Engine: No Engine
Engine Type: No Engine
Usage: for Ship
Certification: CCS
Trademark: Yutung
Transport Package: Nude Pack
Specification: As Per Your Requirement
Origin: China
HS Code: 8907900090
Pneumatic fenders, a kind of marine fender, also called yokohama rubber fender, is a leading anti-collision device for marine application in the world today. This compressed air rubber fender is used as a protective medium. Therefore, pneumatic rubber fenders serves as a protective medium against collision when ship-to-ship contact (STS) and ship-to-berthing (STB). Pneumatic fenders has the advantages of massive energy absorption with low unit surface pressure acted upon the ship. So penumatic fenders has become an ideal ship protection medium used extensively by large tankers, LPG vessels, ocean platforms, large docks, harbor and wharfs.

Core attributes
Pneumatic rubber fenders have any advantages including:
*Easy and fast to deploy;
*Very low reaction and hull pressure;
*Performance adjustable by varying initial pressure;
*Suitable for areas with large or small tides;
*Maintains large clearances between hull and structure;
*Optional chain-tyre nets for heavy duty applications;
*Low maintenance.

Pneumatic yokohama rubber fenders are suitable for many applications including:
*Tankers, Gas Carriers and Bulk Cargo Ships;
*Fast ferries and aluminum hulled vessels;
*Temporary of permanent installations;
*Rapid response and emergency fendering;
*As stand-off fenders to realign ships with shore facilities.
  Pneumatic Fender Technical Performance Table 
Specifications (mm) At 60% compression;
initial pressure is 0.05MPa
Weight of sphere
Diameter Length Energy Absorption
Reaction Force
200 500      
300 500      
500 1000 6 64 25
600 1200 10 86 35
700 1500 17 137 50
1000 1500 32 181 80
1000 2000 45 257 100
1200 2000 63 297 120
1350 2500 100 426 170
1500 3000 153 579 320
1700 3000 190 637 400
2000 3500 308 875 590
2500 4000 663 1380 1000
2500 5500 932 2010 1400
3000 5000 1050 2030 1800
3000 6000 1315 2488 2200
3300 6500 1814 3015 2700
3500 6000 2018 3286 2800
3500 6500 2325 3656 3200
3500 7000 2650 4018 3600
3600 7200 3180 4821 4320
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A hoist is a device used for lifting or lowering a load by means of a drum or lift-wheel around which rope or chain wraps. It may be manually operated, electrically or pneumatically driven and may use chain, fiber or wire rope as its lifting medium.

The basic hoist has two important characteristics to define it: Lifting medium and power type. The lifting medium is either wire rope, wrapped around a drum, or load-chain, raised by a pulley with a special profile to engage the chain. The power can be provided by different means. Common means are hydraulics, electrical and air driven motors. Both the wire rope hoist and chain hoist have been in common use since the 1800s, however mass production of an Electric Hoist did not start until the early 1900s and was first adapted by Germany. A hoist can be built as one integral-package unit, designed for cost-effective purchasing and moderate use, or it can be built as a built-up custom unit, designed for durability and performance. The built-up hoist will be much more expensive, but will also be easier to repair and more durable. Package units were once regarded as being designed for light to moderate usage, but since the 60s this has changed. Built-up units are designed for heavy to severe service, but over the years that market has decreased in size since the advent of the more durable packaged hoist. A machine shop or fabricating shop will use an integral-package hoist, while a Steel Mill or NASA would use a built-up unit to meet durability, performance, and repairability requirements. NASA has also seen a change in the use of package hoists. The NASA Astronaut training pool, for example, utilizes cranes with packaged hoists.

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