Ships and Marine Technology – Ship Launching Air Bags

ISO 14409 2011 Ships and Marine Technology - Ship Launching Air Bags

ISO 14409 2011 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, transport, storage and so on.

This International Standard is intended for designing, manufacturing, testing and accepting air bags that are made of synthetic-tire-cord reinforcement layers.

All of JIER Marine Airbags are designed and manufactured strictly comply to the standard of ISO 14409:2011 (E) Ships and marine technology – Ship launching air bags.

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  1. Marine Airbag for Ship Launching/Pulling/Salvage

    Marine Airbag for Ship Launching/Pulling/Salvage

    Ship launching using marine airbags is a very popular vessel launching method. It overcomes the shortcomings of the fixed launching track, which limits the productive capability of the small and medium sized shipyards. Now it has become a Flexible Launching Technology, having the merits of time and labor saving, flexibility, reliability and safety in operation and comprehensive economic benefits etc. more…

  2. Marine Airbag Specification

    Marine Airbag Specification

    The standard specification of marine airbags.

    ★Diameter (D): from 0.5m to 5.0m.

    ★Effective Length (EL): from 5m to 30m.

    ★Total Length (TL): from 6m to 32m

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  3. Marine Airbag Construction

    Marine Airbag Construction

    Ship Launching/Pulling Airbags, basic body are consisted of our rubber layers, synthetic-cord-reinforced rubber layers, are kind of a cylindrical airbags with hemispherical heads at the both ends. All of these are vulcanized together, and then compress air inside to enable it to roll. more…

  4. Marine Airbag Application

    Marine Airbag Application

    Shipbuilding Industry:

    Upgrading and launching of ships; shipwreck salvaging; ships collision avoidance

    Hoisting and Moving Industry:

    Lifting and transporting of heavy weight objects.

    Building Industry:

    Pneumatic core moulding use in building industry.

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  5. Marine Airbag Repair and Maintenance

    Marine Airbag Repair and Maintenance

    Marine airbags can be used repeatedly; the correct using method and reasonable storage could extend the using life of them.

    Top Notice for the Usage of Marine Airbags

    ☆ Control the pneumatic pressure strictly, do not exceed the upper limit value of work pressure in any case.

    ☆ The surface of marine airbags should not be contacted with hard & sharp objects like sharp metal plates, big stones etc. to avoid unnecessary puncturing damage.

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