Rubber Cylindrical Fenders

Item Code: RC0802

Excl. VAT

Material: SBR/Natural Blend Elastomer
Colour: Black
Due to the specific nature of this product please call or email us with any enquiries
This product is manufactured to order

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Rubber Cylindrical Fenders

The Rubber Company manufacture hollow rubber cylindrical fenders for use on vessels, quays, docks, and jetty’s. People commonly use rubber fenders to prevent damage to both vessel and docks by absorbing the impact of contact. You can easily mount the Rubber Company’s rubber cylindrical fenders onto the hull of the ship using suspended installation. We can also manufacture the fenders with tapered ends to get a body bend connection to the hull of the vessel. We can also supply pre curved rubber cylindrical fenders and cut to required length.

Designed to prevent the vessel and the dock from taking damage during berthing and anchoring processes, as it can effectively counteract the force generated during vessel berthing.

Rubber cylindrical fenders in the smaller sizes are made with an extrusion method. When in the larger sizes we use a wrapping method

We have a wide range of sizes available to fit your specific needs.  Enabling you to use them in a variety of ways, the fenders are very versatile. Suspended either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

If you have any inquiries about our fenders don’t hesitate to get in contact with us, either by phone or email.

Ideal for a Variety of Applications

Bulk cargo berths

General cargo quays

RoRo and ferry terminals

Fishing and work boat berths

Pontoons and floating structures

Tug havens

Shipping and Manufacture

Our rubber cylindrical fenders are shipped direct to you from our warehouse in Romsey, Hampshire in the United Kingdom. This product is also quality tested by our specialist staff.  This ensures that we can offer you the best quality product possible.

Marine Protection, Safety Product, Impact Absorption
Cylindrical Fender
SBR/Natural Blend Elastomer