|Standard:||ISO17357||Raw Materials:||Natural Rubber|
|Type:||Pneumatic||Warranty Period:||24 Months|
|Using Life:||More Than 5 Years||Product Name:||Yokohama Fenders|
Pneumatic Rubber Fender,
Yokohama Pneumatic Fender,
Floating Yokohama Pneumatic Fender
We provides a wide range of rubber fenders which are cost effective and efficient solutions to suit any operating environment, condition and requirement. Solid rubber fenders have been used for ages since they are readily available and are considered long lasting.
Rubber fenders come in different forms including, pneumatic type, Cone rubber fender, Supper Cell rubber fender, ‘Wing’ DO Rubber fenders, Foamed filled fenders, Arch type rubber fender and many others. All these types of rubber fender are unique in their own way and come with different specifications and uses.
How To Choose The Right Fender For Your Application
There are many service factors which must be taken into consideration when making a decision on which type and size of fender is best suited for a given application, type of pier structure, type and size of vessel, berthing velocity of vessel, method of berthing, sea currents and wave action. Please check our catalog for the details of some of the most common types of marine fenders.
The ISO 17357 :2014 compliant chain-tire net pneumatic fender (CTN) is a lattice of used tyres connected by a network of horizontal and vertical chains, which adds further protection to the fender body.
The chains are galvanized for greater corrosion resistance and covered by rubber sleeves to prevent abrasive damage to the outer rubber. The horizontal chains are fastened at each end to a ring shackle.
Aging and fatigue often cause fenders to deteriorate in terms of performance. However, due to its air filled body and highly elastic material, such issues are minimised. Solid rubber fenders or foam fenders depend more on the hardness of the material and such dependance may result in decrease in energy absorption performance after years of usage and temperature change. On the other hand, as long as basic maintenance and air pressure control is maintained, pneumatic fenders remain optimum performance even at extremely low temperature down to -50 Degree Celsius or even during high fluctuations.
Pneumatic fenders are primarily floating-types, which means the fenders float on the water in an unrestricted vertical plane corresponding to the tidal range and ship’s vertical movement. Therefore, fender energy absorption always take place at the most optimum position.
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