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QuayQuip Fender catalogue (English, Metric, A4)

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QuayQuip makes fixed and floating marine fenders, mooring systems (including bollards, quick release hooks and mooring travellers) as well as many other construction products of steel, rubber and plastic used in ports, harbours and waterways.

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QuayQuip Fender catalogue (English, Metric, A4)

  1. 1. FENDERSm co p. ui yq ua .q w w English A4 Metric v2.1m w
  2. 2. m co p. Sales Engineering ui Manufacture ns ec n yq QuayQuip conceives, designs, makes and ua commissions engineered solu ons for a diversity of marine and port construc on applica ons. All projects make the best use of our collec ve exper se with steel, rubber and engineered plas cs. .q The QuayQuip Design Group uses the extensive resources available within the company, sister businesses and other technical partners. The Design Group enjoys access to over 50 engineers and w specialists in disciplines which include:  Fender design and applications engineering  Mooring systems design w  Shiploader and bulk materials handling technology  Structural analysis including advanced FEA w  Steel fabrication, casting and forging production  Materials experts  QA/QC inspection and management systems  Third party external design checks Projects undertaken by QuayQuip are professionally designed and managed. Customer satisfaction is our first priority and we live up to our hard-earned reputation for delivery quality, technology and value for money – all backed by extended warranties. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 2
  3. 3. Engineered Special application fenders engineered for unique and Engineered demanding situations: Range  Parallel Movement  Pantograph Fixed Range Our most popular high performance fenders, suitable for most Fixed large ship applications: m Range  Cells and Cones  Elements and Arch co Foam Range Unsinkable, durable and versatile – arguably the world’s best Foam foam fenders: Range  QuayGuard p.  Donut ui Floating fenders for inshore and offshore. Wheel fenders for Air Range Air locks and corners. Range  Pneumatics and hydropneumatics yq  Wheels and rollers Utility Range Simple solutions for smaller docks and harbours. Fenders for Utility ua tugs and workboats. Range  Cylindrical fenders  Extruded and moulded profiles .q Plastics Range Engineered plastics for low friction facings and environmentally Plastics sensitive applications. Range  UHMW-PE facing pads w  Composite piles and timbers w Accessories A full spread of accessories to support fenders and attach them to new and existing structures. Accessories w  A full programme of chain and suspension systems  Anchors and fixings Materials/Testing Safety-critical installations demand quality materials: tested, Materials inspected and verified to the latest international standards. & Testing  Physical properties  PIANC 2002 test protocols and procedures © QuayQuip BV, 2010 3
  4. 4. Engineered Range QuayQuip has more engineering resources than any other manufacturer, able to provide an unrivalled breadth and depth of fendering, mooring and marine construc on exper se to solve the most complicated and demanding challenges. The Engineered Range encompasses a variety of individually designed systems for special fendering and mooring m applications. They blend the latest technologies with tried and proven components, using only the very best materials to provide better performance in the toughest environments. co Parallel Movement Fenders (PMF) p. QuayQuip’s design team has engineered many hundreds of Parallel Movement fenders and now takes this technology into the latest 4th Genera on PMF with ui mized torsion arm geometry reduces shear on cones and structure yq improved geometries, bearing designs and Reinforced wings to resist High-performance combined horizontal and QCN cones (p8) materials. er cal forces ua Parallel Movement fenders include a ‘non-tilt’ torsion Large lead-in arm mechanism that keeps bevels to reduce snagging the panel vertical whatever level it is impacted, but still .q allows free movement to cope with berthing angles. PMF systems provide very low reaction too – w sometimes less than half that of a conventional design. Reduced load can mean lower construction costs and w more comfortable and rapid turnaround times. w  Lower construction costs  Very low reaction with high energy Virgin UHMW-PE face  Balanced load paths pads with extra strong blind boss xings (p )  Better geometry – less rubber shear Forged and heat treated stainless  Fully articulated pin joints steel ball joints in fully sealed ile slee es (op onal)  Fully sealed bearings bearings. Bearing materials proven for fast construc on to 200,000 load cycles and very high opera ng pressures. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 4
  5. 5. B Engineered C A D C Fixed Range m B F G H E co PMF Fenders are custom PMF A B C D E F G H Foam Range designed for each application. (Dual QCN) Min Max  500 12000 1550 1405  480  400  525 QuayQuip engineers consider p. normal and abnormal impacts,  600 12000 1800 1640  560  480  600 tides, line loads and UDLs, hull  800 12000 2250 2120  730  640  750 form, clearances and many other Refer to QuayQuip Refer to QuayQuip Refer to QuayQuip factors when recommending the  900 12000 2500 2385  840  720  825 best design in each case. ui Air Range 1000 12000 2800 2600  900  800  900 Please ask QuayQuip for further 1100 12000 3050 2845  990  880  975 details and advice. yq 1200 12000 3300 3110 1100  960 1050 1300 12000 3550 3365 1200 1040 1125 1400 12000 3800 3610 1290 1120 1200 Utility Range ua 1600 12000 4350 4090 1460 1280 1350 Dimensions are typical and approximate. [Units: mm] Every installation differs – please confirm dimensions with QuayQuip. .q Plastics Range Installation trials of a 12m tall PMF w system on a mock- up jetty section at the QuayQuip factory. Part of w a contract with Accessories 140 systems and 2,500t of steel. w PMF components are subjected to finite element Materials/Testing analysis to optimise designs, check stresses and service life in normal and fatigue conditions. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 5
  6. 6. Parallel Movement Fenders (PMF) Performance table H A0 A1 A2 B0 B1 B2 C0 C1 C2 D0 D1 Dual mounted QCN cones 500 R  128  146  165  183  199  111  230  250  144  290  319 E 64.4 73.6 82.8 92.0  101  120  132  156  172 provide double the energy  214  270 for the same reaction compared to a single 600 R  109  200  140  250  273  192  320  233  380  278  306 E  175  125  225  156  174  297  210  350  255  410  451 QCN cone. Even at large compression angles there 800 R  265  360  405  450  490  530  490  543  670  648  713 E  302  340  378  415  453  595 m  315  570  620  720  792 is minimal loss of energy. 900 R  379  434  488  542  640  654  710  803  867  930 1023 E  413  472  531  590  598  690  740  783  857  930 1023 QuayQuip can provide performance curves, 1000 R  511  584  657  730  805  881  956 1000 1080 1252 1377 E  657  730 1055 1153 co global axis forces and  511  584  793  857  920 1160 1276 preferred fixing details for 1100 R  685  782  880  890  967 1043 1120 1401 1307 1400 1540 E  978 1077 1177 1276 1527 1652 1817 all PMF fenders.  623  712  801 1213 1200 R  728  998  936 1040 1369 1213 1300 1779 1945 1650 2323 E  874 1123 1248 1491 1612 2112 p.  832 1127 1417 1533 1815 1300 R  868  992 1116 1240 1347 1901 2058 1690 1820 1950 2961 E 1110 1269 1427 1586 1743 1453 1560 2269 2481 2692 2145 1002 1145 1288 1431 2211 2417 2624 2895 ui 1400 R 1403 1603 1804 2004 1555 1679 1803 1960 3165 3436 2501 E 2117 2274 3780 1600 R 1308 2392 1682 2990 3299 3607 2355 2560 2765 2970 5641 E 2093 1495 2691 1869 2031 2193 3916 4320 4724 5128 3267 yq [Units: kJ, kN] ua Testing Facilities The performance of .q QuayQuip’s engineered designs can be proven in purpose built test machines. These include w the world’s largest test press which can accommodate full size Parallel Movement w Fenders, as well a 4000t QuayQuip’s largest test pull test machine. press was designed for full scale testing of PMF w Performance tests are fenders as well as cone conducted by government and cell fenders up to approved operators to 3000H. ensure accurate and independent results, Main features: whilst third party  600t capacity inspections are always  3m daylight welcomed.  1.5m stroke  Rail guided platen © QuayQuip BV, 2010 6
  7. 7. Flat Pack Ports Engineered QuayQuip’s Flat Pack Port (FPP) concept solves construc on issues for remote loca ons, build speed and available cranage. The en re fender, mooring, deck and jacket structures are modularised. They can be factory assembled and checked before shipment, containerised and despatched to site in the most convenient and manageable packages. Fixed Range On site work is minimised to placing piles, rapid assembly of m the flat pack port components and a few grouted joints. Job done – fast, inexpensively and without compromise.  Ideal for remote site projects co  Rapid and accurate construction  Minimal site works Foam Range  Factory pre-assembled and checked p. Energy Dissipation (Load Fuses) ui Air Range When a fender is fully compressed, any yq further deflec ons can increase forces rapidly, poten ally leading to structural D damage. PIANC recommends the use of Utility Range load fuses to dissipate excess berthing ua energy and reduce the risk to personnel and structures. QuayQuip has pioneered its own design of load fuses (energy dissipaters) which .q supplement the main fenders (energy absorbers). Their predictable behaviour Plastics Range and compact size allows for fuse arrays Load fuses used in a dual stage which collapse in a safe and controlled Pantograph hydropneumatic w manner. They are relatively inexpensive fender to protect nuclear and simple to replace. submarines. w Accessories Mooring Travellers w QuayQuip solves the problem of safe mooring in locks and high dal zones with a rail guided floa ng bollard. Materials/Testing Mooring Travellers make it safer and easier to tie up with the bollard presented at a conveniently safe height and distance for low freeboard ships and barges. Deceptively simple, Mooring Travellers are designed for capacities up to 300kN, completely unsupervised operation and a 50 year design life. This involved fatigue analysis of all moving parts and bearing faces – especially rails, wheels and bearings. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 7
  8. 8. QCN Cone Fenders QCN Cones have advanced geometry and combine high efficiency with excellent angular performance. Versatile and proven in practice, the QCN Cone Fender is well suited to berths and terminals handling large vessels, for load sensitive structures and for berth upgrades. m  High efficiency  Good angular performance  Wide range of sizes co  Standard and intermediate rubber grades  PIANC tested and certified p. f = 70% Anchors S Bolts ui F B A D yq T ua H Dimensions table .q H ØD ØA ØF ØB S T Fixings Weight  350  570  510  330  275 27–32 21 4 × M24   45  400  600  540  340  260 30–40 22 4 × M24   72  500  750  675  425  325 30–40 22 4 × M24  140 w  550  825  740  465  355 30–40 27 4 × M24  180  600  900  810  510  390 30–40 27 6 × M24  234  700 1050  945  595  455 37–47 27 6 × M30  352 w  800 1200 1080  680  520 40–52 27 6 × M36  541  900 1350 1215  765  585 40–52 33 6 × M36  764 1000 1500 1350  850  650 50–65 35 6 × M42 1049 1050 1575 1415  895  680 50–65 37 6 × M42 1218 w 1100 1650 1485  935  715 50–65 40 6 × M42 1400 1150 1725 1550  980  750 50–65 40 6 × M42 1600 1200 1800 1620 1020  780 50–65 42 8 × M42 1820 1300 1950 1755 1105  845 65–80 46 8 × M48 2310 1400 2100 1890 1190  980 65–80 49 8 × M48 2890 1600 2400 2160 1360 1200 65–80 58 8 × M48 4310 1800 2700 2430 1530 1350 80–100 62 10 × M56 6140 2000 3000 2700 1700 1500 80–100 62 10 × M56 8420 Please ask QuayQuip for details of other QCN Cone models and dimensions. [Units: mm, kg] © QuayQuip BV, 2010 8
  9. 9. Performance H A0 A1 A2 B0 B1 B2 C0 C1 C2 D0 D1 table 350 E 10.9 12.5 14.0 15.6 17.2 18.9 20.5 22.6 24.7 26.8 29.5 Engineered R 62.3 71.2 80.1 89.0 97.0 105 113 123 132 142 156 400 E 16.1 18.4 20.7 23.0 25.7 28.3 31.0 34.0 37.0 40.0 44.0 [Units: kJ, kN] R 81.9 93.6 105 117 127 137 147 160 173 186 205 500 E 32.2 36.8 41.4 46.0 50.7 55.3 60.0 66.0 72.0 78.0 85.8 R 128 146 165 183 199 214 230 250 270 290 319 550 E 42.7 48.8 54.9 61.0 67.3 73.7 80.0 88.0 96.0 104 114 R 155 177 199 221 240 259 278 302 327 351 386 600 E 54.6 62.4 70.2 78.0 87.0 96.0 105 116 128 139 153 R 175 200 225 250 273 297 320 350 380 410 451 E 90.3 103 116 129 141 154 166 183 201 218 240 Fixed Range 700 R 252 288 324 360 390 420 450 487 523 560 616 E 132 151 170 189 208 226 245 271 298 324 356 m 800 R 315 360 405 450 490 530 570 620 670 720 792 900 E 190 217 244 271 299 327 355 392 428 465 512 R 413 472 531 590 640 690 740 803 867 930 1023 1000 E 256 292 329 365 403 440 478 527 577 626 689 R 511 584 657 730 793 857 920 1000 1080 1160 1276 co 1050 E 296 338 381 423 466 510 553 610 668 725 798 R 564 644 725 805 875 944 1014 1102 1191 1279 1407 Foam Range 1100 E 342 391 440 489 539 588 638 701 763 826 909 R 623 712 801 890 967 1043 1120 1213 1307 1400 1540 1150 E 389 444 500 555 612 670 727 802 877 952 1047 R 676 772 869 965 1049 1133 1217 1323 1428 1534 1687 p. 1200 E 437 499 562 624 685 745 806 889 973 1056 1162 R 728 832 936 1040 1127 1213 1300 1417 1533 1650 1815 1300 E 555 634 714 793 872 950 1029 1135 1240 1346 1481 R 868 992 1116 1240 1347 1453 1560 1690 1820 1950 2145 1400 E 701 802 902 1002 1105 1209 1312 1447 1583 1718 1890 R E 1002 1047 1145 1196 1288 1346 ui 1431 1495 1555 1649 1679 1804 1803 1958 1960 2160 2117 2362 2274 2564 2501 2820 Air Range 1600 R 1308 1495 1682 1869 2031 2193 2355 2560 2765 2970 3267 1800 E 1490 1703 1916 2129 2349 2568 2788 3076 3363 3651 4016 R 1656 1892 2129 2365 2570 2776 2981 3240 3499 3758 4134 yq 2000 E 2044 2336 2628 2920 3221 3523 3824 4219 4613 5008 5509 R 2044 2336 2628 2920 3173 3427 3680 4000 4320 4640 5104 Performance 120 curve U lity Range 110 ua 100 Reaction 90 Energy 80 70 Reaction (%) .q 60 120 Plas cs Range 50 100 40 80 Energy (%) w 30 60 20 40 w 10 20 Accessories 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 Deflection (% ) w Intermediate D (%) 0  5 10 15 20 25 30 35  40 45 50 55 60 65  70  72 factors R (%) 0 21 40 58 72 84 93 98 100 98 94 89 85 87 100 110 E (%) 0  1  4  8 15 22 30 39  49 58 67 75 83 91 100 104 Materials/Tes ng Angular Angle 0 3 5 8 10 15 20 factors R-factor 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 E-factor 1.00 1.01 1.00 0.99 0.98 0.93 0.87 ±10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD). Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QCN Cone Fenders. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 9
  10. 10. QCL Cell Fenders QCL Cell Fenders have an efficient and simple geometry which is well proven, tried and tested. Versatile and proven in practice, QCL Cells are well suited to berths and terminals handling all vessel sizes.  m Well proven design  High efficiency  Modular design  Good angular performance co  Wide range of sizes  PIANC tested and certified p. Anchors ui D A yq T ua H Dimensions table H ØD ØA T Head Bolts Anchors Weight .q  400  650  550 25 4 × M24 4 × M24    75  500  650  550 25 4 × M24 4 × M24    95  630  840  700 25 4 × M30 4 × M30   220 w  800 1050  900 30 6 × M33 6 × M33   400 1000 1300 1100 35 6 × M39 6 × M39   790 1150 1500 1300 37 6 × M42 6 × M42  1200 w 1250 1650 1450 40 6 × M45 6 × M45  1500 1450 1850 1650 42 6 × M52 6 × M52  2300 w 1600 2000 1800 45 8 × M52 8 × M52  3000 1700 2100 1900 50 8 × M56 8 × M56  3600 2000 2200 2000 50 8 × M64 8 × M64  4200 2250 2550 2300 57 10 × M64 10 × M64  7400 2500 2950 2700 70 10 × M64 10 × M64 10500 3000 3350 3150 75 12 × M76 12 × M76 18500 Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QCL Cells. [Units: mm, kg] © QuayQuip BV, 2010 10
  11. 11. Performance H A0 A1 A2 B0 B1 B2 C0 C1 C2 D0 D1 table E 8.7 10 11.2 12.5 13.7 14.9 16.1 16.9 17.7 18.5 20.4 Engineered 400 R 49.7 56.8 63.9 71 78 85 92 96.7 101 106 117 [Units: kJ, kN] E 500 R 17.1 19.5 21.9 24.4 26.8 29.1 31.5 33 34.6 36.1 39.7 77.7 88.8 99.9 111 122 132 143 150 158 165 182 E 630 R 33.6 38.4 43.2 48 53 58 63 66.3 69.7 73 80.3 123 140 158 175 193 210 228 240 251 263 289 E 800 R 68.6 78.4 88.2 98 105 111 118 125 131 138 152 196 224 252 280 297 313 330 348 365 383 421 Fixed Range E 1000 R 137 156 176 195 214 233 252 264 277 289 318 312 356 401 445 487 530 572 601 631 660 726 m E 1150 R 208 238 267 297 327 358 388 407 426 445 490 412 471 530 589 646 703 760 802 843 885 974 E 1250 R 267 306 344 382 420 459 497 523 548 574 631 487 557 626 696 765 833 902 949 995 1042 1146 co E 1450 R 417 477 536 596 656 716 776 816 855 895 985 655 749 842 936 1029 1122 1215 1277 1340 1402 1542 Foam Range E 1600 R 561 641 721 801 857 914 970 1020 1070 1120 1232 798 912 1026 1140 1210 1281 1351 1420 1489 1558 1714 E 672 768 864 960 1057 1153 1250 1314 1378 1442 1586 p. 1700 R 901 1030 1158 1287 1415 1544 1672 1757 1843 1928 2121 E 2000 R 1095 1251 1408 1564 1723 1881 2040 2143 2245 2348 2583 1247 1425 1603 1781 1957 2134 2310 2429 2549 2668 2935 E 1730 1978 2225 2472 2720 2967 3215 3378 3540 3703 4073 2250 R 1751 2002 2252 ui 2502 2751 3000 3249 3415 3582 3748 4123 Air Range E 2500 R 2374 2713 3052 3391 3731 4070 4410 4636 4862 5088 5597 2162 2470 2779 3088 3396 3704 4012 4218 4424 4630 5093 E 3577 4088 4599 5110 5643 6177 6710 Please ask Quayquip yq 3000 R 3066 3504 3942 4380 4850 5320 5790 for these compounds Performance 120 U lity Range curve 110 ua 100 Reaction 90 Energy 80 70 Reaction (%) .q 60 120 Plas cs Range 50 100 40 80 w Energy (%) 30 60 20 40 w 10 20 Accessories 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 Deflection (% ) w Intermediate D (%) 0  5 10 15 20 25 30 35  40 45 50 52.5 55 factors R (%) 0 38 68 88 97 100 99 97 95 95 97 100 106 E (%) 0  2  8 17 28  39 51 62 73 84 94 100 106 Materials/Tes ng Angular Angle 0 3 5 8 10 15 20 factors R-factor 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 E-factor 1.00 0.98 0.95 0.91 0.88 0.81 0.65 ±10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD). Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QCL Cell Fenders. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 11
  12. 12. QME Elements QME Elements are modular units with an advanced geometry that combines high performance with an adaptable design. QME Elements have a long track record and are well suited to berths and terminals handling all vessel sizes. Vertical or horizontal mounting of elements ensures optimum energy and low reaction. m Elements can be used in arrays with steel panels, or in pairs with UHMW-PE shields as V-fenders. A small footprint makes QME Elements perfect where fixing area is restricted. co  High efficiency  Modular design  Good angular performance  Wide range of sizes p.  PIANC tested and certified D B A F E E F ui yq H ua T C L Dimensions table .q Standard Lengths H A B C D E F T Fixings Weight 600 900 1000 1200 1500 2000 w 300  47  47  93  94 300 150 17 M20   45     400  63  62 124 125 500 250 17 M24   66    500  87  71 142 158 500 250 20 M30  111    w 550  87  85 170 172 500 250 20 M30  132    600  87 101 199 188 500 250 20 M30  153   w 750 118 117 230 235 500 250 26 M36  239   800 129 121 240 250 500 250 26 M36  268    1000 162 160 310 322 500 250* 31 M42  432     1250 202 199 388 401 500 250* 36 M48  639     1450 228 226 445 454 500 250 41 M48  873    1600 261 246 480 507 500 250 50 M56 1114    Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QME Elements. [Units: mm, kg/m] *Dimension ‘F’ is 200mm for QME-1000 × 900L and QME-1250 × 900L fenders. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 12
  13. 13. Performance H A0 A1 A2 B0* B1 B2 C0 C1 C2 D0* D1 table E 10.3 11.8 13.3 14.7 15.8 16.8 17.9 19.0 20 21.1 23.2 Engineered  300 R 74.7 85.3 96 107 114 122 130 137 145 152 168 [Units: kJ, kN] E  400 R 18.3 21 23.6 26.2 28.1 30 31.8 33.7 35.6 37.4 41.2 99.6 114 128 142 152 163 173 183 193 203 224 E  500 R 28.7 32.8 36.9 41 43.9 46.8 49.7 52.7 55.6 58.5 64.4 124 142 160 178 191 203 216 229 241 254 279 E  550 R 34.7 39.6 44.6 49.5 53.1 56.6 60.2 63.7 67.2 70.8 77.9 137 156 176 196 210 224 237 251 265 279 307 Fixed Range E  600 R 41.3 47.2 53.1 59.0 63.2 67.4 71.6 75.8 80 84.2 92.7 149 171 192 213 229 244 259 274 290 305 335 m E  750 R 64.5 73.7 82.9 92.1 98.7 105 112 118 125 132 145 187 213 240 267 286 305 324 343 362 381 419 E  800 R 73.4 83.9 94.3 105 112 120 127 135 142 150 165 199 228 256 284 305 325 345 366 386 406 447 co E 1000 R 115 131 147 164 176 187 199 211 222 234 257 Foam Range 249 284 320 356 381 406 432 457 483 508 559 E 1250 R 179 205 230 256 274 293 311 329 347 366 402 311 356 400 445 476 508 540 572 603 635 699 p. E 1450 R 241 276 310 344 369 394 418 443 467 492 541 361 412 464 516 552 589 626 663 700 737 810 E 1600 R 294 335 377 419 449 479 509 539 569 599 659 398 455 512 569 610 650 691 732 772 813 894 ui * Compound D0 (previously Compound A), and Compound B0 (previously Compound B) are commonly Air Range needed for spare and replacement projects. Performances are per single element of 1 metre length. yq 130 Performance 120 curve U lity Range 110 ua Reaction 100 Energy 90 80 Reaction (%) 70 130 .q 60 120 Plas cs Range 50 100 Energy (%) 40 80 w 30 60 20 40 10 20 w 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Accessories Deflection (% ) w Intermediate D (%) 0  5 10 15 20 25  30 35 40 45 50 55 57.5 62.5 factors R (%) 0 24 50 72 88 98 100 97 91 86 85 92 100 126 E (%) 0  2  6 14 25 36  48 59 69 78 86 95 100 113 Materials/Tes ng Angular Angle 0 3 5 8 10 15 20 factors R-factor 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 H E-factor 1.00 0.99 0.99 0.96 0.93 0.81 0.71 WS =1.2H ±10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD). Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QME Element Fenders. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 13
  14. 14. QSA Arch Fenders QSA Arch Fenders are tough and reliable, simple and long las ng – ideal for berths serving smaller vessels and where durability is all important. Easy and fast to install, QSA Arch Fenders are well suited to berths handling a variety of vessel types and sizes. They can be fitted m vertically or horizontally to provide long lasting and low maintenance protection.  Tough and reliable design co  Simple installation  Rubber-faced designs  Wide ranges of sizes and lengths  PIANC tested and certified p. F L H ui yq T C A C J K K B M ua Dimensions tables H A B C F Pmin T Slot M Fixings Weight 200 144  320 128 145 N/A 30 105×58 L+100 M24  60 .q 250 180  410 160 175 N/A 33 125×64 L+125 M30  90 300 210  490 195 245 N/A 33 140×70 L+150 M30 120 400 280  670 260 320 N/A 40 165×82 L+200 M36 210 w 500 350  840 325 395 N/A 45 180×94 L+250 M42 330 600 420 1010 390 470 N/A 54 195×100 L+300 M48 480 800 560 1340 520 600 N/A 72 270×136 L+400 M64 880 w L = 1000 L = 1500 L = 2000 L = 2500 L = 3000 L = 3500 H J K J K J K J K J K J K w 200 120 860 120 680 120 620 122 785 120 715 120 672 250 130 865 132 680 132 620 127 790 132 715 130 673 300 140 870 140 685 137 625 140 790 140 715 140 674 400 150 900 150 700 147 635 150 800 150 725 150 680 500 160 930 160 715 157 645 160 810 160 730 160 686 600 170 960 170 730 167 655 170 820 170 740 170 692 800 180 1040 180 770 180 680 182 845 Refer to QuayQuip Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QSA Arch Fenders. [Units: mm, kg/m] © QuayQuip BV, 2010 14
  15. 15. Performance H A0 A1 A2 B0 B1 B2 C0 C1 C2 D0 D1 table E 5.6 6.4 7.2 8.0 8.7 9.3 10.0 10.3 10.7 11.0 12.1 Engineered 200 R 77.0 88.0 99.0 110 123 137 150 157 163 170 187 [Units: kJ, kN] E 250 R 8.4 9.6 10.8 12.0 13.3 14.7 16.0 16.3 16.7 17.0 18.7 98 112 126 140 153 167 180 190 200 210 231 E 300 R 18.2 20.8 23.4 26.0 27.7 29.3 31.0 34.3 37.7 41.0 45.1 143 163 184 204 219 233 248 273 297 322 354 Fixed Range E 400 R 32.2 36.8 41.4 46.0 49.7 53.3 57.0 62.7 68.3 74.0 81.4 193 220 248 275 293 312 330 363 397 430 473 m E 500 R 50.4 57.6 64.8 72.0 77.3 82.7 88 96.7 105 114 125 241 275 310 344 367 391 414 455 497 538 592 E 600 R 72.8 83.2 93.6 104 111 119 126 139 151 164 180 co 288 330 371 412 440 468 496 545 595 644 708 Foam Range E 800 R 130 148 167 185 198 210 223 245 268 290 319 385 440 495 550 587 624 661 728 795 862 948 Performances are per metre length. p. 130 Performance 120 curve 110 ui Air Range QSA 200 & 250 100 Reaction 90 yq Energy 80 Reaction (%) QSA 300–800 70 130 Reaction 60 120 U lity Range Energy 50 100 ua Energy (%) 40 80 30 60 20 40 10 20 .q 0 0 Plas cs Range 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 Deflection (% ) w QSA 200 & 250 Intermediate D (%) 0  5 10 15 20 25  30 35 40  45  50 w factors R (%) 0 31 53 72 87 96 100 98 95 100 131 Accessories E (%) 0  2  9 18 29 43  57 72 86 100 116 QSA 300–800 w D (%) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 52.5  55 R (%) 0 23 50 74 91 99 99 92 83 78 87 100 120 E (%) 0  1  6 14 25 37 50 62 73 84 94 100 107 Materials/Tes ng Angular Angle 0 3 5 8 10 15 20 factors R-factor 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 E-factor 1.00 0.97 0.95 0.91 0.88 0.80 0.73 ±10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD). Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QSA Arch Fenders. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 15
  16. 16. QPA Arch Fenders QPA Arch Fenders are tough and reliable, simple and long las ng – ideal for berths serving smaller vessels where durability is all important. With bolted-on UHMW-PE face pads, QPA Arch Fenders combine resilience with low- friction, non-marking properties. They can be m fitted horizontally or vertically to provide long lasting and low maintenance protection.  Tough and reliable design co  Simple installation  Low-friction faced designs  Wide ranges of sizes and lengths  PIANC tested and certified p. F L P H ui yq T C A C J K K B M ua Dimensions table H A B C F Pmin T Slot M Fixings Weight .q 300 210  490 195 245 30 33 140×70 L+150 M30 126 400 280  670 260 320 30 40 165×82 L+200 M36 218 500 350  840 325 395 30 45 180×94 L+250 M42 340 w 600 420 1010 390 470 30 54 195×100 L+300 M48 492 800 560 1340 520 600 30 72 270×136 L+400 M64 895 w L = 1000 L = 1500 L = 2000 L = 2500 L = 3000 L = 3500 H J K J K J K J K J K J K w 300 140 870 140 685 137 625 140 790 140 715 140 674 400 150 900 150 700 147 635 150 800 150 725 150 680 500 160 930 160 715 157 645 160 810 160 730 160 686 600 170 960 170 730 167 655 170 820 170 740 170 692 800 180 1040 180 770 180 680 180 713 Refer to QuayQuip Please ask QuayQuip for other dimensions of QPA Arch Fenders. [Units: mm, kg/m] © QuayQuip BV, 2010 16
  17. 17. Performance H A0 A1 A2 B0 B1 B2 C0 C1 C2 D0 D1 table E 18.2 20.8 23.4 26.0 27.7 29.3 31.0 34.3 37.7 41.0 45.1 Engineered 300 R 143 163 184 204 219 233 248 273 297 322 354 [Units: kJ, kN] E 32.2 36.8 41.4 46.0 49.7 53.3 57.0 62.7 68.3 74.0 81.4 400 R 193 220 248 275 293 312 330 363 397 430 473 E 500 R 50.4 57.6 64.8 72.0 77.3 82.7 88.0 96.7 105 114 125 241 275 310 344 367 391 414 455 497 538 592 E 600 R 72.8 83.2 93.6 104 111 119 126 139 151 164 180 Fixed Range 288 330 371 412 440 468 496 545 595 644 708 E 130 148 167 185 198 210 223 245 268 290 319 m 800 R 385 440 495 550 587 624 661 728 795 862 948 Performances are per metre length. co 130 Performance Foam Range 120 curve 110 p. 100 Reaction 90 Energy 80 Reaction (%) 70 130 ui Air Range 60 120 50 100 Energy (%) 40 80 yq 30 60 20 40 10 20 U lity Range 0 0 ua 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 Deflection (% ) Intermediate D (%) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 52.5  55 factors R (%) 0 23 50 74 91 99 99 92 83 78 87 100 120 .q E (%) 0  1  6 14 25 37 50 62 73 84 94 100 107 Plas cs Range Angular Angle 0 3 5 8 10 15 20 factors w R-factor 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 E-factor 1.00 0.97 0.95 0.91 0.88 0.80 0.73 ±10% tolerance applies to Rated Performance Data (RPD). Please refer to Quayquip for other performance properties of QPA Arch Fenders. w Accessories w Materials/Tes ng © QuayQuip BV, 2010 17
  18. 18. Flosys technology Flosys is an advanced technology for manufacturing foam ced fenders, donuts, barriers and buoys. It combines the best of arriers n exis ng produc on methods with latest computer controlled manufacturing for be er made, more consistent and ducts. longer las ng products. Five foam grades in standard US n and metric sizes give a huge ve m ow choice from ultra low per hull pressure to super high performance. co p. ‘Flosys’ fender showing central tube, filament angles and core layers ui yq Central members The central steel tube on Flosys products resists mooring loads and provides a stable, non-abrasive core for the foam body. An engineered component, the central tube is a precise length, fully ua sealed and can include integral swivels or other terminations. Foam core wrapping Dynamic tension adjustment linked to a computer controlled feed keeps foam layers exact and uniform. The thermolamination process uses radiant heating elements (not naked flames) .q to create a strong inter-layer bond. The absence of gaps and voids stops internal movements and foam wear in service so performance is better for longer. w 4-axis filament winding Every foam product relies on a filament reinforced skin for strength and durability. The 4-axis process developed for Flosys products uses advanced three dimensional CNC technology originally developed for making rocket fuel tanks to control the w tension, quantity, position and angle of every individual filament. The finished quality and consistency is impossible to match with traditional manual and semi-automated winding methods. w In-house testing In-house test facilities are used to routinely verify performance, recovery after prolonged compressions, and durability under cyclic fatigue loads. © QuayQuip BV, 2010 18

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