Dock Systems Rubber Fenders

  • Seaward International, Inc., Falls Church, Va., has expanded its line of marine fenders with the addition of the Sumitomo brand rubber dock fenders for which Seaward is now the exclusive U.S. representative.

    Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., makes a wide variety of rubber fenders, primarily for docks and piers, which complement Seaward International's line of foam-filled marine fenders.

    Seaward manufactures the Sea Cushion® fender. More recently, Seaward International developed the Floating Donut piling fender and the Sea Guard fender in response to specific fendering needs of the offshore and marine industries.

    Seaward will be offering Sumitomo's Pi and Lambda fenders.

    The Pi fenders have two outstanding features. The span of the buffers of the Pi fender can be adjusted so that a larger rubbing board can be fitted in order to offer lower face pressures, meet wide tidal variations, or cover a wide area of quay wall.

    The Pi fender can also be installed either vertically or horizontally without the need for additional specific supports.

    The Lambda fender was designed so that its face contacts the ship's hull evenly, offering stable performance during berthing operations.

    As exclusive distributors, Seaward International will be able to offer a full range of support services to the U.S. purchasers of Sumitomo fenders.

    For full details and free literature on Seaward's line of marine fenders, Write 71 on Reader Service Card

  • or hard rubber fend- Tough Outer Skin Foam filled fenders have a rugged polyurethane elastomer outer skin, with nothing o snag hull protrusions or dock fittings. To provide added strength, the thick skin is reinforced with nylon filaments. Independent tests have shown that this gives the outer skin

  • to trawlers, supply vessels and workboats. Other applications for Schuyler's laminated rubber fenders include shoreside facilities, such as ports, docks and marinas, and offshore platforms and rigs. According to owners Greg Armfield and Dennis Kerber, the company's products are economical, durable

  • . Mr. Gensler will be responsible for the sale of Seaward's entire line of marine products. Seaward's products include the SEA CUSHION ship and dock fenders, the floating DONUT piling fenders and the new SEA GUARD platform leg and dock fenders. In addition to the foam-filled, high-capacity marine

  • value as compared with molded rubber fenders. This new system joins the company's line of standard and custom fenders for all purposes—ship docking, barge handling and submarine handling. Viking also carries a complete line of pier and terminal bumpers and bow fender systems for use under

  • to the marine industry. Vessels are built today with the maximum economy of materials to minimize capital investments and can ill-afford drydocking due to berthing accidents. The same can also be said for the harbors. Berthing damage and repairs are unneeded expenditures and far too costly to

  • Seaward International, Inc. recently delivered nine 2-foot-diameter by 10-foot-long netless highcapacity foam-filled marine fenders to the Virgin Islands Port Authority. The fenders were installed at the Port Authority pier at Gallows Bay on the island of St. Croix, where they are used by Renaissance

  • —Literature Offered InterTrade Industries, Ltd. of Huntington Beach, Calif., and Washington, D.C. area, one of the world's largest suppliers of marine fenders, has been selected by the U.S. Navy to protect their ships and piers at the U.S. Naval Base in Norfolk, Va. The award, under contract No.

  • the host of other sophisticated facilities at the Singapore yard. The new pier, allowing easier access for supplies and services to three floating docks on its eastern side and for outfitting jobs for giant tankers on the western side, is expected to significantly increase the ratio of berths to

  • container terminal in Jacksonville, Fla. The fenders cover about 1,800 feet at the two containership berths on the pier, and are installed along the dock face as a permanent part of the docking facility. They provide increased standoff and greater protection for the j e t t y and the vessels it serves

  • 70 pound fenders, measuring 2 feet in diameter by 3 feet long, will be utilized throughout the Navy for shipboard use in ship-to-ship and ship-to-dock applications. This contract, in conjunction with the recently announced receipt of another contract from the Naval Supply Center at Norfolk, Va

  • of the donut fender allows for a smooth berthing for passenger ferries — a situation where customer comfort is paramount. Applications include: • Dock fendering in areas of large tidal swings; • Turning dolphins; • Breasting Dolphins; • Corner Protection; • Bridge Protection; • Ferry Terminals

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