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  • M A R I T I M EI n t e r n a t i o n a l I n c

    DESIGN MANUFACTURING TESTING

    M A R I N E F E N D E R S

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    MCN Cone Fenders Introduction 3

    MCN Cone Fender Geometry & Dimensions 4

    MCN Cone Fenders Technical Data 5

    MCN Cone Fenders Intermediate Rubber Grades 6

    MCS Cell Fenders Introduction 7

    MCS Cell Fender Geometry & Dimensions 8

    MCS Cell Fenders Technical Data 9

    MCS Cell Fenders Intermediate Rubber Grades 10

    ME Leg Fenders Introduction 11

    ME Leg Fender Geometry & Dimensions 12

    ME Leg Fenders Technical Data 13

    ME Leg Fenders Intermediate Rubber Grades 14

    AD Arch Fenders Introduction 15

    AD Arch Fender Geometry & Dimensions 16

    AD Arch Fenders Technical Data 17

    AD Arch Fenders Intermediate Rubber Grades 18

    Profile Fenders Introduction 19

    MCO Cylindrical Rubber Fenders 20

    MWG Wing Type Rubber Fenders 20

    MSD Square D-Bore Rubber Fenders 21

    MSO Square O-Bore Rubber Fenders 21

    MDO DO-Bore Rubber Fenders 22

    MDD DD-Bore Rubber Fenders 22

    Other Fenders 23

    Laminated I-Beam/Structural Rubber Fenders 23

    HSF Shear Fenders 23

    Laminated Pile-Wrap Rubber Fenders 24

    Foam Filled Fenders 25

    Monopile Donut Floating Fenders 26

    UHMW & Fixing Hardware 27

    UHMW PE Face Pads 27

    Anchor Shackles 28

    Dock Fender Chain 29

    Anchor Bolts 30

    2

    MCN CONE FENDERSMaritime Internationals MCN cone fender represents the most

    modern technology being offered in the fender industry today. MCN fenders have the highest energy to reaction ratios of any fender

    currently in use. The high efficiency of the fender allows a smaller, less costly, rubber fender to be installed. The MCN Cone Fender

    has a design deflection of 70% of its height and provides great flexibility in its application to operators.

    3

  • MCN GEOMETRY

    MCN DIMENSIONS

    MCN CONE FENDERS

    Other sizes available. Dimensions are subject to change. Verify current dimensions with Maritime when ordering any fender.

    4

    MCN GENERIC PERFORMANCE CURVE

    MCN PERFORMANCEIntermediate grades can be interpolated from standard grades

    MCN CONE FENDER TECHNICAL DATA

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 70% deflection Maximum deflection = 72.5% R = 112% E = 104% Tolerance = +/- 10%

    5

  • MCN INTERMIDIATE RUBBER GRADES

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 70% deflection Maximum deflection = 72.5% R = 112% E = 104% Tolerance = +/- 10%

    6

    MCS CELL FENDERSMaritime Internationals MCS Cell fender is the most commonly

    used fender in the industry. It is unmatched in durability and reliability and has proven itself over decades of service. MCS fenders

    are available in the widest range of sizes of any fender type. The large mounting flanges serve to distribute the fender load

    over the back of the fender panel frame and allows easy installation of the mounting bolts.

    7

  • MCS GEOMETRY

    MCS DIMENSIONS

    Other sizes available. Dimensions are subject to change. Verify current dimensions with Maritime when ordering any fender.

    MCS CELL FENDERS

    T

    H

    D E

    T

    DE

    N-C

    E

    8

    MCS GENERALIZED PERFORMANCE CURVE

    MCS PERFORMANCE

    MCS CELL FENDER TECHNICAL DATA

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 52.5% deflection Maximum deflection = 55% R = 106% E = 106% Tolerance = +/- 10%

    Intermediate grades can be interpolated from standard grades

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  • MCS INTERMEDIATE RUBBER GRADES

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 52.5% deflection Maximum deflection = 55% R = 106% E = 106% Tolerance = +/- 10%

    10

    ME LEG FENDERSMaritime Internationals ME Leg / Element fender provides a

    compact solution for the mounting of fenders in limited areas. These fenders are high performance units which are extremely versatile. ME fenders have a narrower footprint than traditional leg fenders

    which allows for a multitude of configurations. They can be fixed behind a panel or a pile and can be provided in varying lengths. ME leg fenders can also be used with a

    UHMW-PE shield to provide a low cost alternative to an arch type fender.

    11

  • ME LEG FENDERS

    ME GEOMETRY

    ME LEG FENDERS DIMENSIONS

    12

    H

    B

    W

    C

    AD

    D K E K

    H

    Other sizes available. Dimensions are subject to change. Verify current dimensions with Maritime when ordering any fender.Dimension table based on 1000mm lengths for one leg.

    ME LEG FENDERS

    ME GENERALIZED PERFORMANCE CURVE

    ME PERFORMANCEIntermediate grades can be interpolated from standard grades

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 57.5% deflection Maximum deflection = 62.5% R = 129% E = 114% Tolerance = +/- 10%Performance based on 1000mm length.

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  • ME INTERMEDIATE RUBBER GRADES

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 57.5% deflection Maximum deflection = 62.5% R = 129% E = 114% Tolerance = +/- 10% Based on 1000mm lengths for one leg.

    14

    AD ARCH FENDERSMaritime Internationals AD Arch fender is a V type fender that

    has been optimized for increased energy absorption compared to traditional arch fenders on the market. They are particularly useful

    for vessels with high allowable hull pressures and for locations where mounting space is limited. A variety of sizes and

    lengths are offered. Additionally these fenders can be supplied with bolted or bonded UHMW facings.

    15

  • V

    N X S

    L

    R C X D

    AD ARCH RUBBER FENDERSAD ARCH RUBBER FENDERS

    AD GENERALIZED PERFORMANCE CURVE

    AD PERFORMANCE

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 52.5% deflection Maximum deflection = 55% R = 139% E = 107% Tolerance = +/- 10%Performance based on 1000mm length.

    AD GEOMETRY

    AD DIMENSIONS

    Other sizes available. Dimensions are subject to change. Verify current dimensions with Maritime when ordering any fender.

    TF

    E

    H

    W

    Intermediate grades can be interpolated from standard grades

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  • AD INTERMEDIATE RUBBER GRADES

    R = reaction E = energy Values shown are for standard 52.5% deflection Maximum deflection = 55% R = 139% E = 107% Tolerance = +/- 10%Performance based on 1000mm length.

    18

    PROFILE FENDERSMaritime Internationals profile fenders include cylindrical, D shape, square, wing type and many other shapes. The inherent simplicity of the installation and operation of these fenders makes these units an

    economical solution for docks and piers that are required to cope with a variety of vessels. Maritime provides a standard range

    of sizes for each profile, but is able to manufacture to suit specific needs. All profile fenders can be mounted in a

    variety of methods and we can provide you with a configuration to suit your needs.

    19

  • MCO CYLINDRICAL RUBBER FENDERS

    MWG WING TYPE RUBBER FENDERS

    LIDOD

    AH

    B

    WF

    E

    R=reaction E = energy Design deflection = 50% Performance based on 1000mm length. Performance values and deflections are only for fenders in which the inside diameter equals 50% of outside diameter.Contact Maritime for performance at deflections greater than 50%.

    PROFILE FENDERS

    20

    MSD SQUARE D-BORE RUBBER FENDERS

    MSO SQUARE O-BORE RUBBER FENDERS

    Type A

    C

    E

    Type BF

    DH

    W

    A

    F

    E

    PROFILE FENDERS

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    H

    W

    A

  • Dolphin I-Beam/Structural Fenders

    HSF SHEAR FENDERS

    Type AWeld-less Countersink style with pre-punched through-ways Fender is posi-tioned into I-beam with attachment bolts passing through I-beam or channel and pre-punched through-ways in fender

    Type BStandard Securing fl atbar welded directly to steel fascia

    Type CCountersink Through rods are coutersunk and welded into fl atbar rather than nutted Fender is welded into existing channel

    Type DAngle Securing Angle welded to steel fascia or bolted into concrete fascia

    Type EExtended Securing fl atbar extends over steel or concrete box struc-ture for welding or bolting

    Type FClamp Steel clamps secure fender to backside of I-beam

    Prepunched through-ways for attachment bolts to pass

    Air cells (optional for increased softness)

    DUB (optional as required)

    Laminated rubber fenders are perfect for dock application that do not require energy absorption but rather a rugged, tough rubbing surface. These fenders are very well suited for barge dock operations where a durable, long lasting rubbing surface is needed

    Model 115 Fenders are manufactured and designed for quick and reliable installation in the fi eld.

    Various attachment confi gurations available - bolt or weld on.

    Tough plies of reinforced rubber eliminates chipping, unlike molded rubber or wood timbers.

    Size and softness (solid or SR3D-2) varies to satisfy particular design requirements.

    Vertical or horizontal mounting.

    CB

    H

    LW

    D

    A

    Maritime International, Inc. maintains a large inventory of high performance shear type fenders for quick call-out repair and replacement works. Our shear fenders are drop-in repl