|Place Of Origin::||Guangdong, China||Part:||Hinge|
|Size:||Accpet Customers Designs||Keyword:||Rubber Fenders|
Marine Rubber Boat Mooring Fenders Marine Dock D-Fenders
D-type fender is made of marine-grade flexible PVC, which has excellent durability and low cost. It is also one of the most common fender types. D-fenders are kept in stock in all sizes for fast delivery. Non-standard sizes and customer-specific versions can also be produced with short lead times.
Harbors, ports, boats, and vessels endure ongoing strain from knocks and bumps, which cause damage and erosion. This requires continuous upkeep to maintain the structural integrity of vessels and structures. Our rubber D fenders and cylindrical fenders form a protective barrier for structures and vessels to minimize the damage caused by impact.
D shape fenders absorb the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel berthing against a jetty, quay wall, or another vessel, preventing damage.
Our fenders can be pre-drilled, pre-curved, chamfered, and cut to specific lengths. This will assist with installation and meet the requirements of the application. Our rubber D fenders have a flat rear surface to make installation on a flat surface easy.
D fenders are widely used in various sizes and designs on:
workboats/tugboats/pilot boats/fishing boats/pontoons/quays/piers/loading bays/car parks trucks/building interiors
1) Popular D-type extrusion
2) Can be supplied in long lengths
3) Easy to install
4) Can be supplied in non-marking colors
Shenzhen Kaishin Marine Accessories Co., Ltd, established in 2019, is a professional engaged in the sale and service of floating docks and dock accessories. The aluminum dock pontoons can be fitted with electrical or water systems and all accessories (such as floating walkways, dock fingers, gangways/floating bridges, pile caps, WPC decking, fenders, mooring cleats, power pedestals, HDPE dock floats, etc.)for the end users.
We are committed to producing competitive dock products and accessories for dock builders, marinas, yacht clubs, retailers, and individual consumers.