Two Demag Cc 2800 1 Cranes Bring 410 Tonne Ship To Water
The Scenery Was Like A Dream: A Bright Blue Sky And Turquoise Water. This Meant That The Conditions Were Perfect For Lifting The 70 Meter Long “Aqua Helix” Which Was Scheduled For Its First Ever Launch That Day. Before This However The Crew Boat For Industrial Maritime Projects With Space For Up To 122 People First Had To Be Taken Out Of The Hangar Where It Had Been Built. Two 12 Axle Self Propelled Modular Transporters Were In Charge Of This Task And Brought The 410 Tonne Ship Directly To The Quay Wall Where The Two Demag® Cc 2800 1 Lattice Boom Crawler Cranes Were Already Waiting. The Cranes Had Been Previously Transported To The Shipyard Premises With Around 55 Trucks And Had Then Been Set Up. “With Their Lifting Capacity The Two Demag Cc 2800 1 Cranes Were Perfect For This Lift” Says Hareket Crane Manager İbrahim Menzil While Explaining Why His Company Decided On These Specific Demag Units For The Lift. The Two Cranes Were Set Up With A Superlift Configuration. Crane 1 With A 48 Meter Main Boom And 150 Tonnes Of Superlift Counterweight; Crane 2 With A 48 Meter Main Boom As Well But With 250 Tonnes Of Superlift Counterweight. With These Configurations The Two Crawler Cranes Were Perfectly Prepared To Lift The Aqua Helix’s Sensitive Aluminum Hull In Tandem To A Height Of 8 Meters And A Hook Height Of 30 Meters After Which They Traveled Forward 20 Meters Under Load Before Gently Letting The Ship Down Into The Water. “The Lift With The Two Demag Cc 2800 1 Cranes Went Perfectly Smoothly Just As Expected So We Were Able To Finish The Job On Time And As Agreed” Crane Manager İbrahim Menzil Happily Summarizes. The Aqua Helix Then Took Off Towards The Netherlands Where It Will Be Getting Its Gangway After Which It Will Need To Prove Its Seaworthiness During A Series Of Tests In The North Sea.
Tcc 550 To Debut At Crane Fest
Link Belt Cranes Has Announced Production Of A New 55 Ton (45 Mt) Tcc 550 Will Begin Soon With Shipments Set To Begin In The Fourth Quarter Of 2021. The Tcc 550 Follows A Long Line Of Product Improvements And Introductions In Link Belt Cranes’ Telescopic Crawler Crane Family. The Predecessors To The Tcc 550 The Tcc 500 And The Tcc 450 Were Some Of The Very First Telescopic Crawler Models To Be Introduced Worldwide In 2006. New Boom The Tcc 550 Features A Full Power 36.5 To 115 Ft. (11 – 35 M) Four Section Boom With Two Boom Extend Modes (Em1 And Em2) And An Impressive Chart. The Entire Boom Is Greaseless And Includes Link Belt’s Proven Teflon Impregnated Wear Pads For Easy Maintenance. Fly Options Include A 28.5 – 51 Ft. (8.7 – 15.6 M) Two Piece Bi Fold Lattice Fly Stowable Offsetable To 2 20 And 40 Degrees; Maximum Tip Height Is 165.5 Ft (50.44 M). Operator Friendly Updates Durable Textured And Slip Resistant Paint On All Walking Surfaces Is New And Improves Footing. The Vision Package Includes Winch View Camera Rear View Camera And Right Side Swing Camera Giving The Operator Great Jobsite Visibility During Setup And Lifting. Anchor Points Are Located On The Work Platform Of The Tcc 550 For Personal Fall Arrest Equipment. The Standard Lighting Package Includes A High Intensity Led 360 Degree Work Light Mounted On The House And One High Intensity 360 Degree Led Light Attached At The Top Of The Boom Base Section. Both Lights Can Be Controlled Remotely Inside Of The Operator’s Cabin. Flexibility The Tcc 550 Can Work At Three Different Track Widths: 15 Ft 2.37 In (4.63m) Fully Extended 13 Ft 6.11 In (4.12 M) Intermediate And 11 Ft 5.24 In (3.49m) Retracted. It Has Two Travel Speeds And Can Travel Up To 2 Miles Per Hour (3.2 Kph) To Spend Less Time Traveling And More Time Lifting. Of Course Being A Link Belt The Tcc 550 Moves Quickly And Easily On Or Off The Job Site. With A Standard Counterweight Package Of 25000 Lbs (11 339.8 Kg) The Tcc 550 Transports In Just One Load While Staying Under 100000 Lbs (45 359.2 Kg). On The Trailer The Tcc 550 Travels At A Height Of 9 Ft 10.55 In (3.01 M) And A Width Of 11 Ft 5.24 In (3.49 M).
Building The World’s Largest Shipyard In Saudi
Named After The Present King Salman Of Saudi Arabia King Salman Global Maritime Industries Complex Is A Shipyard Under Construction In Ras Al Khair Saudi Arabia Which Will Be The World’s Largest Shipyard Upon Completion. Covering 3.08 Square Miles (4.96 Square Kilometers) With Several Dry Docks And At Least 15 Separate Piers The Complex Will Consist Of Four Major Areas Of Operation Including Shipbuilding Ship Repair Oil Rig Construction And Oil Rig Support. It Is Expected To Create More Than 80000 Job Opportunities And Drive A Gdp Growth Of Usd 17 Billion In Saudi Arabia. In November 2017 Saudi Signed A Three Billion Dollar Contract With China Power Construction Group To Build The Shipyard Facilities. Following 77 Units Of Sany Equipment Were Then Deployed For The Project Including Crawler Cranes And Rough Terrain Cranes Among Others. Heat Drought And Sandstorms Are Challenges Faced By Sany’s Construction And Service Team In Ras Al Khair. In Late March Of This Year Working At Full Speed Amidst The Pandemic This Batch Of Sany Equipment Completed The Construction Work Of Temporary Cutoff Wall Of Dry Dock No.2 Ahead Of Schedule A Milestone In The Construction Progress. “This Saudi Project Is Our Company’s Pioneering Project In The Middle East’s Medium To High End Market So It Should Set A Benchmark For Those To Come After And Thus Requires Perfection In The Construction Quality” Said Mr. Liu Jianfa Ceo Of China Power Construction Group.
Potain Introduces The New Igo T 99 Self Erecting Crane
The Potain Igo T Is A Versatile Telescopic Self Erecting Crane With A 6 T (6.6 U St) Capacity And A 48 M (157 Ft) Reach. Its 38.5 M (126 Ft) Height Under Hook Makes The Crane Ideal For A Variety Of Jobsites. Compact Transport Dimensions A Compact Footprint And An Innovative Unfolding Procedure Ease Travelling To Jobsites And Erecting Cranes In Tight Quarters. Potain Smart Set Up Technology Remote Controlled Operation And An Ergonomic Ultra View Cab Ensure The Crane Is Simple To Operate In A Wide Variety Of Scenarios. The New Potain Igo T 99 Ups The Ante For Self Erecting Cranes With Improved Capacity And Reach Over Previous Models But From The Same Compact Footprint That The Igo Series Is Known For Worldwide. The Impressive Capacity And Reach From This Compact Crane Will Enable Customers To Bid For And Complete More Jobs As Its Travel And On Site Dimensions Make The Crane Easy To Transport And Ideal For Jobsites With Tight Working Conditions. The Igo T 99 Features A 6 T (6.6 U St) Maximum Capacity And Maximum Reach Of 48 M (157 Ft). With The Jib Extended To 45 M (147 Ft) It Can Lift 1.5 T (1.6 U St) At The Tip. And When It’s Configured With 48 M (157 Ft) Of Jib It Can Lift 1.2 T (1.3 U St). This New Crane Features Plenty Of Vertical Reach Too. Its Height Under Hook Reaches 38.5 M (126 Ft) At Horizontal And When The Jib Is Raised To 30° It Can Reach 56.5 M (185 Ft). For Maximum Versatility On The Jobsite The Igo T 99 Can Work With Six Different Jib Lengths: 31.7 M (104 Ft) 32 M (104.9 Ft) (In A Folded Jib Position) 33.8 M (110.9 Ft) 40 M (131.2 Ft) 45 M (147.6 Ft) 48 M (157 Ft) Three Additional Mast Sections Can Be Added To The Crane Providing Seven Working Heights That Range From 20.5 M – 38.5 M (67.2 Ft – 126 Ft). Keeping Things Compact And Easy Transport To The Jobsite Is Made Easy By The Igo T 99’s Compact Dimensions. It Has A Total Transport Length Of Just 15.65 M (51.3 Ft) And Height Of Only 4 M (13.1 Ft) When Fitted With 80 Kmhr Axles (49.7 Mph). It Is Compatible With All Current Potain Igo And Igo T Transport Axles Which Adds Versatility For Customers With More Than One Igo In Their Fleet. The Igo T 99 Features The Compact Footprint And Ability To Work On Constricted Jobsites That Previous Generations Of Igo Cranes Are Known For. Its Footprint Measures Only 4.5 M X 4.5 M (14.7 Ft X 14.7 Ft) When Erected And A New Unfolding Mechanism Enables The Crane To Be Erected In Narrow Spaces Close To Buildings. This Mechanism Requires Less Ground Area Because The Crane Deploys From The Top After The Base Is Already Erected. Levelling The Igo T 99 Is As Simple As Adjusting A Support Screw And The Crane Can Be Powered From Both 480v 60hz And 400v 50hz Power Sources. With Potain Smart Set Up Software Operators Can Fully Erect And Decommission The Crane Using Only Its Remote Control. A Large Color Screen Shows Step By Step Progress Through An Intuitive Interface And Optimized Ergonomics Make It Comfortable To Use. Operators Also Use The Remote For Lifting Functions. An Operator Control Function Enables The Pre Programming Of Three Driving Profiles So Users Can Customize Crane Behaviour To Their Preferences. For Operators That Want To Operate From A Cab They Have Their Choice Of An Ultra View Or Ultra View Light Cab. Cab Access Is Compliant With The Latest Standards And Offers A Comfortable And Productive Work Environment. These Cabs Utilize The User Friendly Manitowoc Crane Control System (Ccs) That Has Become Standardized Across A Variety Of Potain Cranes. High Performance And Profitable Operation During Operation The Igo T 99 Is Quick And Productive. High Performance Lifting (Hpl) Technology Delivers High Speed Hoisting Even When Working At Maximum Load And Various Speeds Can Be Selected By The Operator To Match The Current Operation. With A Permanent Four Falls There Is No Need To Change The Rope Reeving On The Jobsite. A Newly Designed Electrical Cabinet Door Opens From The Top For Maintenance Access Providing Handy Weather Proofing For Technicians. The Electrical Cabinet Also Includes Convenient Dedicated Storage For The Remote Control Transmitter And Battery Charger. Manitowoc’s Crane Star® Diag Tool Ensures The Igo T 99 Stays Up And Running Flashing Warning Indicators For Working Hours Greasing Level Troubleshooting Maintenance And Much More. “The Newly Launched Potain Igo T 99 From Manitowoc Is A Highly Versatile Telescoping Self Erecting Crane With Streamlined Transport Options And Easier Than Ever Setup And Operation” Said Rémi Deporte Self Erecting Product Manager. “This Crane Will Enable Customers To Take On More Jobs And Achieve A Higher Return On Their Investment.”
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