1. Harbors and port terminals
  2. Port equipment
  3. Harbor fender
  4. Trelleborg Marine and Infrastructure

Harbor fender WF series

harbor fender
harbor fender
harbor fender
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Wheel fenders are widely used on marine environments with exposed corners to help ships manoeuver into berths and narrow channels such as locks and dry-dock entrances. The main axle slides on bearings and the wheel reacts against back rollers to provide high energy and minimal rolling resistance, whilst the stainless steel and composite Trelleborg Orkot® bearings are almost zero maintenance. Features Highest energy absorption Very low rolling resistance Used singly or in multiple stacks Low maintenance casing design Applications ⮚ Lock approaches ⮚ Exposed corners ⮚ Dry-dock entrances and walls Fender Quality Framework The Fender Quality Framework details the latest research into rubber fenders to provide a central resource for smarter fender selection. You will find an overview of our deep research library, with links to more in-depth resources such as relevant reports, webinars and specification clauses. Learn more Fender Online Tools Try our new fender online tool, with enhanced features, including specification generators for fenders and bollards and a fender system selector for ship-to-ship applications. Developed in accordance with PIANC guidelines and British Standards, the tool simplifies fender selection, reducing hours of work to a few clicks. Open tool Marine Fender Performance Verification In this new User Guide, Trelleborg suggests moving towards independent testing as a means of guaranteeing fender performance. Download PDF Rolling Fenders and Safety Products Brochure Find out more about Trelleborg's comprehensive range of bespoke rolling fenders which include Wheel and Roller Fenders and Cushion Rollers.
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