|Chainand Tire Net Or Sling Type
|Ship To Ship Or Dock
|Pneumatic Rubber Fender
Diameter 4.5m Pneumatic Fender,
STD Rubber Pneumatic Fender,
Ship To Ship Rubber Fender
For about half a century, Yokohama pneumatic rubber fenders have been the premier anti-collision device for use in marine applications. This type of fender is a pressurized, air-filled rubber buffer that is used for diverse purposes, such as ship to ship contact (STS), ship to quay (STQ) and ship to berthing (STB).
Yokohama pneumatic rubber fenders are available in numerous sizes and types. The fender body is typically kept safe with a chain and tyre net (CTN), but sling type or body only productions are also available.
We offer an extensive range of services in the marine industry. These include working on offshore platforms, oil and gas tankers, fast ferries and aluminium vessels, temporary and permanent installations, and rapid response and emergency services. We also specialise in operating in ports with extreme tidal variations, and have the capabilities to work with fishing vessels, transport ships and ocean trawlers.
Pneumatic Rubber Fender is a type of marine fender used to protect ships and docks from damage due to contact. We provide technical support and services for Pneumatic Rubber Fender to ensure its proper functioning and long-term use. Our services include:
Our team of experienced technicians and engineers are available to provide technical support and advice on the installation, maintenance, and repair of Pneumatic Rubber Fenders. We provide high-quality services at competitive prices and guarantee satisfaction.
Packaging and Shipping of Pneumatic Rubber Fender:
The Pneumatic Rubber Fender is securely packed in wooden boxes. The inner surface of the box is covered with waterproof materials such as wax paper or plastic film to protect the product from moisture and dust. The exterior of the box is labeled with product information, including the product name, specifications, and quantity. The product is then loaded onto pallets for transportation to its destination.
Contact Person: Michelle Zhang