Boat Pneumatic Fender can absorb a lot of energy, so that the unit pressure acting on the surface of the ship is reduced. This advantage makes it become an ideal ship protection device and is widely used in large oil tankers, liquefied petroleum gas ships, offshore platforms, bulk carriers, floating structures, large wharfs, ports and docks.
Boat Pneumatic Fender is installed on both sides of the ship type or the ship to play a buffering role to prevent damage and protect the ship from harmful substances. The device is used in ports to absorb collisions between docks and power ships and when two ships are placed side by side at sea. Besides, it has the advantages of advanced technology structure, superior performance, and anti-aging and corrosion resistance.
FLORESCENCE Boat Pneumatic Fender
1. Material: 54% natural rubber
2. Service life: 10 years
3. Hight Corrosion resistance
4. High shock absorption
5. CCS, BV approved
6. Good tightness
Construction of Boat Pneumatic Fender
The body of Pneumatic Rubber Fender is constructed of 1. inner rubber layer, 2. reinforced cord layers 3. outer rubber layer.
And then vulcanized together.
The outer skin rubber compound is designed and manufactured to be able to withstand both strenuous use including abrasion during adverse weather conditions whilst protecting the cord layers and inner rubber.
The tyre cord layers are designed & arranged to distribute load and share the stress, which keep the internal air pressure in fender.
The inner rubber compound is designed to be completely airtight, utilising a compound equivalent to that an inner tube of a car tyre.
Florescence Boat Pneumatic Fender for Medium and Small Vessels
Size (D*L) mm
Fishing Vessel, Tugboat
Fishing Vessel, Tugboat
Tugboat, Transport Ship
Ocean Trawler, Transport Ship
Florescence Boat Pneumatic Fender application
Marine boat rubber fender have been in use for around 50 years. It is the leading device for marine application in the world. This compressed air filled rubber fender is used as a protective medium for ship-to-ship operation(STS), ship-to-quay(STQ) and ship-to-berthing (STB).
1. Tankers, Gas Carriers and Bulk Cargo Ships;
2. Fast ferries and aluminum hulled vessels;
3. Dock buliding no mattter temporary or permanent installations;
4. As stand-off fenders to realign ships with shore facilities.