Danfoss Helps propelling the Worlds Biggest Crane Ship
Danfoss is industries most reliable name. Danfoss engineers technologies that enable the world of tomorrow to do more with less. Sleipner is being worked with Danfoss drives, set to guarantee that the counterbalance water is pumped to the back of the crane dispatch as counterweight when the cranes are in operation. What's more, Danfoss will supply drives to be utilized for 12 sets of position mooring winches and give a turnkey arrangement that incorporates venture administration, designing, documentation, and conveyance of custom-fabricated encased drives and transformers.
"This is the initial move towards increasing more piece of the pie in this alluring marine market. The pipeline continues developing and with this win, we are in a decent position to accomplish our objectives despite the fact that the market circumstance stays testing," says Søren Kvorning, Head of Asia, Pacific and India Area, Danfoss Drives.
Sleipnir will be furnished with two 10,000 MT cranes and will have the capacity to play out different ultra-overwhelming lifts, some of which will be in the abundance of 15,000 MT. The vessel will be able to introduce bigger modules than right now conceivable, with existing hardware.
Heading for the Mediterranean and the North Ocean
At the point when Sleipner is operational in 2019, it will set out toward its initially contracted honors. The main contract is from Respectable Vitality Mediterranean, Ltd. for transportation and establishment administrations related with the Leviathan Generation Stage in the Mediterranean Ocean. The second transport and establishment contract has been granted by Maersk Oil for the new generation and living quarters stages as a feature of their Tyra Future undertaking.
The accomplices behind the Tyra-field, Maersk Oil and Danish Underground Consortium (DUC) has recently conceded to an arrangement worth DKK 21bn remaking and growing Tyra, the biggest interest in the Danish segment of the North Ocean.