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High Performance

Fenders
Section 1

Trelleborg Marine Systems

www.trelleborg.com/marine

Super Cone
SCK Cell
Parallel Motion
Unit Elements
Arch Fenders
Corner Arch

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PIANC TYPE APPROVAL


PIANC is a worldwide non-political and nonprofit technical and scientific organization
of national governments, corporations and
private individuals. PIANCs objective is to
promote both inland and maritime navigation
by fostering progress in the planning, design,
construction, improvement, maintenance and
operation of inland and maritime waterways
and ports and of coastal areas for general use
in industrialised and industrialising countries.
PIANC was founded in 1885 and is the
oldest international association concerned
with these technical aspects of navigation. It
has made and continues to make a vital
contribution to technical development in this
field. PIANCs members form an active worldwide network of professionals in the field of
inland and maritime navigation and ports.
Trelleborg Marine Systems is a corporate
member of PIANC.

Type Approval certicate

PIANC contact details


General Secretariat
Btiment Graaf de Ferraris, 11th floor
Blvd. du Roi Albert II, 20, PO Box 3
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium
Tel: +32 2 553 71 61
Fax: +32 2 553 71 55
info@pianc-aipcn.org

www.pianc.org

Fatigue test certicate

M1100-S01-V1-3-EN.
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PIANC TYPE APPROVAL


Trelleborg is committed to providing
high quality products. Consistency
and performance are routinely
checked in accordance with the
latest procedures and test protocols.
PIANC has introduced new
methods and procedures for
testing the performance of solid
rubber fenders, allowing for real
world operating conditions, in their
document Guidelines for the
Design of Fender Systems: 2002:
Appendix A.
Trelleborg has achieved PIANC
Type Approval for the following
fender types:
B
B
B
B
B

Super Cone
SCK Cell
Unit Element
AN Arch
ANP Arch
Verification testing of SCK 3000

PIANC Type Approval brings the


following benefits:
B proven product quality
B tests simulate real operating
conditions
B longer service life
B lower maintenance
B greater reliability
B reduced lifetime costs
B manufacturer commitment
B excludes unsafe copy and fake
fenders
B simplifies contract specifications

Testing is carried out in two stages: to prove behaviour of the generic fender
type, and then to confirm that performance of fenders made for each project
meet the required performances.

Type Approval testing (Stage 1)

Verication testing (Stage 2)

PIANC Type Approval testing is


carried out to determine the effects
of environmental factors on the
performance of various fender types.
Trelleborgs Type Approval tests are
witnessed by Germanischer Lloyd.

CV method verification testing


is routinely carried out on all
significant orders to confirm the
Rated Performance Data (RPD) of
Trelleborgs PIANC Type Approved
fenders. Results are normalised to
0.15m/s compression speed,
23C temperature and 0
compression angle.

Fatigue testing of SCN fender

Speed testing of AN fender

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SUPER
CONE
FENDERS
Super Cones are the latest
generation of cell fender, with
optimal performance and efficiency.
The conical body shape makes
the SCN very stable even at large
compression angles, and provides
excellent shear strength. With
overload stops the Super Cone
is even more resistant to overcompression.

Features
B Highly efficient geometry
B No performance loss even at large
berthing angles
B Stable shape resists shear
B Wide choice of rubber compounds

Applications
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

General cargo berths


Bulk terminals
Oil and LNG facilities
Container berths
RoRo and cruise terminals
Parallel motion systems
Monopiles and dolphins

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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SUPER CONE FENDERS


H

Anchors/
Head bolts

Zmin

Weight

SCN 300

300

500

295

2737

2025

440

255

4 M20

45

40

SCN 350

350

570

330

2737

2025

510

275

4 M20

52

50

SCN 400

400

650

390

3040

2028

585

340

4 M24

60

76

SCN 500

500

800

490

3242

3038

730

425

4 M24

75

160

SCN 550

550

880

540

3242

3038

790

470

4 M24

82

210

SCN 600

600

960

590

4052

3542

875

515

4 M30

90

270

SCN 700

700

1120

685

4052

3542

1020

600

4 M30

105

411

SCN 800

800

1280

785

4052

3542

1165

685

6 M30

120

606

SCN 900

900

1440

885

4052

3542

1313

770

6 M30

135

841

SCN 950

950

1520

1440

930

4052

4050

1390

815

6 M30

142

980

SCN 1000

1000

1600

980

5065

4050

1460

855

6 M36

150

1125

SCN 1050

1050

1680

1030

5065

4555

1530

900

6 M36

157

1360

SCN 1100

1100

1760

1080

5065

5058

1605

940

8 M36

165

1567

SCN 1200

1200

1920

1175

5780

5058

1750

1025

8 M42

180

2028

SCN 1300

1300

2080

1275

6590

5058

1900

1100

8 M48

195

2455

SCN 1400

1400

2240

2180

1370

6590

6070

2040

1195

8 M48

210

3105

SCN 1600

1600

2560

2390

1570

6590

7080

2335

1365

8 M48

240

4645

SCN 1800

1800

2880

2700

1765

75100

7080

2625

1540

10 M56

270

6618

SCN 2000

2000

3200

1955

80105

90105

2920

1710

10 M56

300

9560

[ Units: mm, kg ]

H
D

U
Overload stop

V
Some SCN sizes have a modified
flange for reduced shipping
dimensions.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Rated Performance Data (RPD)*

SCN 300
SCN 350
SCN 400
SCN 500
SCN 550
SCN 600
SCN 700
SCN 800
SCN 900
SCN 950
SCN 1000
SCN 1050
SCN 1100
SCN 1200
SCN 1300
SCN 1400
SCN 1600
SCN 1800
SCN 2000

ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR

E0.9

E1.0

E1.1

E1.2

E1.3

E1.4

E1.5

E1.6

E1.7

E1.8

E1.9

E2.0

7.7
59
12.5
80
18.6
104
36.5
164
49
198
63
225
117
320
171
419
248
527
291
588
338
653
392
720
450
788
585
941
743
1103
927
1278
1382
1670
1967
2115
2700
2610

8.6
65
13.9
89
20.7
116
40.5
182
54
220
70
250
130
355
190
465
275
585
322
653
375
725
435
800
500
875
650
1045
825
1225
1030
1420
1535
1855
2185
2350
3000
2900

8.9
67
14.4
91
21.4
119
41.9
187
56
226
72
257
134
365
196
478
282
601
331
671
385
745
447
822
514
899
668
1073
847
1258
1058
1459
1577
1905
2244
2413
3080
2978

9.2
68
14.8
93
22.1
122
43.2
191
58
231
74
263
137
374
201
490
289
617
339
688
395
764
458
843
527
923
685
1101
869
1291
1085
1497
1618
1955
2303
2476
3160
3056

9.5
70
15.3
96
22.8
125
44.6
196
59
237
76
270
141
384
207
503
296
633
348
706
405
784
470
865
541
947
703
1129
891
1324
1113
1536
1660
2005
2362
2539
3240
3134

9.8
72
15.7
98
23.5
128
45.9
200
61
242
78
276
144
393
212
515
303
649
356
724
415
803
481
886
554
971
720
1157
913
1357
1140
1574
1701
2055
2421
2602
3320
3212

10.1
74
16.2
100
24.2
131
47.3
205
63
248
80
283
148
403
218
528
310
665
364
742
425
823
493
908
568
995
738
1185
935
1390
1168
1613
1743
2105
2480
2665
3400
3290

10.4
75
16.7
102
24.8
133
48.6
209
65
253
82
289
151
412
223
540
317
681
373
759
435
842
504
929
581
1019
755
1213
957
1423
1195
1651
1784
2155
2539
2728
3480
3368

10.6
77
17.1
104
25.5
136
50
214
67
259
84
296
155
422
229
553
324
697
381
777
445
862
516
951
595
1043
773
1241
979
1456
1223
1690
1826
2205
2598
2791
3560
3446

10.9
79
17.6
107
26.2
139
51.3
218
68
264
86
302
158
431
234
565
331
713
390
795
455
881
527
972
608
1067
790
1269
1001
1489
1250
1728
1867
2255
2657
2854
3640
3524

11.2
80
18
109
26.9
142
52.7
223
70
270
88
309
162
441
240
578
338
729
398
813
465
901
539
994
622
1091
808
1297
1023
1522
1278
1767
1909
2305
2716
2917
3720
3602

11.5
82
18 5
111
27.6
145
54
227
72
275
90
315
165
450
245
590
345
745
407
830
475
920
550
1015
635
1115
825
1325
1045
1555
1305
1805
1950
2355
2775
2980
3800
3680

*in accordance with PIANC.

[ Units: kNm, kN ]

120

100

60

120
100

40

80
60

20

40

Energy (%)

Reaction (%)

80

20
0
75

0
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

Deflection (%)

45

50

55

60

65

70
72

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Rated Performance Data (RPD)*

SCN 300
SCN 350
SCN 400
SCN 500
SCN 550
SCN 600
SCN 700
SCN 800
SCN 900
SCN 950
SCN 1000
SCN 1050
SCN 1100
SCN 1200
SCN 1300
SCN 1400
SCN 1600
SCN 1800
SCN 2000

ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR
ER
RR

E2.1

E2.2

E2.3

E2.4

E2.5

E2.6

E2.7

E2.8

E2.9

E3.0

E3.1

11.8
84
19
114
28.3
149
55.4
233
74
283
93
324
169
462
252
606
355
765
418
853
488
945
565
1042
652
1145
847
1361
1074
1597
1341
1853
2003
2418
2851
3060
3904
3778

12.1
86
19.4
117
29
153
56.7
239
76
290
96
332
173
474
258
621
364
785
429
875
501
969
580
1069
669
1174
869
1396
1102
1638
1376
1901
2056
2480
2926
3139
4008
3876

12.4
89
19.9
120
29.7
157
58.1
246
77
298
99
341
177
486
265
637
374
805
440
897
514
994
595
1096
686
1204
891
1432
1131
1680
1412
1949
2109
2543
3002
3219
4112
3974

12.7
91
20.3
123
30.4
161
59.4
252
79
305
102
349
181
498
271
652
383
825
451
919
527
1018
610
1123
703
1233
913
1467
1159
1721
1447
1997
2162
2605
3077
3298
4216
4072

13.0
93
20.8
126
31 1
165
60.8
258
81
313
105
358
185
510
278
668
393
845
463
941
540
1043
625
1150
720
1263
935
1503
1188
1763
1483
2045
2215
2668
3153
3378
4320
4170

13.3
95
21.3
129
31.8
169
62.2
264
83
320
108
366
189
522
284
683
402
865
473
963
553
1067
640
1177
737
1292
957
1538
1216
1804
1518
2093
2268
2730
3228
3457
4424
4268

13.5
97
21.7
132
32.5
173
63.5
270
85
328
111
375
193
534
291
699
412
885
485
986
566
1092
655
1204
754
1322
979
1574
1245
1846
1554
2141
2321
2793
3304
3537
4528
4366

13.8
100
22.2
135
33.2
177
64.9
277
86
335
114
383
197
546
297
714
421
905
496
1008
579
1116
670
1231
771
1351
1001
1609
1273
1887
1589
2189
2374
2855
3379
3616
4632
4464

14.1
102
22.6
138
33.9
181
66.2
283
88
343
117
392
201
558
304
730
431
925
507
1030
592
1141
685
1258
788
1381
1023
1645
1302
1929
1625
2237
2427
2918
3455
3696
4736
4562

14.4
104
23.1
141
34.6
185
67.6
289
90
350
120
400
205
570
310
745
440
945
518
1052
605
1165
700
1285
805
1410
1045
1680
1330
1970
1660
2285
2480
2980
3530
3775
4840
4660

15.9
114
25.4
155
38.1
204
74.4
318
99
385
132
440
226
627
341
820
484
1040
570
1158
666
1282
770
1414
886
1551
1150
1848
1463
2167
1826
2514
2728
3278
3883
4153
5324
5126

E/R ()
0.138
0.163
0.186
0.232
0.256
0.290
0.364
0.414
0.466
0.492
0.518
0.544
0.571
0.622
0.674
0.725
0.830
0.932
1.039

[ Units: kNm, kN ]

*in accordance with PIANC.

example

Intermediate deections
Di (%)

10

15

20

25

30

35 40

45

50

55

60

65

70

Ei (%)

15

22

31

40 50

59

67

75

82

89

96 100 106

72

75

Ri (%)

19

39

59

75

89

97 100 98

92

84

77

73

77

91 100 118

Ri
Ei

Nominal rated deflection may vary at RPD. Refer to p1235.

Di

PIANC factors

(from 3rd party witnessed Type Approval testing)

Angle factor

Temperature factor

Velocity factor

Angle ()

AF

Temperature (C)

TF

Time (seconds)

VF

1.000

50

0.882

1.050

1.039

40

0.926

1.020

30

0.969

1.012

23

1.000

1.005

10

1.056

1.099

1.000

1.000

5
8

1.055
1.029

10

1.000

15

0.856

20

0.739

-10

1.143

-20

1.186

1.000

-30

1.230

10

1.000

For steady state deceleration, the


compression time is:
2d
t (seconds) =
Vi
d = fender deflection (mm)
Vi = impact speed (mm/s)
If compression time t<4s, please ask.
Refer to page 12 for further information.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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SUPER CONE FENDERS


Clearances

Weight support
0.75H*

1.0H
WH

Super Cone fenders can support


a lot of static weight. The table is
a guide to the permitted weight
of front panel before additional
support chains may be required.

1.8H

SCN

1.1H

0.15H

* does not allow for bow ares


There must be enough space around and between Super
Cone fenders and the steel panel to allow them to deflect
without interference.
Distances given in the above diagram are for guidance.
If in doubt, please ask.

WV

Panel weight (kg)


Single or multiple
Multiple vertical
horizontal (n 1)
(n 2)

E1

WH n 1.0 W

WV n 1.25 W

E2

WH n 1.3 W

WV n 1.625 W

E3

WH n 1.5 W

WV n 1.875 W

n = number of Super Cones. W = Super Cone weight


WH = panel weight single or multi-horizontal
WV = panel weight single or multi-vertical
Interpolate for other grades.
Refer to TMS when Super Cone direction is reversed.

Shear

Tension

R
F (RR)

If the tensile load exceeds the rated reaction then tension


chains may be required. Please ask for advice on the
design of tension chains.

Super Cones are very stable in shear. The table is a guide


to maximum shear deflections (S) for different shear
coefficients () and rubber grades.

S
E1
E2
E3

0.15
7%
9%
11%

Friction coefficients ()
0.2
0.25
9%
11%
11%
14%
17%
18%

0.3
14%
17%
22%

S (max) usually occurs at C = 0.3H to 0.35H.


For S 20%, refer to TMS.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Proven
in practice

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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SCK CELL
FENDERS
SCK Cell fenders have a very long
track record and remain popular
because of their simplicity, high
performance and strength. They
come in a wide range of standard
sizes and are interchangeable with
many older cell fender types.

Features
B
B
B
B

High performance
Can support large panels
Strong, well-proven design
Ideal for low hull pressure systems

Applications
B
B
B
B
B
B

Oil and LNG facilities


Bulk terminals
Offshore platforms
Container berths
RoRo and cruise terminals
Multi-user berths

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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SCK CELL FENDERS


Dimensions
H

Anchors/
head bolts

Weight

SCK 400H

400

650

550

25

30

4 M22

75

SCK 500H

500

650

550

25

32

4 M24

95

SCK 630H

630

840

700

25

32

4 M27

220

SCK 800H

800

1050

900

30

40

6 M30

400

SCK 1000H

1000

1300

1100

35

45

6 M36

790

SCK 1150H

1150

1500

1300

40

50

6 M42

1200

SCK 1250H

1250

1650

1450

40

50

6 M42

1500

SCK 1450H

1450

1850

1650

42

61

6 M48

2300

SCK 1600H

1600

2000

1800

45

61

8 M48

3000

SCK 1700H

1700

2100

1900

50

66

8 M56

3700

SCK 2000H

2000

2200

2000

50

76

8 M64

5000

SCK 2250H

2250

2550

2300

57

76

10 M64

7400

SCK 2500H

2500

2950

2700

70

76

10 M64

10700

SCK 3000H

3000

3350

3150

75

92

12 M76

18500
[ Units: mm, kg ]

nd

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Rated Performance Data (RPD)*
E0.9

E1.0

E1.1

E1.2

E1.3

E1.4

E1.5

E1.6

E1.7

E1.8

E1.9

E2.0

SCK 400H

ER
RR

8.8
50.3

9.8
55.9

10.4
59.4

11.0
62.9

11.6
66.5

12.2
70

12.7
73.5

13.3
77.1

13.9
80.6

14.5
84.1

15.1
87.7

15.7
91.2

SCK 500H

ER
RR

16.7
78.6

18.6
87.3

19.8
92.8

20.9
98.3

22.1
104

23.3
109

24.5
115

25.7
120

26.8
126

28
131

29.2
137

30.4
142

SCK 630H

ER
RR

34.4
124

38.2
137

40.6
146

42.9
155

45.3
163

47.6
172

50
180

52.4
189

54.7
198

57.1
206

59.4
215

61.8
224

SCK 800H

ER
RR

67.1
190

74.5
211

79.5
225

84.5
240

89.5
254

94.5
268

99.5
283

104
297

109
312

114
326

119
341

124
355

SCK 1000H

ER
RR

138
314

153
349

163
371

172
393

182
415

191
437

201
458

211
480

220
502

230
524

239
455

249
568

SCK 1150H

ER
RR

210
416

233
462

248
491

263
520

277
548

292
577

306
606

321
635

336
664

350
692

365
721

379
750

SCK 1250H

ER
RR

269
491

299
545

318
579

337
614

355
648

374
682

393
716

411
750

430
784

449
818

468
852

486
887

SCK 1450H

ER
RR

421
661

468
734

497
781

526
828

555
875

585
922

614
969

643
1016

672
1063

702
1110

731
1157

760
1193

SCK 1600H

ER
RR

566
805

629
894

668
950

707
1006

746
1062

785
1118

825
1174

864
1230

903
1286

942
1342

982
1397

1021
1453

SCK 1700H

ER
RR

678
908

753
1009

800
1072

847
1135

895
1199

942
1262

989
1325

1036
1388

1083
1451

1131
1514

1178
1577

1225
1641

SCK 2000H

ER
RR

1104
1258

1227
1397

1304
1485

1380
1572

1457
1659

1534
1746

1610
1833

1687
1920

1764
2007

1840
2094

1917
2181

1994
2268

SCK 2250H

ER
RR

1854
1876

2060
2085

2169
2195

2279
2309

2388
2416

2497
2527

2606
2637

2715
2747

2824
2858

2933
2968

3042
3079

3151
3189

SCK 2500H

ER
RR

2544
2317

2826
2574

2976
2711

3026
2847

3275
2983

3425
3120

3575
3256

3724
3392

3874
3528

4024
3665

4173
3801

4323
3937

SCK 3000H

ER
RR

3795
3310

4217
3678

4452
3879

4688
4080

4923
4281

5158
4482

5394
4683

5629
4884

5865
5085

6100
5286

6335
5487

6571
5688

*in accordance with PIANC.

[ Units: kNm, kN ]

120

100

120

60

100
80

40

60
40

20

Energy (%)

Reaction (%)

80

20
0

0
0

10

15

20

25

30

Deflection (%)

35

40

45

50

55
52.5

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Rated Performance Data (RPD)*
E2.1

E2.2

E2.3

E2.4

E2.5

E2.6

E2.7

E2.8

E2.9

E3.0

E3.1

E/R ()

SCK 400H

ER
RR

16.2
93.8

16.7
96.5

17.2
99.1

17.7
102

18.1
104

18.6
107

19.1
110

19.6
112

20.1
115

20.6
118

22.7
129

0.174

SCK 500H

ER
RR

31.3
146

32.2
151

33
155

33.9
159

34.8
163

35.7
167

36.6
172

37.4
176

38.3
180

39.2
184

43.1
203

0.213

SCK 630H

ER
RR

63.7
230

65.5
237

67.4
244

69.2
250

71.1
257

72.9
264

74.8
270

76.7
277

78.5
284

80.4
290

88.4
319

0.277

SCK 800H

ER
RR

128
366

132
377

136
388

140
399

144
409

147
420

151
431

155
442

159
453

163
464

179
510

0.351

SCK 1000H

ER
RR

256
585

264
602

271
619

279
636

286
653

294
670

301
687

309
704

316
720

324
737

356
811

0.438

SCK 1150H

ER
RR

391
773

402
795

413
818

425
840

436
863

447
886

458
908

470
931

481
953

492
976

541
1073

0.505

SCK 1250H

ER
RR

501
913

516
940

530
967

545
993

559
1020

574
1047

589
1073

603
1100

618
1127

633
1153

696
1269

0.548

SCK 1450H

ER
RR

783
1229

805
1265

828
1301

851
1337

874
1372

897
1408

919
1444

942
1480

965
1516

988
1551

1086
1707

0.637

SCK 1600H

ER
RR

1051
1497

1082
1540

1113
1584

1143
1628

1174
1671

1204
1715

1235
1758

1266
1802

1296
1845

1327
1889

1460
2078

0.702

SCK 1700H

ER
RR

1262
1690

1298
1739

1335
1788

1372
1837

1408
1886

1445
1935

1482
1985

1518
2034

1555
2083

1592
2132

1751
2345

0.746

SCK 2000H

ER
RR

2054
2336

2113
2403

2173
2470

2233
2538

2293
2605

2353
2673

2412
2740

2472
2807

2532
2875

2592
2942

2851
3236

0.879

SCK 2250H

ER
RR

3245
3285

3340
3381

3435
3476

3529
3572

3624
3668

3718
3763

3813
3859

3907
3955

4002
4051

4096
4146

4506
4561

0.988

SCK 2500H

ER
RR

4452
4056

4582
4174

4712
4292

4841
4410

4971
4528

5101
4647

5230
4765

5360
4883

5490
5001

5619
5119

6181
5631

1.098

SCK 3000H

ER
RR

6761
5856

6952
6023

7143
6191

7334
6358

7525
6526

7716
6693

7906
6860

8097
7028

8288
7195

8479
7363

9327
8099

1.152

*in accordance with PIANC.

[ Units: kNm, kN ]

example

Intermediate deections
Di (%)

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

52.5

Ei (%)

16

26

38

50

61

72

83

94

100 106

55

Ri (%)

32

60

81

94

99

99

96

92

92

96

100 106

Ri
Ei

Nominal rated deflection may vary at RPD. Refer to p1235.

Di

PIANC factors

(from 3rd party witnessed Type Approval testing)

Angle factor

Temperature factor

Velocity factor

Angle ()

AF

Temperature (C)

TF

Time (seconds)

VF

1.000

50

0.882

1.005

0.977

40

0.926

1.002

30

0.969

1.001

23

1.000

1.001

10

1.056

1.099

1.000

1.000

5
8

0.951
0.909

10

0.883

15

0.810

20

0.652

-10

1.143

-20

1.186

1.000

-30

1.230

10

1.000

For steady state deceleration, the


compression time is:
2d
t (seconds) =
Vi
d = fender deflection (mm)
Vi = impact speed (mm/s)
If compression time t<4s, please ask.
Refer to page 12 for further information.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Clearances

Weight support
0.6H*

A
WH

WV

Cell fenders can support a lot of static weight. The table


is a guide to the permitted weight of front panel before
additional support chains may be required.

SCK

E1
E2
E3
E1
E2
E3

* does not allow for bow ares

There must be enough space around and between the


Cell fenders and the steel panel to allow them to deflect
without interference.
Distances given in the above diagram are for guidance.
If in doubt, please ask.
SCK (H)
400
500
630
800
1000
1150
1250
1450
1600
1700
2000
2250
2500
3000

Edge (A)
480
510
600
700
850
990
1060
1200
1270
1470
1560
1710
1910
2240

Centres (B)
700
700
880
1120
1500
1730
1870
2180
2400
2550
2880
3360
3730
4500

Single or multiple
horizontal (n1)
WH n 1.0 W
WH n 1.3 W
WH n 1.5 W
WH n 11 W0.6
WH n 19 W0.6
WH n 25 W0.6

Multiple vertical
H
(n2)
WV n 1.25 W
800
WV n 1.75 W
WV n 2.25 W
WV n 13.75 W0.6
WV n 23.75 W0.6 1000
WV n 31.25 W0.6

n = number of Cell fenders. W = SCK weight


WH = panel weight single or multi-horizontal
WV = panel weight single or multi-vertical
Interpolate for other grades

Tension

F (RR)

If the tensile load exceeds the rated reaction then tension


chains may be required. Please ask for advice on the
design of tension chains.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Proven
in practice

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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PARALLEL
MOTION
FENDERS
Parallel Motion technology can
reduce reaction forces by up to 60%
compared with traditional designs.
The panel always remains vertical
but can cope with large berthing
angles even at 20 there is usually
no loss in energy absorption.

Features
B Ultra-low reaction
B Non-tilt frontal panel
B No performance loss at large
berthing angles
B Easy and fast to install
B Minimal maintenance

Applications
B
B
B
B
B

RoRo and fast ferry berths


LNG and tanker terminals
Naval facilities
High tidal zones
Monopile or soft structures

Increasing energy,
reducing reaction
By using two Super Cones
back-to-back, the deflection
and energy both increase
whilst reaction forces stay low.
Reduced loads compared to
conventional fenders mean
less stress in the structure,
allowing smaller piles and less
concrete to be used.
As Parallel Motion Fenders
are mostly preassembled
in the factory, installation is
simple and fast. Maintenance
is minimal too contributing
to the low service life cost of
Parallel Motion technology.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Comparison of PMF and conventional fenders
3500
0

Parallel Motion Fender


PMF1200 (E3.1 & E1.9)

1957

Super Cone
2 SCN1200 (E2.7)

1958

Cell Fender
2 SCK1450 (E2.9)

1930

1957
1958
1704

20

1957
1449
1258

R (kN)
RPD

1848 100%
3147
3032

3000

20

43%
39%

Reaction (kN)

Type

E (kNm)
10

Super Cone

2500

Parallel Motion Fender

2000

Cell Fender

1500
1000
500
0

20 = Relative Efficiency at 20 angle compared to PMF

400

800

1200

1600

Deflection (mm)

Rubber fender units


Shown here are two Super Cones mounted in
a back-to-back Twin-Series configuration.

Closed box panel (frame)


Fully sealed, pressure tested design. Shown
with optional lead-in bevels which are
designed to suit each case.

Torsion tube and arm assembly


Also closed-box construction, the tube and
arms keep the panel vertical whatever level
impact loads are applied.

Hinge units
The maintenance-free stainless steel pins
and spherical Trelleborg Orkot bearings
allow free rotation to accommodate berthing
angles, also eliminating moments in the
hinge pin.

4
5

7
1

UHMW-PE face pads


Trelleborg Double Sintered UHMW-PE face
pads are standard to minimise friction and
maximise service intervals.

2
6

Check chains
Check chains (optional) act as rope deflectors
to stop ropes from snagging, and to help with
some large angle berthings.

Pile jackets (optional)


Purpose designed for every project, pile
jackets are factory built for a perfect fit to
the fender on-site. They can strengthen the
structure and double as a corrosion barrier in
the vulnerable splash zone. Jackets are also
available for monopile systems.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Twin-Series Super Cone

Single Super Cone

MV and MI Element PMF

E (kNm)

R (kN)

E (kNm)

R (kN)

SCN 400

4765

149204

SCN 400

1938

104204

E (kNm)

R (kN)

SCN 500

92127

233318

SCN 500

3674

164318

MV 400

5275

284406

SCN 550

122169

283385

SCN 550

4999

198385

MV 500

82117

356508

SCN 600

156220

324440

SCN 600

63132

225440

MV 550

99141

391558

SCN 700

286387

462627

SCN 700

117226

320627

MV 600

118168

427610

SCN 800

423581

606820

SCN 800

171341

419820

MV 750

183262

533762

SCN 900

602822

7651040

SCN 900

248484

5271040

MV 800

210300

568812

SCN 1000

8261131

9451282

SCN 1050

9571309

10421414

SCN 1000

338666

6531282

MV 1000

328468

7111016

SCN 1050

392770

7201414

SCN 1100

11021507

MV 1250

511730

8891270

11451551

SCN 1100

450886

7881551

SCN 1200

MV 1450

687982

10301472

14321957

13611848

SCN 1200

5851150

9711848

SCN 1300

18162486

15972167

SCN 1300

7431463

11032167

MV 1600

8371196

11381626

SCN 1400

22683104

18532514

SCN 1400

9271826

12782514

MI 2000

12951850

12951850

SCN 1600

33854367

24183278

SCN 1600

13822728

16703278

SCN 1800

48176599

30604153

SCN 1800

19673883

21154253

SCN 2000

66099044

37785126

SCN 2000

27005324

26105216

MV and MI Elements are not PIANC Type


Approved. Performances are based on a
pair of 1000mm long elements. Pro-rata
for more elements or different lengths.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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Proven
in practice

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UNIT
ELEMENTS
Unit Elements are high-performance,
PIANC Type Approved modular rubber
fenders. Elements are versatile
and can be combined in unlimited
combinations of length and direction.
The simplest Unit Element system
is the UE-V fender, with pairs of
legs and a UHMW-PE non-marking
shield. For heavy duty applications
Unit Elements are combined with a
steel panel (frame) which can cope
with belting, bow flares, low hull
pressures and high tides.

Features
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

PIANC Type Approved


Versatile modular system
Highly efficient shape
Symmetrical or asymmetrical fixings
Strong in lengthwise shear
Easy to install
Low maintenance

Applications
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

Container terminals
Tanker Berths
RoRo and cruise ships
Dolphins and monopiles
Bulk and general cargo berths
Fender walls
Small craft berths

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UNIT ELEMENTS
Element
UE250
UE300
UE400
UE500
UE550
UE600
UE700
UE750
UE800
UE900
UE1000
UE1200
UE1400
UE1600

H
250
300
400
500
550
600
700
750
800
900
1000
1200
1400
1600

A
109
130
165
195
210
225
270
285
300
335
365
435
495
565

B*
114
138
187
229
252
275
321
344
366
412
458
557
642
733

C*
71
84
102
119
126
133
163
170
178
198
212
252
281
321

D
2027
2332
2535
2837
3238
3545
3545
3845
3845
4250
4658
4660
5065
5065

F
152
184
248
306
336
366
428
458
488
550
610
748
856
978

J
33
38
41
42
42
42
56
56
56
60
60
61
67
76

M
2535
3040
3040
4052
4052
4052
5065
5065
5065
5780
5780
6590
6590
75100

W
218
260
330
390
420
450
540
570
600
670
730
870
990
1130

K
50
50
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250

E
300
300
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

* Asymmetrical bolting version only.

Anchors
M20
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M36
M36
M36
M42
M42
M48
M48
M56

Weight
38
54
89
135
153
179
247
298
338
410
509
717
948
1236

[ Units: mm, kg/m ]

2000L

Asymmetrical bolting

1500L
1000L

J
B

Symmetrical bolting
H
K

J
A
F

Element lengths
bH
L`
UE 250
UE 300
UE 400
UE 500UE 550
UE 600UE 800
UE 900UE 1200
UE 1400
UE 1600

600
{
{

750
z
z
z
z
z

900
{
{
{
{
{
{
{

1000
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z

z preferred lengths
{ typical non-standard lengths

1200
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{

1400
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{

1500
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z

1800
{
{
{

2000
z
z
z

{
{

z
z

Max
2800
2000
2000
1500
2000
1500
2000
2000

For elements with L/H < 1.0 or non-standard lengths,


please ask for advice.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UNIT ELEMENTS
Rated Performance Data (RPD)*
E0.9

E1.0

E1.1

E1.2

E1.3

E1.4

E1.5

E1.6

E1.7

E1.8

E1.9

E2.0

UE 250

ER
RR

8.1
79

9.0
88

9.3
90

9.6
93

9.9
95

10.2
98

10.5
100

10.8
103

11.1
106

11.4
108

11.7
111

12.0
113

UE 300

ER
RR

11.7
95

13.0
105

13.4
108

13.8
111

14.2
114

14.6
117

15.0
121

15.4
124

15.8
127

16.2
130

16.6
133

17.0
136

UE 400

ER
RR

21
113

23
126

24
130

24
134

25
137

26
141

27
145

27
149

28
153

29
156

29
160

30
164

UE 500

ER
RR

32.4
142

36
158

37.1
163

38.2
167

39.3
172

40.4
177

41.5
182

42.6
186

43.7
191

44.8
196

45.9
200

47
205

UE 550

ER
RR

40
157

44
174

45
179

47
184

48
190

49
195

51
200

52
205

53
210

54
216

56
221

57
226

UE 600

ER
RR

47
171

52
190

54
196

55
201

57
207

58
212

60
218

62
224

63
229

65
235

66
240

68
246

UE 700

ER
RR

63
199

70
221

72
228

74
234

77
241

79
247

81
254

83
261

85
267

88
274

90
280

92
287

UE 750

ER
RR

73
214

81
238

84
245

86
252

89
259

91
266

94
274

96
281

99
288

101
295

104
302

106
309

UE 800

ER
RR

84
228

93
253

96
261

99
268

101
276

104
283

107
291

110
299

113
306

115
314

118
321

121
329

UE 900

ER
RR

106
256

118
284

122
293

125
301

129
310

132
318

136
327

139
336

143
344

146
353

150
361

153
370

UE 1000

ER
RR

131
284

146
316

150
326

155
335

159
345

163
354

168
364

172
373

176
383

180
392

185
402

189
411

UE 1200

ER
RR

186
340

207
378

213
389

220
401

226
412

232
424

239
435

245
446

251
458

257
469

264
481

270
492

UE 1400

ER
RR

257
398

286
442

294
455

303
469

311
482

320
495

328
509

336
552

345
535

353
548

362
562

370
575

UE 1600

ER
RR

337
455

374
506

385
521

396
535

407
552

418
567

429
582

440
597

451
612

462
628

473
643

484
658

* In accordance with PIANC.


Values are for a single element, 1000mm long.

[ Units: kNm, kN ]

120

100

60

120

40

80

100

60
20

40
20

0
0

10

15

20

25

30

35

Deflection (%)

40

45

50

Energy (%)

Reaction (%)

80

0
60

55
57.5

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UNIT ELEMENTS
Rated Performance Data (RPD)*
E2.1

E2.2

E2.3

E2.4

E2.5

E2.6

E2.7

E2.8

E2.9

E3.0

E3.1

E/R

UE 250

ER
RR

12.3
117

12.6
120

12.9
124

13.2
127

13.5
131

13.8
134

14.1
138

14.4
141

14.7
145

15.0
148

16.5
163

0.103

UE 300

ER
RR

17.5
140

180
144

18.5
149

19.0
153

19.5
157

20.0
161

20.5
165

21.0
170

21.5
174

22.0
178

24.2
196

0.124

UE 400

ER
RR

31
169

32
174

33
179

34
184

35
189

35
194

36
199

37
204

38
209

39
214

43
235

0.183

UE 500

ER
RR

48.5
211

50
217

51.5
224

53
230

54.5
236

56
242

57.5
248

59
255

60.5
261

62
267

68.2
294

0.230

UE 550

ER
RR

59
233

61
240

62
246

64
253

66
260

68
267

70
274

71
280

73
287

75
294

83
323

0.254

UE 600

ER
RR

70
253

72
261

74
268

76
276

79
283

81
290

83
298

85
305

87
313

89
320

98
352

0.276

UE 700

ER
RR

95
296

98
305

100
313

103
322

106
331

109
340

112
349

114
357

117
366

120
375

132
413

0.319

UE 750

ER
RR

109
318

112
328

115
337

118
347

122
356

125
365

128
375

131
384

134
394

137
403

151
443

0.341

UE 800

ER
RR

125
339

128
349

132
358

135
368

139
378

143
388

146
398

150
407

153
417

157
427

173
470

0.368

UE 900

ER
RR

158
381

162
392

167
403

171
414

176
426

181
437

185
448

190
459

194
470

199
481

219
529

0.414

UE 1000

ER
RR

195
423

200
436

206
448

212
460

218
473

223
485

229
497

235
509

240
522

246
534

271
587

0.461

UE 1200

ER
RR

278
507

286
522

294
537

302
552

311
567

319
582

327
597

335
612

343
627

351
642

386
706

0.548

UE 1400

ER
RR

381
592

392
610

404
627

415
644

426
662

437
679

448
696

460
713

471
731

482
748

530
823

0.645

UE 1600

ER
RR

499
678

513
697

528
717

542
736

557
756

572
776

586
795

601
815

615
834

630
854

693
939

0.737

* In accordance with PIANC.


Values are for a single element, 1000mm long.

[ Units: kNm, kN ]

example

Intermediate deections
D(%)

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55 57.5 62.5

E(%)

12

21

32

43

54

65

75

84

95

100 113

R(%)

23

47

69

87

97

100

97

90

85

84

92

100 121

Ri
Ei

Nominal rated deflection may vary at RPD. Refer to p1235.

Di

PIANC factors

(from 3rd party witnessed Type Approval testing)

Angle factor*

Temperature factor

Velocity factor

Angle ()

AF

Temperature (C)

TF

Time (seconds)

VF

1.000

50

0.882

1.020

0.960

40

0.926

1.008

30

0.969

1.005

23

1.000

1.003

1.002

1.001

0.936

0.901

10

1.056

10

0.878

1.099

15

0.818

20

0.755

-10

1.143

-20

1.186

1.000

-30

1.230

10

1.000

For steady state deceleration, the


compression time is:
2d
t (seconds) =
Vi
d = fender deflection (mm)
Vi = impact speed (mm/s)
If compression time t<4s, please ask.
Refer to page 12 for further information.

* G/H = 0.7 (see page 124); D1 = 57.5% (refer to website for full angular tables).

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UE SYSTEMS
Clearances

Weight support capacity


H

0.65H

2P

2P

P
WH

WV

P
Unit Element fenders can support a lot of weight. The
table is a guide to the permitted weight of front panel
before additional support chains may be required.
P

UE

2P*

H
Element

Pmin

UE 250 UE 300

30

UE 400 UE 1600

50

Panel weight (kg)


Single or multiple
Single or multiple
horizontal (n 1)
vertical (n 1)

E1

WH n 690 H L

WV n 1230 H L

E2

WH n 900 H L

WV n 1600 H L

E3

WH n 1170 H L

WV n 2080 H L

n = number of element pairs


WH = panel weight elements V on elevation
WV = panel weight elements V on plan
Interpolate for other grades

Fenders in tension

[ Units: mm ]

There must be enough space around and between Unit


Element fenders and the steel panel to allow them to
deflect without interference.
Distances given in the above diagram are for guidance.
If in doubt, please ask.

* Always check edge distances to suit concrete grade and


reinforcement.
Dimension does no allow for bow flares, berthing angles
or other effects which may reduce clearances.

If the tensile load exceeds the rated reaction then tension


chains may be required. Please ask for advice on the
design of tension chains.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UE SYSTEMS
Proven
in practice

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UE V-FENDERS
Pairs of Unit Elements can be
combined with a UHMW-PE shield
into a V-shape to make a simple,
economical and multi-purpose
fender. The shield can be narrow
or wide, and can also span several
pairs of elements to make very long
fenders. Please ask for advice about
UE-V fenders which use UE 900 or
larger elements.

Type V1

4
-

Type V2

Features
B
B
B
B
B

Simple, modular design


Low-friction shield
Non-marking face
Reduced hull pressure
Easy maintenance

)
5

Type V3
Applications
B
B
B
B

Multi-user berths
Small RoRo terminals
Workboat berths
Pontoon fenders

Element

Pmin

UE 250 UE 300

30

UE 400 UE 1600

50

[ Units: mm ]

Type V1

Type V2

Type V3

Anchors

UE 250

250

250

250

460

250

460

460

30

70

M20

UE 300

300

290

290

550

290

550

550

30

70

M24

UE 400

400

370

370

690

370

690

690

50

80

M24

UE 500

500

440

440

830

440

830

830

50

90

M30

UE 550

550

470

470

890

470

890

890

50

90

M30

UE 600

600

500

500

950

500

950

950

50

90

M30

UE 700

700

590

590

1130

590

1130

1130

50

100

M36

UE 750

750

620

620

1190

620

1190

1190

50

100

M36

UE 800

800

640

640

1230

640

1230

1230

50

100

M36
[ Units: mm ]

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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UE V-FENDERS
Proven
in practice

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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ARCH
FENDERS
Arch fenders are simple and rugged,
providing reliable and trouble-free
service for a wide variety of berths
even under the most severe
conditions. The AN-fender is a
traditional rubber faced unit whilst
the ANP-fender can be fitted with
either UHMW-PE face pads or
connected to a steel panel.

Features
B
B
B
B

Simple one-piece design


Strong and hard wearing
Excellent shear performance
Large range of standard sizes

Applications
B
B
B
B

RoRo berths
General cargo
Workboat harbours
Barge and tug berths

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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ARCH FENDERS
Lmax

AN / ANP 150

3000

150

108

240

AN / ANP 200

3000

200

142

320

AN / ANP 250

3500

250

164

AN / ANP 300

3500

300

194

AN / ANP 400

3500

400

AN / ANP 500

3500

AN / ANP 600

3000

AN / ANP 800
AN / ANP 1000

Weight
AN
ANP

PQ

Anchors

326

98

1620

50

500

20 40

M16

28

35

422

130

1825

50

500

25 50

M20

48

62

400

500

163

2030

62.5

500

28 56

M24

69

90

480

595

195

2532

75

500

28 56

M24

107

128

266

640

808

260

2532

100

500

35 70

M30

185

217

500

318

800

981

325

2532

125

500

42 84

M36

278

352

600

373

960

1160

390

2840

150

500

48 96

M42

411

488

3000

800

499

1300

1550

520

4150

200

500

54 108

M48

770

871

3000

1000

580

1550

1850

650

5062

250

500

54 108

M48

1289

1390

[Units: mm, kg/m ]

AN Arch fender
E

B W

ANP Arch fender


X

L (Lmax)

ANP 150
ANP 200
ANP 250
ANP 300
ANP 400
ANP 500
ANP 600
ANP 800
ANP 1000

U
49
65
45
50
60
65
65
70
80

V
0
0
73
95
140
195
260
380
490

C
2030
3045
3045
3045
3050
3050
3560
5070
5070

X
6070
6070
7085
7085
7085
7085
7085
7085
7085

UHMW-PE face pads


Y
T Bolt size
330410 30
M16
330410 30
M16
330410 30
M16
330410 40
M16
330410 40
M16
330410 50
M20
330410 50
M20
330410 60
M24
330410 60
M24

Larger bolts are required when connecting ANP fenders to


steel panels. Refer to TMS.

Steel frame
X
Y
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
7090 250300
[Units: mm ]

Anchors

1000

6 No

1500

8 No

2000

10 No

2500

12 No

3000

14 No

3500

16 No

Non-standard lengths, profiles and


bolting patterns are available on request.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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AN FENDER
Rated Performance Data (RPD)*
160
140
120

E1.0

E1.5

E2.0

E2.5

E3.0

4.3
ER
AN 150
RR 74.0

5.0
85.1

5.6
96.2

6.5
112

7.4
127

AN 200

ER
7.6
RR 98.6

8.8
113

10.0
128

11.6
149

13.1
169

AN 250

ER 11.9
RR 123

13.8
142

15.6
160

18.1
186

20.5
211

AN 300

ER 17.1
RR 148

19.8
170

22.5
192

26.0
223

29.5
253

AN 400

ER 30.5
RR 197

35.3
227

40.0
256

46.3
297

52.5
338

AN 500

ER 47.6
RR 247

55.0
284

62.4
321

72.2
372

82.0
422

AN 600

ER 68.6
RR 296

79.3
341

89.9
385

103
446

116
507

AN 800

ER
RR

122
394

141
454

160
513

185
594

210
675

AN 1000

ER
RR

191
493

221
567

250
641

289
743

328
844

80
60

120
100
80
60
40
20
0
10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Deflection (%)
51.5%

40
20
0
0

Energy (%)

Reaction (%)

100

*In Accordance with PIANC.


Performance per metre length.

[ Units: kN, kNm ]

example

Intermediate deections
Di (%)

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

51.5

55

Ei (%)

14

25

37

50

63

74

85

96

100

111

Ri (%)

24

51

73

89

98

100

96

89

82

91

100

141

Ri

Di

Nominal rated deflection may vary at RPD. Refer to p1235.

PIANC factors

(from 3rd party witnessed Type Approval testing)

Angle factor

Temperature factor

Velocity factor

Angle ()

AF

Temperature (C)

TF

Time (seconds)

VF

1.000

50

0.882

1.014

0.963

40

0.926

1.005

30

0.969

1.004

23

1.000

1.003

10

1.056

1.099

1.003

1.002

5
8

Ei

0.952
0.939

10

0.924

15

0.817

20

0.535

-10

1.143

-20

1.186

1.000

-30

1.230

10

1.000

For steady state deceleration, the


compression time is:
2d
t (seconds) =
Vi
d = fender deflection (mm)
Vi = impact speed (mm/s)
If compression time t<4s, please ask.
Refer to page 12 for further information.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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ANP FENDER
Rated Performance Data (RPD)*
140

120

E1.0

E1.5

E2.0

E2.5

E3.0

ER 5.6
ANP 150
RR 88.8

6.5
102

7.3
115

8.4
133

9.5
150

ANP 200

ER
RR

9.9
118

11.4
136

13
154

14.9
177

16.8
200

ANP 250

ER 15.6
RR 148

17.9
170

20.2
192

23.3
221

26.3
250

ANP 300

ER 22.4
RR 178

25.8
205

29.1
231

33.5
266

37.8
300

ANP 400

ER 39.8
RR 237

45.8
273

51.7
308

59.5
354

67.2
400

ANP 500

ER 62.1
RR 296

71.5
341

80.8
385

92.9
443

105
500

ANP 600

ER 89.3
RR 355

103
409

116
462

134
531

151
600

ANP 800

ER
RR

159
473

183
544

207
615

238
708

269
800

ANP 1000

ER
RR

249
592

286
681

323
769

372 420
885 1000

Reaction (%)

100

80
140
60

120

80

40

60
40

20

Energy (%)

100

20
0

0
0

10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55
54%
Deflection (%)

*In Accordance with PIANC.


Performance per metre length.

[ Units: kN, kNm ]

example

Intermediate deections
Di (%)

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

54

57.5

Ei (%)

13

23

34

46

58

70

81

91

100

110

Ri (%)

23

49

71

87

96

100

98

92

84

84

100

139

Ri

Di

Nominal rated deflection may vary at RPD. Refer to p1235.

PIANC factors

(from 3rd party witnessed Type Approval testing)

Angle factor

Temperature factor

Velocity factor

Angle ()

AF

Temperature (C)

TF

Time (seconds)

VF

1.000

50

0.882

1.008

0.945

40

0.926

1.003

30

0.969

1.002

23

1.000

1.001

10

1.056

1.099

1.000

1.000

5
8

Ei

0.905
0.840

10

0.794

15

0.669

20

0.529

-10

1.143

-20

1.186

1.000

-30

1.230

10

1.000

For steady state deceleration, the


compression time is:
2d
t (seconds) =
Vi
d = fender deflection (mm)
Vi = impact speed (mm/s)
If compression time t<4s, please ask.
Refer to page 12 for further information.

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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CORNER
ARCH
Berth corners are very difficult to
protect. Corner Arch fenders are
available in three standard sizes and
provide a simple, easily installed
solution to prevent damage from
smaller vessels.

Other corner
fender solutions

Donut
M

Wheels
J

0.25H
H

Dimensions
H

Fender Bars

Anchors Weight

CA 150 150 1000 300

240

25

95

110

690

237 8 M20

80

CA 250 250

750 500

410

40

160

130

420

262 8 M24

142

CA 300 300

625 600

490

44

190

140

360

200 8 M30

208

[ Units: mm, kg ]

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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ARCH FENDERS
Proven
in practice

Standard manufacturing and performance tolerances apply (see pages 1236 to 1239)
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