TYPE π

 

TYPE π

 

Feature
1.Bigger area exists on the top of the rubber fender and the inferface has smaller pressure 
2.Used in over 10,000 tons class dock with the properties of high energy absorption and low reaction force; 
3.The straddle between the two knightheadscan be adjusted and the compressive deflection is up to 52.5% 
4.That the surface of anti-collision borard if made up of HDPE Plate or Nylon Plate accounts for small attrition quotiety.
5.Can be installed verticallu or horizontally, No need supporting chain

 

Specification 


Specification(mm)

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

j

H600

1500

600

150

500

200

1500

500

65

370

500

H800

1500

800

100

600

100

1700

600

70

460

500

H1000

2000

1000

250

700

100

2000

700

75

550

600

H1250

2500

1250

325

800

250

2450

800

75

650

850

 

TYPE π

 

length and installation size of type π rubber fender 
L=1500


Specification

H600

H800

H1000

H1250

a

1500

1500

1500

1500

b

700

700

700

700

c

1000

1000

1000

1000

d

700

700

700

700

e

150

150

150

150

f

150

150

150

150

 

L=2000


Specification

H600

H800

H1000

H1250

a

2000

2000

2000

2000

b

650

650

650

650

b1

550

550

550

550

c

1500

1500

1500

1500

d

600

600

600

600

e

150

150

150

150

f

150

150

150

150

 

TYPE π 

L=2500

Specification

H600

H800

H1000

H1250

a

2500

2500

2500

2500

b

550

550

550

550

b1

600

600

600

600

b2

550

550

550

550

c

2000

2000

2000

2000

d

850

850

850

850

e

150

150

150

150

f

150

150

150

150

 

TYPE π 


L=3000

Specification

H600

H800

H1000

H1250

a

3000

3000

3000

3000

b

550

550

550

550

b1

600

600

600

600

b2

500

500

500

500

b3

550

550

550

550

c

2500

2500

2500

2500

d

700

700

700

700

e

200

200

200

200

f

150

150

150

150

 

Performance 

TYPE π

 

 

Length\Per.
\Comp

 

 High Reaction Force C0

 

Standard Type C1

 

Low Reaction Force1C2

 

Low Reaction Force2C3

 

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

1.0

46.2

10.6

39.6

9.1

33.0

7.6

26.4

6.0

1.5

69.3

15.9

59.4

13.6

49.5

11.3

39.6

9.1

2.0

92.4

21.2

79.2

18.1

66.0

15.1

52.8

12.1

2.5

115.5

26.5

99.0

22.7

82.5

18.9

66.0

15.1

3.0

138.6

31.8

118.8

27.2

99.0

22.7

79.2

18.1

 

TYPE π

 

 

Length\Per.
\Comp

 

 High Reaction Force C0

 

Standard Type C1

 

Low Reaction Force1C2

 

Low Reaction Force2C3

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

1.0

61.6

18.8

52.8

16.1

44.0

13.4

35.2

10.8

1.5

92.4

28.2

79.2

24.2

66.0

20.2

52.8

16.1

2.0

123.2

37.6

105.6

32.3

88.0

26.9

70.4

21.5

2.5

154.04

47.0

132.0

40.3

110.0

33.6

88.0

26.9

3.0

184.8

56.4

158.4

48.4

132.0

40.3

105.6

32.3

 

TYPE π

 

 

Length\Per.
\Comp

High Reaction Force GP0

Standard Type GP1

Standard Type GP2

Reaction Force(t)

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

Reaction Force(t)

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

Reaction Force(t)

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

1.0

77.0

31.9

66.0

27.4

55.0

22.8

1.5

115.5

47.9

99.0

41.0

82.5

34.2

2.0

154.0

63.8

132.0

54.7

110.0

45.6

2.5

192.5

79.8

165.0

68.4

137.0

57.0

3.0

231.5

95.8

198.0

82.1

165.0

68.4

 

TYPE π

 

 

Length\Per.
\Comp

High Reaction Force

GP1 Standard Type

Standard Type GP2

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

 

Reaction Force(t)

 

Energy Absorption
(t-m)

1.0

96.3

49.9

82.5

42.8

68.8

35.6

1.5

144.4

74.8

123.8

64.1

103.1

53.4

2.0

192.5

99.8

165.8

85.5

137.5

71.3

2.5

240.6

124.7

206.3

106.9

171.9

89.1

3.0

288.8

149.6

247.5

128.3

206.3

106.9