Rubber fender is also called rubber protective wood or marine bumper. It is placed on a terminal or ship to protect the ship and wharf from damage, absorb the collision energy of berthing, etc. These are versatile and high-quality devices used to keep ships, boats, and other naval vessels from colliding with one another. Made from high-grade rubber that withstands the harshest environmental conditions. It comes in standard and custom designs.
Grace Ocean offers a cost-effective and efficient solution rubber fender suitable for any working operation. With 20+ years of manufacturing experience, we guarantee excellent performance and durable products to customers. Grand Ocean chooses the best and most innovative materials, and outstanding designs, and provides modern production technology to exceed the industry requirements. Message us today!
Cell Rubber Dock Fender offers long-lasting protection and good shear force resistance, easy to install and maintenance.
Cone Rubber Dock Fender provides excellent shear strength, and excellent energy absorption and has a suitable fender geometry.
Super Cell Rubber Fender has a drum shape. Applied for r large and medium-sized wharves. Feature large suction energy and low reaction force.
Unit Element Dock Fender can be installed horizontally or vertically. Excellent durability and stability in absorbing shocks from large vessels.
Rubber fenders are often classified into two types based on their structure.
Solid Rubber Fenders – solid rubber fenders are a non-floating solid rubber fender. It is an anti-collision device in the marine industry. Rubber fender force is classified into three types: shear, compression, and rotational. Based on its structure, it is categorized into D type fender, super arch SA type rubber fender, fender, cylindrical type (Y-type) fender, GD type fender, and super cone type (ZC).
Floating Rubber Fenders – float freely on the water’s surface. it can be classified as an inflated rubber fender or a filled rubber fender. Inflatable rubber fenders utilized compressed air as the medium, absorbing collision energy.
Grand Ocean specialized in the production of various types of rubber fender. We used high-grade materials such as natural rubber, EPDM, etc. Our professional engineers use innovative rubber extrusion processes for manufacturing rubber fenders.
The rubber is pushed through a die and moulded into the required shape during this manufacturing process. This process allows us to produce different shapes and sizes of rubber fenders in small and large volume production.
Our team can also custom fender profiles that meet your requirements. Count on us to help you find the best solution product for your business or applications.
Aside from standard rubber fender, Grace Ocean customize a variety of rubber fender for various uses. This product is available in all shapes, sizes, and order quantities. We use specially compounded EPDM and natural rubber material. This material is resistant to UV, water, and other harshest environments.
Our rich experience allows us to deliver flexible, cost-effective, and most accurate rubber fenders for situation-specific challenges. From designing and prototyping to small and large volume manufacturing, Grand Ocean is your one-stop solution.
Grace Ocean provides reliable and comprehensive services to cater to your orders. We offer:
With advanced and automated manufacturing lines and an excellent molding process, Grace Ocean guarantees on-time and efficient fast lead time rubber fender.
You can assure 100% quality and performance rubber fender. It complies with various international standards such as:
PIANC Type Approval Certificates
Superior Quality Rubber Fender System
Figure 1: Marine Rubber FenderThink of them as a protective guard – without marine fenders, any behavior unbefitting for a vessel would be liable for accidents that could result in severe damages or loss of lives. It is, therefore, important to equip vessels with quality fenders to ensure the utmost safety at sea!
Figure 2: Cone FenderCone fenders are considered the most modern and effective type of fender available today; their high energy-to-reaction ratio sets them apart from other fenders. This remarkable efficiency means that a less expensive, smaller rubber fender can be used instead for the same effectiveness as a larger one. Cone fenders also come with large front panels, which disperse the energy produced from impacts and collisions, allowing for lower hull pressure.
Figure 3: Arch FenderArch fenders are specific, one-piece fender units that provide an extraordinary amount of shear resistance due to their distinct shape. This shape allows the stress to spread evenly over the entire piece and ensures that the fender is reliable even in severe conditions. They can be installed either horizontally or vertically, depending on what is needed in the application.
Figure 4: Solid Rubber FenderThese are non-floating anti-collision devices designed to absorb the kinetic energy of vessels that come into contact with them, making them essential for preventing damage to ships and docks.
Figure 5: Floating Rubber FenderA floating inflatable rubber fender is a marine device used to absorb the energy of a ship’s collision with another vessel, dock, or other objects. It consists of a long tube made from a strong air-filled rubber material that lies on top of the water’s surface. There are two types of inflatable rubber fenders: inflated and filled.
Figure 6: Element FenderThey are a great choice for those with limited space and the need to mount fenders. They provide an incredibly durable solution, as they are designed to last for long periods. You can easily install them vertically and horizontally.
Figure 7: Cell FenderCell fender is widely recognized as the most commonly used fender, able to provide a lower reaction force than other types of fenders for every unit of energy it absorbs. They are well-known for their durability and toughness against wear and tear, making them one of the most resilient rubber fenders.
Figure 8: Installation of Fender