suitable for sea freight
Natural Rubber Floating Pneumatic Ship Fenders:
Most cost Competitive System
Low Maintenance Cost
Various Optional Fitting
Evergreen Pneumatic Dock Fenders (Floating Yokohama Marine Fenders) is a leading anti-collision device for marine application in the world today. This compressed air rubber fender is used as a protective medium. Therefore, pneumatic dock fenders serves as a critical protective medium against collision when ship-to-ship (STS) transfer operations and ship-to-dock (STD) berthing and mooring operations. Floating Pneumatic Rubber Fenders has the advantages of massive energy absorption with low unit surface pressure acted upon the ship. So floating pneumatic fender has become an ideal ship protection medium used extensively by large tankers, LPG vessels, ocean platforms, bulk carriers and floating structures, large docks, harbor and wharfs.
Construction Festures of Floating Pneumatic Marine Fenders:
Floating pneumatic rubber fenders, constructed by , are kind of a cylindrical air bags with hemispherical heads at both ends. All of these are vulcanized together, and then compress air inside to enable in to float on the water.
Classification of Floating Pneumatic Marine Fenders:
1. Initial Internal Pressure Rating There are two initial pressure rating for Evergreen Floating Pneumatic Rubber Fenders: a) Pneumatic 50 (Initial internal pressure 50 kPa) b) Pneumatic 80 (Initial internal pressure 80 kPa)
2. Floating Pneumatic Fenders Type There are two types for Evergreen Floating Pneumatic Rubber Fenders:
a) Type I Net-type Floating Pneumatic Ruber Fenders The fender is covered by a protection net consisting of either chain, wire or fiber and usually with tires or rubber sleeves.
b) Type II Sling type Floating Pneumatic Rubber Fenders The fender is designed to be used without a protection net. Its easy to hand because of their lightweight.
3. Design Variations Because of the multiformity of application, Evergreen adjust our design in order meet the clients various requirements, such as net variations, colors variations, and end fitting variations.