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A new generation of mooring bollards

TH E NE W G ENERATION MOORING BOLLA RDS


E.J. Bean & Co was founded in 1949 by Captain E.J. Bean a pilot with the Port of London Authority. Over the course of its history the company has developed an unrivalled reputation in the quayside mooring marketplace. Today, E J Bean designs & manufactures one of the most comprehensive lines in spheriodal graphite, cast iron & cast steel marine bollards worldwide. The product range includes various types & designs of mooring bollards in all sizes and capacities.

E J Bean also designs and manufactures custom castings for special applications. This brochure has been compiled in order to provide a framework which will allow an engineer or designer to select, purchase and install bollards which meet the project requirements. A thorough mooring analysis should be performed by a qualied engineer to determine the actual mooring line loads and the required load rating of the bollard. Load factors for determining the bollard rating from the mooring line typically have a safety factor ranging from 1.5 to 3. The actual load factor used will depend on variables including,

but not limited to, availability of accurate wind and current data, project specications, and choice of casting material. Proper selection of a bollard given a specic loading requires an understanding of how that load acts on the casting. T Head bollards usually have a large lobe extending towards the back of the bollard, whereas Twin Horn bollards, as the name implies, have horns to each side. All E J Bean bollards are rated for mooring lines acting under the horns and lobes to a maximum of 45 degrees. For mooring angles greater than 45 degrees, please contact us for engineering & design verication.

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TRITON BOLLA RD
The Triton bollard has been developed as the new generation of mooring bollards. By utilisation of FEA and physical testing we have been able to optimise the design of the product to meet the strengths requirements of the market, the mooring angles of the vessels and in turn offer an economic advantage over the current bollards on the market.

PRODU C T DEVEL O P MENT AND TESTING


E J Bean is constantly developing existing designs in line with current legislation for maritime structures. Utilising cast iron, spheroidal graphite and cast steel, we are able to design bollards to facilitate the accommodation of larger vessels with more acute mooring angles at quaysides worldwide. As part of this development E J Bean have launched the new Triton range of bollards which was commissioned with the aim of producing the most cost effective and technically advanced bollard on the market. The new range of bollards have been designed using the latest Finite Element Analysis (FEA) techniques combined with physical testing to verify the design performance. TRITON BOLLARD Metric Tonne A 50 75 100 150 200 250 311 394 467 482 B 555 690 880 1020 1070

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Dimensions mm C 400 500 625 720 750 D 363 465 485 545 565 E 340 425 535 613 642 G 75 102 120 125 130 J 400 500 630 720 750 No. 4 4 4 4 4

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Bolts Dia. 36 42 48 56 64

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TEE HE A D B O L L A RD
Probably the most commonly utilised bollard with kind wrap angles & ease of release.

TWIN H ORN BOLLA RD


A well-proven design which facilitates mooring & releasing two lines independently

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Tee Head BOLLARD


Metric Tonne A 10 15 20 30 50 60 75 100 125 150 200 157 172 190 250 300 300 343 374 376 430 460 B 350 400 483 600 800 800 800 1000 1000 1080 1080 C 305 350 410 540 650 650 720 813 813 900 930 D 241 275 290 380 480 490 510 600 600 670 685

TWin Horn BOLLARD Dimensions mm


E 286 330 360 476 570 570 620 710 710 830 848 F 127 135 145 190 245 245 260 306 306 350 320 G 45 51 50 65 80 90 90 100 100 110 125 H 91 105 125 155 206 206 222 265 265 283 287 J 248 300 360 460 600 600 650 750 750 800 830

Bolts No.
5 5 5 5 5 5 6 7 7 7 7

Metric Tonne Dia.


24 24 24 30 36 36 48 45 48 48 56 5 10 15 20 30 40 50/60 75 100 150 200

A
127 178 178 203 254 305 317 355 356 432 432

B
57 127 152 203 254 305 298 355 356 432 432

C
48 108 118 140 152 152 178 191 202 254 254

D
152 362 401 476 533 617 597 743 774 851 857

Dimensions mm E F
19 57 64 70 76 127 83 95 114 114 120 305 349 400 483 610 610 762 851 965 1016 1016

Bolts G
152 305 349 406 572 610 660 724 838 914 914

H
76 102 133 165 267 305 279 305 356 381 381

J
222 382 420 407 508 610 559 761 762 838 838

K
76 115 127 165 184 210 229 241 242 278 278

No.
4 5 5 5 6 4 7 7 7 7 7

Dia.
20 24 24 24 24 36 30 36 48 48 56

PRO TEc T I V E c O aT I N g S
Bollards are subjected to some of the most extreme corrosive conditions. Typical coatings for the protection of bollards include: - Black Bitumastic - Epoxy - Polyurethane Bollards should always be supplied from the manufacturer with at least a rust preventative primer, compatible with the expected top coating, to protect the product from corrosion until nal coating can be completed on site. Since the installation

includes lling the anchor bolt counter bores with bitumen or non-shrink grout, it is recommended that the top coat(s) of the coating system be applied after installation.

MOUNTIN G & INSTALLATION


All bollards have a recommended anchor diameter and material grade. The type of anchorage to be supplied will be based on suitability to the deck design. The bollard manufacturer should always supply mounting hardware to ensure conformance to the project specications.

Cast in

Through deck

Resin anchor

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F E N D E R Ca R E D I V I SIONS & PRODU cTS


Providing the complete range of mooring solutions from the seabed to the quayside with a wide range of products all designed, engineered and manufactured to international standards. The divisions trading these products are as follows

Turners Marine Trading Design, manufacture and supply a full range of deck equipment including bollards, fairleads, chocks, rollers and smit brackets. Hippo Marine Design and manufacture foam elastomer oating aids to navigation, berthing & mooring as well as lightweight fender systems for the military, commercial & leisure sector. Products include mooring buoys, navigation buoys, anchor pendant buoys, chain support buoys, sub-surface buoys, oating foam fenders & vessel fendering systems. Marine Equipment Supply Supply a complete range of chain, wire & bre ropes along with anchors, sinkers, shackles & other associated mooring hardware. FenderCare Limited Supply, distribute & operate marine fenders including Yokohama pneumatic rubber fenders with or without chain nets. Fenders can be bought, rented, leased and refurbished via a 24hour service. Also provided are xed fender systems, ship to ship transfer hoses & hose testing.

FenderCare IMS Consolidate the supply and through life service project management of our extensive range of products and services for safe berthing and mooring to the shipping and offshore industries worldwide. FenderCare Marine The leading global operator of ship-to-ship (STS) services to the oil and shipping industry. These services are provided from a network of over 25 worldwide bases managed by ofces in the UK, Singapore, Nigeria and UAE. FenderCare Naval Solutions Supplies marine equipment to the navies of the world, including naval lightweight grey pneumantic rubber fenders, submarine fenders, RAS equipment, re ghting equipment, jetty equipment and shipboard equipment.

E J Bean Enterprise House, Harveys Lane, Seething, Norfolk NR15 1EN, United Kingdom Tel: +44 1508 482691 Fax: +44 1508 482710 Email: sales@fendercare.com www.fendercare.com

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