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Boat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine Fenders

Boat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine Fenders

Boat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine Fenders
Boat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine FendersBoat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine FendersBoat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine Fenders
CategoriesCNT Pneumatic Rubber Fender
BrandJerryborg Marine,safe docking,safe mooring
ModelJRBM-01
Product NamePneumatic fender
Materialnature rubber
ModelJRB-PF-01
Fender Diameter0.5-4.5 meters
Fender Length1.0-9.0 meters
StandardISO: 17357-2014
Place of OriginQingdao , China
FOB portQingdao, Shanghai, Guangzhou
Terms of PaymentL/C, D/A, D/P, Western Union, MoneyGram, T/T, Paypal
Update Time2021-09-25
Detail Information
Boat Rubber Pneumatic Yokohama Type Marine Fenders 
Marine Fender

The marine fender was developed in 1958 in Japan. The marine fenders should be manufactured according to ISO 17357. The standard defines the corresponding international standards for the materials and testing of these fenders. In most cases, marine fenders should be surrounded by a tire and chain net for additional protection. 


Marine fenders are extensively used for ship-to-ship (STS) transfer operations, terminals, and for all kinds of ships, large tankers, vessels, docks, harbor wharves and ocean platforms. 

Marine Fender Advantages
1. Safety and Reliability
Marine fender is made of several strong cord layers to enable it to be pressure-resistant and puncture-resistant.
2. Advantages at Inclined Berthing
Compared with solid fender and foam fender, the marine fender is easier to distribute the load along the ship body or berthing structure. 

  3. Lower Reaction Force with Excess Load
When the marine fender receives excess load suddenly, it can still perform well. The reaction force will not increase sharply compared with solid fenders as follows.

Pneumatic Rubber Fender Specifications
 Pneumatic 50Kpa

Nominal Size

diameter × length

mm

Initial internal pressure

kPa

Guaranteed energy absorption (GEA)

Reaction force at GEA deflection

(R)

Hull pressure (Internal pressure)

at GEA deflection (P)

Minimum value at deflection 60 ± 5 % kJ

Tolerance ±10 % kN

Reference value kPa

500 × 1 000

50

6

64

132

600 × 1 000

50

8

74

126

700 × 1 500

50

17

137

135

1 000 × 1 500

50

32

182

122

1 000 × 2 000

50

45

257

132

1 200 × 2 000

50

63

297

126

1 350 × 2 500

50

102

427

130

1 500 × 3 000

50

153

579

132

1 700 × 3 000

50

191

639

128

2 000 × 3 500

50

308

875

128

2 500 × 4 000

50

663

1381

137

2 500 × 5 500

50

943

2019

148

3 300 × 4 500

50

1175

1884

130

3 300 × 6 500

50

1814

3015

146

3 300 × 10 600

50

3067

5257

158

4 500 × 9 000

50

4752

5747

146

4 500 × 12 000

50

6473

7984

154

Pneumatic 80Kpa

Nominal size

diameter × length

mm

Initial internal pressure

kPa

Guaranteed energy absorption (GEA)

Reaction force at GEA deflection

(R)

Hull pressure (Internal pressure)

at GEA deflection (P)

Minimum value at deflection

60 ± 5 % kJ

Tolerance ±10 % kN

Reference value kPa

500 × 1 000

80

8

85

174

600 × 1 000

80

11

98

166

700 × 1 500

80

24

180

177

1 000 × 1 500

80

45

239

160

1 000 × 2 000

80

63

338

174

1 200 × 2 000

80

88

390

166

1 350 × 2 500

80

142

561

170

1 500 × 3 000

80

214

761

174

1 700 × 3 000

80

267

840

168

2 000 × 3 500

80

430

1150

168

2 500 × 4 000

80

925

1815

180

2 500 × 5 500

80

1317

2653

195

3 300 × 4 500

80

1640

2476

171

3 300 × 6 500

80

2532

3961

191

3 300 × 10 600

80

4281

6907

208

4 500 × 9 000

80

6633

7551

192

4 500 × 12 000

80

9037

10490

202