These pneumatic rubber floating fenders absorb the impact when you are mooring your ship. This prevents damage to the hull as well as the quay. You can either attach these rubber floating fenders to your ship or to the quay to prevent a collision. These fenders are suitable for offshore projects and in a port. They also come in handy when your ship needs to exchange cargo with another vessel and they have to float alongside each other to do so.
|Article number||: 055|
|Date of construction||: Jun 17, 2011|
|Price||: On request|
|Pneumatic Rubber Floating Fenders|
Pneumatic rubber floating fenders to prevent collisions
We offer a full range of pneumatic rubber floating fenders. They can be moored to your ships or docks with wire or chain lines, to be delivered as a body only or with a chain and tire net. Thanks to the fact that the fenders are filled with air, they can be deflated for easy transport. And, as opposed to foam fenders, these pneumatic fenders evenly distribute the impact of a collision, which results in the same load distribution for all parts of the hull. These rubber floating fenders are made in Korea by Yongma Ind. and M.E.S. will act on behalf of the company as European Distributor for their full range of products.
Fenders and more
Apart from these rubber floating fenders, you will find other products suited for marine fendering. You will find fenders from Dutch manufacturers as well as models from all over the world. For instance, Yokohama fenders are also pneumatic. If you are looking for other kinds of marine equipment, feel free to discover our catalogue.
Find the right product for your nautical business
You will certainly find high-quality equipment for offshore work in our collection. From rubber floating fenders to fairleads and more: there is plenty of material for you to choose from. Browse our available products and choose which product you would like to purchase. Phone +31 (0)183 50 20 52 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive more information about the purchasing process.