|Black,Orange, Grey, Blue
|Foam Filled Fender
|Yacht, Ship, Port
Dock Foam Filled Rubber Fender,
Boat Foam Filled Rubber Fender,
Yacht EVA Fender
|Foam Filled Marine Fender
The use of memory foams for the fender core, which have high compressive strengths, results in an ability to absorb a great deal of energy during marine operations. This is complemented by low reaction forces, making berthing operations easier – especially in difficult conditions. Users also gain peace of mind from knowing that the closed cell structure of the foams used means that these fenders are virtually unsinkable and will keep functioning – even if damaged beyond viable repair.
The use of memory foams for the fender core, which have high compressive strengths, results in an ability to absorb a great deal of energy during marine operations. This is complemented by low reaction forces, making berthing operations easier – especially in difficult conditions.
Users also gain peace of mind from knowing that the closed cell structure of the foams used means that these fenders are virtually unsinkable and will keep functioning – even if damaged beyond viable repair.
Foam Fenders Constructions
Foam fenders are constructed of three parts providing an important function in the construction. The outside closed-cell
polyethylene foam core absorbs the impact from severe operating conditions, while the inside skin of reinforced polyuretane
elastomer resists wear and tear among austere condition.
Our floating foam fenders also have a simple yet unique internal structure, which allows the shear loads to be absorbed by a through-chain arrangement terminating in end-shackles rather than the body of the fender itself. This has been engineered so that in the event of overload, any damaged components of this system can be replaced in isolation – as opposed to other floating foam fenders where the end-fittings form an integral part of the internal workings of the fender and which, if damaged by shear forces, can lead to the fender being written off.
Difference Between EVA Fenders&PVC Fenders
EVAfoamcore+ Nylon Cord
Fabrics+Polyurea Spraying Coating
|Polyvinyl Chloride PVC +air inside
|Hollow, easy to be ruptured
High Energy absorbing,Low Reaction,
Low hull pressures (just 172kN/m2)
|Not as good as EVA fenders
Because of unsinkable design,
they can provide constant
protection for ships
Because of easiness of rupturing,
put ships in danger of collision
Even at the end of their first service
life they can be returned to the
factory for refurbishment before
going back to work
|Once broken stop working
Construction of Florescence Foam Filled Fender
Our Foam Filled Fenders are constructed of three parts each providing an important function in the construction and lifespan of the fender. The
three parts are (1) The closed cell EVA foam. (2) Outer rubber + nylon cord fabrics. (3) Polyurea spraying coat.
The closed cell EVA foam core used inside offers un-sink ability during operation.
Outer Rubber + Nylon Cord Fabrics
The outer rubber + nylon cord fabrics is specifically designed to seal EVA foam inside and to prevent any leakage.
Polyurea Spraying Coating
Polyurea coating is permanent spray on coatings that protect the surface of fender body. It is more durable than rubberand flexible in all weather conditions; no softening in heat or becoming brittle in cold. Dent, scratch and chemical resistant
Key features of floating foam fenders
High energy absorption/low reaction force
Simple, effective internal engineering
Low maintenance costs
Easy to install
Non-marking PU elastomer skin
Available with best in class NanHai Marine chain and tyre nets
Standard range supplemented by bespoke design service
The EVA foam we use in the construction of our Foam Filled Fenders is the closed cell type. It is made from Ethylene Vinyl Acetate and blended
copolymers. It has a high level of chemical cross linking. These foams are flexible and resilient making them ideal for fendering products. Importantly,
the foams are also chemically inert and nonabsorbentmaking them suitable for use in marine environments.
Contact Person: Michelle Zhang