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Danilei grab ship unloader at ArcelorMittal Ghent in Belgium

Steel News - Published on Fri, 17 May 2019

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Danieli Cranes is executing the installation of a 50-ton Grab Ship Unloader for ArcelorMittal Ghent. In mid-March 2019 and with the collaboration of the heavy-lift service group Sarens, Danieli made a positive roll off and positioning on the rail of the new handling system, after 90° rotation on the quay of ArcelorMittal Ghent. The crane arrived from Bilbao on the barge Caroline (Sarens) after a six-day voyage. It was completely assembled at Bilbao port, including on-board piping and electrical circuits and cold commissioning (all movements and automatic sequences were checked without load).

Standing 60 meters tall, with the lifting capacity of 50 tons, 48 on the sea, maximum unload capacity of 2,000 tons, double trolleys configuration and a main trolley stroke of 82 meters, our crane (class A8/M8) is ready to unload materials for vessels up to 150,000 tons.

It was designed entirely in 3D, including the on-board circuit and electrical distribution, in order to minimize/avoid welding on site.

In June 2017 a jack up of 1,200 tons was performed with a purpose of moving the upper part into position including more than 14 hours of activities and two weeks of preparation.

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Posted By : Sanju Moirangthem on Fri, 17 May 2019
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