Spherical Fender

    • The spherical fender is often used as a handheld fender during maneuvers due to its width but is also used as a standard fender on larger vessels. The Fendertex® spherical textile fender offers the highest performance protection. They are ultralightweight, easy to handle and can be deflated and folded to minimize storage space.

      • The lightest fender in the world
      • Can be deflated and rolled for storage
      • Built to withstand an immense amount of pressure
      • Automatically adapts to temperature swings
    • Fender Model Height Width Depth
      S60 21.65" (550mm) 20.47" (520mm) 16.14" (410mm)
      S70 25.60" (650mm) 24.41" (620mm) 19.69" (500mm)
      S80 29.13" (740mm) 26.38" (670mm) 21.65" (550mm)
      S100 33.86" (860mm) 35.43" (900mm) 27.56" (700mm)
      S120 38.58" (980mm) 48.03" (1,220mm) 33.46" (850mm)

      1 - Technical textile with low elasticity at the ends to compensate for the increase in air volume caused by high temperatures maintains a constant pressure of about 5.1 psi (350 mbh)

      2 - Long side ring

      3 - Highly elastic inner tube, water can be added to act as ballast for the fender

      4 - A technical textile made from polyester with high abrasion resistance. It does not absorb salt, thus avoiding micro scratches on the hull. Easy to clean with water or in a standard washing machine.

      5 - Retention strap to prevent deformation of the collar during compression

      6 - Inflatable suspension collar with a maximum capacity at 1.5 tons of vertical tension

      7 - Suspension strap is sewn into a cross for added strength

      8 - 316 stainless steel D-ring

      Temperature Resistance

      Polyester Cover
      284°F (140°C) static
      320°F (160°C) dynamic

      Inner Tube
      293°F (145°C) static
      257°F (125°C) dynamic

      UV Resistance

      The yarn is dyed en masse for optimal UV resistance.

* Custom Fendertex fender orders are 50% non-refundable.

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