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Fenders

The QuayQuip approach


QuayQuip conceives, designs, makes and
commissions engineered solutions for a diversity
of marine and port construction applications.
All projects make the best use of our collective
expertise with steel, rubber and engineered
plastics.
The QuayQuip Design Group uses the extensive
resources available within the company, sister
businesses and other technical partners. The Design
Group enjoys access to over 50 engineers and
specialists in disciplines which include:

Fender design and applications engineering


Mooring systems design
Shiploader and bulk materials handling technology
Structural analysis including advanced FEA
Steel fabrication, casting and forging production
Materials experts
QA/QC inspection and management systems
Third party external design checks

Projects undertaken by QuayQuip are professionally


designed and managed. Customer satisfaction is
our first priority and we live up to our hard-earned
reputation for delivery quality, technology and value
for money all backed by extended warranties.

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Floating
Structures

Bollards

& Mooring Systems

Engineering
the Future
QuayQuip BV, 2011

Engineered
Range

Special application fenders engineered for unique and demanding


situations:
Parallel Movement and Pivot Fenders
Flat Pack Ports
Shiphauling and Capstans

Engineered

Fixed
Range

Our most popular high performance fenders, suitable for most


large ship applications:
Cells and Cones
Elements and Arch

Fixed Range

Foam
Range

Unsinkable, durable and versatile arguably the worlds best


foam fenders:
QuayGuard
Donut

Foam Range

Air
Range

Floating fenders for inshore and offshore, and wheel fenders for
locks and corners:
Pneumatics and hydropneumatics
Wheels and rollers

Air Range

Utility
Range

Simple solutions for smaller docks and harbours, and fenders for
tugs and workboats:
Cylindrical fenders
Extruded and moulded profiles

Utility Range

Plastics
Range

Engineered plastics for low friction facings and environmentally


sensitive applications:
UHMW-PE facing pads
Composite piles and timbers

Plastics Range

Accessories

A full spread of accessories to support fenders and attach them to


new and existing structures:
A full programme of chain and suspension systems
Anchors and fixings

Accessories

Materials
& Testing

Safety-critical installations demand quality materials, tested,


inspected and verified to the latest international standards:
Physical properties
PIANC 2002 test protocols and procedures

Materials/Testing

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Engineered Range
QuayQuip has more engineering resources than any other
manufacturer, able to provide an unrivalled breadth and
depth of fendering, mooring and marine construction
expertise to solve the most complicated and demanding
challenges.

Parallel Movement Fenders (PMF)


QuayQuips design team has
engineered many hundreds
of Parallel Movement
fenders and now takes
this technology into the
latest 4th Generation PMF
with improved geometries,
bearing designs and
materials.
Parallel Movement fenders
include a non-tilt torsion arm
mechanism that keeps the
panel vertical whatever level
it is impacted, but still allows
free movement to cope with
berthing angles. PMF systems
provide very low reaction too
sometimes less than half
that of a conventional design.
Reduced load can mean
lower construction costs and
more comfortable and rapid
turnaround times.
Lower construction costs
Very low reaction with
high energy
Balanced load paths
Better geometry
less rubber shear
Fully articulated pin joints
Fully sealed bearings

Optimized torsion arm


geometry reduces shear
on cones and structure

High-performance
QCN cones (p8)

Reinforced wings to resist


combined horizontal and
vertical forces

Large lead-in
bevels to reduce
snagging

Virgin UHMW-PE face


pads with extra strong
blind boss fixings (p34)
Forged and heat treated stainless
steel ball joints in fully sealed
bearings. Bearing materials proven
to 200,000 load cycles and very
high operating pressures.

Pile sleeves (optional)


for fast construction

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Engineered

Fixed Range

D
B

1550

1405

480

400

525

600

12000

1800

1640

560

480

600

800

12000

2250

2120

730

640

750

2500

2385

840

720

825

2800

2600

900

800

900

3050

2845

990

880

975

3300

3110

1100

960

1050

900
1000
1100
1200

12000
12000
12000
12000

Refer to QuayQuip

12000

Refer to QuayQuip

500

Refer to QuayQuip

Please ask QuayQuip for further


details and advice.

12000

3550

3365

1200

1040

1125

1400

12000

3800

3610

1290

1120

1200

1600

12000

4350

4090

1460

1280

1350

Dimensions are typical and approximate.

Utility Range

1300

Air Range

QuayQuip engineers consider


normal and abnormal impacts,
tides, line loads and UDLs, hull
form, clearances and many other
factors when recommending the
best design in each case.

A
PMF
(Dual QCN) Min Max

Foam Range

PMF Fenders are custom


designed for each application.

[Units: mm]

Every installation differs please confirm dimensions with QuayQuip.

Plastics Range
Accessories
Materials/Testing

QuayQuip BV, 2011

Parallel Movement Fenders (PMF)


Performance table
H

A0
A1
E
64.4
73.6
500 R 128 146

A2
82.8
165

B0
92.0
183

B1
101
199

B2
111
214

C0
120
230

C1
132
250

C2
144
270

D0
156
290

D1
172
319

E
600 R

109
175

125
200

140
225

156
250

174
273

192
297

210
320

233
350

255
380

278
410

306
451

E
800 R

265
315

302
360

340
405

378
450

415
490

453
530

490
570

543
620

595
670

648
720

713
792

E
900 R

379
413

434
472

488
531

542
590

598
640

654
690

710
740

783
803

857
867

930 1023
930 1023

E
1000 R

511
511

584
584

657
657

730
730

805
793

881
857

956 1055 1153 1252 1377


920 1000 1080 1160 1276

E
1100 R

685
623

782
712

880
801

978 1077 1177 1276 1401 1527 1652 1817


890 967 1043 1120 1213 1307 1400 1540

E
1200 R

874
728

998 1123 1248 1369 1491 1612 1779 1945 2112 2323
832 936 1040 1127 1213 1300 1417 1533 1650 1815

Dual mounted QCN cones


provide double the energy
for the same reaction
compared to a single
QCN cone. Even at large
compression angles there is
minimal loss of energy.
QuayQuip can provide
performance curves, global
axis forces and preferred
fixing details for all PMF
fenders.

E 1110 1269 1427 1586 1743 1901 2058 2269 2481 2692 2961
1300 R
868 992 1116 1240 1347 1453 1560 1690 1820 1950 2145
E 1403 1603 1804 2004 2211 2417 2624 2895 3165 3436 3780
1400 R
1002 1145 1288 1431 1555 1679 1803 1960 2117 2274 2501
E 2093 2392 2691 2990 3299 3607 3916 4320 4724 5128 5641
1600 R
1308 1495 1682 1869 2031 2193 2355 2560 2765 2970 3267
E 1490 1703 1916 2129 2349 2568 2788 3076 3363 3651 4016
1800 R
1656 1892 2129 2365 2570 2776 2981 3240 3499 3758 4134
2000 E 2044 2336 2628 2920 3221 3523 3824 4219 4613 5008 5509
R 2044 2336 2628 2920 3173 3427 3680 4000 4320 4640 5104
Softer, harder and intermediate compounds are available on request.

[Units: kJ, kN]

Pivot Fenders
QuayQuip Pivot Fenders are an alternative to Parallel
Movement systems. The panel remains almost
vertical no matter where the impact occurs on its
face. Pivot fenders protect their supporting structures
by reducing horizontal forces into the structure. They
can also receive vessels with pronounced beltings or
head- and stern-on impacts. They work well in high
tidal ranges or where vessels may impact above the
deck level of the structure.
The panel, connected to QCN cones or QME elements,
pivots around a durable, precision-made joint at the
bottom. Panels may rotate about their vertical axes and
tilt in the direction of fender compression. Pivot Fenders
can cope with large horizontal and vertical working loads,
and offer very high energy absorption and low reaction.
Systems are often interlinked to form flexible barriers
along quay faces or around curved structures.
Options include inbuilt cathodic protection to
extend working life and self-locking fixings for lower
maintenance.

QuayQuip BV, 2011

Flat Pack Ports

Ideal for remote site projects


Rapid and accurate construction
Minimal site works
Factory pre-assembled and checked

Foam Range

Fixed Range

On site work is reduced to placing piles, rapid assembly of the


flat pack port components and a few grouted joints. Job done
fast, inexpensively and without compromise.

Engineered

QuayQuips Flat Pack Port (FPP) concept solves many


construction issues for remote locations, such as build
speed and available cranage. The entire fender, mooring,
deck and jacket structures are modular. They can be
assembled in the factory and checked before shipment,
containerised and despatched to site in the most
convenient and manageable packages.

Shiphauling & Capstans

Control options include simple foot switches or a dock-mounted


consoles or handheld remote controls.

Utility Range

Winches can be deployed at each end of the berth with a rail


and carriage system which acts as a mule to haul the vessel
in either direction. The winches can incorporate a Leadscrew
Levelwind System for even spooling of the cable onto the drum.

Air Range

QuayQuip design and build a range of winches and capstans


for warping and hauling vessels along berths.

Capstans are often installed on docks for hauling in messenger


lines, and can also haul small vessels over short distances.

Typical applications include locks, waterways, high tidal range


berths, and fast ferry berths.

Materials/Testing

Cast-steel rails and other parts are designed to last 50 years


or more. The bollard sits above a buoyant, wheeled bogie,
guaranteeing that it always presents at a safe and convenient
level for crew. Faster transits benefit lock and barge operators
alike and save costs. Modular rails can be provided to any
height. Bollard capacities and height above water depend on the
characteristics of each berth please ask QuayQuip for details.

Accessories

QuayQuips Mooring Travellers allow for water level


changes by replacing conventional moorings with units that
rise and fall with the vessel.

Plastics Range

Mooring Travellers

QuayQuip BV, 2011

QCN Cone Fenders


QCN Cones have advanced geometry and
combine high efciency with excellent
angular performance.
Versatile and proven in practice, the QCN Cone
Fender is well suited to berths and terminals
handling large vessels, for load sensitive
structures and for berth upgrades.

High efficiency
Good angular performance
Wide range of sizes
Standard and intermediate rubber grades
PIANC tested and certified

f = 70%
Anchors

Bolts

F B

A D

T
H

Dimensions table
H

Fixings

Weight

350

570

510

330

275

2732

22

4 M20

45

400

600

540

340

260

3040

22

4 M24

72

500

750

675

425

325

3040

22

4 M24

142

600

900

810

510

390

3040

27

6 M30

234

700

1050

945

595

455

3747

27

6 M30

352

800

1200

1080

680

520

4052

27

6 M36

541

900

1350

1215

765

585

4052

33

6 M36

764

1000

1500

1350

850

650

5065

35

6 M42

1049

1100

1650

1485

935

715

5065

40

6 M42

1400

1150

1725

1550

980

750

5065

40

6 M42

1600

1200

1800

1620

1020

780

5065

42

8 M42

1820

1300

1950

1755

1105

845

6580

46

8 M48

2310

1400

2100

1890

1190

980

6580

49

8 M48

2890

1600

2400

2160

1360

1200

6580

58

8 M48

4310

1800
2000

2700
3000

2430
2700

1530
1700

1350
1500

80100
80100

62
62

10 M56
10 M56

6140
8420

Please ask QuayQuip for details of other QCN Cone models and dimensions.

[Units: mm, kg]

QuayQuip BV, 2011

[Units: kJ, kN]

H
350
400
500
550
600
700
800
900
1000
1050

1150
1200
1300
1400
1600

2000

A2

B0

B1

B2

C0

C1

C2

D0

D1

14.0
80.1
20.7
105
41.4
165
54.9
199
70.2
225
116
324
170
405
244
531
329
657
381
725
440
801
500
869
562
936
714
1116
902
1288
1346
1682
1916
2129
2628
2628

15.6
89.0
23.0
117
46.0
183
61.0
221
78.0
250
129
360
189
450
271
590
365
730
423
805
489
890
555
965
624
1040
793
1240
1002
1431
1495
1869
2129
2365
2920
2920

17.2
97.0
25.7
127
50.7
199
67.3
240
87.0
273
141
390
208
490
299
640
403
793
466
875
539
967
612
1049
685
1127
872
1347
1105
1555
1649
2031
2349
2570
3221
3173

18.9
105
28.3
137
55.3
214
73.7
259
96.0
297
154
420
226
530
327
690
440
857
510
944
588
1043
670
1133
745
1213
950
1453
1209
1679
1804
2193
2568
2776
3523
3427

20.5
113
31.0
147
60.0
230
80.0
278
105
320
166
450
245
570
355
740
478
920
553
1014
638
1120
727
1217
806
1300
1029
1560
1312
1803
1958
2355
2788
2981
3824
3680

22.6
123
34.0
160
66.0
250
88.0
302
116
350
183
487
271
620
392
803
527
1000
610
1102
701
1213
802
1323
889
1417
1135
1690
1447
1960
2160
2560
3076
3240
4219
4000

24.7
132
37.0
173
72.0
270
96.0
327
128
380
201
523
298
670
428
867
577
1080
668
1191
763
1307
877
1428
973
1533
1240
1820
1583
2117
2362
2765
3363
3499
4613
4320

26.8
142
40.0
186
78.0
290
104
351
139
410
218
560
324
720
465
930
626
1160
725
1279
826
1400
952
1534
1056
1650
1346
1950
1718
2274
2564
2970
3651
3758
5008
4640

29.5
156
44.0
205
85.8
319
114
386
153
451
240
616
356
792
512
1023
689
1276
798
1407
909
1540
1047
1687
1162
1815
1481
2145
1890
2501
2820
3267
4016
4134
5509
5104

Air Range

1800

A1
12.5
71.2
18.4
93.6
36.8
146
48.8
177
62.4
200
103
288
151
360
217
472
292
584
338
644
391
712
444
772
499
832
634
992
802
1145
1196
1495
1703
1892
2336
2336

Foam Range

1100

A0
10.9
62.3
16.1
81.9
32.2
128
42.7
155
54.6
175
90.3
252
132
315
190
413
256
511
296
564
342
623
389
676
437
728
555
868
701
1002
1047
1308
1490
1656
2044
2044

Fixed Range

TYPE APPROVED
by Burea Veritas
to PIANC 2002 and
ASTM F2192-05
protocols. See p42.

E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R

Engineered

Performance
table

Softer, harder and intermediate compounds are available on request.


120

Utility Range

Performance
curve

110
100

Reaction

90

Energy

60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20

Intermediate
factors

D (%)
R (%)
E (%)
Angle
R-factor
E-factor

0
0
0

10

5
21
1
0
1.00
1.00

15

10
40
4
3
1.00
1.01

20

15
58
8

25

20
72
15

5
1.00
1.00

30
35
40
Deflection (% )

25
84
22
8
1.00
0.99

30
93
30
10
1.00
0.98

45

35 40 45
98 100 98
39
49 58
15
1.00
0.93

20
1.00
0.87

50

55

50
94
67

55
89
75

60

60
85
83

65

70

65 70 72
87 100 110
91 100 104

For Speed & Temperature


Factors refer to p43.

10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD). 5% tolerances are available in some cases.
Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QCN Cone Fenders.

Materials/Testing

Angular
factors

Accessories

Energy (%)

70

Plastics Range

Reaction (%)

80

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QCL Cell Fenders


QCL Cell Fenders have an efcient and simple
geometry which is well proven, tried and
tested.
Versatile and proven in practice, QCL Cells are
well suited to berths and terminals handling all
vessel sizes.

Well proven design


High efficiency
Modular design
Good angular performance
Wide range of sizes
PIANC tested and certified

Anchors

D A

T
H

Dimensions table
H

Head Bolts

Anchors

400

650

550

25

4 M24

4 M24

75

500

650

550

25

4 M24

4 M24

95

630

840

700

25

4 M30

4 M30

220

800

1050

900

30

6 M33

6 M33

400

1000

1300

1100

25

6 M39

6 M39

790

1150

1500

1300

37

6 M42

6 M42

1200

1250

1650

1450

40

6 M42

6 M42

1500

1450

1850

1650

42

6 M52

6 M52

2300

1600

2000

1800

45

8 M52

8 M52

3000

1700

2100

1900

50

8 M56

8 M56

3600

2000

2200

2000

50

8 M64

8 M64

4200

2250

2550

2300

57

10 M64

10 M64

7400

2500

2950

2700

70

10 M64

10 M64

10500

3000

3350

3150

75

12 M76

12 M76

18500

Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QCL Cells.

Weight

[Units: mm, kg]

QuayQuip BV, 2011

10

400

[Units: kJ, kN]

500

630
800
1000
1150
1250
1450

1700
2000
2250

3000

B1
13.7
78
26.8
122
53
193
105
297
214
487
327
646
420
765
656
1029
857
1210
1057
1415
1723
1957
2720
2751
3731
3396
5643
4850

B2
C0
14.9 16.1
85
92
29.1 31.5
132
143
58
63
210
228
111
118
313
330
233
252
530
572
388
358
703
760
459
497
833
902
716
776
1122 1215
914
970
1281 1351
1153 1250
1544 1672
1881 2040
2134 2310
2967 3215
3000 3249
4070 4410
3704 4012
6177 6710
5320 5790

C1
C2
D0
D1
16.9 17.7 18.5 20.4
96.7 101
106
117
33
34.6 36.1 39.7
150
158
165
182
66.3 69.7
73
80.3
240
251
263
289
125
131
138
152
348
365
383
421
264
277
289
318
601
631
660
726
407
426
445
490
802
843
885
974
523
548
574
631
949
995 1042 1146
816
855
895
985
1277 1340 1402 1542
1020 1070 1120 1232
1420 1489 1558 1714
1314 1378 1442 1586
1757 1843 1928 2121
2143 2245 2348 2583
2429 2549 2668 2935
3378 3540 3703 4073
3415 3582 3748 4123
4636 4862 5088 5597
4218 4424 4630 5093
Please ask Quayquip
for these compounds

Air Range

2500

B0
12.5
71
24.4
111
48
175
98
280
195
445
297
589
382
696
596
936
801
1140
960
1287
1564
1781
2472
2502
3391
3088
5110
4380

Foam Range

1600

A2
11.2
63.9
21.9
99.9
43.2
158
88.2
252
176
401
267
530
344
626
536
842
721
1026
864
1158
1408
1603
2225
2252
3052
2779
4599
3942

Fixed Range

TYPE APPROVED
by Burea Veritas
to PIANC 2002 and
ASTM F2192-05
protocols. See p42.

A0
A1
8.7
10
49.7 56.8
17.1 19.5
77.7 88.8
33.6 38.4
123
140
68.6 78.4
196
224
137
156
312
356
208
238
412
471
267
306
487
557
417
477
655
749
561
641
798
912
672
768
901 1030
1095 1251
1247 1425
1730 1978
1751 2002
2374 2713
2162 2470
3577 4088
3066 3504

E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R

Engineered

Performance
table

Softer, harder and intermediate compounds are available on request.


120

Utility Range

Performance
curve

110
100

Reaction

90

Energy

60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20

Intermediate
factors

D (%)
R (%)
E (%)
Angle
R-factor
E-factor

0
0
0

10

5
38
2
0
1.00
1.00

15

10
68
8
3
1.00
0.98

20

15
88
17
5
1.00
0.95

25
30
Deflection (%)

35

40

40
95
73

20
97
28

25
100
39

30
99
51

35
97
62

8
1.00
0.91

10
1.00
0.88

15
1.00
0.81

20
1.00
0.65

45

45
95
84

50

50
97
94

55

52.5
100
100

55
106
106

For Speed & Temperature


Factors refer to p43.

10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD).


Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QCL Cell Fenders.

Materials/Testing

Angular
factors

Accessories

Energy (%)

70

Plastics Range

Reaction (%)

80

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QME Elements
QME Elements are modular units with an advanced
geometry that combines high performance with an
adaptable design.
QME Elements have a long track record and are well suited
to berths and terminals handling all vessel sizes. Vertical or
horizontal mounting of elements ensures optimum energy and
low reaction.
Elements can be used in arrays with steel panels, or in pairs with
UHMW-PE shields as V-fenders. A small footprint makes QME
Elements perfect where fixing area is restricted.

High efficiency
Modular design
Good angular performance
Wide range of sizes
PIANC tested and certified
D
B

T
L

Dimensions table
Fixings Weight

Standard Lengths
600 900 1000 1200 1500 2000

250

35

44

88

77

300

150

17

M20

37

300

47

47

93

94

300

150

17

M20

45

400

63

62

124

125

500

250

17

M24

94

500

87

71

142

158

500

250

20

M30

120

550

87

85

170

172

500

250

20

M30

132

600

87

101

200

188

500

250

20

M30

153

750

118

117

230

235

500

250

26

M36

242

800

129

121

240

250

500

250

26

M36

290

1000

162

160

310

322

500

250*

31

M42

453

1250

196

204

390

400

500

250*

36

M48

664

1450

228

226

454

454

500

250

41

M48

873

1600

261

246

480

507

500

250

50

M56

1227

Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QME Elements.

[Units: mm, kg/m]

*Dimension F is 200mm for QME-1000 900L and QME-1250 900L fenders.

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250

[Units: kJ, kN]

300

400
500
550
600
750
800

1250
1450
1600

A2
9.2
80
13.3
96
23.6
128
36.9
160
44.6
176
53.1
192
82.9
240
94.3
256
147
320
230
400
310
464
377
512

B0*
10.3
89
14.7
107
26.2
142
41
178
49.5
196
59.0
213
92.1
267
105
284
164
356
256
445
344
516
419
569

B1
11.0
96
15.8
114
28.1
152
43.9
191
53.1
210
63.2
229
98.7
286
112
305
176
381
274
476
369
552
449
610

B2
11.7
102
16.8
122
30
163
46.8
203
56.6
224
67.4
244
105
305
120
325
187
406
293
508
394
589
479
650

C0
12.4
108
17.9
130
31.8
173
49.7
216
60.2
237
71.6
259
112
324
127
345
199
432
311
540
418
626
509
691

C1
13.2
115
19.0
137
33.7
183
52.7
229
63.7
251
75.8
274
118
343
135
366
211
457
329
572
443
663
539
732

C2
13.9
121
20
145
35.6
193
55.6
241
67.2
265
80
290
125
362
142
386
222
483
347
603
467
700
569
772

D0*
14.6
127
21.1
152
37.4
203
58.5
254
70.8
279
84.2
305
132
381
150
406
234
508
366
635
492
737
599
813

D1
16.1
140
23.2
168
41.2
224
64.4
279
77.9
307
92.7
335
145
419
165
447
257
559
402
699
541
810
659
894

Foam Range

1000

A1
8.2
71
11.8
85.3
21
114
32.8
142
39.6
156
47.2
171
73.7
213
83.9
228
131
284
205
356
276
412
335
455

Fixed Range

TYPE APPROVED
by Burea Veritas
to PIANC 2002 and
ASTM F2192-05
protocols. See p42.

A0
7.2
62
10.3
74.7
18.3
99.6
28.7
124
34.7
137
41.3
149
64.5
187
73.4
199
115
249
179
311
241
361
294
398

E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R

Engineered

Performance
table

* Compound D0 (previously Compound A), and Compound B0 (previously Compound B) are commonly needed

Air Range

for spare and replacement projects.


Softer, harder and intermediate compounds are available on request.
Performances are per single element of 1 metre length.

Performance
curve

130
120

Utility Range

110
100

Energy

80
70

130

60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20

0
0
0

10

5
24
2

15

10
50
6

20

15
72
14

25

20
88
25

30
35
Deflection (% )

25
98
36

30
100
48

Angle
0
3
5
8
10 15 20
R-factor 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
E-factor 1.00 0.99 0.99 0.96 0.93 0.81 0.71
10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD).

40

35
97
59

45

40
91
69

50

45
86
78

50
85
86

55

55
92
95

60

57.5 62.5
100 126
100 113

For Speed & Temp.


Factors refer to p43.

H
WS =1.2H

Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QME Element Fenders.

Materials/Testing

Angular
factors

D (%)
R (%)
E (%)

Accessories

Intermediate
factors

Plastics Range

Reaction (%)

90

Energy (%)

Reaction

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QSA Arch Fenders


QSA Arch Fenders are tough and reliable,
simple and long lasting ideal for berths
serving smaller vessels and where durability
is all important.
Easy and fast to install, QSA Arch Fenders
are well suited to berths handling a variety
of vessel types and sizes. They can be fitted
vertically or horizontally to provide long lasting
and low maintenance protection.

Tough and reliable design


Simple installation
Rubber-faced designs
Wide ranges of sizes and lengths
PIANC tested and certified

T
C

Dimensions tables
H

Hole size

200
250
300
400
500
600
800
1000

144
180
210
280
350
420
560
700

320
410
490
670
840
1010
1340
1680

128
160
195
260
325
390
520
650

145
165
245
320
395
470
600
750

20
25
26
30
33
36
48
60

5829
6432
7035
8241
9447
10050
13668
13668

H
200
250
300
400
500
600
800
1000

L = 1000 (n = 4)
K
M
860
865
870
900
930
960
1040
1100

1100
1125
1150
1200
1250
1300
1400
1500

L = 1500 (n = 6)
K
M
680
680
685
700
715
730
770
800

1600
1625
1650
1700
1750
1800
1900
2000

L = 2000 (n = 8)
K
M
620
620
625
635
645
655
680
700

n = number of anchors per fender.

2100
2125
2150
2200
2250
2300
2400
2500

Fixings

Weight

M24
M30
M30
M36
M42
M48
M64
M64

60
85
125
205
325
480
875
1395

L = 2500 (n = 8) L = 3000 (n = 10) L = 3500 (n = 12)


K
M
K
M
K
M
785
790
790
800
810
820
845
865

2600
2625
2650
2700
2750
2800
2900
3000

715
715
715
725
730
740
775

3100
3125
3150
3200
3250
3300
3500

672
673
674
680
686
692

3600
3625
3650
3700
3750
3800

Refer to
QuayQuip
[Units: mm, kg/m]

Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QSA Arch Fenders.

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[Units: kJ, kN]

A2

B0

B1

B2

C0

C1

C2

D0

D1

6.4
88.0

7.2
99.0

8.0
110

8.7
123

9.3
137

10.0
150

10.3
157

10.7
163

11.0
170

12.1
187

E
250 R

8.4
98

9.6
112

10.8
126

12.0
140

13.3
153

14.7
167

16.0
180

16.3
190

16.7
200

17.0
210

18.7
231

E
300 R

18.2
143

20.8
163

23.4
184

26.0
204

27.7
219

29.3
233

31.0
248

34.3
273

37.7
297

41.0
322

45.1
354

E
400 R

32.2
193

36.8
220

41.4
248

46.0
275

49.7
293

53.3
312

57.0
330

62.7
363

68.3
397

74.0
430

81.4
473

E
500 R

50.4
241

57.6
275

64.8
310

72.0
344

77.3
367

82.7
391

88
414

96.7
455

105
497

114
538

125
592

E
600 R

72.8
288

83.2
330

93.6
371

104
412

111
440

119
468

126
496

139
545

151
595

164
644

180
708

E
800 R

130
385

148
440

167
495

185
550

198
587

210
624

223
661

245
728

268
795

290
862

319
948

1000 E
R

202
482

230
550

259
620

288
688

309
734

331
782

352
828

387
910

420
994

456
1076

500
1184

Performances are per metre length.


Softer, harder and intermediate compounds are available on request.

130
120

Air Range

Performance
curve

110
QSA 200 & 250

100

Reaction

90

70

130

60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20
0

10

20

10
53
9

15
72
18

25
30
Deflection (% )

35

40

45

50

55

QSA 200 & 250

Intermediate
factors

D (%)
R (%)
E (%)

0
0
0

5
31
2

20
87
29

25
96
43

30
100
57

35
98
72

40
95
86

45
100
100

50
131
116

QSA 300800
D (%)
R (%)
E (%)
Angle
R-factor
E-factor

5
23
1
0
1.00
1.00

10
50
6
3
1.00
0.97

15
74
14
5
1.00
0.95

20
91
25

25
99
37

30
99
50

35
92
62

8
1.00
0.91

10
1.00
0.88

15
1.00
0.80

20
1.00
0.73

40
83
73

45
78
84

50
87
94

52.5
100
100

55
120
107

For Speed & Temperature


Factors refer to p43.

10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD).


Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QSA Arch Fenders.

Materials/Testing

Angular
factors

0
0
0

Accessories

15

Plastics Range

Energy (%)

Energy

80

Utility Range

Reaction

Reaction (%)

Energy
QSA 300800

Foam Range

A1

5.6
77.0

Fixed Range

TYPE APPROVED
by Burea Veritas
to PIANC 2002 and
ASTM F2192-05
protocols. See p42.

A0

E
200 R

Engineered

Performance
table

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QPA Arch Fenders


QPA Arch Fenders are tough and reliable,
simple and long lasting ideal for berths
serving smaller vessels where durability is
all important.
With bolted-on UHMW-PE face pads, QPA
Arch Fenders combine resilience with lowfriction, non-marking properties. They can be
fitted horizontally or vertically to provide long
lasting and low maintenance protection.

Tough and reliable design


Simple installation
Low-friction faced designs
Wide ranges of sizes and lengths
PIANC tested and certified

F
F

T
C

Dimensions table
Hole size Fixings Weight

Pmin

300

210

490

195

245

230

30

26

7035

M30

131

400

280

670

260

320

300

30

30

8241

M36

223

500

350

840

325

395

380

30

33

9447

M42

335

600

420

1010

390

470

450

30

36

10050

M48

492

800

560

1340

520

600

560

30

48

13668

M64

890

1000

700

1680

650

750

700

30

60

13668

M64

1420

L = 1000 (n = 4)
K
M

L = 1500 (n = 6)
K
M

L = 2000 (n = 8)
K
M

L = 2500 (n = 8) L = 3000 (n = 10) L = 3500 (n = 12)


K
M
K
M
K
M

300

870

1150

685

1650

625

2150

790

2650

715

3150

674

3650

400

900

1200

700

1700

635

2200

800

2700

725

3200

680

3700

500

930

1250

715

1750

645

2250

810

2750

730

3250

686

3750

600

960

1300

730

1800

655

2300

820

2800

740

3300

692

3800

800

1040

1400

770

1900

680

2400

845

2900

775

3500

1000

1100

1500

800

2000

700

2500

865

3000

n = number of anchors per fender.

Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QPA Arch Fenders.

*Dimension F is indicative.

Refer to
QuayQuip
[Units: mm, kg/m]

For standard 1m length with tapered ends, excluding UHMW-PE pads.

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300

[Units: kJ, kN]

400

500
600
800
1000

A0

A1

A2

B0

B1

B2

C0

C1

C2

D0

D1

18.2
143
32.2
193
50.4
241
72.8
288
130
385
202
482

20.8
163
36.8
220
57.6
275
83.2
330
148
440
230
550

23.4
184
41.4
248
64.8
310
93.6
371
167
495
259
620

26.0
204
46.0
275
72.0
344
104
412
185
550
288
688

27.7
219
49.7
293
77.3
367
111
440
198
587
309
734

29.3
233
53.3
312
82.7
391
119
468
210
624
331
782

31.0
248
57.0
330
88.0
414
126
496
223
661
352
828

34.3
273
62.7
363
96.7
455
139
545
245
728
387
910

37.7
297
68.3
397
105
497
151
595
268
795
420
994

41.0
322
74.0
430
114
538
164
644
290
862
456
1076

45.1
354
81.4
473
125
592
180
708
319
948
500
1184

Performances are per metre length.


Softer, harder and intermediate compounds are available on request.

130

Foam Range

Performance
curve

Fixed Range

TYPE APPROVED
by Burea Veritas
to PIANC 2002 and
ASTM F2192-05
protocols. See p42.

E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R
E
R

Engineered

Performance
table

120
110
100

Reaction

90

130

60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20

Intermediate
factors

D (%)
R (%)
E (%)
Angle
R-factor
E-factor

0
0
0

10

5
23
1
0
1.00
1.00

15

10
50
6
3
1.00
0.97

20

15
74
14
5
1.00
0.95

25
30
Deflection (% )

35

40

40
83
73

20
91
25

25
99
37

30
99
50

35
92
62

8
1.00
0.91

10
1.00
0.88

15
1.00
0.80

20
1.00
0.73

45

45
78
84

50

50
87
94

55

52.5
100
100

55
120
107

For Speed & Temperature


Factors refer to p43.

10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD).

Plastics Range

Angular
factors

Utility Range

70

Energy (%)

80

Air Range

Reaction (%)

Energy

Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QPA Arch Fenders.

Accessories
Materials/Testing

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Flosys technology
Flosys is the most advanced
adva ced tec
technology
ology for
o manufacturing
a u actu g
foam fenders, donuts,
uts, barriers and buoys. It combines the
best of existing production
oduction methods with latest computer
controlled manufacturing
acturing for better made, more
consistent and longer
ger lasting products.
Five foam grades in standard US
and metric sizes givee a huge
choice from ultra low
w hull
pressure to super high
gh
performance.

Flosys fender showing central


tube, filament angles and core layers

4-axis
filament
winding

Foam core
wrapping

Central
members
In-house
testing

Every foam product relies on a filament reinforced skin for


strength and durability. The 4-axis process developed for Flosys
products uses advanced three dimensional CNC technology
originally developed for making rocket fuel tanks to control the
tension, quantity, position and angle of every individual filament.
The finished quality and consistency is impossible to match with
traditional manual and semi-automated winding methods.
Dynamic tension adjustment linked to a computer controlled
feed keeps foam layers exact and uniform. The thermolamination
process uses radiant heating elements (not naked flames) to create
a strong inter-layer bond. The absence of gaps and voids stops
internal movements and foam wear in service so performance is
better for longer.
The central steel tube on Flosys products resists mooring loads
and provides a stable, non-abrasive core for the foam body. An
engineered component, the central tube is a precise length, fully
sealed and can include integral swivels or other terminations.
In-house test facilities are
used to routinely verify
performance, recovery after
prolonged compressions, and
durability under cyclic fatigue
loads.

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Flosys products
Engineered

Flosys technology is used for a range of fendering, mooring and safety


products. Each shares the same high quality, consistent performance and
rugged construction.
Standard sizes and custom designs are available
Five different foam grades
End fittings and fixtures to suit each application
Puncture resistant and unsinkable designs
Full colour range
Comprehensive range of accessories

Security
Barriers

Fixed Range

Foam Range

Donut fenders

Flosys manufacturing

QuayFloat buoys

Air Range

QuayGuard fenders

Utility Range
Plastics Range
Accessories
Materials/Testing

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QGF QuayGuard Fenders


QuayGuard foam fenders are the most consistent
performing, highest quality available today.
Five foam grades in standard US and metric sizes give a
huge choice from ultra-low hull pressure to super-high
performance.
Flosys 4-axis filament winding ensures extra strong
reinforcement and an even finish. The PU elastomer skin
includes an extra wear layer and can be made in almost any
colour (black, grey and orange are standard).

High energy absorption


Low hull pressure
Non-marking (all colours)
Reinforced PU skin
Closed cell PE foam body
Good angular performance
Standard and custom sizes

Hull
Pressures

Performance
curve

LR
STD
HC
EHC
SHC

Low Reaction
Standard
High Capacity
Extra High Capacity
Super High Capacity

103kPa
172kPa
224kPa
327kPa
447kPa

11t/m
18t/m
23t/m
33t/m
46t/m

2.2ksf
3.6ksf
4.7ksf
6.8ksf
9.4ksf

120
110
100
90

Reaction
Energy

70
60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20

10

15

20

25

30
35
Deflection (% )

40

45

50

55

60

65

Energy (%)

Reaction (%)

80

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Dimensions and Performance

19
31
45
57
34
54
69
98
125
153
182
61
88
106
118
157
207
258
358
458
198
239
317
397
475
552
629
529
641
752
865
976
590
702
811
858
1011
1163
1316
1468
936
1091
1292
1493
1693
1895
1041
1560
1372
1569
1820
2072
2323
1905
2217
2406
2530
2842
3099
1947
3147
2613
2903
3366
3673

116
191
271
347
173
262
276
391
507
623
738
225
330
325
364
480
641
787
1094
1401
543
578
774
965
1157
1348
1539
1076
1303
1535
1766
1988
1099
1307
1509
1499
1766
2028
2295
2562
1423
1664
1971
2277
2584
2891
1556
2324
1859
2126
2469
2811
3154
2326
2705
2984
3087
3470
3781
2197
3550
2896
3314
3737
4075

28
46
65
83
49
80
100
142
183
224
266
89
129
155
173
229
304
376
523
670
289
348
464
580
693
807
919
773
938
1100
1265
1428
863
1026
1186
1254
1479
1700
1924
2146
1367
1594
1889
2182
2476
2770
1522
2280
2007
2293
2659
3028
3395
2785
3240
3517
3697
4153
4530
2846
4600
3818
4370
4920
5368

169
280
396
507
253
383
405
574
743
912
1081
329
483
472
532
703
939
1148
1597
2046
794
845
1134
1410
1690
1971
2246
1570
1904
2242
2580
2909
1606
1910
2206
2189
2580
2967
3354
3745
2082
2433
2882
3332
3777
4226
2274
3397
2718
3109
3608
4106
4608
3398
3954
4361
4515
5071
5534
3211
5189
4235
4849
5458
5952

39
64
88
113
68
110
137
194
251
306
363
122
177
212
237
313
416
515
716
917
395
476
635
793
948
1104
1258
1058
1283
1505
1731
1952
1180
1404
1622
1716
2023
2327
2633
2937
1870
2182
2584
2986
3388
3790
2083
3120
2746
3137
3638
4142
4646
3811
4435
4813
5059
5682
6199
3895
6295
5224
5979
6733
7346

231
383
543
694
348
520
556
787
1019
1250
1481
450
660
649
728
961
1286
1575
2184
2798
1087
1157
1548
1931
2313
2696
3078
2153
2602
3065
3527
3977
2197
2613
3019
2994
3527
4061
4591
5124
2856
3332
3946
4555
5169
5783
3112
4649
3723
4257
4938
5623
6303
4648
5413
5967
6174
6939
7571
4394
7101
5796
6632
7473
8149

72
105
138
171
104
136
173
214
268
336
390
154
208
308
336
399
497
614
803
1000
475
507
638
790
920
1051
1182
1103
1277
1451
1634
1808
1240
1413
1595
1615
1849
2074
2307
2532
1859
2161
2462
2764
3066
3368
2107
2902
2687
2999
3311
3683
4054
3331
3768
4206
4130
4636
5073
3416
5090
4420
4949
5470
6468

14
14
14
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
38
38
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
51
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64
64

[Units: kN, kJ, kg, mm]

Materials/Testing

89
147
209
267
133
200
214
302
391
480
569
173
254
249
280
369
494
605
841
1076
418
445
596
743
890
1036
1183
827
1001
1179
1357
1530
845
1005
1161
1152
1357
1561
1766
1971
1094
1281
1517
1753
1988
2224
1197
1788
1432
1637
1899
2162
2424
1788
2082
2295
2375
2669
2998
1690
2731
2229
2549
2874
3132

Accessories

15
24
34
43
26
42
53
75
96
118
140
47
68
81
91
121
160
198
275
353
152
183
244
305
365
424
484
407
494
579
666
751
454
540
624
660
778
895
1013
1129
720
839
994
1148
1303
1458
801
1200
1056
1207
1399
1593
1787
1466
1706
1851
1946
2186
2455
1498
2421
2009
2299
2590
2824

Plastics Range

Custom sizes available on request.

53
88
125
160
80
120
128
182
235
288
342
104
152
150
168
222
297
363
504
646
251
267
357
446
534
622
710
497
600
707
814
918
507
603
697
691
814
937
1059
1182
659
769
911
1051
1193
1335
718
1073
859
982
1140
1298
1455
1073
1249
1377
1425
1601
1747
1014
1639
1338
1530
1725
1881

Utility Range

9
15
20
26
16
25
32
45
58
71
84
28
41
49
55
72
96
119
165
212
91
110
147
183
219
255
290
244
296
347
399
450
272
324
374
396
467
537
608
678
432
504
596
689
782
875
481
720
634
724
840
956
1072
879
1023
1111
1167
1311
1431
899
1453
1206
1380
1554
1695

Chain
Size

Air Range

24
26
28
2 10
N/A
35
36
38
3 10
3 12
3 14
N/A
N/A
46
N/A
48
4 10
4 12
4 16
4 20
N/A
58
5 10
5 12
5 14
5 16
5 18
6 12
6 14
6 16
6 18
6 20
N/A
N/A
N/A
7 14
7 16
7 18
7 20
7 22
8 12
8 14
8 16
8 18
8 20
8 22
N/A
N/A
9 14
9 16
9 18
9 20
9 22
10 16
10 18
N/A
10 20
10 22
10 24
N/A
N/A
11 18
11 20
11 22
11 24

High Capacity Extra High Capacity

Foam Range

US (ft)

600 1200
600 1800
600 2400
600 3000
700 1500
900 1500
900 1800
900 2400
900 3000
900 3700
900 4300
1000 1500
1000 2000
1200 1800
1200 2000
1200 2400
1200 3000
1200 3700
1200 4900
1200 6100
1350 2500
1500 2400
1500 3000
1500 3700
1500 4300
1500 4900
1500 5500
1800 3700
1800 4300
1800 4900
1800 5500
1800 6100
2000 3500
2000 4000
2000 4500
2100 4300
2100 4900
2100 5500
2100 6100
2100 6700
2400 3700
2400 4300
2400 4900
2400 5500
2400 6100
2400 6700
2500 4000
2500 5500
2700 4300
2700 4900
2700 5500
2700 6100
2700 6700
3000 4900
3000 5500
3000 6000
3000 6100
3000 6700
3000 7300
3300 4500
3300 6500
3400 5500
3400 6100
3400 6700
3400 7300

Standard

Fixed Range

Metric (mm)

Super High
Weight
Capacity
Energy Reaction Energy Reaction Energy Reaction Energy Reaction Energy Reaction STD
Low Reaction

Engineered

Diameter Length

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Donut Fenders

Pile

QuayQuip Donut fenders are a simple


and versatile solution for berth corners,
locks and similar applications.

Outer wear surface


of UV resistant
polyurethane skin
Laminated
elastomer
foam core

Donut fenders float and rotate around a


steel monopile. Their foam body provides
buoyancy and energy absorption. The
steel core has low friction UHMW-PE
stave bearings so it moves freely with the
rise and fall of the tide.
Low rolling resistance means QuayQuip
Donut fenders are ideal for berth corners,
lock entrances, guiding structures and
anywhere that ships warp along the berth.
Submersible systems are also available for
submarine docking operations.

High energy closed-cell foam body


Heavy duty inner steel core
Reinforced polyurethane skin
Rises and falls with water level
Low rolling resistance
Long life UHMW-PE bearings
Simple and fast installation
Custom colours and designs available
Minimal maintenance

Performance
curve

Continuous filament
reinforcement in
polyurethane skin

Low friction
stave bearings

Steel
core

120
110
100

Reaction

90

Energy

70
60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

20

40

10

20

10

15

20

25

30
35
Deflection (% )

40

45

50

55

60

65

Energy (%)

Reaction (%)

80

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OD

OD

Engineered

P
f = 60%

Fixed Range

Foam Range

Draft
Tidal
Range

Air Range
Utility Range

Sea bed

High Capacity
Energy
Reaction
11.5
189
15.6
221
20.4
252
25.8
284
31.9
315
38.5
347
45.9
378
53.9
410
62.4
441
71.6
473
86.7
520
103
567
121
614

Extra High Capacity


Energy
Reaction
17.4
288
23.7
336
31.0
383
39.2
431
48.3
479
58.5
526
69.6
574
81.7
622
94.7
670
109
717
132
789
157
861
184
932

Super High Capacity


Energy
Reaction
26.1
430
35.5
502
46.3
573
58.6
645
72.3
716
87.5
788
104
859
122
931
142
1002
163
1073
197
1181
234
1288
275
1395

Donuts are available in many other diameters and heights, different fender/pile ratios and to suit other pile diameters. Please ask for details.
Standard tolerance 15%. Table performance values are per 1000mm flat height. Performance is proportional to flat height.
Performances are at deflections of 60% of Donut wall thickness.

[Units: mm, kN/m, kJ/m]

Materials/Testing

Standard
Energy
Reaction
7.0
116
9.6
136
12.5
155
15.8
174
19.5
193
23.6
213
28.1
232
33.0
251
38.2
270
43.9
290
53.1
319
63.2
348
74.1
376

Accessories

Donut Foam Grades


Donut OD Pile
Height
1200
610 6002400
1400
762 6002400
1600
813 6002400
1800
914 6002400
2000
1016 9002400
2200
1118 9002400
2400
1219 9002400
2600
1372 9002400
2800
1422 9002400
3000
1524 9002400
3300
1676 9002400
3600
1829 9002400
3900
1981 9002400

Plastics Range

Dimensions and Performance

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QPF Pneumatics
QuayQuip QPF pneumatic fenders are the
strongest, best built and most reliable units
in their class.
A versatile and well proven design, QPF
pneumatic fenders are available as sling type
or with chain & tyre nets to suit a variety of
inshore and offshore applications.

ISO 17357 certified


Guaranteed energy absorption
Low hull pressures
Chain tyre net and Sling type
Thick skin construction
Good angular performance

Installation dimensions
Size

1000 1500L

975

950

1350

200

375

2000

1200 2000L 1200

1140

1620

220

430

2600

1500 2500L 1525

1420

2050

250

525

3250

2000 3500L 2050

1900

2700

300

650

4500

2500 4000L 2490

2380

3380

450

890

5200

3300 6500L 3380

3140

4460

500

1080

8500

Deflection = 60%

Quay

Quay

4500 9000L 4710

4270

6180

800

C B
HWL
D

LWL
E

1470 12000
[Units: mm]

130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

Reaction
Energy

10

20

30
40
Deflection (% )

50

60

120
100
80
60
40
20
0

Energy (%)

Sling type

Performance curve

Reaction (%)

Chain and tyres

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Performance tables

Performance
Reaction Pressure
(at GEA) (at GEA)
kN
kPa
31
173
85
174
98
166
180
177
204
180
239
160
338
174
390
166
623
185
561
170
610
166
761
174
1053
176
840
168
2096
170
955
160
1150
168
1380
173
2109
170
1815
180
2653
195
4505
199
2608
185
2476
171
3961
191
6907
208
4988
174
7551
192
14490
202

Body
Only
kg
17
26
30
52
71
84
101
149
275
226
268
339
363
348
795
413
454
505
724
1111
1353
2360
1670
1892
2420
3333
4136
4818
5863

Fender Weight
Chain Net
(excl body)
kg

121
132
165
280
220
242
352
435
385
484
583
690
638
N/A
990
1056
1150
1650
1364
2035
3467
1800
1881
2827
5126
4301
5929
7689

Sling
Type
kg
20
37
42
63
83
111
129
176
310
270
312
355
378
392
845
479
520
535
810
1309
1606
2450
1850
2299
2827
3872
4350

Pressures
Relief
Proof
Valve
Test
kPa
kPa

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300
230
300

Guaranteed Energy Absorption (GEA) is at nominal deflection of 60%. Reaction tolerance is 10%.
Ask QuayQuip for details of custom sizes and other properties of QPF Pneumatic Fenders.

Mooring
Chain
Diameter

mm
12
12
12
13
14
14
14
14
14
15
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
16
16
18
18
18
19
20
20
22
24
24
24

mm
13
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
19
19
19
19
22
22
22
22
26
26
32
32
32
36
38
48
48
50
58

Mooring
Body
Chain
Thickness Diameter
mm
13
13
13
14
15
15
15
15
16
17
17
17
17
17
18
19
19
19
18
20
20
20
21
22
22
23
26
26
26

mm
13
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
19
20
20
20
22
22
24
24
28
30
36
38
34
34
42
54
54
58
58

Materials/Testing

Energy
(GEA)
kJ
0.6
8
11
24
31
45
64
89
140
144
174
218
296
272
668
363
438
520
791
944
1343
2293
1593
1673
2583
4366
4608
6766
9218

Body
Thickness

Accessories

Pressures
Relief
Proof
Valve
Test
kPa
kPa

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

200
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
250
175
205

Plastics Range

Sling
Type
kg
20
35
39
60
72
107
124
171
280
264
287
319
380
363
810
469
502
540
720
1188
1452
2230
1640
2024
2475
3366
3880

Utility Range

Fender Weight
Chain Net
(excl body)
kg

121
132
165
280
220
242
352
435
385
484
583
690
638
N/A
990
1056
1150
1650
1364
2035
3467
1800
1881
2827
5126
4290
5929
7689

Air Range

Dia. Length (mm)


300 600L
500 1000L
600 1000L
700 1500L
800 1500L
1000 1500L
1000 2000L
1200 2000L
1200 3000L
1350 2500L
1500 2500L
1500 3000L
1500 4000L
1700 3000L
1700 7200L
2000 3000L
2000 3500L
2000 4000L
2000 6000L
2500 4000L
2500 5500L
2500 9100L
3000 5000L
3300 4500L
3300 6500L
3300 10600L
4500 7000L
4500 9000L
4500 12000L

Body
Only
kg
15
24
28
50
64
80
97
144
250
220
243
275
330
319
760
403
445
490
658
992
1199
2150
1520
1606
2057
2816
3740
4334
5269

Foam Range

IP80

Performance
Reaction Pressure
(at GEA) (at GEA)
kN
kPa
24
134
64
132
74
126
137
135
158
132
182
122
257
132
297
126
482
134
427
130
464
126
579
132
815
130
639
128
1621
133
727
122
875
128
1020
125
1631
136
1381
137
2019
148
3482
140
2021
154
1884
130
3015
146
5257
158
3796
133
5747
146
7984
154

Fixed Range

Dia. Length (mm)


300 600L
500 1000L
600 1000L
700 1500L
800 1500L
1000 1500L
1000 2000L
1200 2000L
1200 3000L
1350 2500L
1500 2500L
1500 3000L
1500 4000L
1700 3000L
1700 7200L
2000 3000L
2000 3500L
2000 4000L
2000 6000L
2500 4000L
2500 5500L
2500 9100L
3000 5000L
3300 4500L
3300 6500L
3300 10600L
4500 7000L
4500 9000L
4500 12000L

Energy
(GEA)
kJ
0.5
6
8
17
24
33
46
64
109
104
125
156
230
195
516
260
314
361
611
676
962
1631
1136
1198
1850
3128
3302
4847
6602

Engineered

IP50

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QSR Pneumatics
Also available are the new QSR type pneumatic fenders.
With their heavily ribbed shell they are as durable as a
chain net but weigh little more than a sling type.
QSR Size

300 600
500 1000
1000 2000
2000 3500
2500 4000
2500 5500

IP50

IP80

Energy Reaction Weight

Energy Reaction Weight

0.5
6
46
260
676
962

24
64
257
727
1381
2019

22
42
150
615
1430
1750

0.6
8
64
438
994
1343

31
85
338
1150
1815
2653

23
67
160
652
1545
1885

Guaranteed Energy Absorption (GEA) is at nominal deflection of 60%.


Reaction tolerance is 10%.
Standard colours: orange, grey and black.

[Units: mm, kJ, kN]

HydroPneumatic Fenders
Submarines and other vessels that make contact
below the waterline need a special fendering solution.
HydroPneumatic fenders are lled with air and water,
then tted with a counterweight to stand vertically and
protect submerged hulls.
QuayQuip can also provide the special calculations for
polytropic conditions (saturated air), other air:water
ratios, hull curvatures and other variables to predict exact
performance of HydroPneumatic fenders.
Deflection

Performance table
IP50

Water

Water:Air

1700 7200

65:35

592

1813

2000 6000

65:35

647

1766

2500 5500

65:35

928

2037

3300 6500

55:45

1913

3169

3300 10600

65:35

3120

5170

4500 9100

Pier

Sea level
Fender
length

Please ask QuayQuip

Performances vary with initial pressure, water:air ratio, hull


curvature and for other pressurising gasses
(ie Nitrogen). QuayQuip can guide on all special and non-

Depth
of sea
Outside
diameter of
submarine
b
i

standard design cases. Please ask for details.


[Units: mm, kJ, kN]

Submarine

Counterweight

Fender

Spacer

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Engineered

Wheel Fenders &


Roller Fenders
QuayQuip Wheel and roller fenders protect lock
corners and help guide ships in conned spaces.

Dimensions
B
C

Type

110 45
130 50
175 70
200 75
250 100
290 110

1700
2000
2650
2750
3350
4200

1000 1450 1080


900
1200 1750 1300 1000
1500 2200 1750 1150
1750 2550 1980 1250
2200 3200 2550 1600
2500 3750 2900 1700

460
510
690
760
970
900

Foam Range

Pneumatic
Wheels
& Rollers

Fixed Range

The range uses either pneumatic tyres or Flosys foam


construction (see page 18). Pneumatic wheels offer triple
inflation barriers for low maintenance. Double inflation
points improve ease of access.

[Units: mm]

Performance
D

Energy

110 45
130 50
175 70
200 75
250 100
290 110

33
61
100
220
440
880

Reaction Deflection Pressure

150
220
315
590
920
1300

400
500
600
700
925
1200

5.5
3.5
4.8
5.5
5.5
5.8

[Units: kJ, kN, mm, bar]

Created by QuayQuip for the


worlds busiest shipping canals, the
new QCR Combi Roller protects lock
entrances, berth corners, and the
vessels that pass them.

Materials/Testing

Combi Rollers are available with


traditional or time saving
quick-connect mountings.

Accessories

The Combi Roller brings the advanced


design, low pressure and reaction and
high energy absorption of Parallel
Movement Fenders to narrow channels
and tight corners where, until now, only
traditional wheel fenders would fit.

Plastics Range

Combi
Rollers

Utility Range

F E

Type

Air Range

Deflection

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QCY Cylindrical Fenders


QCY Cylindrical Fenders are high quality, strong and
long lasting units.
Popular for over 50 years, cylindrical fenders are simple
and effective for a range of ships and applications. They are
commonly used in areas with small tides and where low hull
pressures and reaction forces are not significant.

Very simple design


Popular and effective
Easy to install
Wide range of sizes
Two standard compounds
PIANC tested and certified

Standard: D = 2d

Low reaction*: D = 1.7d1.9d

* Reduced reaction for lower hull pressure. For equal reaction please speak to QuayQuip.

Fixing methods

Neckless chain:
<600mm diameter

Bar and chain:


5001600mm diameter

Ladder bracket:
>1200mm diameter

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Dimensions and performance


L max

Weight

150

d
75

10000

17

2.6

R
77

654

200

100

10000

30

4.6

102

649

250

125

10000

47

7.3

128

Chain

150

75

16

652

200

100

18

250

125

20

150

10000

67

10

153

649

200

8000

118

19

204

649

500

250

8000

184

29

255

649

300

150

20

400

200

26

500

250

32

300

3000

265

42

306

649

700

400

3000

360

50

312

497

800

400

3000

469

74

408

649

900

450

3000

594

93

459

649

600

300

32

1000

500

3000

733

116

510

649

700

400

36

1200

600

3000

1055

167

612

649

1400

800

3000

1434

198

625

497

1600

800

3000

1872

296

816

649

1800

900

3000

2370

376

918

649

2000

1000

3000

2925

464

1020

649

[Units: mm]

Fixings (D = 8001600mm)
L

Diameters over 2000mm are also available please speak to QuayQuip.

1000

35

26

Performances are given at rated deflection of 100% of inside diameter (d)


and per 1000mm length.

1500

45

28

800

55

32

2500

65

34

Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions and performance properties


[Units: mm, kg/m, kN/m, kJ/m, kPa]
of QCY Cylindrical Fenders

3000

70

38

1000

40

26

Performance curve

450

50

28

60

32

2500

70

34

80

38

120

Reaction

3000

110

Energy

1000

45

28

1500

55

32

2000

65

38

100
1000

500

For PIANC
Factors
see p43.

70
60

120

50

100

40

80

30

60

1200

600

Energy (%)

80

2500

75

40

3000

85

44

1000

50

28

1500

65

34

2000

75

40

2500

85

44

3000

100

50

65

32

70

38

20

40

1000

10

20

1500

10

20

30

40 50 60 70
Deflection (%)

80

90 100 110

1400

800

Intermediate factors
1600

800

80

44

2500

90

48

3000

100

52

1000

75

36

1500

80

40

2000

90

44

2500

110

48

3000

120

54

10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD).

All fixing dimensions are for preliminary designs and should be

Please refer to Quayquip for other properties of QCY Cylinder Fenders.

checked and verified with QuayQuip for each application.


[Units: mm]

Materials/Testing

D (%) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 105 110


R (%) 0 11 18 24 29 34 41 51 64 80 100 111 124
E (%) 0 1 5 11 17 25 34 46 60 78 100 113 128

2000

Accessories

Plastics Range

Reaction (%)

90

Utility Range

130

1500
2000

Air Range

2000

Performance tolerance is 10%. Many other sizes are available.

900

400

Chain

Foam Range

600

Fixed Range

300
400

Engineered

Fixings (D = 150700mm)

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QEX Extruded Profiles


QEX extruded proles are used for general purpose
and light/medium duty applications for small vessels.
Available in a range of square and D-sections, extruded
profiles can be used for many applications in harbours, or
on tugs and workboats.
W

W/2

W/2

DD

DC

SD

SC

H H/2

100
150
200
250
300
350
375
400
500

100
150
200
250
300
350
375
400
500

90130
110150
130180
140200
140200
140200
140200
140200
140200

200300
250350
300400
350450
350450
350450
350450
350450
350450

Weight
DD
SD

Flat Bar Bolt

8.0
18.1
32.1
50.2
72.3
98.4
113
129
201

40 5
60 8
80 10
90 12
110 12
130 15
140 15
150 15
180 20

9.3
21.0
37.3
58.3
83.9
114
131
149
233

DD

M12
M16
M20
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M36

[Units: mm, kg/m]

W/2

W/2

SD

1.4
3.2
5.7
9.0
12.9
17.6
20.2
23.0
35.9

77
115
153
192
230
268
287
306
383

2.8
6.4
11.3
17.7
25.5
34.6
39.8
45.2
70.7

147
221
294
368
442
515
552
589
736

Performance per metre.

[Units: kN, kJ]

H
D

100
150
200
250
300
350
375
400
500

100
150
200
250
300
350
375
400
500

90130 200300
110150 250350
130180 300400
140200 350450
140200 350450
140200 350450
140200 350450
140200 350450
140200 350450

Weight
Flat Bar Bolt
DC SC

10
12
15
20
25
25
30
30
40

25
30
45
50
60
70
80
80
90

8.4
18.8
33.4
52.2
75.2
102
118
134
209

9.6
21.7
38.6
60.3
86.8
118
136
154
241

40 5
60 8
80 10
90 12
110 12
130 15
140 15
150 15
180 20

M12
M16
M20
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M36

[Units: mm, kg/m]

DC

SC

1.8
4.1
7.4
11.5
16.6
22.5
25.9
29.4
46.0

157
236
314
393
471
550
589
628
785

2.8
6.3
11.3
17.6
25.4
34.5
39.7
45.1
70.5

173
259
345
431
518
604
647
690
863

Performance per metre.

[Units: kN, kJ]

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Engineered

QBB Bumper Bars


Bumper bars are moulded sections with low profile fixings to survive heavy knocks.
W

L
A

Fixed Range

H
T

150
150
200
200
200

150
200
200
250
300

250
250
250
250
250

500
500
500
500
500

20
20
20
20
20

Weight
L = 1000 L = 1500
38
43
65
77
88

56
65
98
116
132

Bolt

Performance
E
R

M24
M24
M30
M30
M30

17
17
27
27
27
Per metre.

[Units: mm, kg]

638
441
824
657
530
[Units: kN, kJ]

Air Range

Foam Range

PFS & PFP Profiles


W

PFS

PFP

0.75W

Utility Range

With their vulcanised low-friction UHMW-PE facing (black as standard, colours optional), PFS and PFP profiles
absorb energy and reduce shear forces.

Plastics Range

0.5H
D
0.5H
B

PFS
PFS
PFS
PFS
PFS
PFP
PFP
PFP
PFP

100
150
200
250
300
80
100
120
150

100
150
200
250
300
80
100
120
150

30
65
75
100
125
40
45
60
70

20
20
25
30
30
10
10
12
15

25
30
45
50
60
25
25
27
30

10
12
15
20
25
10
10
10
12

Weight
Max
Hollow Solid Length
10.3
21.5
40.2
60.2
92.1
5.4
8.4
12.2
19.7

11.1
27.0
48.0
75.0
108
7.0
11.0
15.8
24.8

3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
2000
2000
2000
2000

Flat
Bar

Bolt

Performance
E
R

40 5
60 8
80 10
90 12
110 12
40 5
40 5
50 6
60 8

M12
M16
M20
M24
M24
M12
M12
M16
M16

4.0
10.5
11.5
24.3
42.0
1.6
2.2
3.0
6.0

[Units: mm, kg]

Per metre.

222
312
334
565
624
76
154
188
377
[kN, kJ]

Materials/Testing

Accessories

Type

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QuayPile & QuayTimber


QuayPile and QuayTimber have the structural strength of tropical
hardwoods without the environmental impact.
Coextruded from polyethylene, the material does not crack or split, rot
or decay. It is impervious to marine borers and will never corrode.
In fact all QuayPile and QuayTimber do is the job they were designed for
creating attractive, strong and long lasting structures.
When the rest of the structure reaches the end of its useful life,
QuayPile and QuayTimber can be reused or recycled into new products.
The ultimate in environmentally friendly materials saves money and
endangered habitats.

The manufacturing process


Inner core

Carrier
matrix

Outer skin

Reinforcement
bars

A continuous, coaxial extrusion process starts


with the inner core. Rebars are fed into the
outer matrix while it is extruded around the
core. The outer skin is coextruded last to
provide a smooth, hard-wearing finish.

Marine borers cause huge damage in


todays cleaner harbours. Without
toxic chemical treatments or expensive
retrofit jackets, a typical timber pile
can be eaten away in just a few years.
QuayPile and QuayTimber make this type
of maintenance a thing of the past.

QuayPile and QuayTimber are made in a state of the art,


purpose built production unit using the latest equipment
to consistently produce the highest quality materials.

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QuayPile Properties
N of
Rebars

mm

330

12

400

400

12

400

16

Weight

Stress at
1% Strain

Compressive
Modulus

mm

mm

kNm

MPa

kg/m

MPa

MPa

4344
3933
3546
3181
2840
2520
5336
4823
4339
3883
3455
3056
6328
5712
5131
4584
4071
3592
7129
6478
5863
5283
4740
4232
10287
9311
8388
7519
6704
5942
13445
12143
10913
9754
8667
7651

7462
6757
6091
5465
4878
4330
9166
8285
7453
6670
5936
5250
10870
9812
8814
7875
6994
6171
5673
5155
4665
4204
3772
3368
8186
7409
6675
5983
5335
4728
10699
9663
8684
7762
6897
6089

717
707
697
687
677
667
748
727
717
707
697
687
778
758
737
728
707
697
9910
9810
9710
9610
9510
9410
10511
10311
10110
10010
9810
9710
11011
10811
10611
10411
10211
10010

93
84
76
68
61
54
114
103
93
83
74
65
135
122
110
98
87
77
68
62
56
50
45
40
98
88
80
71
64
56
128
115
104
93
82
73

2923
2655
2402
2163
1938
1728
3577
3242
2925
2626
2346
2083
4231
3829
3449
3090
2753
2438
2087
1904
1732
1569
1416
1273
2977
2703
2444
2200
1971
1757
3867
3502
3157
2832
2526
2240

42
40
38
36
34
32
42
40
38
36
34
32
42
40
38
36
34
32
42
40
38
36
34
32
42
40
38
36
34
32
42
40
38
36
34
32

582 10

582 10

582 10

1257 10

1257 10

1257 10

Height

Width

N of
Rebar

Rebar
Diameter

mm

mm

No
0

250

300

Youngs
Modulus

Weight

Y
(Bending)

Compressive
Modulus

mm

mm

kNm

MPa

kg/m

MPa

MPa

25
32
35
38
41

323 10
323 10
323 10
323 10
323 10
323 10

211
684
897
1025
1161
1305

652
2117
2776
3174
3595
4039

45 5
47 5
48 5
49 5
50 5
51 5

5.9
23.7
31.1
35.6
40.3
45.3

314
992
1294
1475
1665
1865

25
32
35
38
41

675 10
675 10
675 10
675 10
675 10
675 10

434
1160
1485
1681
1888
2106

643
1718
2200
2490
2797
3120

64 7
67 7
68 7
69 7
69 7
70 7

5.9
18.7
23.9
27.0
30.4
33.9

305
775
984
1109
1241
1379

Black skin is standard. Other colours on request.


Maximum length 24m (subject to shipping restrictions)

Materials/Testing

300

Stiffness

Accessories

250

Moment of
Inertia

Plastics Range

QuayTimber Properties

Utility Range

10

Youngs
Modulus

Air Range

330

Stiffness

Foam Range

Moment of
Inertia

Fixed Range

330

Rebar
Diameter

Engineered

Pile
Diameter

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UHMW-PE facings
QuayQuip recommend Virgin grade UHMW-PE as the
best material for consistent low-friction, hard wearing
facings on high performance fenders, available as either
Virgin 1st (premium) or Virgin FQ (fender quality).
The high quality of QuayQuips Virgin UHMW-PE low
friction facings means they last longer and reduce shear
forces more than any alternative material (including double
sintered, regenerated and blended grades).

Black is available for all grades. Yellow and blue


are popular Virgin 1st colours others include
green, white, orange, grey and red.

Fixing types
Panel protection moves to another level with new,
low profile fixings. The broader fixing creates much
larger compressive, tensile and bearing areas and has
a smooth upper surface to protect vessels and panels.
The central socket makes installation fast and simple.

QuayQuips pioneering sealed, watertight boss fixing


method secures facings to the underlying structure
more reliably than troublesome, old-fashioned stud
fixings. Boss fixings greatly increase wear allowance,
prolonging the service life of UHMW-PE facings.

Legacy stud fixing


Thickness
Wear allowance
Compression shadow*
Strength ratio

30mm
3mm

40mm
10mm
0.85
0.25

50mm
15mm

QuayQuip boss
30mm
4mm

40mm
12mm
1.0
1.0

50mm
17mm

QuayQuip low profile


30mm
12mm

40mm
20mm
1.3
2.0

50mm
25mm

Values are indicative and are relative except for wear allowance. Please ask about other, less common thickness values.
QuayQuip PE fixings are available in galvanised or stainless 316 finishes.
* Compression shadows are illustrated in orange under the fixing washers.

Curved Facings
QuayQuips curved UHMW-PE facings are the
first of their kind. The unique profile smooths
vessel transitions across the face of the panel
and around corners, and offers greater side
impact protection than traditional sharp
corners.
A 300mm outside radius is standard, but
curved facings can be designed to match any
project specification, and made in any of our
regular colours. Learn more by contacting your
local QuayQuip office.

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Typical Value
Unit

Method
Virgin 1st Virgin FQ

Physical
properties

Regen

ASTM D6474
(no equiv. ISO)

>4 10

>4 10

n/a

Specific gravity ()

g/cm

ISO 1183
ASTM D 792

0.930.95

0.940.96

~0.94

Service temperature range

N/A

+80 / 80

+80 / 80

+80 / 40

Crystalline melting point

ISO 3146
ASTM D 3417

130140

130140

130140

Thermal expansion

k

ISO 113592
ASTM D 696

2 10

2 10

2 10

MPa

ISO 527
ASTM D 638

17

17

n/a

ISO 527
ASTM D 638

n/a

MPa

ISO 527
ASTM D 638

40

33

35

ISO 527
ASTM D 638

50
(350)

50
(300)

45
(250)

Notch impact strength

kJ/m

ISO 179
ASTM D 256

130
(no break)

130
(no break)

n/a
(no break)

Ball hardness (30s)

MPa

ISO 20391
ASTM D 785

35

35

n/a

Shore D

ISO 868
ASTM D 785

60

60

60

Flexural strength

MPa

ISO 178
ASTM D 790

27

27

24

Elastic modulus

MPa

ISO 527
ASTM D 638

650

650

650

<0.10

<0.15

<0.25

0.100.15

0.150.20

0.220.33

Yield strength
Yield elongation
Break strength (at 23C)
Break elongation (at 23C)*

Shore hardness

Wet
Dry
Abrasion resistance

Virgin = 100

Sand slurry
ASTM 965

100

130150

n/a

ISO 812
ASTM D 2137

Pass

Pass

Pass

Low temperature resistance

Test methods in italics are optional on request. Sample dimensions and preparation may differ between methods.

0.35

Friction Coefficients

Design value

Virgin 1st

0.15

Virgin FQ

< 0.20

Regen

0.30

0.25

Accessories

Grade

Friction coefficient

0.30

Friction coefficients vary according to the


material grade and contact pressure.

Plastics Range

* Value to DIN 53455 is 350 but this method is now obsolete. ASTM D 638 is a similar test.

Utility Range

ISO 8295
ASTM D 696

Dynamic friction coefficient

Air Range

g/mol

Foam Range

Molecular weight (Margolies)

Fixed Range

Mechanical
properties

Engineered

Property

0.20
0.15
0.10

0.00
200

Virgin (static)
Virgin (dynamic)
250

300

Virgin FQ (static)
Virgin FQ (dynamic)
350

400

Regen. (static)
Regen. (dynamic)
450

500

Pressure (kPa)

1 Curves are for dry, painted steel. Values increase for bare or rusted steel.
2 Values reduce for wet conditions.

Materials/Testing

0.05

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Chain Systems
Anchor layout is
important for evenly
distributing load forces
into the structure.

Shear chains resist


lateral friction
forces from warping
maneouvres or
longitudinal approaches.

Tensioners help avoid slack


chains and are important
for a well-controlled fender
deflection geometry.

Brackets are selected to suit the


range of load angles, to support
the shackle pin and to distribute
forces into the structure.

Weight chains support


the panel mass and resist
vertical friction, keeping
the panel vertical and at
the correct level.

Tension chains work with


weight chains to prevent droop,
and are essential for low blow
impacts. Lower tension chains
are needed in some cases.

Correctly designed and


detailed chain systems are
essential for proper fender
performance and controlling
deection geometry.

Using chain system tables

Chain systems should be


considered as early as possible
during fender design as their
configuration can determine the
functionality and load paths of
the system as a whole.

Safety Factors
(Normal)

Chains:
Bolts:
Brackets:
Anchors:

Fixing bolts

Each bracket is typically fixed with 4 bolts (or anchors).

Finish

All chain components are hot dip galvanised


(typically 100m) except:
Threaded items spin galvanised
Shackle pins zinc plated

Shackles

Standard shackles are Safety-D Grade S6. Grade T8, bow


shackles and other options are available. All shackles are
fitted with stainless steel split pins.

Load fuses

Chain systems can be designed using a shackle or other


easily replaceable component as a load fuse to protect
anchors and structure (as recommended by PIANC).

QuayQuip chain systems are


matched with compatible
components chain, shackle,
tensioner and bracket. Other
grades and sizes are available to
give designers more flexibility
and choice.

The tables are a preliminary guide and a full check should be done as part
of the detail design process. The chain forces are related to maximum
working load under normal berthing conditions.
3.0
1.5
1.5
1.5

according to PIANC, EAU, etc.

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Chain Systems
P

n = odd for out-of-plane


shackles

DC
w

Chains
n LC

Shackle
LS

Fixed Range

To avoid twists in the chain,


use an odd or even number
of links to match bracket
orientation.

DT
Tensioner
LT x

Shackle
LS

n = even for in-plane


shackles (as diagram)

Engineered

S
B = 1.4 DC

Chains

264
304
362
424
492
566
644
726
814
908
1010
1110
1220
1330
1450
1570
1900
2260

Weight
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.3
1.6
2.0
2.4
2.8
3.4
4.0
4.6
5.4
6.2
7.0
8.0
9.0
12.0
15.6

Lc
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
152
160
168
176
184
192
200
220
240

Weight
0.6
0.8
1.1
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.6
3.1
3.7
4.3
5.0
5.8
6.7
7.6
8.7
9.8
13.1
17.0

Lc
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
230
240
250
275
300

Weight
0.7
1.0
1.3
1.6
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.6
4.2
5.0
5.8
6.7
7.7
8.8
10.1
11.4
15.1
19.6

NBL
330
380
453
530
616
706
804
908
1020
1130
1260
1390
1520
1660
1810
1960
2380
2770

4D
Lc
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
152
160
168
176
184
192
200
220
240

Weight
0.6
0.8
1.1
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.6
3.1
3.7
4.3
5.0
5.8
6.7
7.7
8.7
9.8
13.2
17.0

Preferred chain sizes are highlighted.

D-Shackles
d

W
32.0
36.5
43.0
46.0
51.5
57.0
60.5
73.0
82.5
105

T8
P
22
27
30
33
36
39
42
52
60
72

S
60.5
71.5
81.0
91.0
100
111
122
146
172
203

Weight
1.0
1.6
2.4
3.6
4.7
6.7
8.1
13.2
19.3
37.2

NBL
350
475
625
750
900
1050
1500
2000
2500
4250

Ls
71.5
85.0
96.0
107
118
130
143
172
202
239

W
32.0
36.5
43.0
46.0
51.5
57.0
60.5
73.0
82.5
105

P
22
27
30
33
36
39
42
52
60
72

PIANC suggests that an easily replaceable component should fail first in overloaded chain systems.

S
60.5
71.5
81.0
91.0
100
111
122
146
172
203

Weight
1.0
1.6
2.4
3.6
4.7
6.7
8.1
13.2
19.3
37.2

Split Pin
(SS316)
4 36
4 36
4 45
4 50
4 55
4 55
5 60
6 70
6 75
10 85

[Units: mm, kN, kg]

Shackles are commonly used as a load fuse. Other shackle sizes and grades are available on request.

Tensioners
Chain Dc (U2)

LT x

Weight each

30

2024

16382

6.0

36

2632

179112

9.1

45

3440

204120

21

60

4250

302185

For larger sizes, please refer to QuayQuip.

50

[Units: mm, kg]

Crossover plates
are used for
compact shear
chain arrays. Please
ask QuayQuip for
more details.

Materials/Testing

DT

Crossover Plates

Accessories

Ls
71.5
85.0
96.0
107
118
130
143
172
202
239

Plastics Range

19.0
22.5
25.5
29.0
32.0
35.0
38.0
44.5
51.0
66.5

S6
NBL
235
325
425
475
600
675
850
1250
1750
2750

Utility Range

20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
55
60

Lc
70
77
84
91
98
105
112
119
126
133
140
147
154
161
168
175
193
210

5D

4D

Air Range

NBL

U3

3.5D

Foam Range

U2
Dc

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Chain brackets
Dimensions

Chain angles
M

Type QB1

B A
C
Optimal
at 30
M

Type QB2

=
Optimal
at 90

B A
=

Type QB3

Optimal
at 90

C
B A
C

Optimal
at 30

Applications
Type
Shear

Weight

Tension

QB1
QB2
QB3

Chain size DC

Bolt

20

200

140

30

60

45

4 M20

26

260

170

40

70

60

4 M24

32

320

220

50

90

70

4 M30

38

380

260

60

110

85

4 M36

44

440

300

70

120

105

4 M42

50

500

340

80

140

125

4 M48

60

600

410

95

175

150

4 M56

Example Dc refers to U2 grade chains.

[Units: mm]

Please ask QuayQuip for details of baseplate thicknesses.

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Anchors

t
J

CS-type
cast-in anchors

Bolt

Washer

Varies according to
clamping thickness

tmin
3
4
4
5
7
8
9
10
12

Cast-in Socket
J
40
48
60
72
84
96
112
128
152

K
60
72
90
108
126
144
168
192
228

L
180
220
280
336
396
448
528
600
720

T
10
10
10
12
12
16
16
20
20

P
65
75
100
100
100
100
120
130
150

1. Bolt threads may require undercutting when galvanised bolts and sockets are specified
2. Extra long and non-standard dimensions are available
t

[Units: mm]

Foam Range

Size
M20
M24
M30
M36
M42
M48
M56
M64
M76

Fixed Range

CS-type provide high


holding power for securing
fenders and chain brackets
to new concrete. They have
a female socket (ferrule)
with long tail, easily
customised for special
applications.

Engineered

TT

L
E

Varies according to
clamping thickness

tmin
3
4
4
5
7
8
9
10
12

E
170
210
280
330
420
480
560

H
25
28
35
42
48
54
64

Vol.+10%
Capsules
33
1-E20
38
1-E24
79
1-E30
133
1-E30
196
2-E30
254
2-E30 + 1-E24
464
4-E30
On request

All QuayQuip anchors are


available in galvanised finish
and a range of stainless steel
grades, and are all inspected
and certified to recognised
international standards.
Stainless steel options
include austenitic, duplex
and super-duplex grades
to suit any environment.
Isolating bushes are
available where contact
between dissimilar metals
must be avoided.

Standard Anchor Materials ISO EN


High Tensile
8.8
Stainless Steel (Austenitic)
1.4401
Stainless Steel (Duplex)
1.4462
Stainless Steel (Zeron 100)
1.4501

ASTM
A325/A449
316
S31803

Finish
PREN
Spin Galvanised
N/A
Self Colour
23.128.5
Self Colour
30.838.1
Self Colour
40.044.0

PREN = Pitting Resistance Equivalent Number

Grout Capsule Cure Times

Above water (dry)


Below water (wet)

20C
30 mins
1 hour

Base Material Temperature


1120C
610C
5C
1 hour
3 hours
Please consult
QuayQuip
2 hours
6 hours

Materials/Testing

Anchor Materials

Accessories

Materials

[Units: mm, cm]

Plastics Range

1. Cartridge and capsule grout systems are available


2. All holes must have roughened sides and be free from debris
3. Extra long and non-standard dimensions are available

Cure Times

Utility Range

Size
M20
M24
M30
M36
M42
M48
M56
M64
M76

Air Range

RF-type anchors suit


most retrofit installations.
Standard lengths typically
suit 30N concrete and
better. Longer studs are
used for weaker concrete
and special cases. Glass
capsule and other grouting
systems are available.

RF-type
chemical anchors

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Rubber properties
QuayQuip Rubber compounds are designed for long life
in marine environments. All fenders are made using high
quality natural and/or synthetic rubber compounds,
formulated for high performance and reliability.
Rubber compounds include additives to resist the effects
of ozone and ultra-violet light. The vulcanisation process
(temperature, pressure and time) is strictly controlled to
ensure a homogenous product with excellent physical
properties and rubber to metal bond strengths.

Marine grade compounds


Natural and/or synthetic
Resists ozone and UV
Excellent bond strengths
Fully homogeneous
Fully recyclable

QuayQuip moulded rubber fender compounds also


comply to ASTM D 2000 callouts:
3BA 720 A14 B13 C12 EA14 F17
3BA 620 A14 B13 C12 EA14 F17
Physical properties

Unit

Test method

Value

Test

Tensile strength

MPa

ISO 37, ASTM D 412

16

Yes

ISO 37, ASTM D 412

350

Yes

Tear strength

N/mm

ISO 341 (Graves), ASTM D 624

70

Yes

Hardness

Shore A

ISO 868, ASTM D 2240

78

Yes

Change in Tensile Strength


Aged for 96h at 70C

ISO 188, ASTM D573

20

Yes

Change in Elongation at Break


Aged for 96h at 70C

ISO 188, ASTM D573

20

Yes

Shore A

ISO 868, ASTM D 2240

Yes

Compression Set

ISO 815, ASTM D 395

30

Yes

Volume Change in Oil (ASTM Oil 1)

ISO 1817, ASTM D 471

10

Optional

Volume Change in Seawater


36g NaCl/litre; 28 days, 95C

ISO 1817, ASTM D 471

5 to +10

Optional

Ozone resistance
50pphm at 20% strain, 40C, 100h

ISO 14311, ASTM D 1171

No cracks

Yes

mm

ISO 4649, ASTM D 5963

100

Optional

N/mm

ISO 814, ASTM D 429(B)

Optional

ISO 132, ASTM D 430-95(B)

Grade 01

Optional

ISO 812, ASTM D 2137

Pass

Optional

Elongation at break

Change in Hardness
Aged for 96h at 70C

Abrasion Resistance
Bond Strength
Dynamic Fatigue* (15000 cycles)
Low Temperature Resistance

Tested properties are verified for each batch of parent material and certification to EN 10204 : 3.1 is provided.
* Grade 0: no cracks (pass). Grade 1: 10 pinpricks under 0.5mm long (pass). Grade 2 and above is fail.
Additional properties can be tested and/or third party witnessed on request at extra cost.
Test methods in italics are optional on request. Sample dimensions and preparation may differ between methods.

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Flosys material properties


Engineered

Polyethylene foam core


Standard

Density
Tensile strength
Elongation at break

5870 kg/m
414kPa
140%
<1kg/m of cut
surface

Water absorption

Fixed Range

Property

Filament reinforcement
Standard

Filament size
Tensile strength
Elongation at break
Filament spacing

2520 denier
230N
16%
4mm (typical)

Foam Range

Property

Polyurethane skin
Standard

Hardness
Tensile strength
Elongation at break
Tear strength

7595 Shore A
13.8MPa
350%
32kN/m

Air Range

Property

QuayQuip fenders are manufactured to strict quality standards, inspected and certified to EN 10204 : 3.1. We
can usually accommodate other tolerances and inspection levels on request and prior to order confirmation.

QuayGuard, Donut
Pneumatic
Cylindricals

Drilling
Counterbore depth

Materials/Testing

UHMW-PE Pads

Cross-section
Length
Performance
Length & width
Thickness

Tolerance
3% or 2mm (whichever is larger)
2mm
10%
15%
10% (on reaction at guaranteed energy absorption)
4% or 5mm (whichever is larger)
0/+40mm
4mm (non-cumulative)
10% (wrapped, subject to fixing methods)
20% (extruded, subject to fixing methods)
4% or 5mm (whichever is larger)
0/+40mm
20% (subject to fixing methods)
5mm (cut sheets)
0.3mm (planed, t < 100mm)
0.5mm (planed, t 100mm)
2mm (non-cumulative)
4mm (under head thickness)

Accessories

Extrusions

Property
Dimensions
Hole centres
Performance
Performance
Performance
Diameter (ID & OD)
Length
Drilling
Performance

Plastics Range

Type
Cone, Cell, Element, Arch

Utility Range

Tolerances

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Performance Testing
QuayQuip routinely tests fenders to verify
their consistent performance and quality.
Testing facilities are independently managed
by government approved operators to
guarantee the accuracy and authenticity of
results. Client and third party attendance
during testing is also welcomed.

Test Protocol
QuayQuip adopts the latest verification testing protocols defined by PIANC and ASTM to confirm fenders meet
the published Rated Performance Data (RPD) for QCN cones, QCL cells and QME elements.
Calibration

Test apparatus is calibrated to 1% and independently certified.

Identification

Fenders are identified with a unique serial number and job reference number to allow full
document traceability. RFID tag identification is available on request for some fender types.

Sampling

10% (min) of randomly selected fenders are tested, rounded up to the nearest whole unit. More
frequent testing can be carried out on request.
Sampling of the remaining fenders is increased to 20% if any fender does not meet the required
values and to 100% if further fenders do not meet the required values.

Dimensions

Primary dimensions of the fenders are measured and recorded.

Preparation

Prior to verification tests, fender samples will be preconditioned by compressing three or more
times to rated deflection and allowed to recover for at least one hour. Fenders may then be
normalised (see below) if required.

Test conditions Test speed is steady state 0.31.3mm/s (typically 1mm/s)


Fender temperature is normalised to 23C 5C
Testing is under axial compression (0 angle)
Normalising

If fenders are stored at an ambient temperature of 23C 10C for more than 8 hours, then
fenders shall be normalised in a temperature controlled environment at 23C 5C for a time
not less than t = 20X1.5 (where X = greatest wall thickness of rubber in metres).

Results

Reaction and deflection shall be recorded at maximum intervals of 0.01H0.05H (where


H = nominal fender height). Energy absorption is integrated from the Reaction v deflection curve.

Pass criteria

Fenders pass the verification performance test if low end energy (RPD -10% tolerance) is
achieved without exceeding high end reaction (RPD +10% tolerance) at any point during the
compression cycle.

PIANC also requires that all rubber fender units with RPD 1000kN to be installed on monopiles, pile-supported
jetties or other load sensitive structures shall be given at least one full compression cycle to stress relieve
(condition) them prior to use.
1 PIANC Marcom Report of WG33 Guidelines for the Design of Fender Systems (2002).
2 ASTM F 2192-05 Standard Method for Determining and Reporting the Berthing Energy and Reaction of Marine Fenders.
3 Testing of other fender types (Arch, Cylindrical etc) follows a similar format please ask QuayQuip for details.
4 Increased test frequency is an optional extra cost item.

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PIANC Factors
PIANC 2002 defines the testing
methods for fenders and how
results shall be reported.

Angle
Temperature
Initial Velocity
Tolerance

Additionally, project specifications may require fender tolerances to be


considered. Engineering judgement and a probabilistic design analysis
should be used to assess if it is realistic for multiple worst case events to
arise simultaneously.

0
23C 5C
150mm/s
10%

Fender Type

100
0.97
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
1.00
1.00
0.99
0.99
1.00
1.00

150
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

200
1.03
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.00
1.01
1.01
1.00
1.00

QME Elements*

250
1.06
1.05
1.04
1.04
1.04
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01

300
1.08
1.07
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.05
1.05
1.04
1.04
1.04
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.01
1.02
1.02
1.01
1.01

Velocity Factors
Rubber is viscoelastic so the
faster the impact, the stiffer the
material appears to be.
Factors given are based on a
linear deceleration over the full
fender deflection.
Small fenders at high impact
speeds are more affected than
large fenders at low speeds. In
most common cases, variance
to RPD is minimal and may be
ignored.

Angle Factors
Performance varies according
to the angle of compression.
Standard PIANC angles are given,
other angles may be interpolated.

Temperature Factors
Rubber gets softer at high
temperatures (lower energy)
and stiffer when cooled (higher
reaction), relative to PIANC
datum.

QSA/QPA Arch

Factor

0.91
0.94
0.97
1.00
1.05
1.10
1.15
1.20
1.26

Angle

E-factor

R-factor

E-factor

R-factor

E-factor

R-factor

E-factor

R-factor

+50C

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.01

1.00

0.98

1.00

0.99

1.00

0.97

1.00

1.00

1.00

0.95

1.00

0.99

1.00

0.95

1.00

0.99

1.00

0.91

1.00

0.96

1.00

0.91

1.00

10

0.98

1.00

0.88

1.00

0.93

1.00

0.88

1.00

15

0.93

1.00

0.81

1.00

0.81

1.00

0.80

1.00

20

0.87

1.00

0.65

1.00

0.71

1.00

0.73

1.00

+40C
+30C
+23C
+10C
+0C
-10C
-20C
-30C

* Sectionwise compression at WS = 1.2H

Sectionwise compression

Materials/Testing

Temperature

Accessories

QCL Cell Fenders

50
0.94
0.95
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99

Plastics Range

200
250
300
350
400
500
550
600
630
700
750
800
900
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1400
1450
1600
1700
1800
2000
2250
2500
3000

Initial Impact Speed (mm/s)


1
0.92
0.93
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.95
0.95
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.99
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.99

Utility Range

QCN Cone Fenders

Size

Air Range

QCN QCL QME QSA QPA QCY

Foam Range

In all cases the minimum energy absorption capacity of fenders or fender


systems should be greater than the Required Energy of berthing ships as
defined by PIANC.

Fixed Range

Fender performances are


benchmarked at the following
standardised datums:

Engineered

QuayQuips Type Approval test programme has confirmed the factors


below for angle, temperature and initial impact speed that should be
applied to Rated Performance Data (RPD) where operating conditions differ
from datum values. Values are derived according to PIANC and ASTM
recommendations.

Rated Performance Data

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Questionnaire
Port

Contact

Berth

Company

Country

Tel

Project

New Build Upgrade

Status

Preliminary

VESSELS

Provide data for largest, smallest and intermediate ships if available.

Detail

Email
Tender

Web

F
D
LBP

LOA

Type

Type

Class (ie LNG)

Class (ie LNG)

Deadweight

Deadweight

Displacement

Displacement

Length

LOA

LBP

Length

Beam
Draft

LOA

LBP

Laden

Ballast

Beam
Laden

Hull Pressure

Ballast

Draft
Hull Pressure

STRUCTURE
Construction

Closed face
Type

Semi-closed face

Open (ie dolphin)

Jetty Dolphin

Deck level

Pontoon Lock

Soffit level

Other

High tide

Fender c/c

Low tide

Load limit

Seabed

Other

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Questionnaire
Engineered

ENVIRONMENT
Climate

Temperate Tropical

Temperature

Minimum

Desert Sub-arctic
Corrosivity

Low
Medium

High humidity

High

Low humidity

Extreme

Wind speed

Fixed Range

Maximum

Current speed

Foam Range

OPERATIONS
V

Berthing speed

Side berthing
(Mode A)

Berthing angle
Safety factor

Side berthing
(Mode B)

Berthing speed

Air Range

Berthing angle
Safety factor

Approach

Berthing speed

Utility Range

Side berthing
(Mode C)

Berthing angle
Safety factor
Berthing speed

End berthing

Berthing angle

Plastics Range

Safety factor
V

Berthing speed
Berthing angle

Dolphin berthing

Safety factor

Lock entrance

Accessories

Berthing speed
Berthing angle
Safety factor

PIANC 2002
Other
information

Contact

Design method

EAU-2004
ROM 0.2-90
Other

Materials/Testing

BS6349-4

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Tried and Tested

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Conversion Factors
Engineered

Distance

Force
ft

in

3.281

39.37

ft

0.3048

12

in

0.0245

0.0833

ft

in

Area

kN

tonne-f

kip-f

0.102

0.225

tonne-f

9.81

2.2046

kip-f

4.45

0.454

kN

Fixed Range

Energy
tf-m

kip-ft

1550

0.102

0.7376

144

tf-m

9.81

0.205

645.2 10

6.944 10

kip-ft

1.36

4.88

ft

in

kPa

t/m

kip/ft

95.315

61024

kPa

0.102

0.0209

ft

0.0283

1728

t/m

9.81

0.205

in

16.387 10

578.7 10

kip/ft

1.36

4.88

m/s

ft/s

m/s

ft/s

km/h

knot

9.807

32.17

m/s

3.2808

3.6

1.9438

m/s

0.102

3.281

ft/s

3.048

1.0973

0.5925

ft/s

6.895 10

0.3048

km/h

0.2778

0.9113

0.54

knot

0.5144

1.6878

1.852

10.764

ft

0.0929

in

Pressure

Volume

Air Range

Velocity

Acceleration

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