08 Sep 2015
September 8, 2015

Fenders Installed On Pier

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  Fenders Installed On Pier Type of Fenders The purpose of installing fenders on the pier is to protect the vessel and the pier from damage when the vessel berths alongside the pier. The fenders absorb the berthing energy of the vessel and soften the berthing impact on the pier. Fenders can be classified into.. read more →

Project Requirements of Marine Fender Systems The article lists some basic parameters that will be required when choosing and designing Marine Fender Systems for Port. Generally, we divide these specifications into four big parts as following: Port Project Designer Contractor Ship Details Structure / Vessel type Deadweight (t) Displacement (t) Length overall (LOA) (m) Length between.. read more →

An efficient marine fenders system saves the ship from external damages that would have otherwise occurred to the hull plates or to the berth or jetty, which comes in contact with the steel plates of the ship. Ideally a marine fender system should be cost effective, with low maintenance cost and high durability. While berthing,.. read more →

Wheel fenders have a sliding axle and rollers to increase deflection and energy, so are suitable for lock entrances and vulnerable berth corners. Roller fenders have a fixed axle to allow almost zero resistance rotation, suitable for guiding ships within locks and dry docks. During lock and dry dock approach the ship is nearly parallel.. read more →

Data Collection of Rubber Fender Design Basic Items for Rubber Fender’s Selection 1) Berthing energy 2) Allowable reaction force from fender to the structure 3) Allowable hull (surface) pressure 4) Position and area to be protected by fendering system 5) Natural force (wind, current, wave) Required Information (Note *: important) Vessels 1) Type * :.. read more →

Why it is so important to choose the right type, size and arrangement of tug fenders for your tug or workboat? Just like what Richard Hepworth said, tugs may be fitted with up to four types of fender, (tug fenders, w type fenders, m type fenders, keyhole fenders), each of which serves a particular purpose… read more →

Fenders Are Used in Ports and Harbors All Over The World The experience by seas of the world was united with an advanced oceanic technology, our rubber fender was developed with a severe quality control. The elasticity of rubber and the structure of fender absorb the impact when a huge ship is berthing. Thus, the.. read more →

Rubber M fenders and Rubber W Fenders – Best Choice for Workboat As ship owners, do you still use rubber tires along the side of your workboats or on the corners? If the answer is yes, then you have come to the right place. A big disadvantage of the use of tire fenders is that,.. read more →

Ideal Rubber Component of Marine Fenders The processing of a rubber formulation is a very important aspect of rubber compounding. Also, it is important to understand the rubber properties needed for good processability and the tests performed to measure these properties. Uncured rubber, whether natural or synthetic, behaves as a viscoelastic fluid during mixing. Under.. read more →

21 Jul 2015
July 21, 2015

Facing Pads Design

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Facing Pads Design  The Design Work of Facing Pads — An Important Element of Frontal Frame for Marine Fender Systems 1. Type There are two types of Facing Pads: One is flat pad, the other one is corner pad, which are assembled as shown in the right figure. 2. Specification Type Specification (length x width).. read more →