JonRie’s New Towing System for Crystal Cutler

Monday, November 29, 2010
Photo courtesy JonRie InterTech LLC

JonRie commissioned its new Series 500 Towing System on the new 1,200 kW Tug Crystal Cutler built for Poling and Cutler Marine Transportation, Freehold, NJ USA. The winch features JonRie's independent drive level wind and also features an independent drive gypsy head. The winch boast a line pull of 25 tons, a line speed of 18 M/m and drum brake with the capacity of 125 tons. The capacity of the drum is 500 M of 38mm wire. JonRie also designed and supplied the Boat Deck Console, Control System, HPU and Pilot House Drum Slip Alarm and Abort System. The Tug will tow its new 30,000 bb barge in the New Yorks shallow harbors, rivers and water ways.

 

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