Pneumatic Fenders - Handling, Storage, Installation and Maintenance Manual - 40 Pages

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Pneumatic Fenders - Handling, Storage, Installation and Maintenance Manual

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TRELLEBORG MARINE SYSTEMS />HANDLING, STORAGE, iNSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL '1

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The Smarter Approach The smarter approach for a more efficient port Transferring know-how for smarter LNG Connect with The Smarter Approach By Trelleborg Marine Systems Visit: Discover: TrelleborgMarine Converse: @MarineInsights Explore: Materials best practice for a smarter port The demanding nature of commercial ports and terminals means you need partnership that provides much more than technically superior products and technologies. You need to work with a partner that combines best practice expertise gained through worldwide experience with a deep understanding of local requirements and...

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Pneumatic Rubber Fender Handling, Storage, Installation and Maintenance Manual Trelleborg bollard type your is a world leader Whatever Marine Systems application in the design and manufacture of advanced requires, Trelleborg has a range of seven marine fender systems. to suit you. high-performance styles We provide bespoke solutions for large and complex Trelleborg bollards are precision engineered and projects all over a world. Best practice design manufactured inthevariety of metals including and quality materials ensure a iron low cast steel to premium grade SG ductilelong, and...

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A smarter approach to... CONSULTATiON Consultation from the earliest project phase to ensure the optimum fender, mooring, navigation and transfer solutions are specified, with full technical support from CONCEPTS conceptual design in your local office - with full knowledge of local standards and regulations, delivered in your language - for optimized port and vessel solutions. DESiGN Concepts are taken to our Engineering Center’s of Excellence where our team generates 3D CAD designs, application-engineering drawings, a bill of materials, MANUFACTURE Our entire product range is manufactured...

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TESTING Across our entire product range, stringent testing comes as standard at every step in our in-house manufacturing process. We ensure that life-cycle and performance of our entire product range meets your specifications, and more. i-i-1 INSTALLATION Dedicated project management, from solution design right the way through to on site installation support. we design products and solutions that always consider ease of installation and future maintenance requirements. i-i-1 SUPPORT Local support on a truly global scale, with customer support teams all over the world. And this service...

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Pneumatic Rubber Fenders Features Easy and fast to deploy Trelleborg’s Pneumatic Rubber Fenders are ideal for permanent and semi-permanent fender solutions for ports as well as ship-to-ship transfers. These fenders require minimal maintenance which keeps their operational costs down. Very low reaction and full hull pressure Suitable for small and large tidal ranges Maintain high clearances between hull and structures Applications Oil and gas tankers Fast ferries and aluminium vessels Temporary and permanent installations Rapid response and emergencies Ship-to-ship operations

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Types of Fenders The two most common types of pneumatic fenders that are compliant with the international standard ISO 17357-1:2014 are type I – chain-tire-net (CTN) type fenders and type II – sling type fenders. The type of fender to be used depends on its application, usage and the requirements of the facility. Type I: CHAIN-TIRE-NET (CTN) Type CTN is a lattice of tires connected by a network of longitudinal and lateral chains for extra protection to the fender body. Trelleborg’s Type 1 fenders use galvanized chains for greater corrosion resistance. Rubber sleeves are inserted over the...

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2.1 Unloading Extreme care must be taken to ensure that unloading is being carried out under close supervision of a competent personnel. Follow the below instructions to unload Trelleborg’s pneumatic fenders: 1 Remove the cross beams from the top of the container. From an open-top container 2 Connect lifting slings to the shackles/links that indicate ‘lifting points’ and gently lift the fender up with the help of a crane. 3 Move the pneumatic fender out of the container through the door and be careful not to get hooked by surrounding catch points. 4 Place the fender on a large flat area...

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2.2 Unpacking Unpack the fenders and inflate them within the first week of receiving it. Do not store the fenders in a deflated condition for an extended period as this will greatly reduce their service life. Sling Type Follow the below instructions to unpack Trelleborg’s pneumatic fenders: 1 The fender should be placed in an area large enough to accommodate it when fully inflated. Areas strewn with debris or near hot metal work area must be strictly avoided to prevent damage to the skin of the fender. Cut and remove the ropes or bands that are wrapped around the fender. Take extra care not...

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2.3 Inflation Inflation of small AND medium size fenders up to diameter 2m Air valve Valve Plastic Rotary core cap nut Pressure gauge Ball Ball valve-A valve-B Strictly follow the below instructions to inflate Trelleborg’s pneumatic fenders. Over inflating is extremely dangerous. 1 Remove the plastic cap (c) and valve core (b) from the air valve (a) at the flange opening and connect the rotary nut (d) on the air hose to the air valve of the fender. Connect the joint (h) to the air compressor. Make sure that the ball valve-A (f) and ball valve-B (g) are kept closed before connecting joint...

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2.3 Inflation INFLATION OF LARGE SIZE FENDERS WITH DIAMETER OF ABOVE 2M Pressure gauge Pressure checking hose Ball valve Strictly follow the below instructions to inflate Trelleborg’s pneumatic fenders. Over inflating is extremely dangerous. 1 Connect the air hose to an air compressor with the joint (e). Turn on the air compressor and open the valve (d) to release the air from the compressor to fill the fender. The pressure of the air compression should be set between 4 to 7 kg/cm2. Remove the cap of the small air valve (a) and press the air chuck (b) into the small air valve (a) to check...

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