Dreggen Gets Dredger Gantry Crane Order

Thursday, January 20, 2005
Two Chineses built dredgers will feature Dreggen gantry cranes. The dredgers will be built at Tianjin Xinhe Shipbuilding in China. The Electric Gantry travelling deck crane DKG400 25T-15,5m / 5T-17,5m is installed to facilitate repairs and maintenance of the dredging installation and for handling of heavy weights up to 25 tons. The value of the order is $1 million.

The outreach of the crane is 15.5 m. The crane will travel along the vessel at a frequency step less controlled travelling speed of 0-10 m/min and slewing speed of 0,25 rpm.

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