Crane 2000 Ton

A crane vessel, crane ship or floating crane is a ship with a crane specialized in lifting heavy loads. The largest crane vessels are used for offshore construction. Conventional monohulls are used, but the largest crane vessels are often catamaran or semi-submersible types as they have increased stability. On a sheerleg crane, the crane is fixed and cannot rotate, and the vessel therefore is manoeuvered to place loads.

General Description
Name of Vessel SADAF 3000
Type of Vessel Seagoing Floating Sheerlegs Crane / Pull Barge
IMO No. 8415512
Classification LR + 100 A1 LA
Built 1985, 1993 A-Frame, 2003 modification
Dimensions
Length O.A. 91.85 m
Breadth 30.48 m
Depth 7.62 m
Draft Max. 6.28 m
Draft Min. 2.95 m
Tonnage
Gross Tonnage 5,688
Net Tonnage 1,706
Accommodation
Capacity 25 persons (can be increased)
Lift Capacity
Maximum Lift Capacities
Each tackle 800 t
With 2 outer tackles (A Frame) 1600 t
With 4 tackles (A Frame) 3000 t
Mooring System
Anchor System 6 point
Anchor Type 2 x 7 t (Flipper Delta)
4 x 5 t (Flipper Delta)
Anchor Wire 44 mm Dia., 1500 m length (each)
Winch System 2 x 40 t
4 x 35 t
Pulling System
Pulling Capacity 600 t (can be increased)
Pulling Anchor 4 x 12 t (Flipper Delta)
Pulling Winches 4 x 150 t
Pulling Winch Wire 75 mm Dia., 3000 m length (each)
Fire Fighting Equipment
Capacity 2 x 400 m3/h, 5 bar
Compressed Air Supply
Type 1 x 12 bar
1 x 8 bar
Power Supply
Main Generator 2 x 350 kW
Emergency Generator 1 x 65 kW

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