D Profile Marine Fenders

D Profile Marine Fenders

Product Description

We have a vast array of marine bumpers and fenders for vessels, harbours and waterways.

Our D profile fenders come in a selection of different formats and are used to reduce impacts from mooring, collisions and crashing waves. In the unlikely event of a collision with a foreign object or vessel, our D sections will absorb the majority of the impact. We highly recommend EPDM due its longevity in harsh weather conditions and braving the torrents.

These D sections include:

Solid extrusion - Great for large marine vessels and walls – Absorbs impacts through compression.

Hollow centre - Protects vessels and walls from heavy impacts. Greater compression rates due to its hollow centre. Great for sea vessels.

Round centre - Protect your vessels with concentric DO section. A hole is added for compression and the ability to moor the boat.

Half moon - High compression for shock absorption and heavy impacts.

Half moon - solid - Reduced compression rates due to the solidity. - The fender is perfect for larger marine vessels and ocean freighters.

Half moon - hollow - Increased compression – drilled into the side of the vessel or wall and is incredibly versatile in dealing with impact protection and shock absorption.

Half moon – circle - Great for mooring boats, simply loop a knot through the circle and tie to the mooring point. High compression makes for great impact protection.


D Profile Marine Fenders can be used for applications like:


Features of our D Profile Marine Fenders include:

  • Highly durable
  • Temperature resistance
  • Long-lasting
  • Smooth finish
  • Temperature resistance (-40° to + 90°C)
  • Weather resistant

Materials extruded at Walker Rubber

At Walker Rubber we can manufacture extrusions in numerous grades and shore hardness of rubber. Our extrusions can go as soft as 20 Shore A or as hard as 80 Shore A. We have the ability to offer all the grades of rubber listed below:

Popular Industries

All Industries

D Profile Marine Fenders are used across many industries. Some of the most popular are:

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