Pneumatic Fenders are considered ideal for permanent and semi-permanent port applications and also for offshore ship-to-ship transfers. Our easy to deploy fenders ensure large clearances are maintained between the hull and the jetty. Damage risk during mooring is minimal, protecting both people and cargo. Guru offshore supplies a wide range of diameters in standard or high-pressure versions. Depending on the hook type, smaller fenders are available too. Larger fenders are usually fitted with a chain-tyre net for added protection. For navy ships, a Grey body is also available.

Fenders are basically bumpers that are designed to absorb the kinetic energy of a vessel berthing against a jetty or another vessel. We manufacture various types of pneumatic fenders. In general below are their benefits :
  • Used for tankers/gas carriers/bulk cargo ships, fast ferries etc

  • Prevent ship’s hull from damage.

  • Provide long life against abrasion.

Pneumatic rubber fenders

Guru offshore & marine engineers supplies pneumatic rubber fenders all around the globe. Our pneumatic fenders have been designed and tested according to ISO standards, and hence they ensure high performance and quality floating fenders for safe berthing operations.

Features :
  • It is easy to install and maintain

  • High energy absorption with a low reaction force

  • Adjust performance by varying internal pressure

  • Not difficult and not expensive to transport - can be deflated for transport

  • Suitable for areas with different tidal ranges

Ship berthing and mooring monitoring system by pneumatic-type fenders:

Ship berthing and mooring monitoring system consists of present berth monitoring system including a mooring line load monitoring system, and a fender load monitoring system. The fender loads such as fender deflection and reaction force are calculated by measuring inner air pressure of the pneumatic fenders, which have unique characteristics in performance. Furthermore both loads for the mooring lines and the fenders can be used to estimate moored ship motions simultaneously. Total ship monitoring system at jetty can be achieved and contributes safe ship berthing and mooring.