kinds of applications. There are also many different types of rubber fenders in use with different features for different berthing conditions. Therefore, it’s very important to choose the right type of rubber fenders for different ships. Ships come in every imaginable shape and size. Berths should.. read more →

Differences Between Extruded Fenders and Molded Fenders Extruded fender systems typically absorb a minimum amount of energy. Therefore, they are typically used at the wale elevation of fender pile systems. They have also been used as festoon fenders, rub strips and as an energy absorbing element in a separator. Extruded fenders are elements typically manufactured.. read more →

Inspection of JIER Rubber Fenders by Russian Maritime Register of Shipping Quality is always our top priority which is not only reflected in our quality control during material purchasing and production process, but also in factory inspection before delivery. All of our rubber fenders should pass through a series of strict inspection tests before they.. read more →

Meet us at NEVA 2015 – St. Petersburg, Russia Welcome to Visit Qingdao Jier Engineering Rubber Co., Ltd. at the NEVA 2015 – St. Petersburg, Russia, 22 September 2015 – 25 September 2015, the 13th International Maritime Exhibition and Conferences. Our Booth NO. is R2142 For over 20 years since 1991 the NEVA International Exhibitions and.. read more →

In Which Way Super Cell Fender is Improved over the Ordinary Cell Fender 1. E/R•H: 15 percent more: Effectiveness of the fenders is designated by E/R•H (Energy Absorption/Reaction Force x Fender Height). The value of E/R•H of Super Cell Fenders is 0.439 which is 15% higher than the 0.383 for the ordinary Cell Fenders.The combination.. read more →