Shock Absorber Series is specially designed for offshore platforms manufactured with a combination of steel and high modulus Rubber to absorb loads from multiple-directions.
“DIPTI” SA series Shock Absorbers are specially designed for offshore platforms manufactured with a combination of steel and high modulus Rubber to absorb loads from multi-directions. The precision made concentric pipes when bonded together with rubber by a high pressure compression moulding process under controlled heating cooling- cycle, results in to a versatile energy absorption Element for Offshore Structures. “DIPTI” Shock Absorbers can absorb energy both in compression and torsion. It is having extremely good resistance to both axial load and bending. The high tensile rubber compound ensures good mechanical strength and excellent resilience. They are suitable in the marine environment and perform well in extreme climatic conditions. Special compound design offers excellent resistance to ozone ageing, ultra violet rays and sea water. Generally employed in combination with Eccentric Rubber Ring Steel fabricated Contact Post to absorb berthing energy at very high tidal variations at Platform. It absorbs and dissipates energy in every conceivable fashion and prevents damages to the structure. A unique Dock Entry Protection System made of 2 Shock Absorbers is also available, which protects Structures while moving Vessel is approaching to dock wall / entrance channel or Vessel coming for dry docking. The design of custom made Dock Entry Protection System can be provided on specific request. “DIPTI” SA series Shock Absorbers are available in 6 different models.
- Absorbs energy in compression and torsion.
- Has extremely good resistance to both axial load and bending
- Suitable in the marine environment & performs well in extreme climatic conditions
- Specially created compound
- Offers excellent resistance to ozone aging, U. V. rays and sea water
- Absorbs and dissipates energy whilst it prevents damage to the structure
- Low maintenance
- Offshore structures
- Ferry Terminals