Design of Fenders for Container Vessels

Fender Spacing and Layout:

Fendering system should be designed to spread the berth loads evenly along as much of the vessel side as is possible. Many vessels have considerable amounts of topside flare forward and aft, below main deck level. In the bow the amount of curvature in the main deck, in plan view, will also vary. As a result the parallel or flat areas of the side of a vessel may be reduced by as much as one third, or more, of its overall length.

Tidal range and the shape of the vessel will dictate the vertical dimension of the fendering catching on low freeboard vessels at low states of the tide. The upper edge of the fendering will need to be configured so as to prevent or accommodate contact being made with vessels with considerable amounts of flare.

Certain lengths of wharf edge may be required, additionally to permit use of quarter or vessel side ramps. It may be necessary to make provision to enable certain sections of fendering to be removed or substituted for different types of vessels or means of cargo handling at container quays, even though the declared traffic is initially containers.

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Arch Fender
JIER manufactures two types Arch Fenders, JDA-A and JDA-B. The JDA-A fender has a rubber contact face ideal for all general purpose applications...
Cylindrical Fender
Cylindrical Fenders are simple to install and operate which makes these units an economical solution for remote locations and for multi user berths...
Cone Fender
All Cone Fenders are single piece mouldings so they are robust, long lasting and easy to install. UHMW-PE faced steel frontal frames are generally used...
Super Cell Fender
Cell Rubber Fender here mentioned is improved over the ordinary type. It has high absorption energy per unit weight and low tilt compression performance...
D Fender
D Fenders can be pre-curved, chamfered and drilled to aid installation at a relatively low cost and can also be cut to the length required ...
Wing Fender
JIER Wing Type Rubber Fenders are developed on the basis of D Type Rubber Fenders. They can be fixed with double line anchors which greatly ...
Square Fender
Square Rubber Fenders offer similar advantages to D fenders and are typically used where a stiffer fender is required. Square Rubber Fenders...
Unit Element Fender
Unit Element Fenders are a high performance, modular system. Element Fenders can be combined in unlimited permutations of length, orientation and Energy...
Roller Wheel Fender
Roller and Wheel Fenders are commonly used on the berth corners and dock entrances, also widely installed along the walls of dry docks and other...
Tug Fender
Tug fenders must work harder, for longer and under more adverse conditions than any other fender type. Tug fenders can be divided into three main types...
Pneumatic Rubber Fender
Pneumatic Rubber Fenders have been in use for around 50 years. The development of the Pneumatic Fender has progressed through ...
Foam Filled Fender
Foam Filled Fenders are versatile, robust and suitable for almost all applications. The manufacturing process allows for virtually any size of fender to be...
Keyhole Fender
Keyhole Fenders are made of high abrasion resistance rubber. They are specially designed for tugboats and workboats.
Rubber Ladders
Rubber Ladders Fenders are very robust. They are flexible to reduce accidental damage and help protect the wharf from small craft berthing.
Rubber Pads
Rubber Pads (Plates) are designed and produced for the protection of barges, tugboats, water locks and quay walls.

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