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ORF PI Fenders

(OPI) have high energy absorption and lower reaction as it has a unique profile and structure. They are carefully designed and manufactured for high durability to shear in S-Shape.



D Fenders are the most widely used fenders around the world for applications like protection of  tug boats and small jetties and wharfs.

DD Fender


DO Fenders are very popular in the new vessel building industry due to the ease of fixing these fenders in the sides of the vessels without drilling on the vessel shell.

DO Fender


Various types of fendering solutions for marinas and pontoons are offered by ORF FENDER SYSTEMS  with a choice of non marking grey or black colour rubber fenders. Other colours of fenders are available on request.




Square fenders present a popular alternative to D type fenders where a more heavy duty performance is required.

SO Fender


Square fenders present a popular alternative to D type fenders where a more heavy duty performance is required.

SD Fender


Square fenders with a keyhole shaped inner bore have the flexibility to adjust the width to enable easy fixing and adjustments during fixing on the bow of the vessel. They are simple to install and are used by tug boats and service vessels. The fenders are mainly used for pushing larger vessels. These fenders can also be installed on curved structures and round corners.

Keyhole fenders are available also with UHMW PE facing pads for applications where rough seas and movements are expected. The low friction facing pads assist in easy movement between the fender and vessel structure.

Keyhole copy


W  fenders have now become the designer’s first  choice for bow and AFT fendering due to the preference by the tug boat and other vessel operators around the world who have experienced the performance of these fenders. They offer an excellent alternative to square fenders and are easy to install. The fenders are mainly used for pushing larger vessels. These fenders can also be installed on curved structures and round corners.

W Fender copy


Cylindrical fender

Cylindrical bow fenders are an economical solution for tugs. ORF Tug fenders are relatively easy to install and maintain. These fenders can be used to push and drag large vessels.


ORF WING FENDERS are designed for easy installation on vessels and concrete structures. With  performance similar to cylindrical and D fenders and the  added ease of the wing type installation  they are suitable for small jetties, pleasure crafts, pilot boats, barges and tugboats.

Wing Fender


ORF TRAPEZOIDAL FENDERS are extruded type fenders and an economical alternative to the moulded arch or V type fenders with comparatively shorter delivery times periods. They can be manufactured in long lengths up to 10 meters and can also be fitted with UHMW PE pad if required. Various designs are available.

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Cylindrical fenders remain the most popular  fender system around  the world due to their simple construction, easy installation and availability. These fenders are available from a small 100mm outer diameter for use by a small boat up to a diameter of 2100mm or for use by an oil super tanker. Cylindrical fenders are manufactured either by extrusion or wrapping process. The fenders can be installed horizontally or vertically.

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ARCH FENDERS offer a great variety and options for all types of requirements. They can be used for small marinas with non marking type VLA fenders for luxury yachts and GRP vessels as well as for berthing of vessels over 100000 dwt. These fenders can also be used all around a pile or platform leg to protect it against accidental damage. ORF Fender Systems offers the arch fenders with the UHMW PE facing pad in cases where a low coefficient of friction is required, especially in cases where there is a more wave motion which can make the vessel to rub up and down against the fender. These are also useful where the vessel continues to move perpendicular to the fender after berthing thereby inducing shear stresses on the fender.

VA Fender


ORF CELL FENDERS are designed based  on the axial loading performance of cylindrical fenders with steel plates embedded within the rubber. The buckling action of the fender results in increased energy absorption and a lower reaction transmission with a multi-directional dispersion of energy.  Cell fenders can be used a single fender or a combination of more fenders fixed to one steel facing panel. The fenders are offered in different grades to suit the required energy absorption and the allowable reaction force.

Cell Fender
Cell fenders are highly stable and require very little maintenance. The fender is capable of being secured to the quay wall and at the same time support a steel facing panel at the other end. Cell fenders can be used only by using a steel panel to reduce the face pressure acting on the hull of the berthing vessel.


ORF CONE Fenders are the latest version of fenders developed based on the cell fenders, but with increased deflection and higher energy absorption. These fenders can be supplied in various grades to match the required reaction force and energy absorption. Cone fenders have to be used along with steel facing panel fitted with UHMW PE pads. Multiple cone fenders can be used along with a single frontal panel to achieve the best possible result in terms of performance and economy. ORF FENDER SYSTEMS offers design, manufacture and testing of the fenders and the steel panels for any application.

Cone fender


ORF ELEMENT LEG FENDERS are a unique type of fenders in view of their construction, manufacturing process and performance.

Element fender