Standardized Temporary Offshore Lifting Structure

Conbit wishes to bring their standardized temporary offshore lifting systems back to the attention of the public. Over the years, these systems have been used by Conbit engineers and field crew for many offshore lifting projects. The valuable experience obtained has been used to further develop a standardized lifting structure.

The lifting capacity (5 – 45 tonnes) allows the installation of modules and components outside the reach of the platform crane. Alternatively offshore contractors used expensive crane vessels to install these modules. The interest from the market resulted in contracts for the installation of skimmer tanks, living quarters and additional lay down areas. Conbit has an extensive track record with regard to these kinds of lifts. Its structural engineering background with the added value of its offshore teams and systems provide the competitive advantage. The combination of special lifting and engineering competencies also contribute to safety and efficiency in offshore lifting projects.

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