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Pneumatic rubber fender

Floating pneumatic rubber fenders 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).


Florescence Pneumatic Rubber Fender Construction:
Outer rubber: rubber layer that covers the outside of the fender to protect the cord layers and the inner liner rubber from abrasion and other external forces. 
Inner rubber: liner of a rubber membrane that seals the pressurized air inside the fender. 
Synthetic-tyre-cord layer for reinforcement: layer made of synthetic-tyre-cord fabric, which maintains the internal air pressure of the fender. 
Bead ring: steel ring which is placed at one end (or both ends) of the fender and holds the end of cord layers
Flange opening: steel flange, which is mounted on the fender, to which an air valve or safety valve can be adapted. 
Florescence Pneumatic Rubber Fender Advantages:
1. High energy absorption and with a low reaction force
2. Light weight, portable and floatable, can be installed and replaced easily
3. Heavy duty and long service life-over 10 years
4. Supplied as sling type (body only) or with chain and tire net for protection of the fender body
5. Sizes from 0.5m diameter × 1.0m length up to 4.5m diameter × 12m length
6. Suitable for locations with large and small tidal differences
Classification of floating pneumatic fender:
Fender types:
1.Net-type fender: fenders which are covered by a tire chain net, each end shall be linked together with one to two ring(s).
2.Sling-type fender: fenders which are designed to be used without a protection net.
Initial internal pressure:
                                                                                                                       1.Pneumatic fender 50 (initial internal pressure 50 KPa)
                                                                                                                       2.Pneumatic fender 80 (initial internal pressure 80 KPa)


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