Cross-section D-shaped rubber fenders for mooring areas, docks
D-shaped rubber fenders have higher impact absorbing capacity in contrast to cylindrical fenders. They can be attached to the morage wall (quay pier) by anchor bolts and are used as leading piles for self-floating structures. They are highly abbrasion-resistant. The standard size ratios are: D=H, d=1/2H, i.e. 1:1/2.
Cross-section D-shaped rubber fenders for ships, tugboats, fishing boats
Big towing tugs and barges can cover shipboards with marine fendering to protect the hull when maneuvering or coming alongside. This type of construction is the result of long-term scientific research and experience in the maritime industry to resist impacting forces that occur between ship hulls or between a ship and a moorage wall (quay pier) during mooring.
We perform complex works on the installation of D-shaped fenders for tugs, mooring areas in accordance with the regulated technical requirements and operating environment.