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Overview of Arch Rubber Fender
Super arch (DA) rubber fender is one of the most widely used fenders at present. It has many advantages such as high energy absorption, flexible layout and suitable installation scale. The energy absorbed per unit product weight is only next to the super drum fender in the compression fender, 3.5 times higher than the cylindrical fender and 2.3 times higher than the D fender, which saves material.
85 Service life. A super-arch fender with an impact-proof steel frame (PE) in front of the rubber crossing plate appears. However, when the fender is subjected to local force, the fender is scrapped due to the failure of the anti-impact steel frame to recover after deformation. Therefore, the products of the fender structure gradually disappear before they are recognized by the majority of users (excluding the combination type). Characteristics:
1. When the design compression deformation is large (without increasing the reaction force), the rubber gasket is 20% higher than V-type and 8% higher than M-type, which greatly increases the energy absorption of products.
2. In the compression fender series, arch fender (TD-B) has high energy absorption per unit weight (rubber consumption). 3. It has good anchorage and is suitable for ships, wharfs, docks and so on. It has a wide range of applications. Zy16
4. The disadvantage is that the pressure acting on the ship's side slab is high, so it is not suitable for ships (such as oil tankers) with lower strength of the ship's side slab. Fifth, the front of TD-BB fender (working face) is equipped with anti-impact board and PE panel, which can reduce the surface pressure and friction coefficient with the ship plate, thus greatly reducing the mooring shear force. A kind of
6. When the ship's side plate is uneven (small boat or protrusion), it often causes the deformation and damage of the impact plate of TD-BB fender in berthing. The TD-BPE fender is designed to meet this need, so as to reduce the friction coefficient and the shear force of berthing.