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The Book

V 02

Fendercare Marine has the following accreditations:


ISO 9001
ISO 9001:2008 is the internationally recognised standard for quality.
Certification to it reassures your customers that your organisation is
fully committed to quality by continuously undergoing the scrutiny
of an accredited third party certification body. Fendercare Marine is
committed to maintaining high levels of quality throughout.
OHSAS 18001
The internationally recognised specification OHSAS 18001 was
developed in response to market demand for a health and safety
management system standard against which organisations are
assessed and certified. Assessment and certification to OHSAS 18001
demonstrates Fendercare Marines commitment to continual
improvement in health and safety performance and to compliance
with legislation through maintenance of an Occupational Health
and Management System (OHSMS).
ISO 14001
ISO 14001 has been developed in response to rising concern about
the effect our activities and businesses are having on ourselves and
the world in which we live.
ISO 14001 is an international standard that provides a framework
for organisations of any size to control and improve environmental
performance via an Environmental Management System (EMS).
Fendercare Marine has held the ISO 14001 certificate since 2004,
and constantly strives to improve its green credentials.

About us
Fendering

8-20
21-27
28-31
32-36
37-39

Floating Fenders
Multi-Purpose Fenders
Fender Systems
Fixed Fender Systems
Bespoke Solutions

Deck and Mooring


Mooring
Deckside
Quayside
Load and Stress Monitoring

44-108
109-127
128-131
132-134

Flotation
138-142
143-155
156-160
161-166

Mooring Buoys
Navigation Buoys
Offshore Buoys
Subsurface Buoys

Diving
170-175
176-179

Diving Services
Diving Equipment

Lifting
Lifting Services
Lifting Equipment
Load and Stress Monitoring

184
185-195
196-210

Surface Preparation
Made to Order
Sale and Hire

214, 218-221
215-217

Fuels Infrastructure
Services
Hoses

225-226
227

Marine Engineering
Services

231

Renowned for its Yokohama


fenders, Fendercare Marine
has developed into the
pre-eminent supplier of
marine equipment services
throughout the world

Welcome to Fendercare Marine


Fendercare Marine is one of the worlds leading suppliers of marine
equipment and services. With many years of experience in a wide range of
specialisations, we are uniquely placed to provide effective solutions for
any business involved in ships or the sea.
A member of James Fisher & Sons plc, the UK's leading marine service
company, Fendercare Marine is able to leverage the extensive capabilities
of other Group companies to provide complete solutions that create
superior value for our customers in the global marine sector.
We serve four principal markets:

Commercial marine
Ship builders, owners and operators, port construction and management.

Offshore energy
Equipment and services for rigs, pipelines, shore facilities and support
vessels.

Renewables
Our extensive offshore experience is meeting the new needs of businesses
investing in this vital area.

Naval
Jetty, berthing and shipboard solutions for the worlds navies.
Quality of manufacture, innovative designs and efficient service are the
hallmarks of all Fendercare Marine products and operations. Customers
are served by an extensive established worldwide network of supply bases
which bring local knowledge to our product and service development.

The Book
The Book lists our extensive range of equipment and services for
marine businesses. It aims to provide all the detail that you need
to select, specify and order the products that meet your needs.
If what is here does not precisely meet your needs, please view our
website or contact your regional office. We are sure to be able to help.
We can also draw together services and equipment to meet major
challenges and solve new problems, working in partnership with
customers around the world.

A member of James Fisher & Sons plc

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Fendering


Floating Fenders

Yokohama Floating Fenders Pneumatic 50/80


Hippo Floating Foam Fenders
Hippo Floating Donut Fenders
Floating Pneumatic Submarine Fenders
Naval Lightweight Grey Fenders

Extruded and moulded profiles

Hippo Vessel Fendering Systems

8-20

Multi-Purpose Fenders

21-27

Fender Systems

28-31

Fixed Fender Systems

32-36

Bespoke Solutions

37-39

We are the worlds


largest operator of
genuine Yokohama-brand
pneumatic fenders

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We bring the benefit of significant marine and operational expertise to all
our fender customers, working with them to ensure that they obtain the
best-fit, best value product to suit their fendering needs. The business of
Fendercare Marine was built on our ability to provide best in class fendering
solutions to our clients. We are not just a trading house, looking to sell
fenders on with a margin we are also, via our ship-to-ship transfer division,
the worlds largest operator of genuine Yokohama-brand pneumatic
fenders. To put it simply, we wouldnt stake our STS reputation on any other
brand of pneumatic fender.
These fenders are ideal for short-term port calls or one-off berthings;
interim fendering during construction or maintenance work; transfer
of cargoes at sea; buoyancy aids; providing vessel stand-off or
double berthing requirements. Additional fenders are provided to
naval specifications.
Our through-life support package involves not only swift and efficient
sale of new fenders, but also rental, hire purchase and repair/refurbishment
services. Highly trained staff at each of the bases in our global network are
able either to receive your damaged fenders for repair at our premises or to
travel to your site to undertake repair or refurbishment work on pneumatic
or foam filled fenders.
In addition to Yokohama floating fenders, we are now able to offer our
own brand of Hippo floating foam fenders along with a broad range of fixed
fenders and vessel fendering systems.
Our portfolio of fendering solutions can be summarised as:
Yokohama pneumatic and hydro-pneumatic fenders
Hippo floating foam fenders and donut fenders
multi-purpose fenders for dockside or vessel-side installation
Hippo vessel fendering systems
fixed fendering systems
bespoke solutions

We would encourage you to not just think of us as a supplier of fenders,


but as a support resource upon whom you can call for guidance as to
the best and most innovative solutions to your fendering requirements.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Fender
Systems
Floating

Floating Fenders
Yokohama Floating Fenders
Pneumatic 50/80
Yokohama began manufacturing floating pneumatic fenders in 1958.
Since then, more than 60,000 Yokohama fenders have been supplied into
ship-to-quay and ship-to-ship applications worldwide. Put quite simply,
over the course of the past half-century more people have put their faith
in Yokohama fenders than in any other brand of pneumatic fender.
And that faith has been justified by the durability and longevity of the
fenders providing an outstanding return on the investment which their
owners have made in them.
ISO 17357 is now firmly established within the marine industry as the
international standard for the manufacture, testing and performance of
pneumatic rubber fenders.
Over the years Fendercare Marine has discovered that although other
manufacturers may be claiming full compliance to ISO 17357, it can be
demonstrated that in certain cases irregularities have been found where
fenders that have been supplied as compliant do not in fact comply with
the standard in one or more of the following criteria:
incomplete material tests
hydrostatic pressure test wrongly conducted or failed
incorrect evaluation of angular and durability tests
incorrect reinforcement material used
rubber specifications not meeting ISO 17357 requirements
certificates out of date or non-existent
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

Yokohama can demonstrate compliance to PIANC 2002 for floating


pneumatic fenders. Further information can be supplied on request.

Advantages
Safe for excess load
The reaction force of a floating pneumatic fender does not increase sharply
even under excess load. Therefore, these fenders perform extremely well
under such conditions and, as a result, protect ships and mooring facilities.
No deterioration or variation in performance
Because pneumatic fenders use the compressive elasticity of air, there
is no performance deterioration due to fatigue. The performance of
these fenders remains unchanged at extremely low temperatures,
even below -50C.
Safety and reliability
Yokohama pneumatic rubber fenders are constructed using several layers
of strong tyre cord and are therefore extremely resistant to pressure and
cutting. The larger sizes (2.5m dia upward) are fitted with a safety valve to
prevent accidents in the event of over compression.

Construction
The fender body is constructed of an inner rubber layer, reinforcing cord
layers and an outer rubber layer. All of these layers are vulcanised together
and then proven by hydraulic pressure test.
The outer skin rubber compound is designed and manufactured to be
able to withstand both strenuous use including abrasion during adverse
weather conditions whilst protecting the cord layers and inner rubber.
The synthetic tyre cord layers are arranged at optimum angles designed
to distribute load and stress evenly. The inner rubber compound is
designed to be completely airtight, utilising a compound equivalent to
that of an inner tube of a car tyre.
To provide maximum strength and safety, the outer skin of a
hydro-pneumatic fender is thicker than a normal surface fender.
Outer rubber

Cord layers

Inner rubber

Flange opening

Typical cut section of fender wall


Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Properties of Outer and Inner Rubber Material


Test Item

Before ageing

After ageing test


method ISO188:1998
701C x 96 hrs

Inspection Methods

Outer Rubber

Inner Rubber

Tensile strength

ISO 37:1994

18 Mpa or more

10 Mpa or more

Elongation

ISO 37:1994

400% or more

400% or more

Hardness

ISO 7619:1997

6010 (Durometer
hardness Type A)

5010 (Durometer
hardness Type A)

Tensile strength

ISO 37:1994

Not less than 80% of the


original property

Not less than 80% of the


original property

Elongation

ISO 37:1994

Not less than 80% of the


original property

Not less than 80% of the


original property

Hardness

ISO 7619:1997

Not to exceed the original


property by more than 8

Not to exceed the original


property by more than 8

Tear resistance

ISO 34-1:1994

400 N/cm or more

No requirement

Compression test

ISO 815:1991

30% (701C for 22hrs) or less

No requirement

Static ozone ageing test

ISO 1431-1:1989

No cracks after elongation by


20% and exposure to 50pphm
at 40C for 96 hrs

No requirement

Simple and low cost installation


The weight of the fender is supported by the water on which it floats.
Fenders can, therefore, be moored simply by means of a guy rope or chain
at minimal cost. They can be removed easily to another position when not
in use and transferred to alternative mooring points as required.

Chain and tyre net


In the vast majority of cases, a chain and tyre net will be fitted to a
pneumatic fender to protect the body from damage by sharp objects or via
the absorption of sheer loads during berthing. The better the net, the more
protection it will offer.
From experience in using these fenders ourselves, we have developed a
unique high protection net system which offers more protection to the
body of the fender than any other net available in the market today
thereby potentially extending the life of the fender.

Fender fitted with Fendercare


Marine designed nets

Fender fitted with competitors net

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

We have the widest possible experience of the varying needs of a protective


net and offer a range to meet all needs:
lightweight nets to meet ships crane and davit limitations
heavy duty nets to cope with harsh sea conditions and high snatch loads
double nets to offer stand-off options
non-marking tyre nets for navy and cruise ship applications
rope nets for ultra lightweight applications
stainless steel nets for non-magnetic requirements

All Fendercare Marine nets are designed with ease of maintenance in


mind. The net is built in sections so it remains easy and cost effective
to repair, should a specific area of the net sustain damage.

Identification
Each fender has the following markings:
identification requirements
international standard number and applicable year
size (diameter and length)
initial internal pressure
date of manufacture
name of manufacturer
individual serial number
type of reinforcement layer

RFID tagging system


Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is now fitted to all Yokohama fenders.
A tag is buried in both ends of the fender enabling easy reading however
they are positioned. This RFID tag was introduced so you can identify the
individual fender should the standard markings become unreadable.
It will also assist in the maintenance of records and inventories over the
long-term.
Fendercare Marine are able to supply the RFID Tagging Reader as an
optional extra. This reader can read all RFID tags mounted on fenders
manufactured to this specification.
Fendercare Marine also maintains a database of all Yokohama fenders that
are sold worldwide and can therefore assist in returning fenders to their
rightful owners, should they become lost or stolen.

Certification
Each fender is supplied with a certificate, detailing the following:
material for rubber and fitting metal
satisfactory results of tests
record of compression test
dimension and weight
record of serial number and RFID tag number

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Technical Performance Table


Pneumatic 50 (Metric) Standard Sizes
Guaranteed
Energy
Reaction
Absorption Force at GEA
(GEA)

Hull
Pressure at
GEA

Nominal Size
Diameter x
Length

Initial
Internal
Pressure

Safety
Valve
Setting
Pressure

Testing
Pressure

Approx.
Fender
Body
Weight

Approx.
Weight of
Net

Weight of
Sling Type
(Type II)

mm x mm

kPa

kNm

kN

kPa

kPa

kPa

kg

kg

kg

500 x 1000

50

64

132

200

22

160

32

700 x 1500

50

17

137

135

200

45

185

55

1000 x 1500

50

32

182

122

200

73

250

98

1000 x 2000

50

45

257

132

200

88

385

113

1200 x 2000

50

63

297

126

200

131

430

156

1350 x 2500

50

102

427

130

200

200

675

240

1500 x 3000

50

153

579

132

200

250

795

290

1700 x 3000

50

191

639

128

200

290

830

330

2000 x 3500

50

308

875

128

200

405

1165

465

2000 x 4500

50

418

1188

137

200

480

1700

540

2500 x 4000

50

663

1381

137

175

250

902

1745

1080

2500 x 5500

50

943

2019

148

175

250

1090

2765

1320

3300 x 4500

50

1175

1884

130

175

250

1460

2650

1840

3300 x 6500

50

1814

3015

146

175

250

1870

3840

2250

3300 x 10600

50

3067

5257

158

175

250

2560

6755

3060

4500 x 9000

50

4752

5747

146

175

250

3940

7365

4500 x 12000

50

6473

7984

154

175

250

4790

9875

Note: 1. Figures on the table comply with requirements of ISO 17357.


2. Weight of fender body and net may vary 10%. Net weights are based on Fendercare Marines standard design.
3. Special sizes are available upon request.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Technical Performance Table


Pneumatic 80 (Metric) Standard Sizes
Guaranteed
Energy
Reaction
Absorption Force at GEA
(GEA)

Hull
Pressure at
GEA

Nominal Size
Diameter x
Length

Initial
Internal
Pressure

Safety
Valve
Setting
Pressure

Testing
Pressure

Approx.
Fender
Body
Weight

Approx.
Weight of
Net

Weight of
Sling Type
(Type II)

mm x mm

kPa

kNm

kN

kPa

kPa

kPa

kg

kg

kg

500 x 1000

80

85

174

250

24

160

34

700 x 1500

80

24

180

177

250

47

185

57

1000 x 1500

80

45

239

160

250

76

250

101

1000 x 2000

80

63

338

174

250

92

385

117

1200 x 2000

80

88

390

166

250

135

430

160

1350 x 2500

80

142

561

170

250

205

675

245

1500 x 3000

80

214

761

174

250

277

795

317

1700 x 3000

80

267

840

168

250

316

830

356

2000 x 3500

80

430

1150

168

250

413

1165

473

2000 x 4500

80

584

1560

179

250

488

1700

548

2500 x 4000

80

925

1815

180

230

300

1010

1745

1190

2500 x 5500

80

1317

2653

195

230

300

1230

2765

1460

3300 x 4500

80

1640

2476

171

230

300

1720

2650

2090

3300 x 6500

80

2532

3961

191

230

300

2200

3840

2570

3300 x 10600

80

4281

6907

208

230

300

3030

6755

3520

4500 x 9000

80

6633

7551

192

230

300

4380

7365

4500 x 12000

80

9037

10490

202

230

300

5330

9875

Note: 1. Figures on the table comply with requirements of ISO 17357.


2. Weight of fender body and net may vary 10%. Net weights are based on Fendercare Marines standard design.
3. Special sizes are available upon request.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

Hippo Floating Foam Fenders


Our in-house Hippo brand, manufactured in the UK, is one of the worlds
leading designers and manufacturers of floating foam fenders.
The use of memory foams for the fender core, which have high compressive
strengths, results in an ability to absorb a great deal of energy during
operation. This is complemented by low reaction forces, making berthing
operations easier especially in difficult conditions.
Users also gain peace of mind from knowing that the closed cell
structure of the foams used by Hippo means that these fenders are
virtually unsinkable and will keep functioning even if damaged
beyond viable repair.
Although fitted as standard with highly durable nylon reinforcement to
the outer skin, we are now uniquely able to offer Kevlar reinforcement
systems to those customers seeking the highest possible level of protection
from in-service damage and therefore, the best possible return on
their investment.
One other feature worthy of mention is the simple yet unique internal
structure of the fenders which allows the shear loads to be absorbed by a
through-chain arrangement terminating in end-shackles rather than the
body of the fender itself. This has been engineered so that in the event of
overload, any damaged components of this system can be replaced in
isolation as opposed to other foam fenders where the end-fittings form an
integral part of the internal workings of the fender and which, if damaged
by shear forces, can lead to the fender being written off.

Key features of Hippo fenders


High energy absorption/low reaction force
Virtually unsinkable
Simple, effective internal engineering
Low maintenance costs
Easy installation
Non-marking PU elastomer skin
Optional Kevlar reinforcement
Available with best in class Fendercare Marine chain and tyre nets
Standard range supplemented by bespoke design service

Typically Hippo floating fenders would be supplied as cylindrical units,


but due to our flexible manufacturing processes and our commitment to
offering best possible assistance to our customers, we have also supplied
spherical, rectangular and cog-type fenders.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

Diameter A
x Body Length B
300 x 1000
500 x 1000
600 x 1000
600 x 1000
700 x 1500
750 x 1500
900 x1800
1000 x 1500
1000 x 2000
1200 x 2000
1200 x 2400
1250 x 2000
1250 x 2500
1500 x 3000
1500 x 4000
1700 x 3000
1700 x 3500
1800 x 3000
1800 x 3600
2000 x 3000
2000 x 3500
2000 x 4000
2400 x 4000
2400 x 4800
2500 x 4000
2500 x 5000
2500 x 5500
2700 x 5400
3000 x 5000
3000 x 6000
3300 x 6500
3600 x 7200
4000 x 8000
4200 x 8400
4500 x 9000

Standard Capacity Fenders


Energy Absorption
Reaction Force
at 60% Comp
at 60% Comp
(kNm)
(kN)
3.1
8.7
12.5
15
25.5
29
50.5
52
69.5
100
120
108
135
234
312
300
350
337
404
416
485
554
798
958
866
1082
1191
1364
1574
1871
2452
3232
4434
5133
6313

45
75
89
107
156
167
241
223
297
356
428
371
464
668
891
757
883
801
692
891
1039
1188
1425
1710
1485
1856
2041
2165
2249
2672
3184
3848
4751
5238
6013

High Capacity Fenders


Approx. Energy Absorption
Reaction Force
Weight
at 60% Comp
at 60% Comp
(kg)
(kNm)
(kN)
10
38
45
50
77
80
125
110
150
245
330
320
375
500
625
610
675
750
850
840
950
1050
1475
1850
1600
2170
2325
2450
2730
3150
4000
4900
7400
8500
8800

3.8
10.6
15.3
18.3
31
36
62
64
85
122
146
132
165
286
381
367
428
412
494
508
593
678
976
1171
1059
1324
1456
1668
1925
2287
2998
3953
4522
6277
7720

54
91
109
131
191
204
294
272
363
436
523
454
567
817
1089
926
1080
980
1176
1089
1271
1452
1743
2091
1815
2269
2496
2647
2750
3268
3894
4706
5809
6405
7353

Approx.
Weight
(kg)
11
41
49
55
85
89
140
125
170
275
365
353
410
570
720
700
780
850
965
965
1100
1220
1720
2140
1865
2500
2675
2865
3200
3740
4735
5800
8700
10000
10700

Due to the way in which these fenders are made, an almost infinite number of combinations of sizes and specifications are achievable.
The above grid represents the most commonly requested cylindrical Hippo fenders we are asked to quote and supply, but is by no means an exhaustive
list of what we can supply. Please contact us if you cannot find the fender size, type or performance which you require in the above table.
All stated dimensions, performances and weights may vary 10%.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

Hippo Floating Donut Fenders


Hippo Marine has been manufacturing and supplying donut fenders for
well over a decade.
Donut fenders are, very simply, a donut shaped type of foam filled floating
fender which are designed to slip over a stationary monopile. They have
also been supplied into other applications, such as protecting jack-up legs.
The principle of such fenders is that they float up and down with the tide
therefore ensuring optimum protection at all times. They are also designed
to freely rotate around the pile to allow vessels to slide along them into the
required position making them ideal for applications such as lock and dry
dock entrances and protecting bridge supports.

Main advantages of donut fenders


 igh energy absorption/low reaction force compared to bucking type
H
rubber fender
Low shear forces as the fender rotates, combined with low-friction skin
Self-adjusts with the water level to always be in the correct position
Quick and easy to install simply slipped over a pile
Low ongoing maintenance requirements

Hippo Donut Fender Specifications Standard Capacity


Donut Diameter
(mm)

Max Pile Diameter


(mm)

Energy Absorption
(kNm)

Reaction Force
(kN)

1270
1780
1910
2030
2290
2790
3050
3300

610
914
995
1067
1219
1524
1676
1829

7.2
14.1
16.4
18.6
23.6
35.3
42.1
49.5

116
162
175
186
210
256
280
304

Actual values for these sizes may vary 15%. These stated performances are per metre of donut height.
Fender performance is engineered at 60% foam compression. The deflection of the monopile itself will
provide additional energy absorption with the same reaction force rating.

Due to the way in which these fenders are made, an almost infinite number of combinations of sizes and
specifications are achievable. The above grid represents the most commonly requested cylindrical Hippo
donut fenders we are asked to quote and supply, but is by no means an exhaustive list of what we can
supply. Please contact us if you cannot find the fender size, type or performance which you require in the
above table.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

Floating Pneumatic
Submarine Fenders
In order to provide full protection at surface and subsurface, Yokohama
pneumatic submarine fenders are deployed vertically. To maintain their
position, the fenders are water ballasted and also have a counterweight
attached to the bottom of the fender. The weight, shape and method
of deployment of the counterweight can be adjusted to suit individual
situations.
Fendercare Marine has supplied Yokohama submarine fenders to many
navies around the world, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Greece, Japan,
the United Kingdom and the USA.

Advantages
The Yokohama submarine fender was launched in 1984, since then it has
been extensively used by navies across the world. Advantages of fenders
over alternative, traditional berthing methods include:
use as a cost effective replacement for deep water catamarans
easily moved to provide flexibility in berthing
easily transported to provide emergency berthing facilities
maintenance requirement almost non-existent
unaffected by extreme climatic conditions

Fender dimensions and weight


Submarine fenders are available in the following standard sizes and
pressures, offering a fender system to cope with all designs of submarine,
from the smallest conventional submarine to the largest nuclear submarine
in service today.

Construction
Diameter and Length
2000mm x 6000mm
2500mm x 5500mm
2500mm x 9100mm
3300mm x 6500mm
3300mm x 10600mm
4500mm x 9000mm

Initial Pressure
0.5kgf/cm2
0.5kgf/cm2
0.5kgf/cm2
0.5kgf/cm2
0.5kgf/cm2
0.8kgf/cm2

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Floating Fenders

Handle
Mouth piece
Guy

Water
Body

Counterweight
Stabiliser

Submarine fenders are designed to offer higher bursting strength than a


normal surface fender, the minimum burst pressures are:
2000mm diameter and smaller = 4.9kgf/cm2
2500mm diameter and larger = 5.7kgf/cm2

To facilitate water charge and discharge, flange openings are sited at


each end of the fender. In addition, submarine fenders are fitted with
a safety valve to enable excess pressure to be released, should over
compression occur.

Installation
Anchor

Rubber sleeve
Guy chain

Submarine

Hanging chain

Connecting chain
Counterweight
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Naval Lightweight Grey Fenders


The naval lightweight grey fender was developed by Fendercare Marine
in co-operation with The Yokohama Rubber Company in Japan following
extensive trials and input from the UK Royal Navy.
The fender was designed to meet the following requirements:
weight constraints
male/female manageability
high level of performance
ease of storage
long life expectancy
non-marking/non-magnetic

Fendercare Marine has supplied Yokohama onboard fenders to many


navies around the world, including Bangladesh, Belgium, Canada,
Germany, Greece, Ireland, Jordan, Malaysia, Norway, Oman, South Africa,
the United Kingdom and the USA.
In the past 10 years we have supplied the UK Royal Navy with over
2000 fenders. This represents approximately 180 complete ship sets.

NATO information
For ease of purchase, 2 sizes of the Naval Lightweight Grey fender have
been accredited with NATO Stock Numbers
AF0510D NATO Stock Number NSN 2040-99-535-3390
AF1015D NATO Stock Number NSN 2040-99-885-0321

Fender
AF0510D
AF0510S
AF1015D

Diameter x Length
500mm x 1000mm
500mm x 1000mm
1000mm x 1500mm

Fender Dimensions and Weight


Initial Pressure
0.8kgf/cm2
0.8kgf/cm2
0.8kgf/cm2

Weight
24kg
20kg
65kg

Fitting
Double Fitting
Single Fitting
Double Fitting

Performance
AF0510D
Deflection (%)
Energy absorption (kNm)
Reaction force (kN)

30
1.3
19.6

AF0510S
60
8
85

30
1.3
19.6

AF1015D
60
8
85

30
7.1
54.9

60
45
239

Tolerances: diameter 3%, length 3% and weight 5 kgs for AF0510D and AF0510S and 12 kgs for AF1015D.

Construction
The fender body is constructed from a rubber inner core with a non
magnetic metal mouthpiece at both ends. A grey rubber outer skin with a
minimum of two plies of tyre cord layers, also coated with rubber, protects
the inner core. The fenders can therefore be used on mine
counter-measure vessels.

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Floating Fenders
A PT1/8 air valve is fitted at the end of the fender to allow access for
inflation whilst ensuring maximum protection from damage during
normal use.

Application
Vessels carry the fenders onboard with them at all times, for use both
at home, at sea and in foreign ports as utility fenders. The fenders are
used primarily for two applications ship-to-quay and ship-to-ship. For
ship-to-quay application the fenders are used to berth a vessel alongside a
quay or wharf. For ship-to-ship application the fenders are used to berth or
moor two vessels side by side (double-banking) in port or at sea.
There are three main configurations for fender grouping when in use:

Three single eye


arrangement

Three double eye


arrangement

One double eye/two


single eye arrangement

Mooring positions of the fender groups on the ship should keep the ship
separated and stable at the same distance from the quay or another ship
all along the parallel mid-body.
Berthing against a quay or a stable ship moored in port is straightforward
but the following should be considered when confirming fender size: (1) the
approaching ships docking speed, (2) approaching angle, (3) hull shape,
(4) protrusion from ship and (5) equipment fitted on the hull.
It should be carefully noted that required stand-off distance is an important
variable to consider when berthing. For example, if a vessel is light in weight
but requires a stand-off of 2 metres (due to large flare or parts/equipment
standing proud of the hull such as a stabiliser) then larger fenders would
be required.
Quay, or another vessel of
similar size in more stable or
moored condition (can also
carry fenders on this side)

Vessel carrying the fenders

3-5 Groups of 3 fenders


configuration in front, mid
and rear positions of the
vessel. The number of
groups depends on vessel
parallel mid body length

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Fendering

Multi-Purpose
Fenders
Floating Fenders

Multi-Purpose Fenders
Cylindricals and extruded or moulded fendering profiles are often
considered as a simple, easy to install and versatile solution for the
protection of quays, tugs and workboats.
Fendercare Marine offers a wide range of profiles, many available
immediately from stock.

A
B

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Hollow D Profile D Bore Fender

A
D

Fender Size (mm)


A

Bore Size (mm)


B

Max Length
(m)

Weight
(kg/m)

100

100

50

40

10

8.4

150

150

75

75

10

18.8

200

150

100

75

24.1

250

200

125

100

40.6

250

125

125

62

23.2

300

150

150

75

33.2

200

200

100

100

33.5

250

250

125

125

52.3

300

250

150

300

300

150

125

61.2

150

75.3

350

350

175

175

102.5

400

400

200

200

133.9

450

450

225

225

169.5

500

500

250

250

209.2

550

550

275

275

253.2

600

600

300

300

301.3

The table above covers our standard sizes only, however we can design and build to suit customers individual requirements.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Hollow Cylindrical Quayside Fender


OCIMF type for ship-to-ship transfers.

Up to 600mm outer

Up to 600mm outer diameter,


diameter, the fender is
the
fender is suspended with
suspended with chain only.
chain
only. outer
Overdiameter,
600mm
Over 600mm
outer
diameter,
thewith
fender is
the fender
is suspended
suspended
with a chain and bar.
a chain and bar.

Wrapped
Fender Size (mm)
A

Max. Length
(m)

100

50

10

7.4

125

62

10

11.5

150

75

10

16.6

200

100

29.5

250

125

46

300

150

66.3

400

200

118

450

225

149

500

250

184

600

300

265

800

400

10

471

1000

500

707

Max. Length
(m)

Weight
(kg/m)

Weight
(kg/m)

Moulded
Fender Size (mm)
A

300

150

400

200

450

225

500

250

600

300

800

400

3 Up to 600mm outer
66.3
5 diameter, the fender is 118
3 suspended with chain only.
149
2.5 Over 600mm outer diameter,
184
2.5
265
the fender is suspended with
1
471
a chain and bar.

The table above covers our standard sizes only, however we can design and build to suit customers individual requirements.

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Hollow Rectangular Quayside Fender

Fender A
Size (mm)
B

Bore Dia (mm)


C

Max. Length
(m)

100

50

25

10

5.6

100

100

50

10

10.1

125

125

50

10

17.1

150

25

12

10

4.6

150

100

50

10

16.3

150

125

50

10

21.0

150

150

75

10

22.6

200

150

75

32.0

200

200

75

44.5

225

100

50

25.7

225

150

75

36.7

250

150

75

41.3

250

200

75

57.0

250

250

100

68.0

300

250

100

84.0

300

300

130

96.0

350

350

175

123

400

400

200

161

450

450

225

203

500

500

250

251

Weight
(kg/m)

The table above covers our standard sizes only, however we can design and build to suit customers individual requirements.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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D Profiles Cylindrical Bore Fender

Fender Size (mm)


A

Bore Dia. (mm)


C

Max. Length
(m)

100

100

50

10

8.7

150

150

75

10

19.6

200

200

100

34.8

250

250

125

54.4

300

300

150

78.3

350

350

175

117

400

400

200

139

500

500

200

252

600

600

300

314

Weight
(kg/m)

The table above covers our standard sizes only, however we can design and build to suit customers individual requirements.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Keyhole Type Fender

C
B

Fender Size (mm)

Bore Size (mm)


C

Max. Length
(m)

Weight
(kg/m)

200

80

39.0

250

100

62.0

300

300

120

90.0

350

350

120

130

200
250

The table above covers our standard sizes only, however we can design and build to suit customers individual requirements.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Wing Type Fender

Base Size (mm)

Fender Size (mm)

Max. Length
(m)

Weight
(kg/m)

180

25

100

50

11.6

245

30

150

75

28.5

320

40

200

100

41.5

410

50

250

125

41.5

The table above covers our standard sizes only, however we can design and build to suit customers individual requirements.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Fender
Fender Systems
Systems

Fender Systems
Hippo Vessel Fendering Systems
Hippo Vessel Fendering Systems are extremely lightweight but very
durable foam elastomer fendering systems which are typically bonded to
the hulls of vessels but can also be mechanically fixed if so required.
The inside of the fender is made of elastic polyethylene foam, which
provides the energy absorption. This core is then coated in protective
marine-grade polyurethane (PU), either via a spraying or moulding process.
Depending upon the application, we can vary the materials we use
(i.e. the density of the foam, the material properties of the PU and the
mesh reinforcement system) to provide the ideal combination for each
specific project.
We are now, uniquely able to incorporate Kevlar reinforcement into the
PU skin of our fenders to give an outstanding level of durability, particularly
where high-wear areas have been identified.

Typical users
Anyone who is designing, building or operating a vessel where there is
a definite requirement for the fendering to be extremely light, to look
extremely good, or both.

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The main current applications are as follows:


leisure complete fendering systems for luxury tenders and motoryachts
leisure bathing platform reinforcements for superyachts and megayachts
military patrol, raiding or interception craft
commercial production RIBs (inc SOLAS)
commercial pilot boats and fast crew vessels
commercial fast rescue craft/lifeboats

Why specify?
The alternatives to foam elastomer technology are rubber fenders, inflatable
tubes, ionomer foam and hypalon foam.
We believe that Hippo Fendering offers the following benefits over
these technologies:
it is ultra-light compared to rubber fendering (from 3kg/m), therefore
minimising hull weight and boosting vessel performance in projects where speed
and mobility are vital
i t will not puncture or lose pressure in the way that inflatable RIB collars can, so is
ideal in situations where pneumatic collars are perceived to represent too much
of an operational risk
it potentially offers better energy absorption properties and lower transfer
of loads to the hull than ionomer type fendering (depending upon the
application-driven combination of materials we decide upon)
it presents very little risk of permanent shrinkage and offers very high tear
resistance as opposed to the hypalon/foam systems which can remain
permanently deformed following collision and which are relatively easily torn

Other benefits of Hippo Fendering are as follows:


it is light enough to be bonded to the hull, for simplicity of fixing. No more
drilling bolt-holes, or watching fenders split around those bolt-holes. 95% of our
customers are now successfully bonding Hippo Fendering onto their hulls, with
adhesive recommendations and installation guidelines and technical support
from us as required
however, for customers with a preference for non-bonded installation, a number
of different mechanical fixing systems can be incorporated into Hippo systems.
f or best in class durability, Kevlar reinforcement can now be built into the PU
skin of our sprayed fender systems
it is completely non-marking, which is of great interest to yacht owners and
navies in particular
it is available in a full spectrum of colours. We now have developed a unique,
completely UV-stable white PU, which can be used as the basis of all light colours.
As we pigment the PU ourselves, we can mix colours to customer specifications.
we offer a number of very neat jointing and termination options for
our fendering
the surface finish and quality, especially of the moulded fendering, is
extremely high

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Our experience
Hippo Marine has been working with designers and boatyards
internationally on both leisure and commercial fendering projects for
well over a decade. We have more experience of doing this type of work in
these materials than anyone else in the world.
The niche nature of our fendering technology has allowed our customer
base to extend out from our UK manufacturing facility into Europe and then
further afield. We now supply and support our fendering systems in all the
major boat-building markets, from North America to Australasia and most
places inbetween.

Unique construction
Each boat we work on is different so each fendering project takes its own
unique path, whether it is for a one-off custom yacht tender or an ongoing
series of patrol vessels. Because of the almost infinite flexibility of our
technology we are not restricted to offering a small number of off-the-shelf
possibilities. We are in the very happy position of being able to offer a
blank-page approach to our customers and to draw upon our experience
to jointly develop the fendering specification and arrangement which best
suits your operational requirements.
Our starting point is a drawing of the hull, an approximate profile size which
is being sought and an understanding of the operational role of the boat.
Given this information we select the optimum combination of materials
and then provide an initial proposal for the supply of a suitable set of Hippo
fendering. This is then invariably modified over the course of the project
as the design criteria change, until the most suitable fendering solution is
ultimately arrived at and agreed by all parties at which point we move
to manufacture.
However, our work in taking our customers through the process from start
to finish does not stop there. We can also recommend or supply suitable
adhesives and primers, and we pride ourselves on offering comprehensive
fitting instructions and installation support to our customers as required to
ensure that the end result is to their and their end-users entire satisfaction.

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Commercial/Military references
Abu Dhabi Mar, UAE
Damen, NL
FB Design, Italy
Yonca-Onuk, Turkey
Rodman, Spain
Dockstarvaret, Sweden
Almaritec, UK
South Boats Special Projects, UK

Yachting references
Wally Yachts, Italy
Lrssen, Germany
Windy, Norway
Boston Boatworks, USA
Vripack, NL
Open Boat, Italy
CBI Navi, Italy
Hanseatic Marine, Australia

Finishing Options Sprayed or Moulded


Uniquely in our field, Hippos 5-axis CNC machining facility gives us the
ability to manufacture plugs and moulds in-house working from your
drawings to provide a market-leading level of accuracy and quality of finish.
Moulded fenders offer better material properties and a smoother finish, but
may potentially involve a tooling investment to take the fendering smoothly
around the angles.
Sprayed profiles offer greater flexibility on the size and shape of the
fendering without the need to invest in new tooling, but offer a more
industrial finish which would be more commonly chosen for commercial
and military craft.
Depending on the requirements of the project, we can manufacture moulds
in-house for new profile shapes and sizes or we can move away from the
costs and limitations of the moulding process and spray the coating onto
the fenders. Please contact us to receive the full current register of our
standard moulded profiles.

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Fendering

Fixed
Fender
Systems
Fender
Systems

Fixed Fender Systems


Fendercare Marine has made a natural diversification into the fixed fender
systems market holding true to our starting principle of supplying
world-class fender solutions to our worldwide customer base.
We seek to offer a competitive advantage to all our customers via the
stockholding of a large number of critical path items which are used in the
manufacture of these fenders.

We can offer the following type of fenders, either as a single element or as a


complete fender system, including steel frontal frames, chains, shackles and
associated hardware to form a turnkey solution for whoever is undertaking
the installation work.
Cone fenders
Cell fenders
Leg fenders
Arch fenders

We are also able to undertake project consultancy work upon request.

The outline specifications of our products are provided with the pages that
follow this introduction. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require
any further detail or design guidance.

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Cone Fender

Cone fenders have the highest energy to reaction ratios


of any fender currently in use. The high efficiency of the
fender allows a smaller, less costly, rubber fender to be
installed. The durability of this fender is equal to the
popular cell fenders and exceeds the durability of most
unit or leg type fenders available.
H

D E

G F

G F

E
N - C

T
Model
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1150
1200
1300
1400
1600

E
H
N500
- C
600
700
800
900
1000
1150
1200
1300
1400
1600

D
750
900
1050
1200
1350
1500
1725
1800
1950
2100
2400

E PCD
675
810
945
1080
1215
1350
1550
1620
1755
1890
2160

F
425
510
595
680
765
850
998
1020
1105
1190
1360

G PCD
325
390
455
520
585
650
750
780
845
930
1060

T
25
27
32
36
41
45
52
54
59
66
72

N-C
4-30
6-30
6-38
6-44
6-44
6-50
6-50
8-50
8-60
8-60
8-70

Bolt Size
M24
M24
M30
M36
M36
M42
M42
M42
M48
M48
M52

All dimensions are in millimetres. Other sizes are available.

Performance
Model

Rubber Grade
G4

500
600
700
800
900
1000
1150
1200
1300
1400
1600

R
(kN)
307
441
601
785
993
1226
1621
1765
2072
2403
3139

G3
E
(kN-m)
81.3
140
223
333
474
650
989
1124
1428
1784
2663

R
(kN)
245
353
481
628
794
981
1297
1412
1657
1922
2511

G2
E
(kN-m)
65
112
179
267
380
521
792
900
1144
1429
2133

R
(kN)
196
282
384
502
636
785
1038
1130
1326
1538
2009

Weight
(kg)

G1
E
(kN-m)
54.7
94.5
150
224
319
437
665
756
961
1200
1792

R
(kN)
157
226
308
402
508
628
830
904
1061
1230
1607

E
(kN-m)
43.8
75.6
120
179
255
350
532
605
769
961
1434

140
230
390
540
755
1020
1600
1960
2400
3060
4600

Design deflection = 70%. Performance tolerance = 10%.


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Fixed Fender Systems

Cell Fender
Cell fenders are available in the widest range of sizes
available of any fender type. The large mounting flanges
serve to distribute the fender load over the back of the
fender panel frame and allows easy installation of the
mounting bolts.
T
N
- C

T
N - C

D E

E D

E D

H
Model
500
630
800
1000
1150
1250
1450
1600
1700
2000
2250
2500

H
500
630
800
1000
1150
1250
1450
1600
1700
2000
2250
2500

D
650
840
1050
1300
1500
1650
1850
2000
2100
2200
2550
2950

E PCD
550
700
900
1100
1300
1450
1650
1800
1900
2000
2300
2700

T
25
30
30
35
40
45
47
52
55
55
60
70

N-C
4-32
4-39
6-40
6-47
6-50
6-53
6-61
8-61
8-66
8-74
10-74
10-74

Bolt Size
M24
M30
M30
M36
M42
M42
M52
M48
M56
M64
M64
M64

All dimensions are in millimetres. Other sizes are available. Intermediate grades can be interpolated from standard grades.

Performance
Model
G4

500
630
800
1000
1150
1250
1450
1600
1700
2000
2250
2500

R
kN
182
290
464
737
975
1153
1551
1888
2131
2941
4145
5118

G3
E
kN-m
40.2
80.4
163
324
492
632
987
1326
1591
2591
4095
5618

R
kN
162
258
412
655
865
1022
1376
1676
1892
2619
3679
4543

E
kN-m
35.6
71.6
145
287
437
561
876
1177
1413
2300
3628
4987

Rubber Grade
G2
R
E
kN
kN-m
140
30.1
224
61.7
355
125
567
249
750
379
886
486
1193
760
1453
1020
1640
1224
2270
1994
3188
3150
3937
4322

G1
R
kN
108
172
275
436
578
682
918
1117
1262
1746
2454
3028

Weight
(kg)

G0
E
kN-m
23.4
47
96
191
291
374
585
786
941
1534
2424
3325

R
kN
86.3
138
211
349
462
546
735
894
1009
1398
2085
2574

E
kN-m
17.8
38.2
74.5
153
233
299
468
628
753
1227
2060
2826

110
235
410
805
1223
1490
2330
3020
3730
5023
7410
10750

Design deflection = 52.5%. Performance tolerance = 10%.


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Leg Fender
The leg fender provides a compact solution to mounting
fenders in limited areas. Our fenders have a narrower
footprint than traditional leg fenders and can be
mounted behind a panel or pile. Leg fenders can also
be used with a UHMW-PE shield to provide a low cost
alternative to an arch fender.

W
B

H
D

Model
300
400
500
550
600
750
800
1000
1250
1450
1600

K
H
300
400
500
550
600
750
800
1000
1250
1450
1600

A
94
125
158
172
188
235
250
322
401
454
500

B
94
124
142
170
199
230
240
310
388
454
480

K
C
47
63
K 87
87
87
118
129
162
202
228
257

W
188
250
316
344
373
466
498
634
792
910
994

D
15
17
20
20
20
26
26
31
36
41
50

K
200
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250

E
2 x 300
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

Bolt Size
M20
M24
M30
M30
M30
M36
M36
M42
M48
M48
M56

All dimensions are in millimetres. Other sizes are available. Fenders are traditionally supplied in lengths of 1000, 1500 and 2000 mm.
Any reasonable length and bolt spacing can be accommodated.

Performance
Model

Rubber Grade
G4

300
400
500
550
600
750
800
1000
1250
1450
1600

R
(kN)
160
214
267
294
320
401
427
534
668
774
854

G3
E
(kN-m)
22.1
39.2
61.3
74.1
88.2
138
157
245
383
515
627

R
(kN)
136
182
227
250
272
341
363
454
568
658
726

G2
E
(kN-m)
18.8
33.4
52.1
63.1
75.1
117
133
209
326
438
534

R
(kN)
112
150
187
206
224
281
299
374
468
542
598

Weight
(kg)

G1
E
(kN-m)
15.5
27.5
43.0
52.0
61.9
96.8
110
172
269
362
440

R
(kN)
88.2
118
147
162
176
221
235
294
368
426
470

E
(kN-m)
12.2
21.7
33.9
41.0
48.8
76.2
86.7
136
212
285
347

46.7
109
110
125
147
230
254
408
636
1017
1253

Performance listed is for 1000mm long fender units. Design deflection = 57.5%. Performance tolerance = 10%.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Fixed Fender Systems

Arch Fender
The arch fender is a traditional V type arch fender that
has been optimized for increased energy absorption
compared to traditional arch fenders. They are
particularly useful for vessels with high allowable hull
L where mounting space is limited.
pressures and

FF
R

NxS

CxD

CxD

NxS
Model
250
300
400
500
600
800
1000
Model
250
300
400
500
600
800
1000

H
250
300
400
500
600
800
1000

W
500
600
800
1000
1200
1600
2000

L = 1m
R
NxS
130
1 x 865
140
1 x 870
150
1 x 900
160
1 x 930
170
1 x 960
180
1 x 1040
200
1 x 1100

V
410
490
670
840
1010
1340
1680

L = 1.5m
R
NxS
133
2 x 680
140
2 x 685
150
2 x 700
160
2 x 715
170
2 x 730
180
2 x 770
200
2 x 800

E
164
225
300
375
450
600
750

F
160
195
260
325
390
520
650

L = 2m
R
NxS
133
3 x 620
138
3 x 625
148
3 x 635
158
3 x 645
168
3 x 655
180
3 x 680
200
3 x 700

L = 2.5m
R
NxS
128
3 x 790
140
3 x 790
150
3 x 800
160
3 x 810
170
3 x 820
183
3 x 845
-

T
20.5
24
30
33
36
45
60

CxD
32 x 64
35 x 70
41 x 82
47 x 94
50 x 100
68 x 136
68 x 136

L = 3m
R
NxS
133
4 x 715
145
4 x 715
150
4 x 725
165
4 x 730
170
4 x 740
180
4 x 760
-

Bolt Size
M27
M30
M36
M42
M48
M64
M64
L = 3.5m
R
NxS
130
5 x 673
140
5 x 674
150
5 x 680
160
5 x 686
170
5 x 692
-

All dimensions are in millimetres. Other sizes are available.

Performance
Model

Rubber Grade
G4

250
300
400
500
600
800
1000

R
(kN)
265
318
423
529
634
847
1058

G3
E
(kN-m)
27.8
40.2
71.5
111
160
284
445

R
(kN)
203
244
325
407
488
651
813

G2
E
(kN-m)
21.4
30.4
54.9
86.0
124
219
342

R
(kN)
169
201
270
337
404
539
675

Weight
(kg)

G1
E
(kN-m)
17.7
24.5
45.1
70.6
102
181
283

R
(kN)
145
174
231
289
347
463
578

E
(kN-m)
15.2
21.6
39.2
60.8
87.0
156
243

87.5
125
205
325
480
875
1400

Performance listed is for 1000 mm long fender units. Intermediate grades can be interpolated from standard grades. Design deflection = 52.5%.
Performance tolerance = 10%.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Bespoke Solutions

Bespoke Solutions
We encourage our customers to bring us their fendering problems. Within
our market leading range of fixed and floating fender products, including
some of the worlds foremost fender brands, we can usually find a solution.
However, sometimes we need to apply our decades of experience to
thinking, engineering and delivering out of the box solutions to give our
customers the best possible outcome. Here are some examples.

The Hippo Modular Rig Pile System


was developed for an offshore client
who required fendering for a rig
leg 3.6m in diameter, with precise
positioning of a combination of
fixed and floating units.

The Hippo swiss cheese fender


was the solution for a navy requiring
a frigate-deployable submerged
fender for when one of their
submarines came alongside whilst
out on patrol.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Bespoke Solutions

The Fendercare Marine floating


backboard was developed for one
of our naval customers who asked
us to help them develop a mobile
system which would allow them
to use Yokohama fenders against
open-pile quays across their base.
We have subsequently designed a
similar system for submarine fenders.

Our cog-shaped cross section fender


was developed by the Hippo design
team to meet specific customer
requirements.
We believe we are at our best when
we are applying our expertise to
developing world-class solutions
to new problems, or to problems
which have never been resolved
satisfactorily by others. Please feel
free to get in touch and test us out.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Bespoke Solutions

A range of standard and specifically designed fender


davits are available to suit individual ship requirements.
Davits can be hydraulic, pneumatic or electrically
operated. Options for line payout devices, shock
absorption and fender cradles can be provided. Davits
are suitable for all size of fenders in both slewing
and pivoting construction types. In-house design
consultancy can advise of davit position, layout and
fender rigging.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deck and Mooring


Mooring

44-108

Deckside

109-127

Quayside

128-131

Load and Stress Monitoring

132-134

Fendering

Floating Fenders

We will always endeavour


to provide the most
economical and efficient
solution, on time and
on budget

Deck and Mooring


Fendercare Marine provides a comprehensive range of deck and quayside
products and services through our network of bases worldwide.
Our deck equipment is manufactured to OCIMF guidelines, where
relevant, ensuring quality every time. Utilising state of the art 3D Finite
Element Analysis we are able to customise solutions to meet your needs.
We also specialise in the specification and manufacture of emergency and
barge towing equipment.
Our quayside solutions range from bollards to quick release mooring
hooks and total jetty management systems. The latest addition to our
bollard range - the triton, combines innovative design with advanced
materials, resulting in considerable cost savings. We also design and
produce bespoke solutions for specific applications, just call one of our
team to find out how we can help.
We also stock a diverse range of marine hardware including anchors,
shackles, swivels, chains and fittings, available new, used and
reconditioned.
Whatever your requirements, we will always endeavour to provide the
most economical and efficient solution, on time and on budget.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Mooring

A3-10012 Cast Steel AC-14 Type High


Holding Power Stockless Anchor
Cast steel high holding power ships anchor originally
designed for the Royal Navy in the late 1940s. Certified
by all major class societies and is in extensive use
worldwide in sizes in excess of 20,000 kg.

A
35
D
E

G
Weight
(kg)
56
100
135
180
225
250
270
300
315
340
360
428
495
590
675
B

A
(mm)
612
745
745
909
1010
1010
1040
1075
1075
1120
1120
1213
1255
1350
1412

B
(mm)
555
675
675
822
915
D 915
940
975
975
1015
1015
1098
1135
1220
1278

C
(mm)
170
200
205
252
277
280
288
298
300
310
313
336
348
C
375
390

D
(mm)
489
593
593 35
724
808
808
828
860
860
895
895
967
1000
1075
F
1125

E
(mm)
376
458
458
558
623
623
638
660E
660
690
690
745
770
829
868

F
(mm)
113
135
135
166
185
185
190
200
200
205
205
222
230
246
257

G
(mm)
298
364
364
442
495
495
508
525
525
548
548
590
610
658
690

Table continued overleaf.


Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Mooring

A3-10012 Cast Steel AC-14 Type High Holding Power


Stockless Anchor (continued)
Weight
(kg)
765
910
970
1080
1200
1305
1361
1440
1575
1710
1845
1980
2100
2295
2475
2655
2794
3040
3550
3670
3940
4500
4840
5175
5610
6000
6450
6900
7350
7800
8300
8700
9300
9675
9900
10500
11100
11700
12300
12900
13500
14100
14700
15400
16100
16900
17800
18800

A
(mm)
1470
1560
1592
1650
1710
1760
1782
1818
1875
1925
1975
2020
2065
2130
2175
2225
2265
2320
2455
2480
2540
2655
2720
2785
2858
2922
2995
3062
3126
3190
3256
3308
3382
3425
3452
3523
3589
3650
3712
3772
3830
3885
3940
4002
4062
4128
4200
4277

B
(mm)
1335
1410
1445
1495
1545
1595
1615
1645
1695
1745
1785
1830
1865
1920
1970
2018
2055
2100
2225
2248
2300
2405
2465
2520
2590
2646
2712
2775
2832
2890
2950
2996
3064
3104
3128
3192
3252
3308
3364
3418
3470
3520
3570
3626
3680
3740
3806
3875

C
(mm)
408
430
440
455
470
485
495
505
518
532
546
560
570
588
602
615
625
640
680
688
705
735
755
770
790
810
830
848
866
884
902
916
936
948
956
976
994
1010
1028
1044
1060
1076
1090
1108
1125
1144
1162
1185

D
(mm)
1175
1241
1270
1316
1365
1405
1422
1450
1495
1536
1577
1612
1645
1695
1735
1776
1808
1850
1958
1980
2027
2117
2170
2220
2281
2331
2388
2444
2495
2546
2598
2639
2699
2735
2756
2811
2864
2913
2963
3010
3055
3099
3144
3193
3242
3293
3352
3413

E
(mm)
906
957
978
1014
1050
1082
1096
1118
1152
1184
1215
1242
1268
1310
1340
1368
1393
1424
1508
1525
1562
1632
1670
1710
1758
1796
1840
1884
1923
1962
2002
2034
2080
2108
2124
2166
2207
2245
2283
2320
2355
2389
2423
2461
2498
2538
2583
2630

F
(mm)
269
284
292
302
315
323
326
332
343
352
362
370
377
385
395
408
415
426
450
455
465
485
500
510
523
535
548
560
572
584
596
605
619
627
632
645
657
668
680
690
700
710
721
732
744
755
769
783

G
(mm)
718
760
775
805
835
858
870
885
915
940
965
985
1005
1035
1062
1085
1105
1130
1198
1210
1240
1295
1330
1358
1396
1426
1462
1496
1526
1558
1590
1614
1652
1674
1686
1720
1752
1782
1812
1842
1870
1896
1924
1954
1982
2016
2050
2088

20000

4366

3956

1210

3485

2685

800

2132

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Mooring

A3-10013 Halls Type Stockless Bower


Anchor
Standard stockless cast steel ships anchor used
worldwide in both pocketed and non-pocketed
versions, certified by all major class authorities and can
be supplied from 50kg to over 29,000kg. Smaller sizes
can be supplied with a galvanised finish.

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45
A
C

Weight
(kg)
50
75
100
125
150
B
180
200
225
240
275
300
325
360
400

A
(mm)
575
660
723
780
835
888
915
950
985
1020
1050
1075
1100
1150

B
(mm)
410
480
510
550
580
625
645
670
694
710
738
758
778
810

C
(mm)
184
210
230
245
264
281
290
300
312
322
330
338
346
360

D
(mm)
378
E
429
474
511
544
578
594
622
644
666
685
703
719
752

E
(mm)
300
340
375
405
430
454
470
493
510
527
543
557
570
595

F
(mm)
15
15
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30

Table continued overleaf.


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Mooring

A3-10013 Halls Type Stockless Bower Anchor


(continued)
Weight
(kg)
420
450
480
500
570
600
660
700
750
780
850
900
950
1020
1140
1200
1290
1350
1440
1590
1740
1920
2100
2280
2460
2640
2850
3060
3300
3540
3780
4050
4320
4590
4890
5250
5610
6000
6450
6900
7350
7800
8300
8700
8900
9300
9900
10200
10500

A
(mm)
1175
1200
1220
1240
1280
1320
1360
1390
1425
1450
1480
1490
1520
1545
1600
1650
1670
1700
1800
1890
1910
1930
2020
2040
2120
2170
2200
2261
2330
2335
2679
2466
2557
2784
2923
2728
2788
3270
2920
2930
3072
3113
3208
3253
3268
3301
3330
3338
3438

B
(mm)
826
845
860
875
904
930
955
980
1000
1030
1050
1053
1072
1090
1126
1165
1180
1205
1245
1260
1290
1362
1407
1446
1483
1519
1540
1596
1636
1650
1844
1740
1790
1889
2011
1910
1952
2033
2046
2064
2150
2179
2246
2270
2275
2311
2360
2372
2407

C
(mm)
368
373
380
386
400
410
420
430
440
450
460
480
484
496
512
530
535
550
555
565
582
616
623
640
667
672
700
720
734
674
733
712
763
780
804
846
864
829
906
932
950
965
995
1005
1012
1023
1045
1070
1075

Table continued overleaf.

D
(mm)
767
784
797
810
837
860
887
907
927
948
968
970
994
1005
1037
1076
1089
1120
1147
1181
1238
1262
1296
1332
1367
1400
1434
1480
1508
1528
1600
1613
1659
1709
1746
1760
1798
1878
1885
1904
1982
2008
2070
2097
2108
2129
2175
2186
2217

E
(mm)
607
620
630
640
660
680
700
715
730
750
765
772
787
800
825
855
865
890
895
900
945
999
1020
1033
1076
1085
1140
1172
1180
1210
1295
1278
1290
1384
1413
1364
1394
1525
1461
1512
1536
1556
1604
1626
1634
1650
1686
1694
1719

F
(mm)
30
35
35
35
40
40
40
45
45
45
50
50
50
55
55
55
60
60
65
65
65
70
70
70
75
75
75
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
100
100
100
110
110
110
120
120
120
130
130
130
140
140
140

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Mooring

A3-10013 Halls Type Stockless Bower Anchor


(continued)
Weight
(kg)
11100
11700
12300
12900
13500
14100
14700
15400
16100
16900
17800
18800
20000
21500
23000
24500
26000
27500
29000

A
(mm)
3502
3565
3600
3681
3738
3793
3845
3880
3964
4030
4099
4175
4262
4365
4485
4560
4651
4720
4825

B
(mm)
2452
2495
2520
2577
2616
2655
2690
2716
2775
2820
2869
2920
2985
3055
3125
3190
3255
3315
3375

C
(mm)
1086
1105
1140
1141
1159
1176
1190
1210
1229
1250
1270
1295
1320
1355
1385
1415
1442
1470
1495

D
(mm)
2259
2295
2325
2374
2411
2446
2480
2502
2557
2600
2644
2690
2750
2815
2880
2940
2999
3055
3110

E
(mm)
1751
1780
1800
1840
1869
1896
1925
1940
1982
2015
2049
2085
2130
2180
2230
2280
2325
2370
2410

F
(mm)
140
150
150
150
160
160
160
170
170
170
180
180
180
200
200
200
220
220
220

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A3-10015 Pool N Type High Holding


Power Stockless Anchor
Pool N High holding power anchor (usually solid), for ship rather than
barge applications, including fully-pocketed installations. Available in a
wide range of sizes from 60kg to over 15,000kg, and the smaller sizes can
be supplied to order with a galvanised finish. The anchor is approved by all
major class societies LRS, ABS, DNA, etc.
G

F
H

15

F
A

42

15

57

42
57

E
D

K
B

Weight
(kg)
4
8
12
16
20
24
32
40
48
60
75
90
105
125
135
180

A
D
(mm)
224
282
320
346
377
394
440
466
502
560
595
632
665
703
723
796

B
(mm)
190
239
272
292
320
334
373
395
428
475
505
537
565
597
615
676

C
(mm)
174
219
252 B
276
302
321
354
367
405
430
462
491
516
546
562
618

D
(mm)
43
54
64
72
77
82
90
95
101
105
113
121
127
134
138
152

E
(mm)
265
334
385
421
457
482
533
570
610
654
704
748
788
833
857
942

F
(mm)
41
41
80
80
100
100
100
100
120
120
120
120
142
142
142
157

G
(mm)
23
23
50
50
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
105
105
105
115

H
(mm)
8
8
13
13
19
19
19
19
22
22
22
22
28
28
28
32

K
(mm)
106
134
153
178
187
196
231
236
248
262
282
299
315
333
343
377

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A3-10015 Pool N Type High Holding Power


Stockless Anchor (continued)
Weight
(kg)
225
270
315
360
430
495
585
675
765
855
970
1080
1195
1305
1440
1575
1710
1845
1980
2140
2295
2475
2655
2835
3040
3240
3445
3670
3940
4210
4500
4840
5175
5515
5850
6225
6525
6975

A
(mm)
858
911
960
1002
1062
1115
1180
1236
1290
1338
1395
1446
1495
1541
1592
1640
1685
1726
1770
1816
1850
1910
1954
1996
2042
2086
2129
2174
2226
2276
2328
2385
2439
2491
2541
2594
2635
2695

B
(mm)
728
774
815
852
902
948
1002
1050
1096
1138
1185
1230
1270
1309
1352
1386
1433
1469
1504
1543
1580
1620
1664
1700
1735
1773
1809
1847
1892
1934
1978
2026
2072
2116
2159
2204
2239
2290

C
(mm)
666
708
745
780
825
866
916
960
1002
1040
1083
1124
1161
1180
1236
1274
1309
1342
1375
1411
1444
1480
1516
1550
1585
1620
1653
1689
1730
1768
1808
1852
1894
1934
1973
2014
2046
2092

D
(mm)
164
174
183
190
203
213
225
236
246
255
266
276
285
294
304
313
322
330
338
347
357
364
372
380
390
398
406
415
425
434
444
455
465
475
485
495
503
514

E
(mm)
1016
1079
1136
1188
1258
1320
1396
1465
1528
1585
1652
1714
1771
1825
1886
1942
1997
2048
2098
2151
2202
2260
2312
2364
2418
2471
2522
2575
2637
2696
2757
2824
2889
2950
3009
3072
3121
3190

F
(mm)
174
174
201
201
201
201
236
236
236
306
306
306
306
306
306
361
361
361
361
361
361
400
400
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
500
550
550
550
550
550
550

G
(mm)
125
125
140
140
140
140
175
175
175
225
225
225
225
225
225
255
255
255
255
255
255
290
290
290
290
290
290
360
360
360
360
360
400
400
400
400
400
400

H
(mm)
36
36
40
40
40
40
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60
60
75
75
75
75
75
75
80
80
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
90
100
100
100
100
100
100

7425
7875
8325
8775
9225
9675
10125
10575
12075
13350
16490

2751
2805
2858
2908
2958
3004
3050
3095
3235
3345
3589

2337
2384
2428
2471
2512
2553
2592
2630
2748
2842
3049

2136
2178
2219
2258
2296
2333
2369
2404
2513
2598
2787

525
535
545
555
564
573
582
590
617
638
685

3258
3323
3385
3445
3502
3558
3613
3666
3831
3962
4251

660
660
660
660
660
700
700
700
750
800
870

470
470
470
470
470
500
500
500
540
570
625

130
130
130
130
130
140
140
140
150
160
175

K
(mm)
406
432
455
475
503
528
558
586
610
634
660
685
708
730
754
777
799
819
838
860
880
904
925
945
968
988
1009
1030
1055
1078
1103
1130
1155
1180
1204
1229
1248
1276
1303
1329
1354
1378
1401
1423
1445
1466
1433
1585
1700

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A3-10014 Pool TW Type High


Holding Power Stockless Anchor
High holding power anchor (usually hollow) for ship
application including fully pocketed installations, rather
than barges, etc. Available in a wide range of sizes from
60kg to over 15,000kg, and the smaller sizes can be
supplied to order with a galvanised finish. The anchor is
approved by all major class societies LRS, ABS, DNA, etc.

G
F

11

40

11

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40

51

C
A

Weight
(kg)
60
75
90
105
135
160
180
225
270

A
(mm)
539
581
594
637
674
747
780
821
895

B
(mm)
140
151
160
169
178
A
194
201
224
230

C
(mm)
420
452
458
501
528
581
610
641
700

D
(mm)
203
215
224
239
255
286
297
312
335

E
(mm)
650
700
712
771
815
895
937
982
1080

F
(mm)
120
120
120
142
142 D
157
157
174
174

G
(mm)
90
90
90
105
105
115
115
125
125

H
(mm)
22
22
22
28
28
32
32
36
36

K
(mm)
60
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
100

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A3-10014 Pool TW Type High Holding Power


Stockless Anchor (continued)
Weight
(kg)
300
360
430
495
585
675
765
855
970
1080
1195
1305
1440
1575
1710
1845
1980
2140
2295
2475
2655
2835
3040
3240
3445
3670
3940
4210
4500
4840
5175
5515
5850
6225
6975
7875
8325
8775

A
(mm)
898
980
1040
1078
1149
1205
1256
1306
1360
1410
1435
1490
1554
1594
1635
1684
1733
1765
1802
1860
1900
1945
1984
2036
2070
2110
2152
2218
2264
2316
2334
2412
2439
2509
2623
2695
2757
2797

B
(mm)
235
258
274
283
302
315
328
340
351
368
377
390
402
418
429
443
451
463
473
487
497
510
520
531
540
556
563
585
596
610
615
631
642
659
675
709
724
737

C
(mm)
701
766
818
842
899
943
984
1020
1064
1103
1123
1175
1218
1250
1285
1315
1359
1385
1418
1453
1486
1521
1558
1590
1628
1658
1697
1735
1775
1812
1832
1893
1909
1964
2047
2114
2163
2190

D
(mm)
336
370
393
402
436
454
470
496
513
530
537
558
585
600
614
638
652
664
678
705
716
730
744
768
782
795
802
838
854
868
876
911
918
940
990
1012
1041
1052

E
(mm)
1080
1175
1260
1295
1388
1456
1518
1575
1642
1703
1730
1814
1875
1931
1985
2035
2088
2138
2190
2240
2298
2350
2404
2456
2507
2560
2621
2680
2740
2800
2829
2921
2948
3033
3145
3264
3340
3381

F
(mm)
174
201
201
201
236
236
236
306
306
306
306
306
306
361
361
361
361
361
361
400
400
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
550
550
550
550
550
550
660
660
660

G
(mm)
125
140
140
140
175
175
175
225
225
225
225
225
225
255
255
255
255
255
255
290
290
290
290
290
290
360
360
360
360
400
400
400
400
400
400
470
470
470

H
(mm)
36
40
40
40
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60
60
75
75
75
75
75
75
80
80
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
100
100
100
100
100
100
130
130
130

9225
9675
10125
10575
11025
12075
12675
13350
14100
15000
16125

2865
2905
2941
2979
3027
3121
3161
3221
3295
3357
3443

756
768
780
791
802
813
826
840
855
873
894

2236
2272
2307
2341
2374
2407
2446
2489
2535
2588
2651

1092
1109
1126
1142
1158
1174
1193
1214
1236
1262
1293

3453
3497
3552
3591
3658
3784
3829
3903
4010
4057
4170

660
700
700
700
750
750
750
800
800
800
870

470
500
500
500
540
540
540
570
570
570
625

130
140
140
140
150
150
150
160
160
160
175

K
(mm)
100
110
110
120
125
130
140
140
150
155
160
160
170
170
175
180
190
195
195
200
210
210
220
220
230
230
230
240
250
260
260
270
270
280
290
300
300
310
310
320
320
330
330
340
340
350
360
370
380

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A3-10001 Cast Steel Danforth


Type High Holding Power Anchor

Weight
(kg)
136
227
340
454
908
1360
1815
2268
2721
3175
3628
4535
9070
13605
18141

A
(mm)
1830
1600
1720
1830
2110
2390
2640
2840
3000
3120
3280
3510
4360
5320
5590

B
(mm)
1240
1380
1480
1580
1820
2260
2500
2700
2860
2960
3120
3220
4140
4760
5205

C
(mm)
280
320
370
410
530
600
660
710
760
790
830
890
1110
1280
1410

D
(mm)
935
1050
1129
1203
1391
1641
1815
1957
2060
2165
2270
2435
2920
3390
3520

E
(mm)
870
970
1040
1110
1270
1500
1660
1790
1880
1970
2060
2210
2620
3040
3330

F
(mm)
590
660
720
760
910
990
1050
1150
1210
1260
1320
1420
1770
2040
2245

G
(mm)
30
35
40
45
65
75
75
90
100
100
100
115
140
160
180

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A3-10002 CMIC High Holding Power


Delta Anchor
A well established high holding power anchor design approved and certified
by all major classification authorities and available in weights from 250kg to
in excess of 20,000kg.

In built stabilisation within a wide fluke area, combined with adjustable fluke
angles of between 2850 degrees, enables deployment in a wide spectrum
of seabed mediums and has allowed the anchor to become widely accepted
within the offshore, dredging and marine civil engineering industries.
F

50

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C

32
D

B
Nominal
Weight (kg)
300
500
750
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
5000
6000
7000
7500
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13500
15000
18000
20000

A
(mm)
1380
1725
1950
2150
2460
2715
2925
3105
3240
3375
3658
3935
4120
4215
4315
4490
4725
4868
4960
5120
5345
5678
5880

B
(mm)
1200
1500
1700
1870
2140
2360
2540
2700
2845
2953
3200
3405
3580
3666
3750
3874
4100
4140
4275
4450
4600
4890
5065

C
(mm)
960
1200
1360
1500
1710
1890
2035
2160
2280
2315
2560
2720
2860
2925
3000
3120
3280
3310
3420
3560
3685
3919
4050

D
(mm)
465
570
650
710
815
900
970
1030
1087
1140
1225
1310
1360
1390
1425
1480
1560
1600
1640
1700
1735
1840
1900

E
(mm)
1080
1350
1530
1680
1920
2125
2290
2430
2565
2650
2900
3125
3220
3295
3380
3512
3690
3750
3860
4000
4160
4418
4570

F
(mm)
45
48
50
62
70
75
80
90
90
100
110
110
117
124
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
170
175

Proof Load
(kN)
98
143
198
250
350
435
510
576
635
686
776
875
968
1005
1048
1108
1172
1238
1300
1408
1520
1710
1840

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A3-10006 ST High Holding Power


Offshore Anchor
A more recent design of high holding power anchor with full class
certification, available in sizesfrom 500kg to 30,000kg. Adjustable flukes
able to produce holding power ratios of between 3050 times anchor
weight.They are favoured within the offshore industry for a range of
applications from semi submersible rigs to permanent moorings.

H
D

F
N

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F
N

L
E

Nominal Weight
(kg)
500
1000
1500
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
7500
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13500
15000
18000
20000
22000
25000
30000

G
A
(mm)
2042
2572
2945
3241
3710
4084
4400
4676
4924
5038
5148
5354
5545
5724
5892
6128
6347
6745
6986
7212
7526
7998

B
(mm)
2183
2750
3148
3465
3967
4366
4703
4998
5262
5384
5501
5721
5925
6116
6296
6548
6782
7207
7465
7706
8041
8545

C
(mm)
1237
1558
1784
1963
2248
2475
2666
2833
2982
3051
3119
3224
3360
3468
3570
3713
3846
4087
4233
4369
4559
4844

D
(mm)
48
59
68
74
90
100
110
110
115
124
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
175
180
190
195
210

50
E
(mm)
187
236
270
297
340
374
403
428
451
461
471
490
508
524
539
561
581
618
640
660
689
733

32(mm)
854
1076
1232
1356
1553
1709
1841
1956
2059
2107
2154
2240
2320
2395
2465
2564
2656
2823
2924
3018
3149
3260

G
(mm)
320
404
462
508
581
640
690
733
772
790
808
840
870
898
924
961
995
1054
1092
1127
1176
1249

H
(mm)
997
1256
1438
1583
1812
1995
2149
2284
2404
2460
2515
2616
2710
2797
2879
2994
3101
3295
3413
3523
3677
3907

L
(mm)
215
271
310
340
385
415
480
500
540
580
600
620
640
660
680
700
730
790
800
850
860
940

N
(mm)
64
87
100
108
125
132
148
158
165
170
172
182
188
192
198
200
210
225
235
242
250
265

HHP Proof
Load (kN)
143.0
250.0
350.0
435.0
576.0
686.0
776.0
875.0
968.0
1005.0
1048.0
1108.0
1172.0
1238.0
1300.0
1408.0
1520.0
1710.0
1840.0
1940.0
2070.0
2410.0

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A3-10007 STS High Holding Power


Offshore Anchor
A derivative of theST with the addition of shark teeth on the twin shanks
makes this anchor ideal for enhanced performance in hard seabed medium
and coral, etc.

H
D
F
N

L
50
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H
A

F
N

G
Nominal Weight
(kg)
500
1000
1500
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
7500
8000
9000
B 10000
11000
12000
13500
15000
18000
20000
22000
25000
30000

A
(mm)
2042
2572
2945
3241
3710
4084
4400
4676
4924
5038
5148
5354
5545
5724
5892
6128
6347
6745
6986
7212
7526
7998

B
(mm)
2183
2750
3148
3465
A
3967
4366
C 4703
4998
5262
5384
5501
5721
5925
6116
6296
6548
6782
7207
7465
7706
8041
8545

C
(mm)
1237
1558
1784
1963
2248
2475
2666
2833
2982
3051
3119
3224
3360
3468
3570
3713
3846
4087
4233
4369
4559
4844

D
(mm)
48
59
68
74
90
100
110
110
115
124
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
175
180
190
195
210

50

E
(mm)
32
187
236
270
297
340
374
403
428
451
461
471
490
508
524
539
561
581
618
640
660
689
733

F
(mm)
854
1076
1232
1356
1553
1709
1841
1956
2059
2107
2154
2240E
2320
2395
G
2465
2564
2656
2823
2924
3018
3149
3260

G
(mm)
320
404
462
508
581
640
690
733
772
790
808
840
870
898
924
961
995
1054
1092
1127
1176
1249

H
(mm)
997
1256
1438
1583
1812
1995
2149
2284
2404
2460
2515
2616
2710
2797
2879
2994
3101
3295
3413
3523
3677
3907

L
(mm)
215
271
310
340
385
415
480
500
540
580
600
620
640
660
680
700
730
790
800
850
860
940

N
(mm)
64
87
100
108
125
132
148
158
165
170
172
182
188
192
198
200
210
225
235
242
250
265

HHP Proof
Load (kN)
143.0
250.0
350.0
435.0
576.0
686.0
776.0
875.0
968.0
1005.0
1048.0
1108.0
1172.0
1238.0
1300.0
1408.0
1520.0
1710.0
1840.0
1940.0
2070.0
2410.0

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A3-10005 CMIC High Holding Power


STV Anchor
An early generation high holding power anchor that
has, for some applications, been superseded by other
anchor types. It still proves a popular general purpose
HHP anchor, findingfavour within the dredging and
construction industries.

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32

A
K

D
B

Anchor Weight
(kg)
1000
1500
K
3000
D
5000
7000
B
9000
12000
15000
20000
30000

A
(mm)
2341
2680
3376
4003
4478
4869
5366
5780
6362
7283

B
(mm)
2645
3038
3828
4538
5077
5521
5892
6347
6986
7997

C
(mm)
1559
1785
2249
2667
2983
3244
3458
3725
4100
4694

D
(mm)
2023
2316
2918
3460
3871
4209
4490
4837
5324
6094

E
(mm)
737
843
1063
1260
1409
1533
1728
1861
2048
2345

K
(mm)
1010
1156
1456
1727
1932
2100
2255
2430
2674
3061

L
(mm)
412
471
E
594
704
788
857
914
984
1083
1240

S L
(mm)
60
65
80
80
90
100
130
150
160
180

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A3-50005 Superay Drag Embedment


Anchor
Superay Anchors are designed especially for deployment
in sand bottom conditions. Other seabed conditions
such as clay and mud may require heavier anchors with
modified fluke angles.

4
2

Packed flat ready for shipment to site.


On-site assembly takes a matter of minutes.

3000kg

2000kg

1670mm

50kg

1000mm

400kg

1948mm

560mm

Base Width(mm)

Weight
(kg)
25
50 Fld
75 Fld
100 Fld
100 Blt
150
250
500
750
1000
1500
2000
3000

Base Width
(mm)
873
1067
1170
1238
1238
1390
1692
2133
2348
2521
3300
3182
3698

Arm Length
(mm)
737
903
989
1044
1044
1175
1428
1808
1980
2128
2900
2694
3131

Arm Length(mm)

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A3-10043 Oval Pattern Cast Iron Sinker

EE

AA

DD

FF

BB

CC

E
Mass
(tonne)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
B
7.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
9.0
10.0

Dimensions (mm)
A
840
1100
1140
1400
1400
1500
1500
1500
1500
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800

B
600
860
A
860
1000
1000
1200
1200
1200
1200
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

C
165
170
255
240
300
300
350
350
375
330
365
400
430
460
495
530
565
595
660

D
200
200
D
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200

E
50
50
50
60
60
60
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70

F
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
250
250
250
250
250
250
250

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Table of Equipment According to Classification Rules


Equipment Number and
Corresponding Letter

Stockless Bower Anchors

Stud Link Chain Cable For


Bower Anchors

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Conventional
Anchor
(kg)
180
240
300
360
420
480
570
660
780
900
1020
1140
1290
1440
1590
1740
1920
2100
2280
2460
2640
2850
3060
3300
3540
3780
4050
4320
4590
4890
5250
5610
6000
6450
6900
7350
7800

High Holding
Power Anchor
(kg)
135
180
225
270
315
360
430
495
585
675
765
855
970
1080
1195
1305
1440
1575
1710
1845
1980
2140
2295
2475
2655
2835
3040
3240
3450
3670
3940
4210
4500
4840
5175
5515
5850

Total
Length
(kg)
220
220
247.5
247.5
275
275
302.5
302.5
330
357.5
357.5
385
385
412.5
412.5
440
440
440
467.5
467.5
467.5
495
495
495
522.5
522.5
522.5
550
550
550
577.5
577.5
577.5
605
605
605
632.5

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

8300
8700
9300
9900
10500
11100
11700
12300
12900
13500
14100

6225
6525
6975
7425
7875
8325
8775
9225
9675
10125
10575

632.5
632.5
660
660
660
687.5
687.5
687.5
715
715
715

Exceeding

Not
Exceeding

Equipment
Letter

Quantity

50
70
90
110
130
150
175
205
240
280
320
360
400
450
500
550
600
660
720
780
840
910
980
1060
1140
1220
1300
1390
1480
1570
1670
1790
1930
2080
2230
2380
2530
2700

70
90
110
130
150
175
205
240
280
320
360
400
450
500
550
600
660
720
780
840
910
980
1060
1140
1220
1300
1390
1480
1570
1670
1790
1930
2080
2230
2380
2530
2700
2870

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
A+
B+
C+
D+
E+
F+
G+
H+
I+
J+
K+

2870
3040
3210
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600

3040
3210
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600
4800

L+
M+
N+
O+
P+
Q+
R+
S+
T+
U+
V+

U1
(mm)

U2
(mm)

U3
(mm)

14
16
17.5
19
20.5
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
73
76
78
81
84
87
90

12.5
14
16
17.5
17.5
19
20.5
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
73
76
78

20.5
22
24
24
26
28
30
30
32
34
36
36
38
40
42
44
46
46
48
50
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68

92
95
97
100
102
105
107
111
114
117
120

81
84
84
87
90
92
95
97
100
102
105

70
73
76
78
78
81
84
87
87
90
92

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Table of Equipment According to Classification Rules


(continued)
Equipment Number and
Corresponding Letter

Stockless Bower Anchors

Exceeding

Not
Exceeding

Equipment
Letter

Quantity

4800
5000
5200
5500
5800
6100
6500
6900

5000
5200
5500
5800
6100
6500
6900
7400

W+
X+
Y+
Z+
AX
BX
CX
DX

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Conventional
Anchor
(kg)
14700
15400
16100
16900
17800
18800
20000
21500

High Holding
Power Anchor
(kg)
11025
11550
12075
12675
13350
14100
15000
16125

Stud Link Chain Cable For


Bower Anchors
Total
Length
(kg)
742.5
742.5
742.5
742.5
742.5
742.5
770
770

U1
(mm)

U2
(mm)

U3
(mm)

122
124
127
130
132

107
111
111
114
117
120
124
127

95
97
97
100
102
107
111
114

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Approximate Weights of Kenters, Shackles and Swivels


Diameter of Chain
(mm)
19

Kenter Joining Link


(kg)
1.00

D-end Anchor Shackle


(kg)
2.50

Swivel Forerunner
(kg)
5.91

20.5

1.40

3.10

7.57

22

1.70

3.80

9.59

24

2.00

5.00

11.66

26

2.50

6.00

13.80

28

3.70

8.40

19.38

30

4.00

9.80

22.57

32

5.00

11.30

26.09

34

5.50

13.60

30.99

36

7.00

17.60

40.88

38

8.10

19.80

45.85

40

9.00

22.30

51.75

42

10.30

25.80

59.37

44

12.50

31.90

73.62

46

13.50

35.20

81.66

48

15.00

38.80

90.20

50

18

41

115

52

20

45

124

54

22

50

141

56

24

54

148

58

28

65

168

60

30

70

191

62

33

76

202

64

38

82

231

66

40

94

261

68

44

101

273

70

46

108

307

73

51

124

348

76

58

141

392

78

65

150

409

81

74

171

458

84

84

193

508

87

94

218

564

90

105

243

623

92

110

256

669

95

115

290

733

97

135

305

754

100

150

335

827

102

160

350

891

107

175

410

1042

111

200

445

1150

114

225

475

1239

117

230

505

1332

122

267

550

1465

127

315

600

1632

132

370

675

1790

137

390

750

2030

142

450

900

2380

147

505

1055

2980

152

545

1200

2990

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A3-10008 Stud Link Anchor Chain


Stud link chain is available in sizes from 12.5mm
diameter to in excess of 120mm. Manufactured to
internationally agreed standards with the product
integrity being verified by all the major class societies
LRS, ABS, DNA, etc.
Chains are supplied in a number of different material
grades, grade 2 and 3 being the most common for
ships equipment and buoy moorings, whilst other
grades such as ORQ and R4 have applications within
the offshore industry.

link
CommonCommon
link
4.4D

4D

4D

4.35D

4.4D

3.6D

3.96D

3.6D

mm
12.5
14
16
17.5
19
20.5
22
24
26
28
30
32
34

1.2D

Enlarged link

Diameter D

in

916
58
1116

1316
78
1516
1
118
1316
1
1516

4D

1.1D

Common link

Common link

4D

3.96D

4.35D

End link

1.1D
Grade 2

Approximate
Minimum Mass
kg per
27.5 m
110
130
170
180
220
260
300
340
405
475
545
615
690

kg
per
Proof Load
Enlarged
link
m
(tonne)
4.0
6.7
4.7
8.4
6.2
10.9
6.5
13.0
8.0
15.3
9.4
17.8
10.9
20.4
12.4
24.2
14.7
28.3
17.3
32.7
19.8
37.5
22.4
42.5
25.1
47.7

Break Load
(tonne)
9.4
11.8
15.3
18.3
21.5
24.9
28.6
33.9
39.7
45.8
52.4
59.4
66.8

Grade 3
Proof Load
End link Break Load
(tonne)
(tonne)
9.4
13.5
11.8
16.8
15.3
22.0
18.3
26.1
21.5
30.7
24.9
35.6
28.6
40.9
33.9
48.5
39.7
56.7
45.8
65.5
52.4
74.9
59.4
84.9
66.8
95.5

Table continued overleaf.


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A3-10008 Stud Link Anchor Chain


(continued)
Diameter D

mm
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
73
76
78
81
84
87
90
92
94
97
100
102
105
107
111
114
117
120
122
124
127
130
132
137
142
147
152
157
162

Approximate
Minimum Mass

Grade 2

Grade 3

in
1716
1
1916
158
1
11316
178
2
2116
218
2316
2516
238
2716
2
258
21116
234
278
3
318
3316
3516
3716
3916
358
334
31316
31616
4
418
4316
438
4
458
434

kg per
27.5 m
775
860
950
1040
1130
1240
1345
1455
1575
1690
1810
1945
2075
2220
2370
2525
2685
2850
3100
3360
3535
3820
4105
4405
4705
4905
5210
5425
5745
5970
6320
6575
7080
7475
7870
8270

kg per
m
28.2
31.3
34.5
37.8
41.1
45.1
48.9
52.9
57.3
61.4
65.8
70.7
75.4
80.7
86.2
91.8
97.6
103.6
112.7
122.2
128.5
138.9
149.3
160.2
171.1
178.4
189.4
197.3
208.9
217.1
229.8
239.1
257.4
271.8
286.2
300.7

Proof Load
(tonne)
53.3
59.3
65.3
71.7
78.4
85.3
92.6
100.0
108.0
116.0
124.0
132.0
141.0
150.0
159.0
169.0
178.0
188.0
203.0
219.0
230.0
246.0
263.0
280.0
298.0
310.0
329.0
341.0
360.0
373.0
393.0
406.0
433.0
453.0
474.0
495.0

Break Load
(tonne)
74.6
82.8
91.4
100.0
110.0
119.0
130.0
140.0
151.0
162.0
174.0
185.0
198.0
210.0
223.0
236.0
250.0
263.0
285.0
307.0
322.0
345.0
368.0
393.0
417.0
434.0
460.0
477.0
504.0
522.0
550.0
568.0
606.0
635.0
664.0
694.0

Proof Load
(tonne)
74.6
82.8
91.4
100.0
110.0
119.0
130.0
140.0
151.0
162.0
174.0
185.0
198.0
210.0
223.0
236.0
250.0
263.0
285.0
307.0
322.0
345.0
368.0
393.0
417.0
434.0
460.0
477.0
504.0
522.0
550.0
568.0
606.0
635.0
664.0
694.0

Break Load
(tonne )
107.0
118.0
131.0
143.0
157.0
171.0
185.0
200.0
215.0
231.0
248.0
265.0
282.0
300.0
319.0
337.0
357.0
376.0
407.0
438.0
459.0
492.0
526.0
561.0
596.0
620.0
657.0
682.0
720.0
746.0
785.0
812.0
865.0
907.0
948.0
991.0

41316
478
5
518
5316
538
5916
534
6
618
638

8550
8835
9270
9710
10005
10750
11500
12300
13200
14100
15100

310.9
321.3
337.1
353.1
363.8
390.9
418.2
447.3
480.0
512.7
549.1

510.0
524.0
546.0
568.0
583.0
620.0
658.0
697.0
736.0
775.0
815.0

714.0
734.0
764.0
795.0
816.0
868.0
921.0
975.0
1030.0
1085.0
1140.0

714.0
734.0
764.0
795.0
816.0
868.0
921.0
975.0
1030.0
1085.0
1140.0

1019.0
1048.0
1092.0
1136.0
1165.0
1240.0
1316.0
1393.0
1471.0
1550.0
1630.0

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A3-10010 Kenter Joining Link

D
D

4D

6D

4D

6D

4.2D

1.5D

4.2D

1.5D

Common link

Kenter joining link


Common link
Kenter joining link
Common link

Common link

Typical application
Typical application
Size D (mm)
12.5
14
16
19
22
26
28
32

Weight (kg)
0.39
0.51
0.62
1.0
1.7
2.5
3.7
4.8

Size D (mm)
34
38
40
44
48
50
54
58

Weight (kg)
5.5
8.1
9.0
12.5
15
18
22
28

Size D (mm)
60
64
68
70
73
76
78
84

Weight (kg)
30
38
44
46
51
58
65
84

Size D (mm)
86
90
92
95
98
102

Weight (kg)
94
105
110
115
135
160

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A3-10023 Bow and Eye Swivel


3.6D
3.6D

1.1D
1.1D

3.6D

1.1D

9.3D
9.3D

1.4D
1.4D

6.3D

9.3D

6.3D
6.3D

1.4D

4.7D
4.7D

1.2D
1.2D

3.4D
3.4D

End link
End link

4.7D

Swivel
Swivel

End link
End link

1.2D
3.4D

Enlarged link
Enlarged link
End link

Enlarged link
Enlarged link
Swivel
SwivelSwivel

End link
End
link

Enlarged link
Enlarged link

Enlarged link

Size D (mm)
19
22
End
link
26
30
32
34
38
41

Weight (kg)
2.8
4.4
6.8
9.4
12.7
17.5
22
29

Enlarged link

Common link
Common link

End link

Enlarged link
Enlarged link

Size D (mm)
44
48
Swivel
52
54
57
60
64
67

Enlarged link

Weight (kg)
36
43
54
64
75
78
90
104

Size D (mm)
70
73
Common
link
76
79
83
86
89
92

Enlarged link

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Weight (kg)
114
134
152
171
189
196
217
256

Size D (mm)
95
98
102
105
108
110
114
120

Weight (kg)
275
300
342
387
420
450
520
620

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A3-10019 D End Anchor Shackle

4D
8.7D
1.3D
4D
8.7D
1.3D

1.8D

1.8D

2.4D

1.4D

3.1D

1.4D

5.2D
2.4D

1.4D

Enlarged link

3.1D

1.4D

Anchor shackle

Anchor shank

5.2D

Enlarged link

Swivel

Anchor shackle

End link

Swivel

Chain size
(mm)
19
22
26
30
32
34
38
42

Clenched anchor shackle

End link

Weight
(kg)
2.5
3.8
6.0
9
11.3
13.6
19.8
25.8

Anchor shank

Chain size
(mm)
44
48
52
54
58
60
64
68

Clenched anchor shackle

Weight
(kg)
31.9
38.8
45
50
65
70
82
94

Chain size
(mm)
70
73
76
78
84
87
90
92

Weight
(kg)
108
124
141
150
189
218
243
256

Chain size
(mm)
95
100
102
107
111
114
117
122

Weight
(kg)
290
335
350
410
445
475
505
550

Intermediate sizes are available eg. 24, 28, 36 mm, etc.


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A3-10011 Pear Shaped Detachable


Anchor Connecting Link

G
D

F
A

G
D
K

A
B
Anchor shackle

Anchor shank

H
Common links

No.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Chain size
A
(mm)
(mm)
25 - 30
238
32 - 40
298
Anchor
42
- 51 shank
379
52 - 60
454
62 - 79
562
81 - 92
654
94 - 95
692

B
C
D
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
165 Anchor
44 shackle
32
206
57
38
260
76
51
311
89
60
375
117
79
419
133
92
435
149
98

E
(mm)
38
48
64
76
95
124
130

F
(mm)
73
83
98
121
150
150
159

G
(mm)
32
44
60
73
86
111
137

H
(mm)
44
57
73
89
111
133
140

J
(mm)
19
29
32
38
48
54
57

K
(mm)
35
44
54
64
76
79
83

Weight
(kg)
6.4
12.7
27
48
94
149
236

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

Common links

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A3-10024 Jaw and Jaw Swivel


1.4D

1.4D

1.4D

1.4D

1.3D

12.7D

12.7D

7.7D

1.3D

7.7D

c 1.7D
2.2D

c 1.7D
5.6D

2.2D

4D

End link

Anchor shank

Enlarged link

5.6D

4D
Common link

End link

Anchor shank

Enlarged link
Anchor shank

Common link

Common link

Anchor shank
Common link
Enlarged link

Enlarged link

Chain Size
(mm)
54
57
60
64

Weight
(kg)
120
156
200
258

End link

Anchor shackle

End link

Chain Size
(mm)
68
70
73
76

Anchor shackle

Weight
(kg)
303
330
361
394

Chain Size
(mm)
84
90
95
102

Weight
(kg)
493
600
700
970

Chain Size
(mm)
105
108
114
120

Weight
(kg)
1060
1170
1440
1650

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A3-10009 Open Link Mooring Chain


Available in self coloured, black bitumastic painted or
galvanised finish. In grade 1, 2 and 3 complete with certification.

Diameter D
mm

in

Pitch A
(mm)

Width B
(mm)

Approx. weight per


metre (kg)

14
16
19
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42

9/16
5/8
3/4
7/8
15/16
1
11/8
13/16
11/4
13/8
1516
11/2
19/16
15/8

56
64
76
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
152
160
168

22.4
25.6
30.4
35.2
38.4
41.6
44.8
48
51.2
54.4
57.6
60.8
64
67.2

4
5
8
10.5
12
13
16
18
21
23
26
29
33
36

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A3-10021 D Forelock
Shackle Fitted with Oval Pin

Part No.
FS 22.5
FS 27
FS 31
FS 34
FS 37
FS 39
FS 42
FS 45
FS 48
FS 50
FS 53

A
(mm)
22.5
27
31
34
37
39
42
45
48
50
53

B
(mm)
29
34
39
43
46
51
54
57
62
65
69

C
(mm)
22.5
27
31
34
37
39
42
45
48
50
53

D
(mm)
139
165
192
209
226
244
261
278
296
313
331

E
(mm)
50
59
68
74
81
87
93
99
105
112
118

F
(mm)
38
45
53
57
61
68
72
76
80
87
92

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A3-10020
Bow and D Shackle

Bow screw pin

Bow screw
Bow pin
screw pin

D screw pin

D screw
D pin
screw pin

Bow safety pin

Bow safety
Bow pin
safety pin

D safety pin

D safety
D pin
safety pin

Inside Inside Inside Body Body Body


length lengthlength dia. dia. dia.

Jaw
gap

Jaw
gap

Jaw
gap

Pin dia.Pin dia.

Pin dia.

SWL
(tonne)

Body
dia.
(mm)

Pin
dia.
(mm)

Jaw Gap
(mm)

0.33
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.50
2.00
3.25
4.75
6.50
8.50
9.50
12.00
13.50
17.00
25.00
35.00
55.00
85.00
120.00

5
6.5
8
9.5
11
12.5
16
19
22
26
28
32
35
38
44
50
64
76
89

6.5
8
9.5
11
12.5
16
19
22
26
28
32
35
38
42
50
57
70
83
95

10
12
13
16
18
22
26
31
36
43
47
51
57
60
74
83
105
127
146

Inside Length
D type
Bow type
(mm)
(mm)

22

28
27
31
31
36
37
43
43
51
51
64
59
76
73
83
85
95
90
108
94
115
115
133
127
146
149
178
171
197
203
254
230
330
267
381

Unit Weight
Screw Pin
Safety Pin
(kg)
(kg)
0.03
0.04
0.05
0.06
0.08
0.09
0.14
0.15
0.19
0.21
0.34
0.38
0.63
0.7
0.95
1.0
1.60
1.7
2.30
2.6
3.24
3.8
4.40
4.8
6.00
7.0
7.50
8.5
14.00
16.0
18.90
21.0
37.20
42.0

69.0

120.0

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A3-10034 Mooring Ring

Size
(mm)
19
25
32
38
44
51
57
64
70
76
83
89
95
102

Weight
(kg)
6
12
24
40
63
98
136
193
252
323
421
518
630
780

Typical application

Ring
Shackles
Sinker

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A3-10033 Fish
B Plate
Also referred to as monkey face, towing plate or
3-way plate.

A
C

SWL
(tonne)
25
35
55
85
120
150
175
200
250

MBL (min)
(tonne)
75
105
165
255
360
450
525
600
750

A
(mm)
55
60
75
90
105
115
115
140
150

B
(mm)
50
60
80
90
110
130
140
150
170

C
(mm)
140
150
180
220
240
260
290
380
450

Tolerance 5%.
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A3-10031 Sea Catch Quick Release Hook


An economically priced, compact, purpose-built
range, designed specifically for remote, manual
release under full load with minimal effort. Common
applications include: fast rescue craft deployment,
buoy laying, anchor handling, subsea flowline
installation, subsea vehicle deployment, towing
operations and drop testing.

Low friction, low effort lanyard release at full load


F

Suitable for horizontal or vertical mounting


A

Perpendicular or parallel release directions


Stainless steel construction
Hitch-pin lock for device locking safety

No springs
Released

Locked
Shackle

To release,
remove hitch-pin
and pull
lanyard in
either direction

Load

Aligned holes
allows device
locking with
hitch-pin

Snap lever
closed (over
centre) to lock

Shackle
Shackles not provided

Load

F
E

LOCKED

RELEASED

5/8 shackle

To release,
remove
hitch-pin
RELEASED
Approximate Dimensions (mm) and Mass (kg)
and pull
ToBrelease,
C
D
E
lanyard
in 73
remove
hitch-pin
10
5
10
either
and
18 pulldirection
114
6
14

LOCKED

Model
AlignedSWL
holes
(tonne)
5/8 shackle No.

allows device
0.59
TR3
locking with
1.5Aligned holesTR5
allows deviceTR7
hitch-pin
3.19
locking with

4.34
TR8
hitch-pin
7.18
TR10
Snap lever
12.77
TR11
Snap lever
closed (over
14.9
closed (over TR12
centre) 22.76
tocentre)
lock to lock
TR15

Load
A
Load
8
13
19
22
29
38
41
Load
51
Load

lanyard
in
25
168
either
direction
30
195

41
248
5/8
shackle
54
334
5/8 shackle
(3/4
pin
dia.)
57
362

(3/4 pin dia.)

Shackles
not provided
70
416
Shackles not provided

10
11
13
19
21
25

21
24
32
41
44
56

F
50
79
116
140
175
233
252
310

Mass (kg)
0.14
0.58
1.81
2.85
5.67
14.50
18.14
34.40

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Sea Catch M Series


The LM series up to the TR12 have an enlarged and
reinforced jaw area able to accept larger diameter
wires and shackles than the standard Sea Catch.
The TR15LM is a modified TR15 provided with a front
jaw enlarged to receive up to 2.98 fibre line such as a
fibre forerunner. Additional side plates at the jaw area
are provided to spread the load. An inner jaw radius of
1.61 inches is formed to simulate the synthetic line end
of a Mandal Fairlead Shackle #120M.

Sea Catch TR15DM


The TR15DM is a modified TR15 provided with a front
jaw enlarged to receive up to 3.3 fibre line such as a
fibre forerunner. Additional side plates at the jaw area
are provided to spread the load. An inner jaw radius of
1.61 inches is formed to simulate the synthetic line end
of a Mandal Fairlead Shackle #120M.

Sea Catch Air-activated Units


Standard Sea Catch units are fitted with a hole in the
body below the release lever and mounting holes
tapped in the base of the body. The rod end of an air
cylinder is inserted into the hole and the cylinder is
mounted below the body with thru-mounting screws.
Air-activated Sea Catches operate at 60 to 100 psi.
Manual backup release is maintained by means of the
standard lanyard pull on the release lever.

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Sea Catch Hydraulic-activated Units


The Sea Catch RAM model is a standard Sea Catch
unit fitted with a hydraulic cylinder mounted below
the device. Above the cylinder is a plunger which
penetrates through a hole in the body below the
toggle pin. When activated, the cylinder pushes the
plunger and the toggle pin upward causing the Sea
Catch to release. The usual manual release capability
is maintained. The maximum hydraulic pressure for all
hydraulic cylinders is 5,000 psi.

Sea Catch Squib-fired Units


Sea Catch Squib-fired models are standard Sea Catch
units fitted with chambers below the release lever
where a squib or squib-fired thruster is threaded or
inserted and secured. The units are electrically, often
remotely activated. The Sea Catch TR5SQ and TR7SQ
can now be fired solely with a squib although the use
of squib-fired thrusters offers far greater dependability,
firing consistency and safety. With the TR5SQ and the
TR7SQ, safe, split second release activation is provided
for both single load or multiple load releasing. Manual
backup release is maintained by means of the standard
lanyard pull on the release lever.

Sea Catch TR7RL


The Sea Catch TR7RL is simply a Sea Catch TR7 with a
release lever that is reversed. This modification allows
the operator to activate the unit from the side of the
unit (perpendicular to the line of load) or slightly below
that direction. Special care must be taken to stay clear
of objects being released under load.

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A3-10038 Ram Hook


An alloy steel hook designed for manual release under
loaded conditions.

E
A

C
Model
Number

D
H44-3L
H44-3
H44-9

Maximum
Weight of
Load for
Release
(MWLR)

Safe
Working
Load
(SWL)

907
1585
4535

907
2040
8129

Approximate
Release Load
Required
At
MWLR
32
37
55

Dimensions (mm)

Without
Load
7
7
16

Mass
(kg)

114
114
178

36
36
53

23
23
42

24
24
51

24
24
38

0.9
0.9
5.5

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A3-10041 Anchor Line LBNO Hook


The anchor line LBNO hook was designed specifically
for the marine industry, its principal characteristic being
the ability to release a load remotely and in a controlled
manner. A typical application would be the retrieval
and re-deployment of anchors for civil engineering
construction and pipelaying barges or semi-submersible
drilling rigs and heavy lift/salvage vessels.

C
B

C
B

Working Load Limit


(tonne)

US Ton

13.6
18.1
22.7

15
20
25

Dimensions (mm)
A
38
40
51

B
57
70
86

C
343
343
438

D
32
32
38

Approximate
Mass (kg)
8
12
22

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A3-10037 Pelican Hook


Designed to be used with chain and wire.

SWL (tonne)
10
17
25
35
55
85

A
185
190
210
220
240
330

B
55
55
60
60
70
104

Dimensions (mm)
C
50
70
80
90
120
130

D
490
550
610
665
775
1020

Mass
(kg)
25
35
55
70
90
240

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A3-10046 Quick Release


Disc Type Towing Hook
Built around a counter balance disc shaped hook bill,
which on releasing the tow is free to rotate, dissipating
the energy of the tow line, this hook type is common
on vessels built and operating in Europe. The hook
incorporates the required characteristics of all tow
hooks, the ability for release whilst under full load, from
multiple positions, both local and remote.
In addition to the standard build version, the hooks can
carry various extras including the choice of powered
release by pneumatic or hydraulic means. Inclusion of
load cell pins can provide on-hook load information to
the wheelhouse or other suitable monitoring location.

Tonne
7
15
25
45
65
100

A
(mm)
280
340
470
470
600
650

B
(mm)
266
340
473
483
599
670

C
(mm)
582
765
1058
1063
1352
1600

D
(mm)
110
147
190
226
262
294

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A3-10042 Buoy Mounted


Quick Release Mooring Hook
The buoy mounted quick release mooring hook provides
a purpose designed, low maintenance, simple, robust and
economic means of mooring vessels to buoys. The hook
is available in two capacities, tensile proof load tested to
136 and 181 tonnes, all suitable for fibre or steel wire rope
or chain. In addition to trouble-free connection, the hook
is designed for remote tripping by lanyard (not whilst
under load). Unit Mass 170kg.

50

570

570

50

1041

44

89

178

44

89

178

1041

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Quick Release Mooring Hooks


Quick release mooring hooks enable ship mooring lines
to be secured safely and with minimum effort. Standard
hooks available are single, double, triple, quadruple,
double back to back and quadruple back to back. Safe
working loads vary from 30 tonnes to 200 tonnes, with
proof loads of up to 1.5 times the safe working load.
Features:
Each hook can be released independently of each other,
whether slack or under full working load
A two step activity to release the hooks prevents accidental
release
Hooks move on vertical and horizontal planes
Shock absorbing impact blocks are installed to neutralise
the energy imparted into the system at quick release so as
to minimise the impact force
Manual operation of the hook is possible with a maximum
effort of 15/ 30kg at full working load limit
The release mechanism is spring load assisted so the
hawser can be released at very low loads
Each hook is designed to accept a load monitoring pin at a
later stage so it can be upgraded to provide mooring load
monitoring
All operating mechanisms are installed within the side
plates, which provides as much mechanical protection as
possible to the release components
Can be free standing or buoy mounted and are supplied
with standard or pelican hooks
The hooks can be fitted with sensors to provide the status of
the hook (open or closed, pressure indication in either
hydraulic or pneumatic release systems, and oil level in
hydraulic systems)
Has ATEX certification for Zone 1 & 2 hazardous areas
Recommended by OCIMF and SIGTTO

Benefits:

Release Options:

Forms the basis of a safe mooring system

Release
Mechanism
Manual
Electric
Hydraulic
Pneumatic

Provides safe mooring line release


Protects personnel and infrastructure
Designed to withstand harsh marine environments
Provides long-term, reliable operation

Local
Release
x
x
x
x

Remote
Release
x
x
x

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B

Cable latch optional

WLL
750 kN
1000 kN
1250 kN
1500 kN

PL
1250 kN
1500 kN
1875 kN
2700 kN

A
95
100
110
120

B
195
210
200
240

C
850
845
970
1070

D
70
70
75
75

E
320
320
400
400

F
580
580
720
720

G
170
180
220
230

H
235
230
290
285

I
405
410
510
515

J
107.5
122.5
132.5
147.5

K
120
150
150
180

L
215
245
265
295

M
1435
1460
1620
1750

Weight
335 kg
400 kg
600 kg
620 kg

WLL covers the following ranges:


750 kN= 500 kN-750 kN / 1000 kN= 800 kN- 1000kN/ 1500 kN= 1500 kN- 1800kN
WL= Working Load Limit
PL= Proof Load

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Quick Release Towing Hooks


Quick Release Towing Hooks enable ships to be towed safely under severe
working conditions. The towing hooks have a quick release mechanism that
allows the towing line to be instantaneously disengaged under full load to
ensure the safety of the tug and personnel. The hook can be released from
the wheel house by pulling the release wire or by pushing a button. At
full safe working load it is possible to release the towing hooks manually,
requiring a load of approximately 15kg.
Remote control systems can be supplied with either a hydraulic or
pneumatic release mechanism. An accurate load monitoring system can
also be incorporated into the towing hooks.
Features:
Simplicity of release
Release force is around 15kg
Wide horizontal and vertical ranges of movement in each hook, so the towing line remains
inline with the vessel at all times
Supplied with an independent classification society certificate as specified by the customer
Solid state logic for remote control system
All remote control devices are completely integrated into the mooring assembly

Optional Items:
Pneumatic remote control
Hydraulic remote control
Load monitoring
Rail track fixings
Bulk head mountings
Integrated capstan structures

Standard Towing Hook

Standard Off Load Hook

Typical minimum diameter for a range of load ratings are:


Load (tonne)
Diameter (mm)

5
28

10
35

20
48

50
70

100
96

200
130

500
200

1000
290

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Rugged Foot Switch


The patented rugged foot switch is ideally suited for use in harsh
marine and offshore environments. It is unique as it has no moving
parts, so its function is unaffected by exposure to weather, salt,
water and other abrasive materials.
Load is applied to an element in the normal way which causes
stress, and the resulting strain is sensed by strain gauges. The
electrical signal from the strain gauges is monitored, and when a
pre-defined applied load is reached, a signal passes to a trip level to
provide switch function.
Features:
Fixed in a stainless steel housing that provides stability and protection
Protected cable
Hermetically sealed to IP67
Can be pressure or steam cleaned
Has ATEX/ IECEx certification for Zone 1 & 2 hazardous areas
On/ off switch or variable speed control options
Fully stainless steel construction
Rated for use in high temperature environments to 60C
Proven field experience
Heavy duty, robust design

Benefits:
Maintenance free for life
Exceptional reliability in the most severe environments
Ideal for antimicrobial environments
'Plug and play' design can be retrofitted to any existing foot switch
installation

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Portable DockAlert
The Portable DockAlert system is a portable tool for use in a nonhazardous area of a jetty that allows monitoring and logging of the
speed of approach and impact speed of a vessel onto the fenders. It
is ideal for terminals that need temporary monitoring (while a jetty
that has sustained damaged is undergoing repairs, for example),
to carry out tests to determine the speeds that vessels are coming
in at, to comply with local regulations or to assess if a permanent
system is required. It is also perfect for terminals that have multiple
berth facilities, where a fixed system would not be suitable.
There are two systems available: Long Range and Hi-accuracy.
The long range system is a general purpose system with a range
of 0-300m, while the hi-accuracy system is designed for use over
0-60m, but with increased accuracy (1.5mm) and resolution
(1mm), so that the final impact speed of the vessel can be closely
monitored at this critical time.
Both systems comprise a laser vessel approach sensor connected
to a portable computer running pre-installed Strainstall DockAlert
PDS software. The system is powered from a battery mounted in a
rugged carry case providing up to 4 hours operation.
Portable DockAlert System Benefits:
Cost effective temporary system that protects jetty infrastructure
Improves safety
Can be used for testing/analysis purposes
Event logging to provide historical information
Ensures compliance with local regulations
Fast deployment on multiple berth terminals

Scope of Supply:
In carry case
Laser sensor with sighting device
Rugged portable computer with DockAlert ODS software installed
12V 10Ahr rechargeable battery and charger
Data and mains cable
In carry bag
Height adjustable tripod with 3-way adjustable head

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Portable DockAlert Typical Specification:


Measurement Unit Options
Distance Range
Distance Resolution
Distance Accuracy
Speed Range
Speed Resolution
Speed Accuracy
Data Rate
Offset Range (to berthing line)
Mounting
Data Rate
Laser Operating Temperature
Laser Degree of Protection
Computer Operating Temperature
Supply
Power Converter

Metric (m, m/min, cm/s) imperial (ft, ft/s)


Long Range: 0-300m (0-1000ft) Hi-Accuracy: 0-60m (0-200ft)
Long Range: 0.01m (0.1ft) Hi-Accuracy: 1mm (0.04")
Long Range: Typically 25mm (1") Hi-Accuracy: 1.5mm (0.05")
0-99cm/s (0-40"/s)
Long Range: 1cm/s (0.1"/s) Hi-Accuracy: 1mm/a (0.003 ft/s)
Long Range: 25mm/s (1"/s) Hi-Accuracy:1.5mm/z (0.005 ft/s)
1 Hz
0-10m (0-50ft)
Adjustable tripod
1 Hz
-10C to 50C (14F to 122F)
IP64:IEC60529 (protected against ingress of dust and moisture)
5C to 35C (41F to 95F)
100-264 vac 50/60 Hz
Incorporated in carry case

Berth Management Systems


Designed to assist the mooring master by providing comprehensive
surveillance of mooring and vessel-related parameters during
approach to the berth and while moored. Sensors monitor speed
of approach, mooring loads, weather conditions, oceanographic
parameters and detect any drift off. All of these values are processed
and presented on a control room display system which provides
graphical representations and lists of all critical data, and is available
in the harbour office and on ship.
The Berth Manager system integrates a number of sub-systems
which are all available as stand alone packages. These systems are:
DockAlert:
Vessel approach monitoring to provide real-time data on speed,
distance off and drift off. A high accuracy system that increases
during the critical approach phase and provides alarms in the event
the vessel moves outside pre-set parameters. The system uses two
eye-safe lasers to measure the distance of the bow and stern relative
to the jetty and relays data to the jetty control room and hand held
pagers on ship or a large digit display mounted on the jetty.
Benefits:
Protects jetty infrastructure by facilitating a smooth and gentle berth
Enables larger vessels to dock without undertaking expensive
infrastructure modifications
Improves vessel 'turn around' times
Improves safety
Provides evidence in the event of a dispute between the jetty operator
and ship owner following a collision
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MoorAlert:
Provides an accurate indication of mooring loads in multi-line
mooring spreads and enables each mooring line to be pretensioned according to each vessels individual mooring scheme.
These loads are measured by strain gauged load measuring pins
installed in the quick release mooring hooks. Provides alarms
should tensions exceed pre-set limits.
Benefits:
Maintains safe and efficient mooring line tension
Ensures safety of personnel whilst vessel is moored
Protects jetty equipment and infrastructure

Meteorological/ Oceanographic Monitoring:


Provides weather and sea-state data to provide information on any
environmental factors impacting on the vessel.

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A3-20010 Oceanmoor 3/4 Strand Rope


A3-20013 Oceanmoor 8 Strand Rope
A polypropylene copolymer has all the attributes of a
standard polypropylene rope. The advantage of the
copolymer is it enhances the abrasion resistance and
significantly increases the breaking load. This makes an
economical option to staple PP and polyamides.
White with red marker strands
Abrasion resistant
Excellent shock absorption
UV stabilised
Excellent shape retention easily spliced
No reduction in strength when wet
Specific gravity 0.91 floats
No water absorption
165C melting point
Excellent chemical resistance to acid and alkali
8/12 strand supplied with protected eye each end
 ertification 3/4 strand certificate confirming MBL
C
8/12 strand Germanischer Lloyd 3rd party certificate

3/4 Strand
Size

8 Strand
Size

Dia. (mm)

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
Dia. (tonne)

Dia. (mm)

1.63

0.28

40

158

28.0

34

3.67

0.77

44

194

33.75

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

6.6

1.35

48

229

39.5

10

10.0

2.00

52

270

45.75

12

14.5

2.84

56

312

52.0

14

20.0

3.90

60

359

59.5

16

25.5

4.90

64

407

67.55

18

32.5

5.50

68

460

76.00

20

40

7.52

72

515

84.50

22

49

8.45

76

574

94.00

24

57

10.20

80

10

638

104.00

26

68

11.87

84

10

703

114.00

28

78

13.54

88

11

772

125.00

30

334

90

15.48

92

11

846

136.00

32

101

17.43

96

12

916

148.00

34

116

19.26

100

12

1000

159.17

36

129

21.10

104

13

1078

169.50

40

158

24.00

44

194

30.17

48

229

35.35

Sizes up to 144mm diameter specifications available upon request.


Oceanmoor 12 Strand rope also available.
Colours may vary according to territory.

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A3-20016 Oceanmoorflex Rope


A high tenacity polypropylene rope combined with
polyester yarn, supplying a higher breaking strength
with increased abrasion resistance and a lower
elongation with dimensional stability. Suitable for a
wide range of marine mooring and towing applications.
Abrasion resistant
Excellent shock absorption
Excellent shape retention easily spliced
UV stabilised
No reduction in strength when wet
Specific gravity 0.99 floats
No water absorption
Orange with black and red tracer yarn to strands
185C melting point
Excellent chemical resistance to acid
Supplied with protected eye each end
Certification Germanischer Lloyd 3rd party certificate

8 Strand
Size
Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

40

174

31.10

44

213

37.10

Dia. (mm)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

48

252

43.60

52

295

50.65

56

343

58.10

60

395

66.10

64

448

74.60

68

505

83.70

72

566

93.30

76

633

104.15

80

10

701

115.00

84

10

775

126.50

88

11

850

138.00

96

12

1007

163.00

100

12

1098

176.55

104

13

1080*

190.10

Sizes up to 144mm diameter specifications available upon request.


* 200 metre max length.

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A3-20019 Oceansupaflex Rope


Oceansupaflex high tenacity polyester/polypropylene
composite fibre supplies a higher breaking strength
with superior abrasion resistance, lower elongation
with dimensional stability.
Manufactured in accordance with OCIMF guidelines
TCLL value of 73%
Excellent abrasion and frictional heat resistance
Excellent shock absorption with low elongation
Specific gravity 1.1 neutrally buoyant
Polyester 55%/Polypropylene 45%
No water absorption
No reduction in strength when wet
Melting point 175C
White with black and red tracer yarn to strands
Excellent chemical resistance to acid
Supplied with protected eye at each end
Certification - Germanischer Lloyd 3rd party certificate

8 Strand
Size
Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

40

193

34.2

44

229

40.8

48

264

47.4

52

310

55.5

56

345

63.2

60

402

72.4

64

453

81.6

68

510

91.8

72

567

102.0
112.0

Dia. (mm)

76

622

80

10

702

125.0

88

11

836

148.0

96

12

983

174.0

The MBL should never be considered as the safe working load of rope.
For the method of calculating safe working load, please refer factor of safety = breaking force/6.

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A3-20022 Oceanlon Rope


Oceanlon nylon (polyamide) ropes have high strength
and extreme durability, yet are extremely soft and easy
to handle. Especially useful where peak dynamic loading
and high energy absorbing ability is called for, such as
towing and some mooring applications.
Excellent abrasion resistance
Excellent shock absorption
High strength
Specific gravity 1.14 sinks
Melting point 215C
Supplied with protected eye each end
Certification Germanischer Lloyd 3rd party certificate

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

24

82

12.9

28

112

15.3

32

147

20.0

36

185

25.0

40

228

30.0

44

277

36.0

48

330

42.0

52

387

49.0

56

449

56.0

60

512

64.0

64

579

72.0

68

666

81.0

72

739

90.0

76

822

100.0

80

10

913

110.0

84

10

1005

120.0

88

11

1100

131.0

92

11

1110*

143.2

96

12

1133*

154.0

* 92mm 200 metre and 96mm 190 metre max length.

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A3-20025 Oceantex Rope


Oceantex polyester ropes have high strength and
excellent abrasion resistance giving extreme durability.
Excellent abrasion resistance
High strength
Specific gravity 1.38 sinks
Melting point 256C
Extremely resistant to UV
Supplied with protected eye each end
Certification Germanischer Lloyd 3rd party certificate

8 Strand
Size
Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

40

266

27.5

44

323

32.7

48

385

38.6

52

451

45.0

56

524

51.5

60

600

58.5

64

684

66.6

68

772

74.4

72

865

83.0

76

966

92.5

80

10

1067

102.0

Dia. (mm)

84

10

1179

112.0

88

11

1291

122.0

92

11

1413

133.0

96

12

1398*

144.0

* 96mm 200 metre max length.

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A3-20028 Oceandyn Rope


Oceandyn UHMPE (ultra high modulus polyethylene)
Dyneema offers breaking strengths greater than steel
wire rope for similar diameters but with a significant
weight reduction, only 1014% the weight of equivalent
wire rope.
Superior abrasion resistance

Melting point 145C

Excellent shock absorption

Excellent resistance to chemicals*

Extreme strength

Unaffected by UV*

Low elongation (low snap back)

No reduction in strength when wet

Excellent shape retention easily spliced

Specific gravity 0.97 floats

Circular braid finish for drum spooling

No water absorption

Size
Dia. (mm)

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

8.4

7.6

11

10.1

10

16.3

14.2

12

21.1

18.5

14

28.2

24.6

16

35.2

30.7

18

42.5

36.9

20

49.5

43.1

22

58.7

49.5

24

72.8

60.7

26

80.1

66.5

28

92

75.4

30

105

85.4

32

132

105

36

163

123
148

40

198

44

235

171

48

277

199
226

52

321

56

367

259

60

418

289
320

64

473

68

530

354

72

590

388

76

653

427

80

10

792

499

88

11

942

576

96

12

1104

645

104

13

1280

740

112

14

1470

838

120

15

1672

941

128

15

1888

1050

* Dyneema load bearing core is unaffected but sheathing, depending on material, could be affected.
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A3-20031 ATLAS Rope


Atlas ropes have 6 strands manufactured from nylon.
Mono and multi-filaments combined in the strands.
The mono-filaments give the ropes excellent
dimensional stability and abrasion resistance.
 aterial: 100% high tenacity nylon
M
(mono and multi-filament)
Construction: 6 strand crosslay
White with a red marker yarn
Excellent abrasion resistance
Shock absorption
UV resistant
Excellent shape retention easily spliced
Specific gravity 1.14 sinks
No water absorption
Melting point 215C

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

18

48

8.6

20

61

10.9

22

76

13.6

24

88

15.7

26

102

18.2

28

113

20.1

32

143

25.3

36

183

32.0

40

220

38.4

44

275

50.0

48

325

59.0

52

352

63.7

56

440

78.5

60

477

85.5

62

517

92.8

64

539

97.0

68

616

110

70

682

122
127

72

737

78

800

136

84

10

935

158

90

11

1111

186

96

12

1287

215

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ROPKMON8S Oceanmega PP Rope


Oceanmega High Tenacity Polypropylene 8 Strand
Monofilament Rope to BS EN ISO 1346/2004.
White with two brown tracers
Abrasion resistant
Excellent shock absorption
UV stabilised
Excellent shape retention- easily spliced
No reduction in strength when wet
Specific gravity- 0.91 floats
No water absorption
165C melting point
Excellent chemical resistance to acid and alkali
6ft eye splicing (six tucks)
8/12 strand supplied with protected eye each end
Canvas covered eyes at both ends
Certification- Lloyd's register

8 Strand
Size
Circ (in)

Weight
200m Coil (kg)

40

142

26.00

48

205

36.00

Dia. (mm)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

56

277

48.00

64

370

62.00

72

462

77.50

80

10

560

95.50

88

11

700

116.00

96

12

826

136.00

112

14

1140

183.00

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

40

158

26.00

48

225

36.00

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

56

305

48.00

64

407

62.00

72

508

77.50

80

10

620

95.50

88

11

765

116.00

96

12

909

136.00

112

14

1254

183.00

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ROPKMEG8S Oceanmegaflex Rope


Oceanmegaflex Rope 8 Strand plaited is a high tenacity
polypropylene rope combined with polyester yarn.
It supplies a higher breaking strength with increased
abrasion resistance and a lower elongation with
dimensional stability. It is suitable for a wide range of
marine mooring and towing applications.
White with three black tracers
60% Polypropylene and 40% Polyester
Excellent abrasion and frictional heat resistance
High TCLL value
Low elongation and excellent shock absorption
Specific gravity 1.1 neutrally buoyant
No water absorption
No reduction in strength when wet
Excellent chemical resistance
UV stabilised
Supplied with protected eyes at each end
6ft eye splicing (six tucks)
Canvas covered eyes at both ends
Regular lay
Each coil is wrapped with green colour PVC hessian cloth
Certification- Lloyd's register
Manufactured as per OCIMF guidelines

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

40

201

32.00

48

291

44.00

52

341

52.00

56

396

59.00

60

431

67.00

64

490

76.00

72

620

95.00

80

10

766

117.00

88

11

927

140.00

96

12

1102

166.00

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ROPKNY8SXX220 Ocean 100% Nylon Rope


Ocean 100% Nylon (high strength-polyamide) 8 Strand
Rope has high strength and extreme durability, yet
is extremely soft and easy to handle. It is suitable for
towing and some mooring applications, where peak
dynamic loading and high energy absorption is called
for.
White colour with two red tracers
Excellent abrasion resistance
Excellent shock absorption
High strength
Specific gravity- 1.14 sinks
Melting point 215C
Supplied with protected eye each end
6ft eye splicing (six tucks)
Soft lay
Canvas covered eyes at both ends
Certification- Lloyd's register

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

Circ (in)

Weight
220m Coil (kg)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

48

310

46.00

56

420

61.00

64

518

79.00

72

695

99.00

80

10

850

121.00
169.00

96

12

1200

104

13

1465

182.00

112

14

1600

210.00

120

15

1600

256.00

* Ropes with diameter above 104mm can be offered in 200m or less lengths.

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ROPKNY8SXXXXM Ocean 100% Nylon Tails


Ocean 100% Nylon (polyamide) 8 Strand mooring tails
are often used in operations which require elasticity.
They are fitted to the shore end of a wire or UHMWPE
mooring lines used by vessels (oil tankers and VLCC)
to absorb shock loads. Nylon (polyamide) is used to
manufacture these tails as it is strong and elastic.
White colour with two red tracers
Excellent abrasion resistance
Excellent shock absorption
High strength
Specific gravity- 1.14 sinks
Melting point 215C
2m canvas covered eyes at both ends
Soft lay
Certification- Lloyd's register

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

Weight
11m Length (kg)

Circ (in)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

64

44

79.00

72

55

99.00

80

10

68

121.00

88

11

90

146.00

96

12

107

169.00

104

13

133

182.00

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Ocean Maxigold Mooring Tails


Ocean Maxigold Mooring Tails offer excellent shock
absorption, high break loads even when wet and are
positively buoyant.
Specific gravity 0.98. Polyester combination rope having
density lower than 1 hence floats on water
Water absorption <0.5%
Elongation at break 16%
Wet breaking strength 100%. No drop in breaking strength
even in wet conditions
Improved breaking strength by 25% as compared to other
mooring tails of same diameter
2m canvas covered eyes at both ends
Covered with polyester yarn for good abrasion resistance
Good shock absorption properties
Low snap-back thus very safe for operation
Floats on water, significantly reducing the likelihood of
entanglement with a propeller
Downsizing possible as breaking strength is higher by 25%
Impregnated with high performance resin for longer life
Certification: Lloyd's register
Manufactured as per OCIMF guidelines

8 Strand
Size
Dia. (mm)

Weight
11m Length (kg)

Circ (in)

Breaking Load
(tonne)

64

45

100.00

72

60

128.00

80

10

74

156.25

88

11

90

188.00

96

12

107

222.00

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A3-10022 Wire Rope


Galvanised round strand wire rope with fibre or wire
core for general engineering use.

6 x 19 Fibre Core and Steel Core

6 x 19 Fibre Core and Steel Core

Diameter
(mm)

Fibre Core
Weight
(kg/100m)

MBL (tonne)

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
38
40
44
48
52
54
56
60

23.1
29.2
36.1
43.7
52
61
70.8
92.4
117
130
144
175
208
244
283
370
468
521
578
699
832

3.81
4.82
5.95
7.21
8.57
10.1
11.6
15.3
19.3
21.5
23.9
28.8
34.3
40.3
46.7
61
77.2
85.9
95.3
115
137

MBL (KN)

Steel Core
Weight
(kg/100m)

MBL (tonne)

MBL kN

37.4
47.3
58.4
70.7
84.1
98.7
114
150
189
211
234
283
336
395
458
598
757
843
935
1131
1346

25.25
32.2
39.8
48.2
57.3
67.3
78
102
129
144
159
193
229
269
312
408
516
575
637
771
917
1076
1161
1248
1433

4.11
5.2
6.42
7.77
9.25
10.8
12.6
16.4
20.8
23.1
25.7
31.1
37
43.4
50.4
65.7
83.3
92.8
103
124
148
174
187
201
231

40.3
51
63
76.2
90.7
106
124
161
204
227
252
305
363
426
494
645
817
910
1008
1220
1452
1704
1837
1976
2268

1770 Grade

1770 Grade

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A3-10022 Wire Rope (continued)


Galvanised round strand wire rope with fibre or steel core. Suitable for
hoisting ropes, boat fall ropes, ships cranes and cargo runner.

6 x 36 Fibre Core and Steel Core

Diameter
(mm)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
30
32

Weight
(kg/100m)
25.7
32.9
40.2
48.4
58.2
68.3
79
88.9
101
128
148
163
196
233
273
319
355
407

1960 Grade
MBL (kN)
44,7
56,5
69,8
84,4
100
118
137
157
179
226
252
279
338
402
472
547
628
715

Diameter
(mm)
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
51
52
54
56
58
60
62
64

Weight
(kg/100m)
459
514
572
639
704
780
852
926
986
1020
1070
1160
1240
1330
1430
1560
1620

1960 Grade
MBL (kN)
807
904
1010
1120
1230
1350
1480
1610
1740
1810
1890
2030
2190
2350
2510
2680
2860

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Mooring

A3-10032 Wire Rope Carpenter


Stopper
Originally designed to Admiralty specifications, with
over 50 years proven service, this type of steel wire rope
stopper is now widely used for both marine and general
industrial applications.

EE

B
B

E
B
Grooved
(6x36 right
right hand
hand lay
lay as
as standard,
standard, alternatives
alternatives on
on request)
request)
Grooved wedge
wedge (6x36

F
F

ed wedge (6x36 right hand lay as standard, alternatives on request)

C
C

D
D

A
A

Model No.
Pattern 24A
Pattern 23
Pattern 22
Pattern 21
Pattern 20
Pattern 19
Pattern 18
Pattern 17
Pattern 16
Pattern 15

Steel Wire Rope


Dia. (mm)
14-20
22-28
30-36
38-44
48-52
54-56
60-64
72-76
78-84
86-90

SWL
(tonne)
5
10
17
25
35
40
55
75
90
105

Mass (kg)

158
218
280
342
405
436
498
592
610
630

70
99
127
156
184
198
227
268
276
288

95
133
170
208
247
266
304
361
376
392

136
191
244
298
355
382
437
518
540
572

24
33
43
53
58
66
75
90
90
96

20
27
35
43
52
56
64
76
76
86

6
16
34
63
103
129
193
324
360
395

Please specify rope size required with range indicated for each size.
Chain bridles supplied separately.
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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protruding hardware), and so can be retrofitted


to tow ropes which have been spliced.
Current standard production covers rope
Mooring
diameters between 44 mm & 76 mm, available
in 2 and 3 metre lengths.

Deck and Mooring

A3-10044 Hippo Towtectors

Towing SleeveAn exceptionally hardwearing and resilient polyurethane


material, which retains its exibility, even at freezing
temperatures. It is resistant to oils, ozone and seawater
and has been proven in over twenty years of service
from the North Sea to the South Pacic.
The wire rope protectors are designed for use with steel
Ropewinches
sleeves and
are give
a one piece construction, supplied with a
wire ropes operating from towing
tapered
end,
and are round in section, available in three types:
maximum protection to the tow
wire by
preventing
Iabrasion and chafe against bulwarks, towing rails and
Standard 122 mm O.D.
fairleads,
alsodesigns.
providing
protection
the vessel.
The protectors are
offeredwhilst
in two
Heavy
Duty to
165
mm O.D.

Extra Heavy Duty 188 mm O.D.

Towing Shoe

The exceptional characteristics of the base material


form
of protector is only suitable for fitting before
ensure an economical serviceThis
life for
the protector,
the towofrope
has been spliced.
whilst greatly reducing the likelihood
premature
parting for the wire rope.
Current standard production covers rope diameters between

36 mm & 76 mm; Standard and Heavy Duty available in 1, 2

The protectors
in in
two
designs.
These
productsare
areoffered
offered
two
are held
and
3designs
metre and
lengths,
Extra Heavy Duty available in 1 and 2
by us in strategic locations around
the
world.
metre lengths.
Towing
O Shoe

Rope shoes are


a two
part assembly, rectangular
Towing
Shoe
in section (230 mm wide x 155 mm deep). They
are clamped Rope
to theshoes
ropeare
with
high-tensile
bolts,
a two
part assembly,
rectangular
Rope sleeves are a one piece construction, supplied
patented
design(230mm
ensuringwide
there
is no deep). They are
in section
x 155mm
with a tapered end, are round in section and (their
available
protruding
and
so assembly,
can
behigh-tensile
retrofitted
clamped
thepart
rope
with
in three types:
Ropehardware),
shoes
are ato
two
rectangular bolts (their
to tow ropes
which
been
spliced.
patented
design
ensuring
no protruding
in section
(230 have
mm
wide
x 155
mmthere
deep).isThey
Towing Sleeve

Standard 122mm O.D.


Heavy Duty 165mm O.D.
Extra Heavy Duty 188mm O.D.

are clamped
to theand
ropesowith
bolts,
hardware)
canhigh-tensile
be retrotted
to tow ropes

patented
design ensuring
there
is no
Current(their
standard
covers
rope
whichproduction
have
been spliced.
protruding hardware), and so can be retrofitted
diameters
between
44
mm
&
76
mm,
available
to tow ropes which have been spliced.
Current
standard production covers rope diameters
in 2before
and 3 metre
lengths.
This form of protector is only suitable for tting

between
and covers
76mm,rope
available in 2 and 3
Current
standard44mm
production
metre
lengths.
diameters
between
44 mm & 76 mm, available
Current standard production covers rope diameters in 2 and 3 metre lengths.
the tow rope has been spliced.

between 36mm and 76mm; Standard and Heavy Duty

Towing Sleeveavailable in 1, 2 and 3 metre lengths and Extra Heavy


Duty available in 1 and 2 metre lengths.
Towing Sleeve

The protectors are offered in two designs.


Towing Shoe

Rope sleeves are a one piece construction, supplied with a


Rope sleeves are a one piece construction, supplied with a
tapered end,
and are round in section, available in three types:

tapered end, and are round in section, available in three types:

Standard Standard
122 mm
O.D.
122
mm O.D.
Heavy Duty
165
mm
O.D.
Heavy
Duty
165
mm O.D.
Extra
Heavy
Dutymm
188O.D.
mm O.D.
Extra Heavy
Duty
188

form of protector
is only
suitable
fittingbefore
before
This formThis
of protector
is only
suitable
forfor
fitting
the tow rope has been spliced.
the tow rope has been spliced.
Current standard production covers rope diameters between

Rope shoes are a two part assembly, rect


in section (230 mm wide x 155 mm deep
are clamped to the rope with high-tensile
(their patented design ensuring there is n
protruding hardware), and so can be retr
to tow ropes which have been spliced.

Current standard production covers rope

diameters between 44 mm & 76 mm, av


Current standard
covers
between
36 mm &production
76 mm; Standard
andrope
Heavydiameters
Duty available
in 1, 2
in 2 and 3 metre lengths.
3 metre
lengths, Extra
available
in 1 and
36 mm & and
76 mm;
Standard
and Heavy
HeavyDuty
Duty
available
in 1,2 2
metre
lengths.
and 3 metre lengths, Extra Heavy
Duty available in 1 and 2
Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.
metre lengths.
Towing Sleeve

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Rope sleeves are a one piece construction, supplied wit


tapered end, and are round in section, available in thre

Deck and Mooring

Mooring

A3-10039 Closed Type Galvanised


Steel Spelter Socket

B B
D D

C C

E E

B
D

C
G G

E
A A

G
H H

F F

Rope Dia.
(mm)
18-19
20-22
24-26
28-30
32-35
38
40-42
44-48
50-54
56-60
64-67
75-80

A
(mm)
194
225
254
283
314
359
391
445
502
549
597
686

B
(mm)
76
92
105
114
F
127
137
146
171
194
216
241
292

C
(mm)
41
48
57
64
70
79
83
89
98
102
140
171

D
(mm)
32
38
44
51
57
64
70
76
83
92
102
133

E
(mm)
28
32
35
38
42
51
54
57
64
67
79
83

F
(mm)
22
25
29
32
38
41
44
51
57
64
73
86

G
(mm)
79
92
105
117
130
156
171
200
225
241
270
298

H
(mm)
89
102
114
127
140
152
165
191
216
229
248
305

Weight
(kg)
2.3
3.5
5.4
7.3
10.4
12.7
16.3
26.3
36.3
47.6
63.6
125.5

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Mooring

A3-10040 Open Type Galvanised


Steel Spelter Socket

C
E

D
D

G
G

A
A

H
H

Rope Dia.
(mm)
18-19
20-22
24-26
28-30
32-35
38
40-42
44-48
50-54
56-60
64-67
75-80

A
(mm)
203
235
270
302
336
384
413
464
546
597
648
737

B
(mm)
67
79
95
105
121
137
146
165
178
197
216
241

C
(mm)
38
44
51
57
64
76
76
89
102
114
127
146

D
(mm)
35
41
51
57
64
70
76
89
95
108
121
133

E
(mm)
16
19
22
25
29
32
35
41
48
54
60
76

F
(mm)
22
25
29
32
38
41
44
51
57
64
73
86

G
(mm)
76
89
102
114
127
162
165
178
229
254
273
286

H
(mm)
89
102
114
127
140
152
165
191
216
229
248
305

Weight
(kg)
2.7
4.5
7.0
10.9
14.5
20.9
25.0
38.5
56.8
74.9
113.6
172.7

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Mooring

We also do
A3-10035 J Type Chain Chaser
Safe working load 150 to 250T.

A3-10036 Four-Pronged Grapnel


Safe working load 150 to 250T.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deckside

Use of Deck Hardware on a Typical Vessel Layout

A
E
I

Open link

Corners R 75
Chain shown for reference only

Enlarged Stud Link

Pear Link

J
L

280

270

560

R135

R167

400

356

712

750

250

400

630

W.SQ.

W.SQ.

45

E
D

Edges
Rounded

D2

D1

R220

H2

E
A

500

710

= =

270

H1

L2

110

400
430

840

L1

885 N.T.S.

215

Centre Line Chain

D
B

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deck and Mooring

Deckside

A3-2446 102T and A3-2184 204T SWL


Deck Mounted Panama Chock 600x450
LRS, ABS, BV and DNV Type Approved OCIMF Type.

Also available as 250T and 800T on request.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deck and Mooring

Deckside

A3-1040 Deck Mounted Panama


Chock 400x270
OCIMF Type for ship-to-ship transfers.

280

560

280

270

560

R135

270

R135

400

R167

R167

356

712

400

356

712

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deckside

A3-1608 102T and A3-1477 204T


SWL Bulwark Mounted Panama Chock
600x450 Double Curved Plate Type
LRS,ABS, BV and DNV Type Approved OCIMF Type.

600

600

665

450

1010

R310

665

450

1010

R310

1160

504

1160

504
Also available with hatch if required.

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deck and Mooring

Deckside

A3-2684 Bulwark Mounted Panama


Chock 400x270
To OCIMF mooring equipment guidelines.

R220

500

500

710

270
710

270

R220

110

400
840

430

110

400
840

430

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deckside

Chocks to DIN Standard 81915


30222 Bulwark Mounted Panama Chock to
DIN Standard 81915

Type
A3
A5
A8
A12
A20
A32

kN
30
50
80
120
200
320

W1
200
250
320
400
500
600

W2
140
180
225
270
320
400

L1
450
550
680
840
1020
1300

B1
390
480
585
710
840
1100

R1
R 125
R 150
R 180
R 220
R 260
R 350

R2
R 70
R 90
R 112.5
R 135
R 160
R 200

S2
7
8
9
10
11
20

H1
250
300
360
440
520
700

B2
275
340
415
500
595
800

30218 Deck Mounted Chock to DIN Standard 81915

Type
C3
C5
C8
C12
C20
C32

kN
30
50
80
120
200
320

W1
200
250
320
400
500
600

W2
140
180
225
270
320
400

L1
450
550
680
840
1020
1300

B1
390
480
585
710
840
1100

R1
R 125
R 150
R 180
R 220
R 260
R 350

R2
R 70
R 90
R 112.5
R 135
R160
R 200

S2
7
8
9
10
11
20

H1
250
300
360
440
520
700

E
195
240
292.5
355
420
550

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Chocks to JIS Standard


H

H1

H1

31069 Deck Mounted Panama Chock to JIS F 2005 Standard


Nominal
Size

L1

100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

H1

L
L1

L
L1

L
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

Dimensions (mm)
L1
H
H1
170
76
141
250
110
205
340
150
280
434
200
372
528
250
464
600
250
485
672
250
506
746
250
528
820
250
550

B
60
90
120
160
200
220
240
260
280

Mass
(kg)
3.7
10.5
24
48
82
103
136
184
232

31073 Deck Mounted Panama Chock to JIS F 2017 Standard


L

Nominal
Size
310
360
400
450
500

H2

H1

260

H2
358

180

L2

H1

180
260

Dimensions (mm)
L1
L2
H1
708
652
639
760
704
640
804
750
642
856
802
643
908
854
644

H2
541
542
545
547
549

Mass
(kg)
253
289
323
351
395

H2

H1

260

L1

L
310
360
400
450
500

358

L2
180

L1

358

L2

31066 Bulwark Mounted Panama Chock to JIS F 2017 Standard


L1

2H

Nominal
Size
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

2H

H1
H1

H1
H
H

2H

L
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

L1
300
368
430
500
560
632
700
760

Dimensions (mm)
H
H1
110
260
150
318
200
380
250
450
250
460
250
482
250
500
250
510

H2
202
250
308
372
378
394
406
412

B
129
143
155
169
179
195
209
219

Mass
(kg)
15
21
27
43
51
77
102
115

L
L1

L
L1

L
L1

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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A3-1809 102T and A3-1800 204T


SWL Smit Bracket
LRS, ABS, BV and DNV Type Approved. Handing to
be stated when ordered as shown or opposite hand.
Underdeck stiffening to be in accordance with the
appropriate classification society requirements and
approved by the classification society surveyor.

A
E
I

Open link

F
E

Open link

Corners R 75
Chain shown for reference only

Corners R 75

Chain shown for reference only

Enlarged Stud Link

Pear Link

Enlarged Stud Link

Pear Link

J
L

Type
102T
204T

A
700
1150

B
600
800

C
420
500

D
320
400

E
242
305

F
153
170

G
92
135

H
100
150

I
25
40

J
388
508

K
127
155.5

L
200
223

Also available as 250T and 800T on request.


Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deckside

A3-1607 102T and A3-1455 204T


SWL Chain Stopper and Plinth
Arrangement

885 N.T.S.

885 N.T.S.

LRS, ABS, BV and DNV Type Approved. OCIMF Tongue


Type. Plinth and stopper can be supplied separately.

A
A

Centre Line Chain


215

215

Centre Line Chain

D
D

Type
102T
204T

A
650
898

B
380
500

C
2400
3000

D
542
715

E
280
358

F
800
1040

G
842
1090

H
823
1029

I
504
630

J
624
810

K
134
175

Also available as 250T on request.


Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deck and Mooring

Deckside

A3-3086 100T and 200T SWL Tug


Escort Bollard
OCIMF, DNV, LRS, BV and ABS design assessed.
As recommended for ship fittings. For use with tugs,
escorting or high load operations. Often used in
conjunction with the OCIMF 600x450 deck chock.

750
630

400

750

250

630

250

400

W.SQ.

W.SQ.

Type
100T
200T

W.SQ.

W (mm)
1000
1200

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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Deckside

A3-2831 Cruciform Bollard

The bollard can be loaded with one towing rope laid in


a single sling over the bitt and with a breaking strength
A
not exceeding the values in the table. As recommended
by OCIMF for use at the manifolds whilst carrying out
ship-to-ship operations.

D SQ.

D SQ.

D SQ.

Max. Load (tonne)


25
40
50
64
80
92

A
273
324
350
406
457
500

B
140
168
194
219
254
300

C
580
725
820
950
1070
1200

D
500
630
720
800
900
1000

E
657
825
881
1013
1104
1220

F
260
330
350
410
450
500

G
125
150
165
175
185
200

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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A3-1850 Bollard BSMA 12 Design A


The bollard can be loaded with two mooring ropes each
with a breaking strength not exceeding the values in
the tables. Wound in figure of eight fashion, approx.
five turns per bitt. The bollard can be loaded with one
towing rope laid in a single sling over one of the bitts
and with a breaking strength not exceeding the values
in the table.
ASSEMBLY ON SHIP
1. Position the base onto the finished deck location
2. Insert the bitt tubes into the base
3. Raise the base plate and weld bitts to deck
4. Lower baseplate and weld to bitts and deck.
D1

Edges
Rounded

D2

D2

H1
H2

= =

H1

D1

Edges
Rounded

L2

H2

L1

L2
Type

100
125
160
200
250
315
400
450
500
550
630
710
800

Max. Bollard
Load (tonne)
Mooring
3
4
5
8
12
20
L132
40
46
54
70
82
100

Towing
6
8
10
16
24
40
64
80
92
108
140
164
200

=
Tube

Plate

L1

L2

H1

H2

D3

D1
114
140
168
219
273
324
406
457
508
559
610
711
813

D1
100
125
160
200
250
315
400
450
500
550
630
720
820

Est.
Weight
(kg)

450
560
720
900
1130
1430
1800
2025
2250
2475
2830
3200
3600

250
315
400
500
630
800
1000
1125
1250
1375
1570
1750
2000

150
190
250
300
380
480
600
675
750
825
940
1050
1200

75
80
90
100
125
150
175
185
200
210
225
250
275

150
190
250
300
380
480
600
675
750
825
940
1050
1200

150
190
225
265
325
400
480
520
600
650
730
840
950

25
37
59
86
166
311
626
825
965
1371
1686
2295
3126

Drawings and picture references are for illustration purposes only.

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A3-2742 Bollard BSMA 12 Design B


The bollard can be loaded with two mooring ropes each
with a breaking strength not exceeding the values in
the tables. Wound in figure of eight fashion, approx.
five turns per bitt. The bollard can be loaded with one
towing rope laid in a single sling over one of the bitts
and with a breaking strength not exceeding the values
in the table.
ASSEMBLY ON SHIP
Weld prefabricated bollard directly onto deck.
Edges
Rounded

D1

Edges
Rounded

D2

D2

H2

= =

H1

H1

D1

L2

H2

L2

=
L1

Type

100
125
160
200
250
315
400
500
630
710
800

Max. Bollard
Load (tonne)
Mooring
3
4
5
8
L1
12
20
32
46
70
82
100

Towing
6
8
10
16
24
40
64
92
140
164
200

Tube

Plate

L1

L2

H1

H2

D2

D1
114
140
168
219
273
324
406
508
610
711
813

D1
100
125
160
200
250
315
400
500
630
720
820

Est.
Weight
(kg)

450
560
720
900
1130
1430
1800
2250
2830
3200
3600

250
315
400
500
630
800
1000
1250
1570
1750
2000

150
190
250
300
380
480
600
750
940
1050
1200

75
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275

150
190
250
300
380
480
600
750
940
1050
1200

150
190
225
265
325
400
480
600
730
840
950

30
40
66
97
145
309
735
1148
1673
2822
3819

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A3-1010 Bollard VIS 1 Standard


Suitable for wire or rope with a breaking strain of
F tonnes when cross belayed on the bollard. When
belaying on one bitt only, approx. 2 x F is valid
(see table below for F values).

Edges rounded

D2

H3

H2

H1H3

H1

D1

D2

T1

Edges rounded

T1

D1

L2

B1

H2

L2

B1

L1

Type
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550

F
5
10
15.5
20
28
32
40
54
60
68

D1
108
159
L1
219
273
324
355
406
457
508
559

D2
160
210
275
335
390
425
480
530
585
640

L1
600
800
950
1150
1350
1500
1650
1800
1950
2100

L2
350
500
600
750
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400

H1
200
275
350
400
475
535
600
650
700
750

H2
100
100
100
110
110
110
125
125
125
125

H3
65
90
115
130
155
175
200
215
230
250

B1
210
260
330
370
420
470
540
600
650
700

T1
10
10
10
10
12.5
12.5
14.2
16
16
16

Weight (kg)
35
58
98
134
205
250
355
490
580
675

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A3-5361 Horncleat
A standard range of cleats made to order.

A
E

LxB

LxB

Type
1
2
3
4

NSN number
2040-99-419-5067
2040-99-419-5069
2040-99-419-5068
2040-99-419-5070

A
190
255
305
380

L
110
140
180
210

B
50
75
95
115

C
50
65
75
90

E
15
20
25
30

F
65
85
110
130

G
10
15
15
20

R
15
25
30
35

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A3-1226 Roller Fairlead To VIS 38


Specification
Shaft preheated to 1000C prior to welding. Constructed
from cast iron with self-lubricating synthetic bearing
offering a long trouble-free life.

D2

D2

D1

H1

D1

S1

H3

H4

H2

S1

H2

D4 SHAFT

Type
150
200
250
ng plates priced
300
n request 350
400
450
500

D1
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

D2
240
310
380
440
500
560
630
680

S2

D5 HOLE

Base mounting plates priced


separately on request

D3

D3
D4
105
85
130D4 SHAFT
110
150D5 HOLE
130
170
150
D3170
190
200
180
225
205
245
225

D5
90
115
135
155
175
185
210
230

H1
158
190
245
270
294
332
341
360

H2
5
5
6
7
7
7
7
7

H3
25
25
S225
35
35
35
35
40

H4
40
40
40
50
50
50
50
50

S1
8
8
8
8
10
12
12
15

S2
6
6
8
8
10
12
12
15

P (tonne)
15.8
19.8
28.5
33.6
44.8
58.0
64.2
84.3

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A3-1330 Pedestal Roller Fairlead To


Vis 38 Specification
Roller constructed from cast iron with self-lubricating
synthetic bearing offering a long trouble-free life.
Base made from rolled steel plate.

45

45

H=

400

600

800

1000

1200

Type
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

A
356
426
496
556
616
676
746
796

A
414
484
554
614
674
734
804
854

A
472
542
512
672
732
792
862
912

A
530
600
670
730
790
850
920
970

A
588
658
728
788
848
908
978
1028

E=

400

600

800

1000

1200

E
583
615
670
705
729
767
776
793

E
783
815
870
905
929
967
976
993

E
983
1015
1070
1105
1129
1167
1176
1193

E
1183
1215
1270
1305
1329
1367
1376
1393

E
1383
1415
1470
1505
1529
1567
1576
1593

B
25
25
25
35
35
35
35
35

C
240
330
380
440
520
570
645
680

D
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500

P
(tonne)
15.8
19.8
28.5
33.6
44.8
58.0
64.2
84.3

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A3-1583 Multi-Angle Fairlead


2 Vertical Rollers, 2 Horizontal Rollers
A standard design easily adapted to meet client
specifications. Finished in proprietary primer, ready
for installation.

E
A

E
D

Type
MAF100
MAF120
MAF140
MAF160
MAF180
MAF200
MAF250

SWL
(tonne)
4
6
8
12
16
20
30

Rope Dia.
(mm)
16
20
24
28
32
36
44

200
230
250
250
300
300
320

100
130
150
150
180
200
200

310
335
360
385
410
450
505

100
120
140
160
180
200
250

580
650
750
810
920
1000
1140

210
250
290
330
370
415
515

420
490
550
590
680
730
850

565
640
715
765
850
940
1050

830
920
1030
1150
1220
1310
1430

Also available in other roller combinations.

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31197 Swivel Head Fairlead

Heavy duty single or double sheave swivel fairleads and


balanced head swivel fairleads offer a variety of sizes
suitable for use in most deck-mounted or flange-mounted
marine-duty applications.

B
A

Wire Rope Dia.


(mm)
26
32
38
44
52
64

Sheave Dia.
(mm)
254
305
406
508
610
762

356
660
760
1016
1220
1420

356
505
760
915
1068
1370

530
665
867
1070
1265
1565

680
890
1280
1485
1792
2080

127
152
203
254
305
381

129
154
205
256
307
383

20
32
38
45
48
60

114
124
178
220
265
325

275
360
460
560
650
800

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Quayside

A4-8017 X-A Type Tee Head Mooring


Bollard

10
15
20
30
50
60
75
100
125
150
200

Type

D No.

X.11.A.F
X. 7.A.F
X. 8.A.F
G
X. 6.A.F
X. 5.A.F
X. 3.A.F
X. 9.A.F
X.10.A.F
X.12.A.F
X.15.A.F
X. 20.A.F

Metric
Tonne

H F

Base
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D

Dimensions (mm)
A
157
172
190
250
300
300
343
374
376
430
460

B
350
400
483
600
800
C
800
800
1000
1000
1080
1080

C
H
305
350
410
540
650
650
720
813
813
900
930

D
241
275
290
380
480
490
510
600
600
670
685

E
F 286
330
360
476
570
570
620
710
710
830
848

F
127
135
145
190
245
245
260
306
306
350
320

G
45
51
50
65
80
90
90
100
100
110
125

H
91
105
125
155
206
206
222
265
265
283
287

Bolts
J
248
300
360
460
600
600
650
750
750
800
830

No.
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
7

Dia.
24
24
24
30
36
36
48
45
48
48
56

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A4-8018 Bean Twin Horn Bollard


Standard D Base
H
H

F
F

F
D
B

C
B

G
E

E
G

Metric
Tonne

Type
No.

Base

5
10
15
20
30
40
50/60
75
100
150
200

III.S.100.A.F
I.2.A.10.F
I.3.A.15.F
E II.3.A.1.F
II.4.A.10.F
II.6.A.29.F
II.7.B.50.F
II.10.B.22.F
II.10.A.40.F
II.11.A.1.F
II.11.A.200.F

SQR
D
D
D
D
SQR
D
D
D
D
D

Dimensions (mm)
A
B
B127
57
178
127
178
152
203
203
254
254
G
305
305
317
298
355
355
356
356
432
432
432
432

C
48
108
118
140
152
152
178
191
202
254
254

D
152
C362
401
476
533
617
597
743
774
851
857

E
19
57
64
70
76
127
83
95
114
114
120

F
305
349
400
483
610
610
762
851
965
1016
1016

G
152
305
349
406
572
610
660
724
838
914
914

H
76A
102
133
165
267
305
279
305
356
381
381

J
222
382
420
407
508
610
559
761
762
838
838

K
76
115
127
165
184
210
229
241
242
278
278

Bolts
D
Dia.
20
24
24
24
24
36
30
36
48
48
56

No.
4
5
5
5
6
4
7
7
7
7
7

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A3-8446 Triton Bollard


The Triton bollard has been developed as the new
generation of mooring bollards. By utilisation of FEA
and physical testing we have been able to optimise
the design of the product to meet the strength
requirements of the market.

J
E

G
B

B
D

Metric Tonne
10
30
50
75
100
150
200

Dimensions (mm)
A
168
210
250
311
394
467
482

B
333
417
555
690
880
1020
1070

C
240
B 300
400
500
625
720
750

D
218
272
363
465
485
545
565

Bolts
E G
206
257
340
425
535
613
642

G
45
55
75
102
120
125
130

F
240
300
400
500
630
720
750

No.
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Dia.
24
30
36
42
48
56
64

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We also do
A4-8005 Bean Y Type Pillar Bollard
Available from 10T to 200T.

A4-8489 Elephant Head Bollard


Weld designed to shear at 1.3 x SWL
or to customer specific requirement.
Available from 10T to 200T.

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Load and Stress Monitoring

Strain Rings
Unique to Strainstall, strain rings are attached to steel
structures to measure the levels of strain they are being
subjected to. They are ideal for retrofitting to existing
structures where load cells would be difficult to fit.
Highly accurate and easy to install and remove, above
and sub-sea versions are available.
Features:
Stainless steel construction
Long design life
Sealed to IP67
Suitable for use in zone 1 & 2 hazardous areas
Special application options

Benefits:
Simple to install new or retrofitted
Bespoke solutions that meet the very specific customer
requirements
Long-term, reliable operation

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Load and Stress Monitoring

Type 5745 Strain Ring

46

For use above water, but with environmental sealing to IP67,


this strain ring has the same thermal characteristics as steel
to avoid inaccuracies due to temperature changes, making it
superior to other bolt on designs.

46

34.0

142

12

Dimensions in mm

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Type 6265 Strain Ring


The Type 6265 is designed for deep water use. The
exterior casing is made completely of stainless steel
and sealed by welding for use in water depths of up to
100m. Like the 5745, the installation method enables
a load monitoring system to be installed and removed
without disturbing or releasing load on the structure.

215
203
25

114
30

20
62

40

160

62

160

71
24

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Flotation
Mooring Buoys

138-142

Navigation Buoys

143-155

Offshore Buoys

156-160

Subsurface Buoys

161-166

Fendering

Floating Fenders

We offer a best in class


solution to just about any
buoyancy requirement

Flotation
We offer a best-in-class solution to just about any surface or subsurface
buoyancy requirement from customers throughout the world. If we cannot
meet a requirement from our extensive range of off the shelf products, we
apply our experience and engineering expertise to design a new solution.
In addition, with the recent acquisition of a leading firm of naval architects,
we have now added mooring system design to our bespoke product
design capability.
Steel has been the material of choice for surface buoyancy applications
for many decades and we still offer steel buoys to those customers who
prefer them.
However, for more than 20 years, there has been a shift away from the
significant capital and labour costs involved in building, deploying
and maintaining steel products. The growing preference is for modern,
lightweight, low-maintenance forms of plastic buoyancy.
Within the Fendercare Marine group of companies, we have two
designers and manufacturers of plastic buoyancy, both serving a global
customer base.
Australian Commercial Marine (ACM) has a long-established and
market-leading range of mooring and navigational buoys manufactured
from rotationally-moulded polyethylene. They have harnessed a unique
foam sandwich variant of this technology, to offer buoys with outstanding
collision-absorption properties. Others may seek to emulate them, but
there is only one genuine range of ACM buoys.
Hippo Marine is a world-renowned UK-based manufacturer of
elastomer-type buoys, the same technology that they use in foam-filled
fendering solutions. This results in self-fendering surface buoys which are
specifically designed to absorb impacts without either suffering or causing
damage, making them the preferred choice for offshore operations.
We can also introduce Kevlar reinforcement into the elastomer skin of
the products to offer outstanding durability for heavy-duty work.
We have also recently developed a subsurface buoyancy capability in
a product line now being delivered to offshore and governmental
customers worldwide.
Our product range covers four main product areas:
mooring buoys
navigational buoys
offshore surface buoys
subsurface flotation

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Mooring Buoys

Yacht Mooring Buoy


Hippo yacht mooring buoys are manufactured from a
moulded core of closed cell foam covered in protective
polyurethane elastomer. This makes them virtually
unsinkable, even after suffering severe damage.
The standard range of SB mooring buoys (SB1 SB7) are
recommended for fore and aft mooring systems.
The standard range of SB soft mooring buoys (SB1S
SB5S) are recommended for single buoy mooring
systems. They are identical in construction to the SB
range except for the use of a exible closed-cell foam
which allows greater impact absorption.
Swivel
Box shackle

Pick-up buoy

Galvanising
steel top plate
Mooring buoy
Long link galvanised
chain which goes
through centre of
buoy if riser chain
is incorrect size

Riser chain is
terminated on
top of the buoy
which allows
direct connection
to mooring strop

The mooring system has a positive


connection to the ground chain or
sinker, which is similar to that used
for commercial crafts

Joining shackle
Riser chain

An optional SB pick-up with a large loop handle can


be attached. This makes the retrieval of the strop easy.

Chain Size

Mooring load formula


H x 1.5 x kg/metre up to 2 Knots
H x 2 x kg/metre 2 to 4 Knots
Please ask above 4 Knots.

kg/metre

11mm

716

13mm

16mm

58

19mm

22mm

78

10

25mm

13

SB Mooring Buoys
Product Ref.

Diameter
(mm)

Height
(mm)

Weight
(kg)

Total
Buoyancy (kg)

Chain
Capacity (kg)

Chain
Size (mm)

SB1A

610

915

15

240

180

19

SB1

610

610

11

150

114

19

SB2

610

460

110

85

19

SB3

610

305

7.5

75

50

19

Height
(mm)

Weight
(kg)

Total
Buoyancy (kg)

Chain
Capacity (kg)

Chain
Size (mm)

SB Soft Mooring Buoys


Product Ref.

Diameter
(mm)

SB1S

675

645

16

204

157

19

SB2S

675

495

14

150

114

19

SB3S

675

340

10

110

85

19

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Mooring Buoys

Seaclass Mooring Buoy


Construction Material
Rotationally moulded one piece seamless UV stable
polyethylene construction with reserve buoyancy of
closed cell polyurethane.
Buoy Life
Capable of 20 years plus.
Maintenance
Virtually maintenance and corrosion free, thanks to the
properties of virgin polyethylene.
Range
Currently 10 models utilising modular construction and
independent tie bar system.
Strength
Unique foam sandwich moulding method provides
incredible strength compared to weight. Load tested
tie bars.
Friendly
Due to the lightweight construction method these
buoys are considered collision favourable compared to
other construction materials such as steel.
Adaptable
Unlike some other lightweight buoys, the ACM Seaclass
range offers the ability to add or weld on other features,
such as a navigation light pedestal, etc.

SEA5000

SEA4000
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Mooring Buoys

Seaclass Mooring Buoy


SEA 1000 and SEA 2000 modular mooring buoy
configurations

Models:
SEA 80
SEA 170
SEA 330
SEA 1000
SEA 2000
SEA 3000
SEA 4000
SEA 5000
SEA 6000
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Mooring Buoys

Commercial Mooring Buoy


Hippo Marines self-fendering commercial mooring
buoys are in service with vessel and terminal operators
worldwide and used by everything from small RIBs up
to cruise ships and supertankers.
Both types of buoy can be supplied in chain-through,
pad-eye or handling crucifix configurations and with
integrated radar reflectors. The cylindrical-type buoys
can also, if required, be fitted with quick release hooks
and lanterns.
The table below reflects what we have designated as
our standard ranges of chain-through buoys, but most
of the buoys we supply are tailored in some way to suit
a customers specific requirements.

Height

Dia.

Height

Dia.

Dia.

Cylindrical Mooring Buoys - Chain-through


Product Ref.

Diameter
(mm)

Buoyancy
Unit Height (mm)

Total
Weight (kg)

Nett
Buoyancy (kg)

MCMB-00300

1000

460

42

300

MCMB-00500

1260

460

55

500

MCMB-01000

1450

700

135

1000

MCMB-02000

1900

1050

500

2000

MCMB-03000

2200

1100

550

3000

MCMB-05000

2750

1200

1150

5000

MCMB-08000

3100

1480

1800

8000

MCMB-15000

3550

2050

3000

15000

MCMB-20000

4100

2100

4850

20000

MCMB-25000

4000

2500

4050

25000

Diameter
(mm)

Buoyancy
Unit Height (mm)

Total
Weight (kg)

Nett
Buoyancy (kg)

Barrel Buoys - Chain-through


Product Ref.
MCBB-01000

1050

1500

225

1000

MCBB-02000

1250

2100

415

2000

MCBB-03000

1520

2100

575

3000

MCBB-05000

1650

2900

1100

5000

MCBB-08000

1970

3150

1400

8000

MCBB-15000

2400

4100

2550

15000

MCBB-20000

2700

4150

3200

20000

MCBB-25000

2750

5100

4350

25000

MCBB-30000

2750

5900

4700

30000

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Mooring Buoys

Fabricated Steel Admiralty Pattern


Mooring Buoy
Fabricated from 8mm steel plate and constructed with
watertight compartments (2 for 5th and 6th Class and 4
for the remainder) each with a manway and drain plug.
Admiralty pattern mooring buoys are finished with
rubber or timber fendering and life chains.
The central open hawse pipe, with reinforced collars
at each end, allows for a large diameter riser chain
to be lead through the buoy, ensuring all loads are
transmitted directly to the mooring itself and not
to the buoy.

Rubber fenders

Rubber fenders

Stiffener to shell plating


Stiffener to bulkhead

Stiffener to shell plating


Section through fabricated collar

Stiffener to bulkhead

Fabricated collar
top and bottom

Section through fabricated collar


Fabricated collar
top and bottom

Classification

6th Class
5th Class
4th Class
3rd Class
2nd Class
1st Class

Diameter
mm
1140
1220
1680
1980
2290
2440

ft & in
39
40
56
66
76
80

Length
mm
1830
2130
2900
3510
4010
4470

Diameter of Hawse Pipe


ft & in
60
70
96
116
132
148

mm
215
215
305
355
460
460

ft & in
8
8
10
12
16
16

Reserve
Buoyancy

Approximate
Mass

kg
625
1500
4250
6500
11500
15000

kg
925
1000
1940
4290
4960
5890

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Navigation Buoys

Tri Nav A1000 Buoy


Lightweight and dependable marks for a multitude
of applications.
Construction Material
Rotationally moulded seamless UV stabilised virgin
polyethylene.
Buoy Life
Up to 20 years.
Maintenance
Virtually maintenance free for life due to the nature of
the manufacturing materials.
Value
Very cost effective due to low upfront outlay and
virtually no maintenance expenses.
Weather
Tri Nav buoys are currently withstanding cyclonic
conditions in locations such as the Bass Straight and
Northern Australia.

A1000

Graphics
Triangular top section provides 3 flat surfaces for
attachment of graphics or signage.

Tri Nav A1000 Technical


Rotationally moulded UV stabilised
Construction
virgin polyethylene
Overall height
A1000 1320mm
Mass
26.5kg
Buoyancy
17kg
Focal plane
1000mm
Draft
A1000 270mm
Specifications subject to change without prior notice due to continuing technical development.

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Navigation Buoys

Seaspar Meridian and Meridian Plus


Buoy
Lightweight and dependable marks for a multitude of
applications.
Construction Material
Rotationally moulded seamless UV stabilised
polyethylene.
Buoy Life
Up to 20 years.
Maintenance
Virtually maintenance free for life due to the nature of
the manufacturing materials.
Flexibility
Adaptable design enabling customised applications.
Science
Soft riding performance suits scientific instruments/
data collection and telemetry delivery.
Re-deployment
Adjustable ballasting system of removable ballast
plates means multiple locations for the same buoy.
Value
Very cost effective due to low upfront outlay and
virtually no maintenance expenses.
Weather
Meridian buoys are currently withstanding cyclonic
conditions in locations such as the Bass Straight and
Northern Australia.
Graphics
Triangular top section provides three flat surfaces for
graphics and signage.

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Navigation Buoys

Seaspar Meridian and Meridian Plus


Buoy

Seaspar Meridian and Meridian Plus Buoy Technical


Construction
Rotationally moulded UV stabilised virgin polyethylene
Colour
All IALA approved colour combinations for cardinal and lateral navigation marks
Overall Height
Both models 3562mm
Meridian 112kg
Mass
Meridian Plus 152kg
Meridian 130kg
Buoyancy
Meridian Plus 260kg
Focal Plane
Both models 2000mm
Draft
Both models 1560mm
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Navigation Buoys

Hippo Marker Buoy


Hippo offers a range of small, cost effective marker
buoys for sheltered or shallow water locations. These are
made of the same self-fendering materials as our range
of larger navigational aids and are generally supplied
with cost effective self-contained lanterns.

Product Ref.

Diameter
(mm)

Overall Height
(mm)

Total Weight
(kg)

Focal Plane
(mm)

Max Chain
Capacity (kg)

Max Chain
Size (mm)

MMB-0800

800

1200

45

935

150

19

MMB-1000

1000

1925

85

1170

140

25

MMB-1200

1200

1925

95

1190

225

25

MMB-1500

1500

1925

150

1190

350

25

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Navigation Buoys

Guardian Navigation Buoy


Construction Material
Rotationally moulded UV stabilised polyethylene.
Unique foam sandwich construction provides
exceptionally high strength to weight ratio.

Choice of IALA
configured top
marks

Buoy Life
Up to 20 years.

Self contained solar


powered LED lantern

Maintenance
Virtually maintenance free for life due to
manufacturing process.
Value
The most cost effective due to low upfront outlay
and virtually no maintenance expense.

All IALA approved


colour combinations

Weather
Guardian buoys are currently withstanding cyclonic/
hurricane conditions in locations such as the Bass
Straight, Gulf of Mexico and Northern Australia.
Flexibility
Adaptable design enabling customised applications.

Safety handrail

Science
Soft riding performance suits scientific instruments/data
collection and telemetry delivery.

Stainless steel
lifting lugs

Re-deployment
Adjustable ballasting system means multiple locations
for the same buoy.
Foam filled for
reserve buoyancy

Adjustable ballast
Anode for cathodic
protection

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Navigation Buoys

Guardian Navigation Buoy

3300
2500

WL

2500

SB

305

305

EB

EB
H-V

1350
1650

SB Standard buoyancy

305

EB Extra buoyancy

1650

EB H-V Extra buoyancy, high visibility

Guardian Navigation Buoys Technical


Construction
UV stabilised foam sandwich polyethylene to average thickness (hull) 24mm
Colours
All IALA approved colour combinations, colour fast for life of buoy
Diameter
All models 1750mm / 69"
SB and EB 2500mm / 98.5"
Focal plane height
EB H-V 3300mm / 130"
SB 1350mm / 53"
Draft
EB 1650mm / 65"
Freeboard
All models 305mm / 12"
SB 545kg / 1201lbs
Mass (dry weight) varies with ballast
EB 590kg / 1300lbs
Reserve buoyancy
Closed cell polyurethane 30kg/M2
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Navigation Buoys

Guardian 5000 Buoy


Choice of IALA
configured top marks

Construction Material
Rotationally moulded seamless UV stabilised virgin
polyethylene and as choice of stainless steel or
galvanised steel.

Self contained solar


powered LED lantern

Buoy Life
Up to 20 years.
Maintenance
Virtually maintenance free for life due to
manufacturing process.
Value
The most cost effective due to low upfront outlay
and virtually no maintenance expense.
Weather
Built to withstand cyclonic/hurricane conditions in
locations such as, the Bass Straight, Gulf of Mexico and
Northern Australia.

All IALA approved


colour combinations

Flexibility
Adaptable design enabling customised applications.
Science
Soft riding performance suits scientific instruments/data
collection and telemetry delivery.
Re-deployment
Adjustable ballasting system means multiple locations
for the same buoy.

Stainless steel
lifting lugs

Foam filled for


reserve buoyancy

Adjustable ballast
2 x Heavy duty anodes for
corrosion protection

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Navigation Buoys

Guardian 5000 Buoy

Personnel safety restraint

Internal (or external)


radar reflector

Buoy top adaptor

Aluminium access ladder

Boarding
grab rail

Access hatch for


accessories, etc.

Mid frame
(Galv. or S/S)

Lifting lugs

1200

400

850

Focal Plane 5300 to 6000

152 Aluminium
internal support

2400

100NB Sch40
Pipe
M24 Grade
8.8 galv bolts

Internal web frame


(Galv. or S/S) joins both
buoyancy modules

Ballast
weights

2500
Elevation
Guardian 5000 Technical
Construction
Colours
Diameter
Focal plane height
Draft
Freeboard
Mass (dry weight) varies with ballast
Reserve buoyancy

UV stabilised foam sandwich polyethylene to average thickness (hull) 24mm


All IALA approved colour combinations for Cardinal and Lateral navigation marks
2500
5300-6000
2400
400
Approximately 1100kg
Closed cell polyurethane

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Navigation Buoys

Hippo Seamless Buoy


Configured for use with new-generation self-contained
lanterns, the Seamless range offers the same
self-fendering construction as other Hippo buoys but
at lower price levels due to the single-piece
construction, the simplified superstructure and the
optimisation for shipping.
Container Buoy Container Buoy
Container Buoy

Seamless Navigation
Seamless
Buoy Navigation Buoy
Seamless Navigation Buoy

Seamless
1.2

Seamless
1.6

Seamless
1.8

Seamless
2.0

Seamless
2.1

Seamless
2.4

Diameter (mm)

1200

1600

1800

2000

2075

2400

Draught (mm)

760-925

800-900

750-950

725-925

1160-1400

1125-1400

Freeboard (with no moorings


attached) (mm)

465

450

470

500

640

675

Freeboard (with 200kg


moorings attached) (mm)

288

300

300

300

400

400

1645-1855

1640-1850

2100-2200

2140-2340

2950-3190

2950-3225

Displacement (kg/cm)

11.3

20.1

25.4

31.4

33.8

45.3

Approximate weight (kg)

200

350

400

500

1300

1550

Maximum mooring weight (kg)

200

350

500

600

900

1200

Recommended chain size (mm)

19-28

19-32

19-32

19-32

32-38

32-38

750

1000

1000

1250

2500

2500

Focal plane (when lit) (mm)

Recommended sinker
(cast iron) (kg)
Recommended operational
conditions

minor channels minor channels minor channels minor channels major channels major channels
and harbours
and harbours
and harbours
and harbours
and open sea
and open sea
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Hippo Seamless Buoy


Common Specifications
Hull

Manufactured from a core of thermolaminated closed-cell polyethylene foam encapsulated in a


self-colour tough yet flexible polyurethane elastomer skin. The hulls of these buoys are lightweight
and self-fendering, yet extremely durable and virtually unsinkable. They come as standard with a
non-slip deck.

Light System

Configured to take a variety of self-contained LED light systems.

General Specifications 1.2m, 1.6m, 1.8m and 2.0m Seamless Buoy


Hull / Daymark

Both hull and daymark incorporated in a one-piece construction

Steelspine

One-piece construction integrated into the buoy design


Baffle tail configuration complete with forklift slots to aid quayside handling
Supplied with both bridle and single point mooring eyes
Supplied with 2x lifting eyes
Supplied with flange to take a variety of self-contained LED lantern types
Hot dip galvanised mild steel
Supplied with replaceable mooring eye wearing bushes

Options

Echomax EM180 radar reflector


Powder coated aluminium plate type topmark assembly
Fully light stable aliphatic elastomer coating
Anti-bacterial coating to reduce marine growth

General Specifications 2.1m Container and 2.4m Flatrack Seamless Buoys


These two larger members of the Seamless family have been designed for long-distance transportation at minimum cost
Hull

Both hull and skirt incorporated in a one-piece construction

Daymark / Superstructure

Lightweight composite structure


Built in ladder on 2 sides
Powder coated aluminium daymarks where required
Safety Hoop
Mounting plate to take a variety of self-contained LED lantern types

Steel Skirt / Lifting Configuration Skirt arrangement


Supplied with bridle mooring eyes
Supplied with 2x lifting eyes
Hot dip galvanised mild steel
Supplied with replaceable mooring eye wearing bushes
Options

Echomax EM305 radar reflector


Powder coated aluminium plate type topmark assembly
Fully light stable aliphatic elastomer coating
Anti-bacterial coating to reduce marine growth
Adjustable ballast to suit shallow water or lightweight mooring systems

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Navigation Buoys

Hippo Lite and Super Lite Buoy


Whether configured as navigational marks in
accordance with IALA guidelines or fitted out as
databuoys, the largest buoys in the Hippo family offer
outstanding durability and stability and are in service
in some of the most challenging environments on
the planet.
These buoys are fully modular and the superstructure
is engineered to both minimise windage and to accept
large equipment packages.
The flexibility of our technology allows us to adopt a
blank page approach with users who are looking to
achieve a step change in the efficiency of their buoy
operations or to incorporate very specific design
features.
Top mark
Top mark support
Lantern
Radar reflector
Safety ring
Solar panels
Tower
Daymarks
Battery box
Lifting eye
Freeboard

Hull

Draught

Mooring eye
Skail
Mooring eye

Tail option
Ballast weight
Mooring eye

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Hippo Lite and Super-Lite Buoy


Diameter
Draught
Freeboard
Focal plane (when lit)
Displacement
Weight (without ballast)
Recommended moorings
Sinker (cast iron)
Recommended operation

Diameter
Draught
Freeboard
Focal plane (when lit)
Displacement
Weight (without ballast)
Recommended moorings
Sinker (cast iron)
Recommended operation

Diameter
Draught
Freeboard
Focal plane (when lit)
Displacement
Weight (without ballast)
Recommended moorings
Sinker (cast iron)
Recommended operation

Hippo-Lite/1.5
1500mm
1000mm
200mm
2300mm
17kg/cm
540kg
19/25/32mm
max weight: 160kg
1000kg
minor channels and harbours

Hippo-Lite/1.8
1800mm
1100mm
300mm
2400mm
25kg/cm
650kg
25/32mm
max weight: 350kg
1000kg
major channels and part open sea

Hippo-Lite/2.0
2000mm
1200mm
400mm
2500mm
31kg/cm
750kg
25/32mm
max weight: 930kg
1500 kg
major channels and part open sea

Hippo Super-Lite/1.8
2200mm
2500mm
500mm
3000mm
38kg/cm
1400kg
32mm
max weight: 1000kg
2500kg
major channels and open sea

Hippo-Lite/2.5
2500mm
2500mm
500mm
3000mm
49kg/cm
1450kg
32mm
max weight: 1400kg
2500kg
major channels and part open sea

Hippo Super-Lite/3.0
3000mm
2500mm
500mm
3000mm
71kg/cm
1600kg
32mm
max weight: 2400kg
2500kg
major channels and open sea

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Navigation Buoys

Hippo GRP Minor Light Towers


Hippo Marine manufacture a range of Minor Light
Towers that are constructed using modular sections
to enable easy transportation to and erection at
remote locations.
Tower Reference
MLT 5.5
MLT 7.0
MLT 8.5
MLT 10.0
MLT 13.0
MLT 15.0

These towers have the following features:


Hippo Marines GRP towers are of modular construction
manufactured with a UV stabilised isophthalic gelcoat
and resin, at a minimum thickness of 8mm, requiring little
maintenance
A range of tower heights available up to 15m

Height (m)
5.5
7.0
8.5
10.0
13.2
15.0

 he towers are locally reinforced by way of the flanges to


T
produce a design of immense strength, allowing them to
withstand gale force winds
Access to the door section is via an external ladder. The
ladder is removable to minimise theft or vandalism. Access
to the lantern is via an internal ladder at the top. The top
platform is fitted with guard rails to enable safe access to
the lantern for maintenance purposes
 he towers can be fitted with stainless steel frames to
T
support solar panels
Each tower is supplied complete with lifting davit kit for
on-site assembly
 he batteries can be stowed either at door level or at
T
ground level within the cone section
Colours are in accordance with IALA marking standards
 owers have been certified to withstand winds of up to 56
T
metres per second (125mph)
A comprehensive range of lighting systems are available

10.5m Minor Light Tower


10.5m Minor Light Tower

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Offshore Buoys

Chain Support Buoy


Our standard range of chain support buoys goes from
a reserve buoyancy of 900kg up to 5500kg but our
exible production process allows us to manufacture
products to suit our customers exact buoyancy
requirements. We can supply these buoys congured
with swivel eyes top and bottom or with a chainthrough/locking plate arrangement. We also offer pickup buoys with up to 750kg of reserve buoyancy.

Three chain
stop options

Swivel-ended type

Chain-through type

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Chain Support Buoy


Swivel-ended Type Buoy
Type
HCSB-0900
HCSB-1815
HCSB-2000
HCSB-2270
HCSB-2500
HCSB-2750
HCSB-3000
HCSB-3630
HCSB-4540
HCSB-5454

Nominal Dimensions
B
Overall Len
(mm)
2120
2120
2620
2620
2620
2620
2620
2620
2620
2620

C
Float Dia.
(mm)
1020
1350
1250
1310
1370
1430
1485
1620
1810
1980

A
Float Len
(mm)
1550
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2100
2350

Nominal Dimensions
B
Overall Len
(mm)
2096
2546
2546
2546
2546
2546
2546
2546
2646
2890

C
Float Dia.
(mm)
1300
1300
1340
1400
1450
1520
1590
1705
1850
1950

A
Float Len
(mm)
660
850
910
990
1017
1190

Nominal Dimensions
B
Overall Len
(mm)
860
1460
1514
1580
1620
1794

C
Float Dia.
(mm)
660
880
940
1020
1050
1220

A
Float Len
(mm)
1500
1500
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000

Nominal
Weight
(kg)

Nett
Buoyancy
(kg)

Nett
Buoyancy
(lbs)

210
285
330
340
355
365
375
415
485
550

900
1815
2000
2270
2500
2750
3000
3630
4540
5454

1980
3993
4400
4994
5500
6050
6600
7986
9988
11999

Nominal
Weight
(kg)

Nett
Buoyancy
(kg)

Nett
Buoyancy
(lbs)

440
480
520
535
550
585
600
630
750
800

1360
1815
2000
2270
2500
2750
3000
3630
4540
5400

2992
3993
4400
4994
5500
6050
6600
7986
9988
11880

Nominal
Weight
(kg)

Nett
Buoyancy
(kg)

Nett
Buoyancy
(lbs)

25
70
80
100
95
130

100
250
300
400
500
750

220
550
660
880
1100
1650

Chain-through Type Buoy


Type
HCSBT-1360
HCSBT-1815
HCSBT-2000
HCSBT-2270
HCSBT-2500
HCSBT-2750
HCSBT-3000
HCSBT-3630
HCSBT-4540
HCSBT-5400

Pick-up Buoy
Type
HPU-0100
HPU-0250
HPU-0300
HPU-0400
HPU-0500
HPU-0750

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Offshore Buoys

Anchor Pendant Buoy


Whether configured as traditional suitcase-type with
handling crucifix and pad-eye, as a single-piece barrel
buoy, as a modular stacking buoy or as a modular
donut-type unit configured for through-wire use,
Hippo anchor buoys are in service in some of the most
demanding environments which the offshore sector
has to offer.
Kevlar reinforcement can be fitted for heavy-duty
applications and other variants of these products
(such as the pictured ice configuration) can be quoted
upon customer request.

Suitcase/Rectangular Pendant Buoys


Product Ref.

Width
(mm)

Depth
(mm)

Overall
Height (mm)

Total
Weight (kg)

Nett
Buoyancy (kg)

APB-01000

1300

1100

1950

310

1000

ABP-02000

1520

1320

2200

470

2000

APB-03000

1800

1600

2200

550

3000

APB-04000

2100

1760

2200

630

4000

APB-05000

2000

1600

3245

1080

5000

APB-10000

2300

2030

3900

1800

10000

APB-20000

3200

2500

4350

3200

20000

Total
Weight (kg)

Nett
Buoyancy (kg)

Barrel Type Pendant Buoys


Product Ref.

Diameter
(mm)

Buoyancy Unit
Height (mm)

Overall
Height (mm)

APBB-01000

1050

1500

1500

225

1000

APBB-05000

1650

2900

2900

1100

5000

APBB-10000

2100

3500

3500

1700

10000

APBB-20000

2700

4150

4150

3200

20000

APBB-30000

2750

5900

5900

4700

30000

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Anchor Pendant Buoy

Modular Stacking Pendant Buoy


Product Ref.

Width
(mm)

Depth
(mm)

Overall
Height (mm)

Total
Weight (kg)

Nett
Buoyancy (kg)

APBM-30000

2500

2500

7800

6000

30000

APBM-45000

3150

3150

7800

7200

45000

APBM-54000

3280

3280

8100

8000

54000

Overall Length
(mm)

No. of
Modules

Total
Weight (kg)

Nett
Buoyancy (kg)

Modular Donut Type Anchor Buoy


Product Ref.

Diameter
(mm)

APMD-05000

1900

2830

1750

5000

APMD-10000

2350

3450

2690

10000

APMD-15000

2475

4600

3840

15000

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Offshore Buoys

Other Offshore Flotation and Protection


Besides the ranges of commonly-requested buoys
listed within this section, we also design and
manufacture a complete range of floats for hoses,
pipes, ropes and many other applications.
For rope use, we have single and double hawser
designs, all manufactured from the same combination
of extremely durable, high-visibility, self-fendering
materials as our ranges of buoys and fenders. These
can easily be tailored to guarantee a specific amount
of buoyancy.
Within the hose market, we are able to offer floating
Y-pieces and reducers in either standard or bespoke
configurations. We also design and supply hose floats.
For pipeline installation work, we offer pipelaying
flotation modules, more details of which can be found
in the subsurface buoyancy section of this publication.
And in response to an FPSO operator off West Africa
who brought us the problem of his offloading hose
getting damaged when coming into contact with riser
chain, we developed a moulded protection system
which we are now supplying to others looking to
minimise hose casualties and related downtime.

Floating Y-piece

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Subsurface Buoys

Subsurface Flotation Materials Overview


External Coatings
There are 3 main material possibilities for encapsulating
the core of Hippo subsurface buoys:
polyurethane elastomer is a highly abrasion-resistant,
reinforceable coating which we can either spray-apply or
cast around the foam core. For ultimate durability, this
form of coating can be Kevlar reinforced
rotationally-moulded polyethylene is a cheaper and more
uniform method of mass-producing a protective shell for
the foam core in applications where the resilience and
flexibility of PU elastomer is not required
PU paint is mainly used in applications where the core
material is resilient in itself but requires some level of
protection from UV degradation

Applications
The primary product applications for these materials are:

The Materials

pipeline installation buoys

As with surface buoyancy, there are two application


dependent material parameters to subsurface buoyancy:

transponder collars

Modsyn top-up buoys, general subsea installation buoys


modular subsea buoys

the foam material which forms the core of the product

distributed buoyancy modules

the external coating material

Based upon the use our products are being put to and
the depths to which they need to be rated, we select from
a number of possible material combinations to ensure
maximum product life and integrity at minimum cost.

submersible/ROV/AUV buoyancy systems

Foams
For shallower depths, we are typically offering either
high-density polyethylene foam or expanded polymer
foam. The significant benefit both these foams offer
over the polyurethane foam, which most other
manufacturers will offer for these depths, is that the
foams we offer are of a closed cell nature. This means
that if the outer skin of a Hippo shallow water buoy is
breached, our customers can be assured that the result
will not be a rapid and catastrophic absorption of water
followed by failure of the product.
For deepwater applications, we are formulating and
processing our own pure syntactic foam into which we
will then generally introduce moulded macrospheres to
reduce the weight and the ultimate cost of the product.

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390

Flotation

R2
0

20

R5

R8

Subsurface Buoys

15

780

15

304

R15
2

Pipeline Installation Buoy

86

5
R8

17
304.8mm
3

PIPE

(12")

R5
5

Proven offshore technology, in which you can150trust.

400

150

To reduce tensions on both vessel and pipeline during


8mm elastomer
532
installation, buoyancy modules are very often fitted.
skin reinforced
with nylon mesh.
This can happen PIPE
either on the laying vessel itself or on700
land if the shore pull system is being used.
75kg foam

76

2m

m
Our commitment is to design, manufacture
and supply
(30
")
the best possible solution for your pipelaying buoyancy
requirements, using durable materials that can be taken
onto future projects, and which will require very little
maintenance either during or between projects.
Optional 3x grooves
100mm wide x 10mm deep

540

 asily and cost effectively customised to suit specific


e
project requirements
260

540

R5
The main features1150
and benefits of Hippo
Marines
0
00
unique approach to this applicationR2 are as follows:

1080

extremely durable outer polyurethane elastomer skin


kevlar-type skin reinforcement available as an option
 arious foam densities available depending upon the
v
depth requirement
s ome exclusive foams available of closed-cell nature
to eliminate risk of loss of buoyancy due to damage to
the module
96

R5

 odules designed to accommodate your preferred


m
275
attachment and release system

530

basePIPE
designed to fit multiple different pipe sizes
one-piece or multi-module systems available

1200

0
20

530
1610

55kg/cu.M foam
5mm elastomer skin

4x grooves 100mm wide x 5mm deep


with bonded 80mm wide x 0.9mm thick
316 stainless
t
steel.

R2

00

321

1090

350

545

545

30

224

R6
0

115

PIPE

480

480

480

480

75-100kg/cu.M foam
8mm elastomer skin
reinforced with nylon mesh.
2400

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Pipeline Installation Buoys


2xg
grooves 100mm wide x 5mm deep
p
with bonded 80mm wide x 0.9mm thick
316 stainless
t
steel.
R5

390

R8

R2
0

20

950
5

15

304

R15
2

780

15

R8

304.8mm
3

PIPE

(12")

R5
5

86

17
400

150

150

75kg foam
8mm elastomer
skin reinforced
with nylon mesh.
700

532
PIPE

76

2m

(30

")

Optional 3x grooves
100mm wide x 10mm deep

R5

1150

00

540

1080

260

540

R2

R5

96

530

275

530
1610

PIPE

55kg/cu.M foam
5mm elastomer skin

1200

00

4x grooves 100mm wide x 5mm deep


with bonded 80mm wide x 0.9mm thick
316 stainless
t
steel.

R2

00

R2

321

350

163

545

545

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Modsyn Top-up Buoys, General


Subsea Installation Buoy
Manufactured from the same syntactic foam formulations
as our ranges of larger subsea buoys, Modsyn is the perfect
solution when small, configurable amounts of buoyancy
are required for cable or umbilical support, as ROV trim
buoyancy or as a general-purpose installation tool.
Modsyn does offer a number of operational advantages
over alternative products available on the market:
easily lashed via the central through-hole
 ultiple units can be configured together via two other
m
lateral through-holes
flat-sided for easy storage on land and easy use on deck.

We are also able to produce


Modsyngeneral purpose subsea installation
buoys to customer requirements, as in this example of a
lashed-on design favoured by one of our customers.

General Purpose Installation Buoy

General Purpose Installation Buoy

Modsyn

Product Ref

Depth Rating
(m)

Nett Buoyancy
(kg)

Total Weight
(kg)

Number Of
Modules

Diameter
(mm)

Height
(mm)

MODSYN-S1-0250

250

39

24

500

410

MODSYN-S1-0500

500

38

25

500

410

MODSYN-S1-1000

1000

36

27

500

410

MODSYN-S1-2000

2000

29

34

500

410

MODSYN-S1-3000

3000

23

40

500

410

MODSYN-S2-0250

250

70

52

500

820

MODSYN-S2-0500

500

68

54

500

820

MODSYN-S2-1000

1000

64

58

500

820

MODSYN-S2-2000

2000

50

72

500

820

MODSYN-S2-3000

3000

38

84

500

820

MODSYN-S3-0250

250

105

78

500

1230

MODSYN-S3-0500

500

102

81

500

1230

MODSYN-S3-1000

1000

96

87

500

1230

MODSYN-S3-2000

2000

75

108

500

1230

MODSYN-S3-3000

3000

57

126

500

1230

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Subsurface Buoys

Modular Subsea Buoy


Wherever there is a requirement to safely moor a
floating offshore structure, it is highly likely that the
mooring system will comprise one or more subsea
mooring buoys.
The principle of these buoys is that the flotation
modules are mounted onto a through-member made of
steel. This steelwork, configured and rated in accordance
with customer requirements, integrates structurally
within the rest of the mooring system, leaving the
flotation units unstressed.
The nature of these modular buoys is that the number
of modules can be adjusted to meet a specific buoyancy
requirement and also that any damaged module can be
replaced in isolation.
This range of buoys offers net buoyancy from 500kg
to 20t, at depth ratings from 250m down to 3000m.
Bespoke buoys can also be manufactured in larger or
smaller sizes.
The matrix showing all possible combinations of
modules, depth ratings and resulting net buoyancies
would be massive. Below you will find line drawings of
the mini, standard, large and maxi ranges. Tell us how
much buoyancy you will require, and to what depth it
needs to be rated, and we will quote you the most cost
effective way to meet that requirement from amongst
these options.
Large / Maxi Modular Buoy
Standard Modular Buoy
Mini Modular Buoy

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Other Subsurface Flotation

Our combination of subsea materials technology and


processes allows us to design and supply products for
many other subsurface applications.
These can be as simple as the pictured transponder
collar. However, the projects we get involved in can
also be as detailed as the consulting, design and
manufacturing we were engaged to perform for the
most complex sets of submersible buoyancy ever
produced, also pictured.
Other areas to which we are applying, or have applied
our expertise, include combined jumper/umbilical
flotation and protection and distributed/riser buoyancy.
For the vast majority of work of this type, there are no
specification tables which we can provide to arrange
standard data into a neat format. This is all about
our customers bringing us their subsea design and
operational challenges and working with us to develop
a technically robust and cost effective solution to those
challenges in which respect we act as an extension of
their own engineering capabilities.
So the service which we are proposing here is the
application of our materials, our experience and our
expertise to assist our customers in finding the best
possible outcomes to their subsea headaches. We
welcome such headaches, and the opportunity to show
our customers how we can solve them for you.

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Diving Equipment

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We are regularly meeting new


challenges, developing new
equipment and devising new
techniques and procedures
to meet the evolving needs
of the industry

Diving

A complete diving solution


Fendercare Marine provides a wide range of diving services and equipment,
to install, inspect, maintain and remove underwater structures of all types.
We have extensive experience of supporting shipping companies, offshore
operators, onshore facilities and other businesses or authorities requiring
underwater work to be carried out.

Diving Services
Our own diving teams are trained and experienced in a wide range of
techniques and procedures. Safety is a paramount consideration. Our
Safety Management System includes project specific procedures and risk
assessments in compliance with current legislation, UK HSE regulations,
host nation legislation, IMCA recommendations and best industry practice.
Support vessels and personnel are provided as required.

Equipment Supply
We supply a comprehensive selection of diving and life support equipment
for sale or hire. Equipment is manufactured to our own designs or to your
specifications. Our design engineers can assist with your design, based on a
deep knowledge of the requirements of users and certification authorities.

Clients Representatives, Consultancy and


Project Management
Our knowledge of subsea operations is regularly used by offshore and
onshore operators and engineers. Through Fendercare Marine and other
members of the James Fisher Group we have access to a global network
of skills, experience and hardware. We have developed tried and tested
procedures and risk assessments for most underwater requirements.

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Diving Services
This list of services is not exhaustive. We are regularly meeting new
challenges, developing new equipment and devising new techniques and
procedures to meet the evolving needs of the industry. If you have
an underwater need, please contact us.

General Techniques
Weld cleaning and surface preparation, underwater cutting, clamp
installation, anti-corrosion protection, CCTV surveys, inspection and
non-destructive testing, salvage identification and recovery.

Shipping
Hull cleaning, cathodic protection, UWILD surveys, CCTV surveys,
pre-purchase surveys, damage assessment for insurance.

Offshore Oil and Gas


Cathodic protection, annual IRM surveys, UWILD surveys, pipeline
inspection, stabilisation, tie-ins and metrology, scour surveys, riser
installation, wellhead surveys and remedial works.

Renewables
Maintenance of subsea structures, shore-end landings and riser installation.
Cable and detection repair support services.

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Harbour, Port and Mooring


Quay and bridge inspection and maintenance, marine growth inspection
and clearance, scour surveys, subsea mooring, anti-corrosion protection
SBM inspection maintenance and change out, debris and seabed clearance,
pre-purchase surveys.

Civil Engineering and Utilities


Inspection and remedial action for reservoirs, rivers, outfall and intakes and
sewage treatment works, subsea cable and pipe location and maintenance,
cofferdams and temporary dams.

Index of Diving Services


Anti-Corrosion Installation
Project management, preparation and installation of anti-corrosion coatings
to piles, offshore structures and jetties in the North Sea, Middle East and
the Bahamas.

Cable Location
Subsea cable and pipeline detection using magnetometers or tone
induction for location of submarine cables, pipeline recovery, crossover
installation or repair and maintenance programmes.

Cathodic Potential Surveys and Anode Replacements


Checking and recording the existing effectiveness of current cathodic
protection system and replacing depleted anodes.

Clamp Installations
Inspection and repair of subsea clamps to offshore structures and pipelines.
We have a large selection of procedures to support these operations,
including hydra-tightening and torque checks, protective coatings, CP
continuity checks and remedial actions.

Closed Circuit Television Surveys


We have tried and tested closed circuit television techniques for the
transmission of subsea images carried out by divers or remotely operated
vehicles. Images are transmitted in real time to your representatives or
classification societys surveyor on the surface, where the combined
video images and audible footage are recorded for analysis, reporting
and archiving.

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Diving Services
Cofferdams
We build and supply underwater airlifts and self-burying cofferdams. These
are used for the de-burial of power cables and pipelines and access to
subsea structures where excavations are subject to backfilling by sediments
carried by the tidal flow.

Damage Assessment for Insurance


We can locate, identify and inspect a vessel on the seabed to confirm its
status and the status of its cargo.

Debris and Seabed Clearance


Debris surveys and seabed clearance programmes as part of annual
offshore subsea and IRM programmes and prior to rig moves, wellhead
clearances and salvage operations. Inshore debris clearance works have
also been carried out as part of our reservoir, harbour, river and civils
inspection and maintenance programmes.

Harbour and Bridge Inspections


Working for local councils, harbour boards and authorities, we carry
out quayside inspections and remedial works. We identify areas of
accelerated low-water corrosion in steel-piled quayside structures, poor
areas of cathodic protection, physical damage and washouts, dangerous
protrusions, damage to outfall and intake structures and riverbed scour.

Hull Cleaning
Hull cleaning by divers to reduce water drag for a more productive passage
avoids the costs and downtime of dry docks.

Marine Growth Inspection and Clearance


Many forms of underwater and splash zone marine growth clearance
equipment and procedures, ranging from simple hand scrapers, hand and
rotary wire brushes, HP and LP water-jetting systems with needle and fan
jets and low-pressure grit cleaning techniques.

Mooring Installation, Maintenance and Inspection


Inspection, maintenance and replacement of subsea moorings.
Fendercare Marine is one of the largest distributors of subsea mooring
equipment, chains and buoys with access to bases located in 15 countries.
We provide topside and subsea personnel, equipment and spares to keep
your facility fully operational.

Offshore Platform Annual IRM Programmes


Our team has carried out annual subsea Inspection, Repair and
Maintenance programmes for many of the majors in the North Sea and
Middle East. We supply the DSV, personnel and equipment to meet your
requirements and the operational and project procedures to comply with
your standards and government legislation, including IMCA guidelines and
best industry practice.

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Pipeline Inspections
Interfield and main export pipelines are subject to many problems such
as scour, reduced cathodic protection, physical damage and debris.
We provide inspection and survey procedures and remedial techniques
including pipeline de-burial and stabilisation. Services include the
installation, inspection and repair of anti-scour systems, cathodic
protection, CP continuity straps, anode beds, weight coats and coatings.

Pipeline Stabilisation
Personnel and equipment for submarine pipeline stabilisation programmes,
including assistance with pre and post rock-dump surveys, placement
of sand bags and/or grout bags including subsea grouting operations,
installation of anti-scour frond mats and concrete mats.

Pipeline Tie-Ins
Our experienced dive teams and back-up personnel support submarine
pipeline tie-ins, working in the air depth range and tidal waters of the
Southern North Sea and West Africa.

Pipeline Metrology
Alongside pipeline and riser tie-in services we offer a subsea metrology
facility, including Pup Piece design, manufacture and test.

Pre-Purchase Surveys
Acting on behalf of purchasers we inspect and report on the condition of
quayside piling and moorings prior to purchase. These surveys will include a
GVI (General Visual Inspection) of the quayside above and below the water
line including a video survey, ultrasonic wall thickness readings, cathodic
protection surveys and scour assessments. The reports will consist of a written
assessment accompanied with video footage and stills where appropriate.

Reservoir Inspections and Remedial Works


We have many years experience in working alongside panel engineers in
the UK for inspection, construction and remedial works to reservoirs.
We have experience of project management and provision of underwater
diving and ROV services in preparing reservoirs for 1,000 year flood defence.

Riser, J and I Tube Installation


Design, installation and maintenance of J and I tubes based on experience
in the tidal waters of the Southern North Sea and overseas.

River and Long Sea Outfalls and Intakes


Complete facilities and project management for the inspection and
replacement of long sea and river outfalls for utilities and water authorities.

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Salvage Recovery
Salvage operations for the recovery of dropped objects from offshore rigs
and platforms, assets from sunken vessels and aircraft.

SBM and SPM Inspection and Maintenance


Technical support services, personnel and equipment for the topside
and underwater inspection and maintenance of SBMs and associated
submarine pipelines. We are contracted to the UK Ministry of Defence
for SBM inspection and maintenance in the Falkland Islands. We also
subcontract personnel and equipment to other maintenance companies
to assist them with their individual programmes.

SBM Change Outs


We are also heavily involved with the planning and implementation of
SBM change out, the most recent change out being that carried out in the
Falkland Islands in 2010.

Scour Surveys and Remedial Works


We offer a wealth of experience and knowledge in identifying and
combating scour around fixed offshore structures, pipelines and jack-up
rigs. Jack-up rig spud cans are very susceptible to scour. Remedial works
include rock dumping, placement of sand bags, anti-scour mats and
concrete mats.

Sewage Treatment Works Inspections


Specialised underwater CCTV equipment for the monitoring of sediment
movements within treatment works and dive teams for ongoing
maintenance of water reservoirs. This includes general inspection and
maintenance and the design and installation of underwater reservoir
aeration systems.

Shore End Landings


We have experience in shore-end landing operations in the Southern North
Sea wind turbine markets, (Scroby Sands Wind Farm on Gt Yarmouth Beach
and the Kentish Flats Wind Farm) and overseas in Egypt on the beaches in
the Gulf of Suez and Alexandria.

Temporary Dams
We can supply, install and maintain shallow water dams to allow engineers
to work in the dry on shallow water riverbeds and foundations.

Underwater Cutting
Hot and cold cutting techniques include cold diamond wire cutting, hot
thermal lance cutting, rotary diamond disc cutting, grinding, HP water
jetting and HP water and grit entrainment. We have in-house procedures
and generic risk assessments.

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Underwater Inspection and Non Destructive


Testing (NDT)
A full range of underwater inspection and NDT services, carried out by
approved operators and technicians, certified by recognised industrial
bodies such as the Certification Scheme for Weld Inspection Personnel
(CSWIP) and classification authorities. All inspection and NDT operations
are covered by the operational and reporting procedures as laid down in
the Fendercare Marine Inspection Manuals and Safety Management System.

Underwater Surveys
We have managed many UWILD (Underwater in Lieu of Dry Docking)
surveys in conjunction with major Certifying Authorities for vessel
classifications. This allows, for example, jack-up rigs in the North Sea to
be inspected on location to prevent a costly break in production.

Vessel Inspection and Maintenance


Underwater inspection and maintenance services for vessels afloat,
covering hulls, propellers, rudders and thrusters. Our divers carry out
underwater inspection, NDT and cleaning. Your onboard representative
can observe and communicate with the diver via head-mounted closed
circuit television cameras and diver surface audible communications.
Still, audio and video records are made for review and analysis.

Weld Cleaning and Surface Preparation


As with conventional surface inspection techniques, cleaning and
preparation is of paramount importance. We provide underwater
high-pressure water-jet cleaning equipment and low-pressure grit
blasting equipment to clean the surface area to be inspected to comply
with your procedures, typically cleaning to SA 2.5 prior to MPI, AFCM and
CVI techniques.

Wellhead Surveys and Remedial Works


We provide dive support vessels, air diving personnel and equipment to
carry out inspection and remedial work programmes on subsea wellheads
and associated wellhead protection frames in the North Sea and overseas.
The scope of work encompasses wellhead cleaning, valve checks, component
change outs (jumper leads, etc) maintenance and decommissioning.

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Diving
Diving Equipment
Equipment

Diving Equipment
Manufacturing and Sales
Our extensive diving experience lies behind a range of equipment suited to
work offshore and in civil engineering applications. All systems are built to
required international standards and tailored to your precise needs.

Hire of Equipment
We have a wide range of air diving and life support equipment for hire,
including:
containerised decompression chambers
containerised dive control packages
containerised HP compressor packages
containerised hydraulic power packs (for use with deployment systems)
containerised diver hot water packages
two-diver deployment systems
SCUBA replacement packages.

All items of equipment are IMCA compliant and are supplied with a full
certification package to allow the equipment to be used in offshore and
onshore diving locations. We also supply offshore diving technicians to
support equipment maintenance, testing and operational requirements.

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Diving Equipment

Repair, Maintenance and Refurbishment


We offer a service of refurbishment, testing, recertification and upgrading
of your own diving equipment. Services for diving companies range from
testing, refurbishment and recertification of decompression chambers,
through to redesign and repackaging of DDC dive control packages
compliant with IMCA.
We also offer the service of complete strip down and inspection of
all internal components for a range of Braden winches, carried out
in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations using
Braden-trained in-house personnel. We also service Kirby Morgan
diving helmets and band masks.

Index of Diving Equipment


Camera Mounting Brackets
A range of camera/light mounting brackets to suit various Kirby Morgan
helmets (Mk 17, 27 and 37). These brackets clamp to the helmet handle and
will accommodate a range of cameras and lights.

Compressor Packages Containerised


Containerised compressor packages are supplied in containers built to
specification BS.EN:12079 or DNV 2.7.1. These units can be supplied with
either HP or LP compressors or a combination of the two with a choice
of electric or diesel power. LP and HP compressors, storage receiver and
cylinders, sized to suit the application, can be supplied and installed in
accordance with your requirements.

Deployment System Hydraulic Packages


Housed in containers or transit frames, these systems use twin independent
power packs to supply hydraulic fluid to the diver-deployment winches.
Both units have emergency change-over valves in the event of a hydraulic
failure to either deployment or recovery winch. Packages can be supplied in
a container built to specification BS.EN:12079 or DNV 2.7.1. In containerised
systems we offer an optional hydraulics tools power pack which provides
hydraulic fluid to underwater tools.

Decompression Chambers
We design, manufacture and supply decompression chambers in various
diameters from 1.5 to 2.0m to comply with Lloyds or DNV rules and client
specific requirements.

Decompression Packages Containerised


Containerised Deck Decompression packages are supplied in container
lengths and widths to meet your requirements. Offshore packages are in
containers built to specifications BS.EN:12079 or DNV 2.7.1. All units can
be fitted out with insulation, heating, cooling and dual function packages
as required.
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DDC/Dive Control Packages Containerised
Dual-function DDC and dive control container packages are built to
specifications BS.EN:12079 or DNV2.7.1 in sizes as required. (Units previously
supplied include 20x8ft, 20x9ft, 23x9ft, 30x8ft and 30x9ft). We offer fully
insulated and lined units inclusive of all electrical distribution (single and
three-phase) for container heating, cooling, lighting and all other electrical
services. DDC options include 1.5, 1.8 and 2.0m diameter with twin or triple
locks. Dive control panels are available in two, three and four-diver options
for both air and Nitrox diving operations. All ancillary equipment, such as
diver communication, TV monitors, CCTV control units, hard disc video
recording systems and diver monitoring, can be provided in a
19" rack-mounted format, providing desk space for the panel operator.

Dive Control Packages Containerised


Containerised dive control packages are supplied in containers built to
specification BS.EN:12079 or DNV 2.7.1 in sizes to meet your requirements
(units previously supplied include 10x8ft, 12x9ft and 15x 8ft). Fully insulated
and lined units include all electrical distribution (single and three-phase)
for container heating, cooling, lighting and all other electrical services.
Dive control panels are available in two, three and four-diver options for
both air and Nitrox diving operations. All ancillary equipment such as diver
communication, TV monitors, CCTV control units, hard disc video recording
systems and diver monitoring can be provided in a 19" rack-mounted format,
providing desk space for both the dive supervisor and panel operator.

Dive Deployment Systems


Well-proven two and four-diver deployment systems are specifically
designed for diving operations from vessels, rigs or platforms. Safety
features are reliable primary and secondary recovery facilities which are of
paramount importance for recovering divers in an emergency. The standard
deployment system comprises a divers deployment A frame, two hydraulic
man-riding winches, two-man dive basket and clump weight. All equipment
is supplied complete with certification data pack. Theses units are also
available with an air winch option.

Diver Monitoring System


We manufacture a 19" rack-mounted 8-channel diver monitoring package
which will monitor and record the dive profiles of up to eight air divers
simultaneously. The system provides a graph which illustrates both the time
and depth for each diver being monitored. The divers depth is monitored
by means of a transducer in a waterproof housing attached to the diver.

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Diving Equipment

Divers Hot Water Machine Containerised


Twin oil-fired hot water machines are supplied in containers built to
specification BS.EN:12079 or DNV 2.7.1. These boilers provide heat to a
heat exchanger (calorifier) via a closed loop fresh water circuit. The heated
hot salt water then passes through a buffer tank before being delivered
to the divers. The delivery temperature of the hot water is controlled and
monitored electronically allowing 1oC incremental changes to the water
outlet temperature. A remotely located Hi/Lo 19" rack-mounted alarm
option is also available.

Gas Storage Cylinders Transportable


We offer offshore transportable gas storage cylinder packs designed and
built in accordance with BS.EN:12079 or DNV 2.7.1. These are available in
cylinder types and capacities from 16 x 50 litre cylinders to 4 x 400 litre packs.

SCUBA Replacement System


The SCUBA replacement system consists of a stainless steel transit frame
containing an IMCA compliant two-diver control panel, regulators and HP
storage cylinders. The cylinder can be supplied in 200 or 300 bar pressure
ratings and in either 20 or 30 litre storage capacities. The minimum
number of cylinders per system is six and a maximum of nine subject to
your requirements.

Traffic Light DP Alarm System


The standard system comprises two stations: a bridge desk-mounted
unit and a 19" rack-mounted dive control unit which has red, amber and
green repeater lights plus an audio alarm. The two stations are linked via a
hard-wire umbilical and uninterruptable power supply with a minimum of
two hours battery life.

TV Cameras Hat Mounted


Our hat-mounted cameras are designed specifically for the underwater
environment. The camera unit is housed in a robust 316 grade stainless steel
housing rated to 200m and can be supplied with a range of waterproof
connectors to suit your requirements.

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Lifting Services
Lifting Equipment

184
185-195

Lifting

Lifting Services

A comprehensive
lifting, testing and
inspection service

Lifting
Fendercare Marine supplies all types of lifting and handling equipment:
powered and manual crane hoist systems
powered and manual chain hoists and ratchet lever hoists
powered and manual winches
slings, including chains, wire rope, webbing and fibre rope
ratchet lashing systems
shackles
jacks and jacking systems
a wide range of below the hook tackle
pallet trucks and stackers

We also offer a comprehensive rigging, testing and inspection service,


including:
lifting machinery and tackle
maintenance
testing
inspection
magnetic particle inspection

All products are backed by full maintenance and servicing arrangements


tailored to your requirements. Work can be carried out in our workshops
or at your own premises to minimise downtime.
We also provide a complete testing and inspection service conforming
with LOLER and PUWER regulations and European Machinery
Directives. This service is carried out in accordance with the Lifting
Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) procedures, including
Magnetic Particle Inspection.

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Lifting Services
Fendercare Marine Lifting Services can supply a wide range of lifting
equipment backed up by full testing, inspection, Magnetic Particle
Inspection (MPI) and maintenance service covering all types of lifting
machines and lifting gear. Our range of after sales services include the
following.
Proof load testing of cranes and structures, using either hard weights, water
weights or dead anchors. All equipment used to carry out these services is
calibrated and certified.
Proof load tests and testing to destruction of wire rope and fabric slings.
These services would be carried out at our works.
Proof load and light load testing of lifting machines and tackle using
hydraulic tensile test rig. These services would be carried out at our works.
Thorough examination of all types of lifting equipment and structures.
Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI) on-site or at our works.
Maintenance, repair and re-certification of most lifting equipment.

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Beam Clamps
The standard screwlock beam clamps are designed to
provide a quick and versatile rigging point for all types
of hoisting equipment, pulley blocks or loads.
These clamps offer a wide, easily adjustable, jaw
capacity which again lends itself to a variety of
applications. The central threaded spindle allows
for easy attachment, safe and secure grip.
Features:
SWL range from 1000kg to 10 tonne
s uitable for beam flange widths from 75mm to 320mm
depending on load capacity

Model
YC1
YC2
YC3
YC5
YC10

WLL kgs
1000
2000
3000
5000
10000

Jaw Capacity mm
75-230
75-230
80-320
90-310
90-320

Weight kgs
3.8
4.6
9.2
11
17

Beam Trolleys
Beam trolleys are available for a variety of applications
and can be either push travel, geared or powered.
The easy installation to any beam makes them
suitable for fixing to any hoists, pulleys and loads
you wish to move.
Features:
most models are adjustable to suit a range of beam flanges
SWL range from 500kg to 20 tonne

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Camlok Lifting Clamps


Camlok offers the widest range of specialist lifting and
handling equipment available in the market. Their
quality, reliability, safety and cost effectiveness is second
to none.
The core product is the range of sheet metal and
steel plate lifting clamps.
Also available are clamps for lifting, turning and
dragging all varieties of steel beams, bars and profiles.

Round stock grab


SWL 100-4000kg

Specialist clamps for handling rail track, pipes and tubes,


oil drums, piles and concrete pipes can be supplied.
Special purpose clamps can be designed and
manufactured to meet your specific needs.
SWL in accordance with requirement.

Screw clamp
SWL 750-500kg

Vertical plate lifting clamp


SWL 50-3000kg

Electric Chain Hoists


A wide range of electric chain hoists are available for
all lifting operations with load capacities ranging from
125kg to 5 tonne.
Power supply range: 400v, 3 phase, 50Hz, 230v single
phase and 110v single phase. Most hoists can be
supplied with low voltage control to conform to the
various industry requirements.
Available with single speed or dual speed hoisting and
speeds to suit different applications.
Spark proofed and protection against ingress of water
or dust also available.
Various suspension methods to suit application include
integral powered trolley, push travel trolley, eye or hook.
Some hoist models come with a radio remote
control option.

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Forklift Attachments
There is a whole range of forklift attachments available
to handle most products used in warehousing,
construction and lift factory industries. If you have an
application where you wish to use a fork truck for non
standard handling just ask and we can advise on the
options available.
Some applications where forklift attachments can
be used:
fork extensions where larger than normal pallets or
stillages are used
adjustable fork mounted crane hooks converts a forklift
truck into a mobile crane
drum handling clamps various types available, such as
automatic type and turning or tilting attachment
self dumping hoppers a mini skip type attachment for
handling products or waste with a tipping facility

SWL is dependant on the load rating of the forklift truck


to be used.

Hand Chain Hoists


A highly versatile and portable chain hoist suitable
where power is not available or for temporary work with
load capacities ranging from 250kg to 10 tonne.
Features:
compact and rugged unit in solid steel construction
this type of hoist comes only with hook suspension
low weight

Options:
models with corrosion and acid resistant bodies and/or
load and hand chain
overload prevention device
some models can be supplied with chain container

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Hydraulic Jacks
Our range of hydraulic jacks and tools are designed
for professional operation. There is a hydraulic jack or
tool for almost every operation where heavy jacking or
moving is involved.
Features:
lift heights from 10mm to 500mm
load capacity 1 tonne to 1,100 tonne
a wide range of electrical and manually operated hydraulic
pump sets to suit each operation
an extensive range of valves, manifolds, couplers, hoses
and calibrated gauges to choose from

Manual Winches
A wide range of manual winches are available fitted
with either wire rope or webbing belt lifting or hauling
lines. This type of winch has a wide range of applications
including raising basket ball nets and chandeliers,
light engineering operations, on boat trailers and
many others.
Features:
SWL: 63kgs to 5 tonne
can be wall, column, base or trailer mounted
finish: Aluminium casting, painted steel, stainless steel
or galvanised

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Pallet Trucks
For the professional transportation of palletised goods
under demanding conditions.
There is a range of pallet trucks for use on lorries in
factories and warehouses and anywhere that palletised
loads are handled.
Features:
various fork lengths and widths are available
can be supplied with paint, galvanised or stainless
steel finish
models with built in weighing scales, high lift facilities and
tilt mechanisms available
powered pallet trucks also available
capacities from 2000kg to 3000kg

Permanent Load Lifting Magnets


Load lifting magnets are ideal tools for easy, quick
and thus economical lift and moving of ferro-magnetic
material. Typical operating areas are machine workshops,
steel fabrication factories and warehouses, etc.
The load is not affected mechanically which allows
lifting of flat, as well as round material.
The magnets are activated/deactivated easily by turning
the locking lever. In the activated condition the hand
lever will be safely locked and thus prevent unintended
demagnetising.
Features:
flat material capacity: 100kg to 1000kg. These are
dependant on the thickness of material
round material capacity: 50kg to 500kg. These are
dependant on material diameter

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Powered Winches
There is a vast range of powered winches available to
suit every application. They can be electrical, pneumatic,
hydraulic or engine powered with load capacities
ranging from 250kg to 100 tonne plus.
Features:
they use chain, wire rope or fibre rope as a pulling member
can be used for pulling or lifting purposes
can be portable, trailer or base mounted
this type of hoist comes only with hook suspension

Ratchet Lever Hoists


Features:
a universal lightweight device suitable for lifting and
pulling operations
SWL: 250kg to 10 tonne
s tandard 1.5m height of lift. Longer lengths available
on request

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Chain Slings and Accessories


We can supply a full range of grade 8 and 10 chain slings
for general lifting purposes to BS EN 818-4: 1997. These
slings are mechanically assembled and can be supplied
in a configuration to suit your use in a short time. Chain
slings are hardwearing and easily stored away. They
come with a wide range of fittings and hooks for all
applications. They can be single, two, three or four leg,
all using a single top ring for securing to the lifting hook
or shackle.
Given below is a Working Load Limit (WLL) table which
will assist you in calculating the type and size of sling
required for your lifting operations. This chart is only
applicable to grade 8 chain slings. Should you require
details about the grade 10 products or have any
questions in relation to other chain sling products, do
not hesitate to call our technical staff for advice.

Grade 8 and Grade 10 Chain Slings

WLL
tonne

Single Leg Sling

2 Leg Sling
0-45
Grade Grade
8
10

2 Leg Sling
45-60
Grade Grade
8
10

3 Leg Sling
0-45
Grade Grade
8
10

3 Leg Sling
45-60
Grade Grade
8
10

4 Leg Sling
0-45
Grade Grade
8
10

4 Leg Sling
45-60
Grade Grade
8
10

Dia.

Grade
8

Grade
10

6mm

1.12

1.5

1.6

2.12

1.12

1.5

2.36

3.15

1.7

2.24

2.36

3.15

1.7

7mm

1.5

2.12

1.5

3.15

2.24

3.15

2.24

8mm

2.5

2.8

3.5

2.5

4.25

5.2

3.7

4.25

5.2

3.7

10mm

3.15

4.25

5.6

3.15

6.7

8.4

4.75

6.7

8.4

4.75

13mm

5.3

6.7

7.5

9.5

5.3

6.7

11.2

14

10

11.2

14

10

16mm

10

11.2

14

10

17

21

11.8

15

17

21

11.8

15

19mm

11.2

16

11.2

23.6

17

23.6

17

20mm

12.5

16

17.5

22.4

12.5

16

26.25

33.6

18.74

24

26.25

33.6

18.75

24

2.24

22mm

15

21.2

15

31.5

22.4

31.5

22.4

26mm

21.2

30

21.2

45

31.5

45

31.5

32mm

31.5

45

31.5

67

47.5

67

47.5

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Polyester Webbing Slings and Roundslings


The range of polyester webbing slings and roundslings
This product is suitable for use in the temperature range
offer a lightweight and flexible alternative to chain and
of -40C to 100C.
wire rope slings. They offer great strength with a 7:1
Advantages:
factor of safety and are easily stored with a wide range
high strength to weight ratio
of slinging methods available. All slings are colour coded
for easy recognition of Working Load Limit (WLL) even
light and flexible
under the most arduous conditions.
ability to absorb shock loads
does not damage delicate and painted surfaces

We offer a full range of webbing slings including flat eye,


becket eye, endless and basket slings. They are available
in WLL range of 1 tonne to 30 tonne and any length
suitable for your application.

flattens under load


twist or kink resistant
unaffected by grease and oils
ideal for choke application

Roundslings can be supplied with WLL range from 1


tonne to 100 tonne with effective working lengths (EWL)
up to 30 metres.

low extension

Webbing Sling

Roundsling

Webbing Slings and Roundslings


Duplex Webbing Slings

WLL tonne

Straight x 1

Polyester Roundslings

Choked x 0.8

Basket x 2

90 Basket
x 1.4

Straight x 1

Choked x 0.8

Basket x 2

90 Basket
x 1.4

Violet

0.8

1.4

0.8

1.4

Green

1.6

2.8

1.6

2.8

Yellow

2.4

4.2

2.4

4.2

Grey

3.2

5.6

3.2

5.6

Red

10

10

Brown

4.8

12

8.4

4.8

12

8.4

Blue

6.4

16

11.2

6.4

16

11.2

Orange

10

20

14

10

20

14

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Wire Rope Products


We can supply many types of wire rope products which
include: galvanised and ungalvanised steel wire ropes,
stainless steel wire ropes, wire rope slings and winch
cables to cover the requirements of all industries.
All our wire rope lifting slings conform to
BS EN 13414-1: 2003 which covers single leg and
multi leg (2, 3 or 4 legged) slings.
An example table is given below that covers the Working
Load Limit (WLL) for slings using steel core or fibre core
rope of classes 6x19 and 6x36 and having ferrule secured
eye terminations. If you require any specific type of
slings or need advice regarding your application call our
technical staff who will offer any guidance to help you.
Wire Rope Slings
Based on 1960 Tensile Grade; 6x19 or 6x36 Constructions and Having Ferrule Secured Eye Terminations

WLL tonne

Single leg sling

2 Leg Sling
0-45
Fibre
Steel
Core
Core

2 Leg Sling
45-60
Fibre
Steel
Core
Core

3 Leg Sling
0-45
Fibre
Steel
Core
Core

3 Leg Sling
45-60
Fibre
Steel
Core
Core

4 Leg Sling
0-45
Fibre
Steel
Core
Core

4 Leg Sling
45-60
Fibre
Steel
Core
core

Fibre
Core

Steel
Core

8mm

0.76

0.82

1.1

0.76

0.82

1.6

1.7

1.1

1.2

1.6

1.7

1.1

1.2

9mm

0.96

1.3

1.4

0.96

2.1

1.4

1.5

2.1

1.4

1.5

Dia.

10mm

1.2

1.3

1.7

1.8

1.2

1.3

2.5

2.7

1.8

1.9

2.5

2.7

1.8

1.9

11mm

1.4

1.5

1.9

2.1

1.4

1.5

2.9

3.1

2.1

2.2

2.9

3.1

2.1

2.2

12mm

1.7

1.8

2.4

2.5

1.7

1.8

3.5

3.8

2.5

2.7

3.5

3.8

2.5

2.7

13mm

2.1

2.8

2.9

2.1

4.2

4.4

3.1

4.2

4.4

3.1

14mm

2.3

2.5

3.2

3.5

2.3

2.5

4.8

5.2

3.5

3.7

4.8

5.2

3.5

3.7

16mm

3.3

4.2

4.6

3.3

6.3

6.9

4.5

4.9

6.3

6.9

4.5

4.9

18mm

3.8

4.1

5.3

5.7

3.8

4.1

8.6

5.7

6.1

8.6

5.7

6.1

20mm

4.7

5.1

6.6

7.1

4.7

5.1

9.8

10.7

7.1

7.6

9.8

10.7

7.1

7.6

22mm

5.7

6.2

8.7

5.7

6.2

11.9

13

8.6

9.3

11.9

13

8.6

9.3

24mm

6.8

7.4

9.5

10.3

6.8

7.4

14.3

15.5

10.2

11.1

14.3

15.5

10.2

11.1
12.9

26mm

8.6

11

12

8.6

16.8

18

12

12.9

16.8

18

12

28mm

9.3

10

13

14

9.3

10

19.5

21

14

15

19.5

21

14

15

32mm

12.1

13.1

16.9

18.3

12.1

13.1

25.4

27.5

18.2

19.6

25.4

27.5

18.2

19.6

36mm

15.4

16.6

21.5

23.2

15.4

16.6

32.3

34.8

23.1

24.9

32.3

34.8

23.1

24.9

40mm

19

20.6

26.6

28.8

19

20.6

39.9

43.2

28.5

30.9

39.9

43.2

28.5

30.9

44mm

23

24.8

32.2

34.7

23

24.8

48.3

52

34.5

37.2

48.3

52

34.5

37.2

48mm

27.4

29.6

38.3

41.4

27.4

29.6

57.5

62.1

41.1

44.4

57.5

62.1

41.1

44.4

52mm

32.2

34.8

45

48.7

32.2

34.8

67.6

73

48.3

52.2

67.6

73

48.3

52.2

56mm

37.4

40.2

52.3

56.2

37.4

40.2

78.5

84.4

56.1

60.3

78.5

84.4

56.1

60.3

60mm

42.8

46.2

59.9

64.6

42.8

46.2

89.8

97

64.2

69.3

89.8

97

64.2

69.3

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Spreader Beams
There is an extensive range of operations where
spreader beams are used. Spreader beams are the
practical and safe choice for either long material to
prevent sagging and shifting, or for loads where the
weight has to be carefully distributed or suspended
from several points. They can take many forms but
are generally straight multipoint, cruciform or H shaped.
SWL: Can be supplied to handle whatever load
capacity is required.

Wire Rope Lifting and Pulling Machines


The wire rope lifting and pulling machine is one of
the most versatile and multipurpose lifting machines
available. They are widely used in most industries
where lifting and moving operations are carried out,
such as marine industry, heavy removals, construction
and civil engineering, tree works and vehicle recovery.
Models: 800kg, 1600kg and 3200kg SWL for lifting.
Features:
low weight-quick installation
no limitation in terms of wire rope length
easy to use, lightweight, robust, powerful,
increased wear-resistance
increase load capacity with sheave blocks
overload protection
precise load positioning within millimetres

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Workshop Cranes
The workshop crane proves itself most useful for a great
number of applications in the workshop environment.
In-house transport of machines, loading and unloading
of vehicles. Installing and removing motors in vehicles
can be handled safely and easily.
Features:
foldaway for space saving
three position adjustable boom
load capacity: 500kg and 1000kg

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Load Cells
Available for purchase or hire, our compression load
cell range set new standards for all challenging and
hazardous environments. Manufactured from high
strength stainless steel and aluminium, they are fully
customisable. Capacities range from 10kgs to 3000
tonnes.
Features:
Wide range of load ratings
Environmentally sealed to a minimum of IP67
Stainless steel welded construction
Simple apparatus for hazardous area use
Sub-sea and extreme temperature variants available
Easy to install and use
Field proven technology

Benefits:
Robust, with long design life
Highly accurate readings
Adaptable to suit specific applications
Fast installation and set-up
Cost effective solution

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Type 9500 Compression


Load Cell
These general purpose load cells range from 50
to 100 tonnes. Competitively priced with very
short lead times, they are ideal for a wide range of
weighing applications. Many items are held in stock,
so are often available for immediate dispatch.

Swivel Top Dia

Loading Dia

Optional Swivel Top

Height

Cable entry, 10 m 7 mm D
to mil spec connector

Mil spec 6 Pin


Flange connector

Diameter

Full Load
(tonne)
50
100
200
300
500
1000

Base Dia

Load Cell
Height
110
150
180
180
300
425

Load Cell
Diameter
76
100
127
150
203
290

Optional Loading Base

Loading
Diameter
60
80
110
130
170
250

Swivel Top
Diameter
65
100
127
150
203
290

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Type 2800, 3356 & 3357


Compression Load Cells
A versatile range of low profile load cells with
capacities ranging from 100kgs to 100 tonnes. The
low profile form of the load cell provides stability
and resistance to side loads. It also enables a set of
fixing holes to be provided to attach the load cell to a
surface base plate.
A

Notes
1. 6 Off Fixing Holes 6.5 Dia, CBore 10.5 Dia x 6.5 Deep,
Equi-spaced on 98.0 PCD
2. 6 Off Fixing Holes 12.5 Dia, CBore 18.5 Dia x 12.5 Deep,
Equi-spaced on 122.0 PCD
3. 6 Off Fixing Holes 16.5 Dia, CBore 25.0 Dia x 16.5 Deep,
Equi-spaced on 146.0 PCD
Hole details H

Type No.
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
3356
3356
3356
3356
3356
3357
3357
3357
3357
3357
3357
3357

Ratings
(kg)
100
200
500
1000
2000
3000
5000
7000
10000
20000
10000
20000
30000
40000
50000
40000
50000
60000
70000
80000
90000
100000

112
112
112
112
112
112
112
112
112
112
150
150
150
150
150
184
184
184
184
184
184
184

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
35
35
35
45
45
45
45
45
53
53
53
53
53
53
53

11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60
70
70
70
70
70
70
70

Hole Detail
H
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 1
See note 2
See note 2
See note 2
See note 2
See note 2
See note 3
See note 3
See note 3
See note 3
See note 3
See note 3
See note 3

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Type 7510 Compression


Load Cells
High load capacity load cells from 100 to 1000 tonnes
Performance is assisted by the shaped loading cap,
which accommodates slight misalignment to ensure a
predictable constant loading pattern into the load cell.

B
A
B

C
D

Full Load
(tonne)
100
200
300
500
700
1000

A
(mm)
170
215
240
320
350
400

B
(mm)
127
163
179
248
281
315

C
(mm)
100
126
151
216
216
272

D
(mm)
184
210
244
320
320
380

E
(mm)
86
112
136
196
196
246

Weight
(kg)
8.5
18
28
75
86
150

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Load Shackles
A simple and practical method of obtaining tensile load.
Capacities range from 2 tonnes to over 2000 tonnes.
They can be customised to suit individual requirements,
and as with our load cell range, sub-sea, extreme
temperature, hazardous area and telemetry options are
available. Available for sale and hire.
Features:
Wide range of load ratings
Environmentally sealed to a minimum of IP66
Special load bobbin design
Sub-sea, hazardous area and extreme temperature
variants available
Easy to install and use
Bespoke solutions available
Up the hole gauging options for improved accuracy and
reliability
Various data logging solutions including automatically
generated loading reports via a laptop
New integral aerial design to avoid accidental damage
No interference when using multiple wireless shackles
together

Benefits:
Extremely robust and reliable for long-term operation
Highly accurate readings
Ideal for reduced height load monitoring
Adaptable for suite specific applications
Time savings on installation and set-up
Cost effective solution

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200 SC Cabled Load Shackles


These standard load shackles are available for immediate
sale or hire and offer exceptional quality and reliability
at very competitive prices. They are supplied with a full
certificate of calibration.

D
A

F
B

A
Full Load
(tonne)
25
35
55
85
110
120
140
150
175
200
250
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000

E
A
(mm)
45
50
65
75
80
89
90
102
102
120
125
135
165
175
195
205
210
220
230

A
B
(mm)
50
57
70
80
82
95
95
108
108
125
140
150
175
185
205
300
220
230
240

C
(mm)
178
178
254
330
330
381
381
400
400
500
540
600
650
700
700
700
700
700
700

We can offer larger shackles. Please contact for details.

D
(mm)
126
126
185
190
200
238
238
275
250
290
305
305
325
350
375
400
400
420
420

E
(mm)
74
83
105
127
127
150
133
170
140
180
200
200
225
250
275
300
300
320
340

Weight
(kg)
15
21
41
63
70
110
105
160
150
235
285
340
560
685
880
980
1100
1280
1460

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2000 ST Telemetry Load Shackles


As with the cable load shackle range, our telemetry
shackles also offer proven reliability at affordable prices.
They are ideal for situations where the use of traditional
cable shackles would limit distance or movement, or
where for safety reasons, a greater distance is needed
between the load and the operator. Many items are held
in stock for immediate delivery.

D
A

F
B

A
Full Load
(tonne)
25
35
55
85
110
120
140
150
175
200
250
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000

E
A
(mm)
45
50
65
75
80
89
90
102
102
120
125
135
165
175
195
205
210
220
230

A
B
(mm)
50
57
70
80
82
95
95
108
108
125
140
150
175
185
205
300
220
230
240

C
(mm)
178
178
254
330
330
381
381
400
400
500
540
600
650
700
700
700
700
700
700

We can offer larger shackles. Please contact for details.

D
(mm)
126
126
185
190
200
238
238
275
250
290
305
305
325
350
375
400
400
420
420

E
(mm)
74
83
105
127
127
150
133
170
140
180
200
200
225
250
275
300
300
320
340

Weight
(kg)
15
21
41
63
70
110
105
160
150
235
285
340
560
685
880
980
1100
1280
1460

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Load Links
When measuring tensile load, load links offer unrivalled
accuracy. Capacities range from 2 tonnes to 400 tonnes
and can be customised to suit individual requirements.
Light weight, with good linearization, they are both
reliable and cost effective. Available for sale and hire.
Features:
Manufactured from lightweight aluminium
Environmentally sealed to a minimum of IP66
High safety factor
Choice of displays
Data collection via logging package
Easy to install

Benefits:
Provide highly accurate tensile load readings
Long-term, reliable operation
Fast delivery times, often from stock
Cost effective solution

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Cabled Load Link


Ideally suited to harsh marine and offshore
environments where accuracy, reliability and
environmental sealing are at a premium.

D
B

Full Load
(tonne)
2
5
10
12.5
20
25
35
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400

A
(mm)
80
85
92
130
130
136
138
170
180
188
248
292
340
405
405

B
(mm)
23.5
32.5
44
44
70
70
65
88
98
100
130
174
190
202.5
202.5

C
(mm)
168
150
204
256
240
290
310
304
304
404
420
412
440
595
595

D
(mm)
17
27
42
40
55
55
62
75
85
100
120
130
145
160
180

E
(mm)
18
32
48
50
49
61
70
85
100
120
130
150
150
150
150

Weight
(kg)
3
3
4
4.5
6
6.5
11
16
17
28
36
70
100
148
148

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Visilink Load Link


The Visilink load link has a high resolution built in
display, which eliminates the need for a hand-held
display unit, making it an economical alternative to a
telemetry based system.

D
B

Full Load
(tonne)
5
12.5
25
35
50
75
100

A
(mm)
130
130
136
138
170
180
188

B
(mm)
32.5
44
70
65
88
98
100

C
(mm)
243
256
290
310
304
304
404

D
(mm)
27
40
55
62
75
85
100

E
(mm)
32
50
61
70
85
100
120

Weight
(kg)
3
4.5
6.5
11
16
17
28

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Telemetry Load Link


These load links offer increased safety and
manoeuvrability. The problems associated
with long lengths of trailing cable which
become easily snagged and are prone to
damage are eliminated, making them far
more convenient to use.

D
B

Full Load
(tonne)
5
12.5
25
35
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400

A
(mm)
130
130
136
138
170
180
188
248
292
340
405
405

B
(mm)
32.5
44
70
65
88
98
100
130
174
190
202.5
202.5

C
(mm)
243
256
290
310
304
304
404
420
412
440
595
595

D
(mm)
27
40
55
62
75
85
100
120
130
145
160
180

E
(mm)
32
50
61
70
85
100
120
130
150
150
150
200

Weight
(kg)
3
4.4
6.5
11
16
17
28
36
70
100
148
148

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Load Pins
The simplest and most reliable method of measuring load. Load
pins are easily incorporated into the load path by replacing an
existing load bearing pin. Capacities start at 2kgs to over 2000
tonnes. Bespoke, sub-sea and hazardous area load pins can be
supplied.
Features:
Stainless steel construction
Long design life
Sealed to IP67
Suitable for use in zone 1 & 2 hazardous areas
Special application options
Welded 'up the hole' gauging
Accurate amplifiers

Benefits:
Simple to install new or retrofitted
Bespoke solutions that meet the very specific customer requirements
Long-term, reliable operation

Typical Suitable Connector


Typical Cable Entry

Typical minimum diameter for a range of load ratings are:


Load (tonne)
Diameter (mm)

5
28

10
35

20
48

50
70

100
96

200
130

500
200

1000
290

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Line Monitors
Light weight, high accuracy line monitors that measure
the tension in wire rope to ensure that mooring/winch
tension remains within the safe working load. They are
ideal for situations where a fixed means of measuring is
impractical, and can be carried easily from application
to application. Static and running line versions are
available for sale and hire.
Features:
Aluminium or stainless steel construction
Safe area and hazardous area models available
Easy to use and set up
Accurate readings throughout range of measurement
Designed to suit wire rope sizes and load

Benefits:
Highly accurate
Simple to install
Can be used at multiple sites
Improved safety
Flexibility of use
Reliable, tried and tested product
Cost effective solution

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Static Line Tension Monitor


Lightweight, high accuracy and low maintenance
units with a wide range of rope sizes (7/8" to 2"
diameter). Fully compliant with ATEX standards for
use in hazardous areas. Measures line tension up to
50 tonnes.

240

320

121

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Running Line Monitor


High accuracy, corrosion free running line monitor that measures
tension, speed and distance. Individual units are designed to
suit wire rope sizes and load, and to optimise accuracy and
repeatability, a 5 roller system of operation is applied. Suitable for
use in hazardous areas and rated up to 100 tonnes.

Rope
Diameter
10
13
16
19
22
26
28
32
36
38
45
52
65
81
100

A
(mm)
730
720
720
720
810
810
810
963
963
963
1250
1250
1880
1880
2500

B
(mm)
180
225
225
225
270
270
270
297
297
297
425
425
640
640
850

C
(mm)
100
180
180
180
186
186
186
188
188
188
170
170
255
340
340

Weight
(kg)
14
21.5
21.5
21.5
37
37
37
56
56
56
120
120
200
350
350

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Surface Preparation
Made to Order
Sale and hire

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An environmentally
friendly and cost
effective alternative
to dry blasting and
pressure washing

Surface Preparation
Meeting todays needs for surface coating removal
and preparation
Blastgreen wet blast machines can remove almost any substance from
any surface without the use of chemicals or toxic abrasives. Using a
combination of water and pure natural abrasives, delivered at pressures
as low as 2.5 bar, Blastgreen machines are ideal for a wide variety of
applications, giving total flexibility for cleaning of almost any surface.

Environmentally Friendly
Our green credentials stem not only from our recommending naturally
occurring, environmentally safe and silica-free blast media, Olivine
and 'Garnet' ; but also from our machines ability to greatly reduce dust,
destructive rebounding and the problematic and costly matter of waste
disposal.
Improving efficiency, reducing waste and limiting required resources also
dictates how green a product is. The reduced volumes of abrasive used in
our machines yield savings in material handling, transport, clean up and
disposal. One cannot overstate the value of dust containment when it
comes to protecting equipment, personnel and the environment. Using
our low pressure wet blasting machines will greatly reduce the harmful and
destructive effects caused by more conventional blasting.
We currently have machines working in:

The materials our machines are being used to clean include:

offshore

glass reinforced plastic (GRP)

ship cleaning and anti-foul removal

stainless steel

white line removal

other metals

building restoration

concrete

engineering

brick

surface preparation

all types of stone

industrial cleaning

wood

graffiti removal
underwater environments

Our range of equipment has been designed to suit a wide variety of industries and applications and are available for
contract hire or purchase from stock. All machines have a 12 month manufacturers warranty on parts and labour
and are provided with comprehensive operations and maintenance manuals. All machines and equipment comply
with HSE Risk Assessments.
Blastgreen Media Applications
Media
Application
Suitable for delicate jobs such as furniture, soft masonry (brick, limestone), soft woods (pine, larch etc), and
Fine Olivine AFS 120
aluminium
The formula most frequently used for anti-foul removal, masonry renovation (hard bricks, concrete etc), and
Standard Olivine AFS 80
hard woods (oak, mahogany etc), guano and urban grime
A coarse formula used for paint removal where many layers are present eg. anti-foul, graffiti, road markings,
Coarse Olivine AFS 50
chewing gum etc
Suitable for removal of the most persistent problems. A fine finish will not be achieved, therefore suitable for use
Supa-Coarse AFS 30
on surfaces to be recoated (provides an excellent key)
Suitable for removal of severe corrosion (eg. flakiness) from steel, tanks, ships where a medium profile is
Garnet 0.35-0.850mm
required, mill scale, stainless steel, road markings and concrete cleaning
Copper Slag Medium Rapid cleaning of steel work to Sa 2.5 and Sa 3 with a medium profile to suit the majority of industrial coatings.
0.2-1.7mm
Suitable for ship hulls, tanks, storage vessels, bridges and steel fabrications
All blast media can be supplied in 25kg bags or in bulk bags

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Made to Order

Bg60s
The Bg60s has been designed to fit in the back of a
pick-up truck or van. This machine requires a separate air
compressor (min. 70 cfm) and water supply. The Bg60s
units offer great value and a high degree of blasting
flexibility to any business. This machine is capable of
operating with between 20 and 100 metres of blast hose
depending on the compressor.
Fully hot-dip galvanised steel skid unit
60 litre blast pot
Stainless steel control box
WIWA water pump and lubrication unit
75 litre tough polyethylene buffer water tank
Stainless steel hose reel
20 metres of 19mm ID blast hose with pneumatic lines
Deadman's handle and 7.5mm blast nozzle

Bg60s Technical
Chassis
Blast pot capacity
Control box
Water tank capacity
Dimensions
Dry weight
Operating weight
Hose reel
Blast hose
Rigid blast nozzle extension

Custom built, fully galvanised


60L
Stainless steel
1 x 75L tough polyethylene storage tank
W1000mm* x H1000mm* x L1280mm*
150kg
250kg
Stainless steel (standard)
20m x 19mm ID blast hose (standard)
600mm (extra)

* Sizes may vary depending on vehicle requirements.

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Bg60c
The Blastgreen Bg60c trailer unit is a fully self-contained
machine, incorporating an integral three cylinder Kaeser
M20 70 cfm diesel compressor and two lightweight 125
litre tough polyethylene water storage tanks, allowing
5-6 hours of operation without requiring additional
water. The chassis is fully galvanised and the compact
design allows for maximum on-site manoeuvrability,
allowing access to most areas. The Bg60c is capable of
operating with up to 60 metres of blast hose and offers a
high degree of flexibility to any business.
Twin axle
Bradley hitch
Galvanised road trailer
Kaeser M20 air compressor
60 litre blast pot
Stainless steel control box
WIWA water pump and lubrication unit
2 x 125 litre water tanks
Stainless steel hose reel
20 metres of 19mm ID blast hose with pneumatic lines
Deadman's handle and 7.5mm blast nozzle

Bg60c Technical
Chassis
Blast pot capacity
Control box
Compressor
Water tank capacity
Dimensions
Dry weight
Operating weight
Hose reel
Blast hose
Rigid blast nozzle extension

Twin axle, fully galvanised, fully braked trailer


60L
Stainless steel
KaeserM20 70cfm,dieselpowered
2x125Ltoughpolyethylenetanks
W1500mmxH1200mmxL3300mm
970kg
1220kg
Stainless steel (standard)
20m x 19mm ID blast hose (standard)
600mm (extra)

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Bg100s
The Blastgreen Bg100s (Skid) has been designed to fit
in the back of a pick-up truck or van. The machine
requires a separate air compressor (min. 185 cfm) and
water supply. The Bg100s units offer great value and
a high degree of blasting flexibility to any business.
This machine is capable of operating with between
20 and 100 metres of blast hose depending on the
compressor size.
Fully hot-dip galvanised steel skid unit
100 litre blast pot
Stainless steel control box
WIWA water pump and lubrication unit
75 litre tough polyethylene buffer water tank
Stainless steel hose reel
20 metres of 32mm ID blast hose with pneumatic lines
Deadman's handle and 9.5mm blast nozzle

Bg100s Technical
Chassis
Blast pot capacity
Control box
Water tank capacity
Dimensions
Dry weight
Operating weight
Hose reel
Blast hose
Blast nozzle

Custom built, fully galvanised


100L
Stainless steel
1 x 75L tough polyethylene storage tank
W1000mm* x H1000mm* x L1280mm*
200kg
300kg
Stainless steel (standard)
20m x 32mm ID blast hose (standard)
9.5mm

* Sizes may vary depending on vehicle requirements.

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Bg100c
The Blastgreen Bg100c trailer unit is a completely
self-contained blasting machine, incorporating the
ultra-reliable, compact and versatile Kaeser M57 Utility
diesel air compressor with 100 litre blast pot and twin
lightweight 250 litre tough polyethylene water storage
tanks. This allows operations between 6-7 hours without
requiring additional water.
Twin axle
Bradley hitch
Galvanised road trailer
Kaeser M57 Utility compressor
100 litre blast pot
Stainless steel control box
WIWA water pump and lubrication unit
2 x 250 litre water tanks
Stainless steel hose reel
20 metres of 32mm ID blast hose with pneumatic lines
Deadman's handle and 9.5mm blast nozzle

Bg100c Technical
Chassis
Blast pot capacity
Control box
Compressor
Water tank capacity
Dimensions
Dry weight
Operating weight
Hose reel
Blast hose
Blast nozzle
Rigid blast nozzle extension

Twin axle, fully galvanised, fully braked trailer


100L
Stainless steel
Kaeser M57 Utility 183 cfm, diesel powered
2 x 250L tough polyethylene tanks
W1650mm x H1720mm x L4150mm
1890kg
2240kg
Stainless Steel (standard)
20m x 32mm ID blast hose with integrated Deadman's handle (standard)
9.5mm
600mm (extra)

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Bg100cpc
The Bg100cpc unit has been specifically designed for
powerful wet blast cleaning and maximum portability.
The compact, powder coated, steel cage frame design
allows the Bg100cpc to be manoeuvred to almost any
required location and the unique, simple to operate,
stainless steel control box offers variable pressure
controls, blasting, wash down and air-blast features
all as standard.
Originally designed to withstand the rigours of the
offshore industry, all components on the Bg100cpc
unit are tough and corrosion resistant.
Powder coated steel cage frame
100 litre blast pot
Stainless steel control box
WIWA water pump and lubrication unit
200 litre tough polyethylene buffer water tank
Stainless steel hose reel
20 metres of 32mm ID blast hose with pneumatic lines
Deadman's handle and 9.5mm blast nozzle

This product is made to order and not available for hire.


Bg100cpc Technical
Cage
Blast pot capacity
Control box
Buffer tank capacity
Dimensions
Dry weight
Air capacity
Pot media capacity
Hose length
Blast nozzle
Available accessories

Powder coated
100L
Stainless steel
200L
W870mm x H1384mm L1556mm
400kg
185-250 cfm
150kg (approx 6 x 25kg bags blast media)
20m x 32mm ID blast hose with integrated Deadman's handle (standard)
9.5mm
Hose extension, blast lance

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Bg200cpc
The Bg200cpc unit has been specifically designed
for maximum portability and for powerful wet blast
cleaning. The compact, powder coated steel cage
frame design allows the Bg200cpc to be manoeuvred
to almost any required location and the unique, simple
to operate stainless steel control box offers variable
pressure controls, blasting, wash down and air-blast
features all as standard. This machine generally utilises
on-site water and compressed air with no need for
chemicals, offering an environmentally safe and efficient
blasting solution. Originally designed to withstand the
rigours of the offshore industry, all components on
the Bg200cpc unit are tough and corrosion-resistant,
allowing it to withstand environmental challenges.
200 litre blast pot
Stainless steel control box
WIWA water pump and lubrication unit
Fully hot-dip galvanised cage unit
400 litre buffer tank (Variable)
20 metres of 32mm ID blast hose with pneumatic lines
Deadman's handle and 11mm blast nozzle

This product is made to order and not available for hire.


Bg200cpc Technical
Cage
Blast pot capacity
Control box
Buffer tank capacity
Dimensions
Dry weight
Air capacity
Pot media capacity
Hose length
Blast nozzle
Available accessories

Powder coated
200L
Stainless steel
400L variable
W870mm x H1384mm x L1556mm
500kg
270-440 cfm hose and nozzle
300kg (approx 12 x 25kg bags blast media)
20m x 32mm bore blast hose with integrated Deadman's handle (standard)
11mm
Hose extension, blast lance

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Bg200ocu Offshore Containerised Unit


The Blastgreen Bg200ocu is tough, efficient, simple
to operate and built to the requirements of Zone 1,
ATEX whilst providing unrivalled precision and surface
preparation to SA2.5.
The offshore containerised unit has been specifically
designed to withstand the worst rigours of the offshore
industry, providing self-contained wet blasting for
maintenance work on structures and vessels, above
or below the water.
Designed to use the rig or ships own air and water
supply, this unit can be delivered with up to 3000kg
of blast media already loaded within the container.
A cleverly designed airlift system feeds the blast media
directly into the blast pot, further reducing any handling
or operator issues.

This product is made to order and not available for hire.


Bg200ocu Technical
Container
Paint
Gross weight
TARE weight
SWL
Blast pot capacity
Pot media capacity
Control box
Blast hoses
Blast nozzle
Air supply
Water supply
Operating pressure
Special features
Accessories

10ft x 8ft BSEN 12079 DNV 2.7.1 Offshore Container


Offshore paint specification
9000kg
2500kg
6500kg
200L
300kg
Stainless steel (external access)
1 x 20m 32mm blast hose and 2 x 20m extension hoses (standard)
TC LV 9.5 or 11mm recommended
189 400cfm (5.4 11.4 M 3/h)
3-5l/m at min 4bar fresh water
4 8 bar
Blast media venturi airlift, single lockable personnel door, double access doors for media, storage
facility, single twin light fitting
Blast lance, service pack

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Closed Loop Wash Down Unit


This bespoke-built wash down unit recycles water from
jet wash cleaning operations, significantly reducing
water consumption and the environmental impact
caused by heavy metals in anti-foul paints and other
such pollutants, including hydrocarbons.
Specially built. Further details available upon request

This product is made to order and not available for hire.

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Fuels Infrastructure
Services
Hoses

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Services

Providing support in many


of the worlds oil and gas
producing regions

Fuels Infrastructure

Services

Fendercare Marine provides a range of specialist services and products to


assist in the construction, maintenance and safe operation of pipelines and
associated facilities.
With a worldwide network of bases, we are ideally placed to supply equipment
and provide support in many of the worlds oil and gas producing regions.

Index of Services
Bund Linings
We provide cost effective solutions for the lining of bunds. This service
is project specific with the type of linings and detail of each solution
depending upon the requirement.

Fuel delivery systems


We design and manufacture bespoke fuel handling systems for use in remote
locations. Our systems reduce fuel transfer time, reduce maintenance time
and cost and almost eliminate the chances of a fuel spillage.

Inspection
We offer a comprehensive range of non-destructive testing and inspection
services.
Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI)
Penetrant Testing (PT)
Ultrasonic Testing (UT)
Radiographic Testing (RT)
Visual Testing (VT)

Marine Pollution Equipment


We supply specialist equipment for tackling marine pollution. We also
provide maintenance packages for Mar-Pol equipment such as Desmi
Ro-clean boom and skimmer systems.

Pipeline Coatings
We provide a range of coatings to protect external pipeline surfaces
from corrosion.

Pipeline Pigging
Utility pigs are available to allow operators to carry out the following
operations:
separation and batching
gauging
product removal
debris removal
general cleaning
wax removal
ferrous debris removal
product separation
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Fuels Infrastructure

Services
Pipeline Valve, Pumping, Metering and
Filtrations Systems
Experienced field personnel and project management are supplied for the
maintenance and refurbishment of pipelines, including new build projects
and modifications.

Pressure Testing
We offer a range of pressure testing services on tank and storage
installations, overland and subsea fuel lines. We also carry out visual,
pressure and vacuum testing of floating hose strings.

SPM Maintenance and Overhaul


We offer a specialist maintenance service on SPM fuel systems, seal
replacement, internal and external coatings, hoses, valves and subsea
inspections with divers and ROVs. We also offer pressure testing and
MPDU refurbishment.

Tank Cleaning
We carry out tank cleaning prior to testing or lining or for general
maintenance.

Tank Inspection
We manage an extensive programme of tank inspections for many
clients, either on a routine basis or following repairs or failures. We use
non-destructive test methods along with vacuum box testing.

Tank Repairs
Fendercare Marine can carry out projects for the repair and return to
service of tanks needing repairs to their structure.

Tank Linings and Coatings


Our linings and coatings can be tailored to the specific requirements of
the customer. Our trained application teams work to the highest
industry standards.

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Fuels Infrastructure

Hoses

Fendercare is not only a distributor of Yokohama and Dantec hoses, but also
an operator of them via our Ship-to-Ship transfer division. Put simply, these
are the brands we trust with our own reputation.

Yokohama Seaflex Ship-to-Ship Hoses


Yokohama is justifiably world famous as a leading
manufacturer of pneumatic fenders and marine hoses.
Yokohama Seaflex Ship-to-Ship (STS) Hose is specially
designed and widely used for offshore STS transfer
operations, with an enviable reputation for reliability
and longevity of service in the harshest operating
conditions.
The outstanding characteristics of the Seaflex STS Hose
include:
Heavy duty design - a high safety factor gives a burst
resilience of more than five times the operating pressure
Helix wire free construction - unlike hoses incorporating
helix wire, Yokohama Seaflex STS Hoses suffer no
permanent deformation when kinked and recover their
shape even after slight vacuum during operation
Electrically semi continuous - resolving problems of static
charge build up and dispersal

Dantec Composite Hoses


Dantec Ltd are at the forefront of the composite hose
field and can supply hoses to fulfil all liquid product
transfer operations.
From 1 to 10 bore, these advanced robust hoses can
be custom made to your specifications, considering
all usage criteria and the immediate environment.
Taking account of safety, ease of handling, reliability
and longevity, a Dantec hose will cover all your
requirements. Hoses can even be colour co-ordinated
to match your existing system.
All Dantec hoses meet national and international
standards including BSEN13765 or BSEN13766, IMO,
IBC and IGC codes.
Hoses include:
Danoil range for petrocarbons/biofuels
Danchem range for general chemical use
Danflon range suitable for aggressive chemicals
Cryo range for LPG/Ammonia
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Marine Engineering
Services

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We offer the most


comprehensive
range of professional,
high quality marine
consultancy services
in Australasia

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Marine Engineering

Services

Consultancy, Design and Naval


Architecture
Fendercare Marine can offer a range of consultancy
services via its Australian based sister company
Maritime Engineers Pty Ltd. Since its beginning,
Maritime Engineers have built up a highly qualified and
professional staff of marine engineers and ship surveyors
to service a diverse range of marine engineering,
consultative and survey activities supporting the
shipping, offshore oil and gas, marine insurance and the
dredging industries.
Services include:
Ship surveying
Ship vetting
Vessel audits
Loss adjusting
Naval architecture
Mooring design
Marine warranty
Defence work
Risk analysis

Software available to deliver these services include:


Autocad 3D drafting and design
Full Maxsurf suite of ship stability and ship motion
programs including Seakeeper, Multiframe and Hydromax
Finite element analysis
OrcaFlex - dynamic analysis of offshore marine systems
WAMIT wave diffraction with offshore structures and other
vessels

Maritime Engineers is the first marine survey company


in Australia to be accredited with the ISO 9001 Quality
Management Certification.
Maritime Engineers P/L also has an office in Singapore
trading as Maritime Engineers (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd.

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UK (Head Office)
Fendercare Marine
Enterprise House
Harveys Lane
Seething
Norfolk NR15 1EN

Middle East
Fendercare Middle East
PO Box 25896
Sharjah
United Arab Emirates

Australia
Fendercare Australia
Mews Road
Fremantle Fishing Harbour
PO Box 108 Fremantle
Western Australia 6959

T +44 1508 482691 (24hrs)


F +44 1508 482710
E sales@fendercare.com

T +971 6 5311433
F +971 6 5311022
E fc-me@fendercare.com

T +61 8 9431 6000


F +61 8 9430 7398
E fc-australia@fendercare.com

Asia
Fendercare Marine Products
(Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd
6 Pioneer Place
Singapore
627705
Republic of Singapore

Asia
Fendercare Marine Omega
(India) PVT LTD
504- 507 Ansal Tower
38 Nehru Place
New Delhi 110019
India

Asia
Fendercare China
No 2 Building
Haicheng Industrial Park
No 2 Haicheng Road
Yanjiang Development Area
Changshu P R China

T +65 62729167
F +65 62729168
E fcm-ap@fendercare.com

T +91 11 2623 2605


F +91 11 2623 0805
E india@fendercare.com

T +86 512 5229 6859


E fc-china@fendercare.com

Africa
James Fisher Fendercare Angola
Rua Damio de Gois n 67
Alvalade
Luanda
Angola

Africa
Fendercare Nigeria
41 Creek Road
Apapa
Lagos State
Nigeria

South America
Fendercare Brasil
Rua 01 s/n Lt 113 Qd 01
Rio das Ostras
RJ Cep 28.890-000
Brasil

T +244 222 321 285


E angola@fendercare.com

T +234 1881 9946


E fcn@fendercare.com

T +55 22 2006 0630


F +55 22 2764 8050
E sales@fendercare.com.br

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STS locations
Regional offices and stock bases
WAF STS operations zone

A member of James Fisher & Sons plc

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