Marine Products

Marine Rubber Products

Marine Rubber Hatch Seals, Gaskets & Other Products

We manufacture the following marine rubber hatch seals, marine rubber gaskets, and other products for marine use such as:

  • Extruded profiles
  • Tubing and cord
  • Marine gaskets
  • Marine door gaskets
  • Window glazing gaskets
  • Formed hose
  • Lathe cut washers
  • Hatch seals

We provide gaskets for electrical enclosures and can work with you to make sure your marine rubber gasket matches the enclosure’s IP rating. This can shield your enclosure from water, chemicals, UV rays, and the elements.


What is Fender?

A fender is a type of bumper that is used to absorb the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel that is berthing against a jetty, quay wall, or other vessel. Fenders are used to protect boats, vessels, and berthing structures from damage. Fenders are commonly made of rubber, foam elastomer, or plastic. Rubber fenders are either extruded or molded.

The best fender for a given application is determined by a number of factors, including the vessel’s dimensions and displacement, the maximum allowable stand-off, the berthing structure, tidal variations, and other berth-specific conditions. The size of the fender unit is determined by the vessel’s berthing energy, which is proportional to the square of the berthing velocity. Marine fenders are used on quay walls and other berthing structures at ports and docks.

They absorb a berthing vessel’s kinetic energy, preventing damage to the vessel or the berthing structure. Floating fenders, such as pneumatic or foam elastomer fenders, are commonly used for bunkering operations between two vessels.

Boat fenders are used on a variety of vessels, including recreational boats, tugboats, ferries, naval vessels, passenger vessels, and luxury yachts. Boat fenders come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including the ‘D’ fender, square fenders, wing fenders, keyhole fenders, and so on.

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