Ocean-going ships use inflatable rubber balls, inflatable balls, pier balls, anti-collision fenders
Marine inflatable rubber ball (fender) is the most popular anti-collision buffer product for ships in the world today. It uses compressed air as a buffer medium to make the ship have a softer collision avoidance effect when it is alongside. Compared with general elastic rubber fenders (such as waste tires, solid rubber fenders, etc.), it has the advantages of large impact energy absorption, low pressure per unit area acting on ships, excellent impact fatigue resistance, and easy installation. Widely used in large oil tankers, liquefied gas ships, offshore platforms, large docks, port terminals, etc.
The GB/T 21482-2008 national standard "Ship and Offshore Technology Inflatable Rubber Ball" drafted by our company and the China Shipbuilding Industry Comprehensive Technology and Economic Research Institute was officially implemented on September 1, 2008.
1. The structural form of the marine inflatable rubber ball:
2. Performance curve of marine inflatable rubber (fender)