Enerpac has approached rigging designer to build a 25 ton auxiliary crane placed on a pontoon. The pontoon is designed for placing concrete pillars in the sea. This is done with 2 taps that each have a work load limit of 2,400 tons. The portal crane is used for various hand and span services for the purpose of the main cranes.

The auxiliary tap of the bag is equipped with the latest technology, which allows it to be monitored remotely. Important data like: disturbances, movements of the crane, loads of the crane, wind velocities and fluctuations are tracked and there can be sent on. These are also important parameters for planning maintenance work.
The crane is completely under-approved with guidance of office Veritas. The crane was finally delivered in Poland and will pave its way around the world to carry out work.

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