SRD BLACK MARINE GRADE RUBBER DOUBLE D FENDER, PER METRE, NARROW BOAT, TRUCK
MARINE GRADE RUBBER DOUBLE D FENDER
3 Sizes Available: TSEC-SRD101, & 103 usually stocked on shelf, TEC-SRD105 may be in stock or could be in production, if urgent please ask for ETA first.
TSEC-SRD101: 22mm x 14mm (Max' Coil Length 36mtrs)
TSEC-SRD103: 44mm x 19mm (Max' Coil Length 30mtrs) (43.82mm x 19.26mm exact sizes of batch in stock 24/01/2020) - (gap over metal insert is 7.41mm Wide x 9mm Deep (Can be filled with 8mm Nitrile cord bond in place to hide steel)
TSEC-SRD105: 60mm x 32mm (Max' Coil Length 12mtrs)
Tough Durable Chloroprene (Neoprene) Polymer 70° IRHD (International Rubber Hardness Degrees)
18/8 Marine Stainless-steel strip, pre-punched Non-Magnetic & Corrosion resistant.
Countersunk Mounting Holes at 75mm centres (3" approx') Designed to take No:8 Screws, Bolt or Rivet. (Stainless steel fixings recommended with the steel strip)
Used as a fender, bumper or protective section in classic car, bus, caravan, air, rail, marine and other industries.
Our brand new made in the UK product, extremely high quality in all areas. Made to the very highest marine standards and quality tested and made in the same factory supplying Jaguar, Bentley & Landover to name a few...
Please note other companies are selling similar items to this but these are an inferior product not made in the UK or even QC tested and sometimes with very dubious stainless steel!
If your looking for the best possible product at the best possible price then look no further, please check max' lengths for different sizes before ordering. Priced per metre.
If you require 5mtrs just enter 5 into QTY box and it will be supplied as one uncut length.
Primarily used as “bumpers” to absorb collision energy during contact between the vessel and docks (or even other vessels) in the maritime industry. Marine fenders are a type of marine equipment that are used to prevent boats, ships and other naval vessels from colliding against each other or against docks, wharves and piers. These are also referred as marine bumpers.