... Outstanding vessel manoeuvrability made possible in co-operation with Hamburg-based Becker Marine Systems, the market leader for high-performance rudders Improved onboard comfort levels compared ...
... A bulbous profile and large vane end plates improve low speed manoeuvrability. It shares the same profile as the FB flap rudder and is typically used for offshore supply, cargo, fishing and seismic vessels. Options: ...
... is optimised to provide good manoeuvrability with propulsive efficiency, with a tapered or rectangular blade, meeting the rudder needs of passenger and cargo vessels. Options: Twisted leading edge Wire Guard
... feeder vessels and ferries Optional trailing edge flap available Using the experience of aft ship optimisation with energy-saving devices and flow-optimised rudders, Becker is ...
... Support Rudder) arrangement provides multiple benefits for high-speed vessels compared to conventional semi-spade rudder designs. Typical applications include container vessels, reefers, ...
... offers an extensive range of rudders including flap rudders. The rudders provided by Nakashima feature a rudder trunk with a unique structure. The carrier part, seal ...
... Application: Steering sets are used to provide the required maneuverability of ships. Basic data: - set consist of: rudder blade, trunk and rudder stock + steering gear - rudder ...
Promac full spade rudder has the following characteristics: Various rudder types available for inland shipping and seagoing vessels Optimum course stability and manoeuvring ...
... cavitation erosion 45º rudder angle, 90º flap angle Applications Fast and medium-speed vessels requiring high manoeuvring performance: Ro-Pax ferries, mega feeders, multi-purpose vessels, offshore ...
... parts significantly increases the rudders lifespan and the Van der Velden® ATLANTIC rudder is also known for its low drag and low vibration. The rudder can be delivered with Van der ...
How to choose this product
The ships rudder is an assembly of elements allowing the vessel to be steered. It is mounted aft of the propeller, but is controlled from the bridge.
The rudder pivots to alter the direction of the ship while sailing or maneuvering.
The rudder comprises a series of parts allowing it to pivot, though the term often is used to designate the rudder blade, alone. Usually, the rudder is mounted aft of the propeller. Thus, the propeller's wake flows over the rudder blade. In order for the ship to be controlled effectively, water flow over the rudder must reach a minimum speed, known as steerage way.
How to choose
Rudder blades have many different shapes. Each reacts differently to the water flowing over it. Rudder size should be appropriate for the size of the ship.
- Ineffective at extremely low speeds