M fenders are widely used in the corner of the boat or the stern or the pier or the float. It is produced by extremely durable rubber by extruded molding, and the length is usually no more than 2000 mm. This type of fenders have a wider flexible contact surface and three mounting holes to make the fender more robust and durable. The contact surface is large and easy to bend, and the push pressure generated during working is relatively low. The groove contact surface is suitable for grasping, and the design of three “legs” enables it to have a solid connection strength. It is mainly used for tugs and barges in various ports.
M fender is relatively easy to install. Installation is usually performed with the help of fixed-pin through three standard openings. Its weight is very light in each contact area. They can be installed on a very tight curve, fixing the pin through the center M drilling. M fenders have a variety of lengths to choose from and can be tilted cut. If the length exceeds 1000 mm (3 ‘3 “), an opening for the support strip can be added.
The fenders manufactured and provided by Boomarine are made from rubber materials, and can withstand the worst environment. The unique design allows you to easily convert to the inner angle or outer angle protection. Our marine fenders are recognized by many international buyers. We also offer BV, LR, ABS, NK and other certificates. If you are interested in our products, please feel free to contact us for more details.
Features of M Fenders:
- High energy absorption and low reaction force.
- Large contact area, low surface area.
- Multiple sizes and energy capacity are available.
- When the fender is compressed, its arched shape can reduce stress concentration.
- The vulcanization of the package metal part is sealed.
- Steel mounting plates and open legs at the bottom of the fender make it easy to install fenders in any parking facility.
Applications of M Fenders:
- Container Terminal
- Grocery Terminal
- Small Craft Berths
- Barge and Tug Boats
- Work Boats
- Corners of Wharf