Super Cell Marine Rubber Fenders High Performance , 2000H High
- Usage: collision avoidance,protect shipboard
- Shape:Cell Fender
- Warrantee: 10 years
1. Frontal berthing is fixed on frontal fender in an effort to
alleviating stress acted upon sides of ship. According to specific
demand, surface stress can drop to as low as 25t/m2. Thus, it is
particularly suitable for berthing of large vessels.
2. Owing to high reaction force energy absorption per unit, it is
can excellently meet the requirements of open sea wharf and dolphin
Rubber grade Performance
Rated deflection 52.5%
Maximum deflection 55%
Super high reaction force (P3)
Super high reaction force (P2)
High reaction force (P1)
Standard reaction force (P0)
Low reaction force (P01)
Note: Performance tolerance:±10%
1. On the basis that counterforce do not increase, if deflection
distance augments by 13%, energy absorption will rise by 17% while
counterforce energy absorption ratio (E/R·H) of each unit will go
up by 15%.
TD-A cell fender
2. Among stress rubber fender series, TD-A cell fender possesses
relatively small inclination and stress change in performance.
3. UHMW-PE frontal pad is fixed in the front of frontal berthing to
lower friction coefficient and reduce the shear force in berthing
by large margin.
- Wide range of sizes
- High efficiency
- Good angular performance
- Modular design
- Well proven design
- PIANC tested and certified
1. E/R-H: 15percent more:
Effectiveness of the fender is designated by E/R·H.
The value of E/R-H of super cell rubber fender is 0.450 which is
15% higher than the 0.383 for the ordinary cell fender.
The combination of super cell fender and new grade of rubber fender
helps to make designing more economical.
This super cell fender with the new grade of rubber can be a size
smaller but perform as well as a size larger.
2. Wider dispersion of stress:
Super cell fender is improved over the ordinary cell fender at the
buckling point and the shape of edge of the leg.
Its wider dispersion of stress has been corroborated by the FEM
(Finite Element Method).
The wider dispersion of stress makes it possible to increase the
design deflection from 47.5% to 52.5%, resulting in superior
performance of the super cell fender, as well as being durable.
3. Well performing at angular berthing:
For selecting a fender system suitable for berthing of large
vessels, angular performance is one of the most important factors
to be considered.