The Yokohama pneumatic fender is a bumper with air as bumping media. Impact energy is absorbed by compressed air so that the ship can berth softly to protect the ship from bumping. The rubber fender is widely used for oil tankers, container vessels, yachts, ocean platforms, large wharf and naval ports, etc. It is suitable for ship berthing of all directions and has been widely used in many types of ship berthing in ports. It has various sizes of D0.5m*L1m – D4.5m*L12m. It can be protected by tire net chains and can be also used without the tire net as well. The Yokohama fender is for sale at YSmarines which is a professional manufacturer for marine equipment in china, the most reliable price guaranteed.
It can easily be deflated which allows simple and cost-effective relocation and re-commissioning in other locations. Pneumatic rubber fenders have the merits of high-pressure resistance, high-energy absorption low reaction, aging resistance and saltwater corrosion resistance. They support berthing at angles up to 15 degrees for oil tankers, container vessels, bulwark carriers, yachts, ocean platforms, large wharf and naval ports, etc. We have two types of molded pneumatic fenders: pneumatic rubber fenders equipped with chain-tire-net wildly used for ship to ship transfer operations and hydro pneumatic fenders equipped with counterweight and ballast water designed for a submarine berth, which can be installed vertically. The ISO 17357:2014 compliant chain-tire net pneumatic fender (CTN) is a lattice of used tires connected by a network of horizontal and vertical chains, which adds further protection to the fender body. The chains are galvanized for greater corrosion resistance and covered by rubber sleeves to prevent abrasive damage to the outer rubber. The horizontal chains are fastened at each end to a ring shackle. The rubber fenders are supplied with two different inside pressure levels to cover a wide performance range, 50kPa & 80kPa,
Features Of Yokohama Pneumatic Fender
● High strength and friction resistance.
● High energy absorption with a low reaction force
● Adjusted performance by varying internal pressure
● Low and easy maintenance
● Low transportation costs - pneumatic fenders can be deflated and folded for transport
● Easily deflatable to be used in a different location and to be stored on deck