OUCO customize the durability offshore cranes which can meet the working sea conditions of vessels, and Increase the safety convenience of working on supply vessels and various platforms.
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Offshore Cranes Manufacturer
OUCO takes care to manufacture offshore cranes to fulfill your needs.
An offshore crane is typically fixed to a host structure. When developing an offshore crane, we consider the distances from the crane at which various loads are to be lifted, the maximum weight the crane will lift, and the environmental conditions.
We manufacture various offshore crane types, such as electrical lattice, hydraulic-driven, platform offshore cranes, cranes on semi-submersible or ship-hulled mounts.
Simply message us, and we will supply you with a tailored solution.
OUCO Offshore Cranes
OUCO 1.5t36.6m Telescopic boom driven by electro-hydraulic. The crane is equipped with a rolled steel base, bolted or welded to the deck at a height of 1200 mm, with a working radius of 36.6m and a lifting height of 30m, and a lifting speed of 1-10m/min.
OUCO 5t15m Stiff Boom Offshore Crane can perform tasks such as lifting cargo and offshore construction. The luffing cylinder controls the boom luffing, the Hoisting Speed is 0~15m/min, with a working radius of 3M-15M, and the lifting height can reach 15M.
Why Choose OUCO Offshore Cranes?
OUCO is one of the best offshore crane manufacturers in China. We work with many offshore crane companies worldwide to supply reliable offshore cranes.
Starting from the selection of the most specialized steel to the careful design of additional features, OUCO has become one of the leading offshore crane suppliers on the market.
How to choose an offshore crane?
Offshore cranes are used on offshore and offshore oil platforms, with higher requirements for Sea state.
Therefore, compared with ordinary marine cranes, the products you choose also need to meet the following requirements:
- Wave Compensation System
- Wave Simulation Test
- Active Heave Compensation
- Simulation sea state test
- Suitable IP rating for offshore environment
Used In Heavy Sea
In order to meet your actual needs and usage environment, you’d better provide the following parameters (or two of them).
We will customize the offshore crane to your satisfaction.
- Beaufort Number
- Sea State Level
- Significant Wave Height
- Minimum Hoisting Speed (m/s)
- Dynamic Factor
- Off-lead Angle
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It is used to move people and products to and from vessels, containers, and projects.
Submersible installation of oil and gas extracting processes involves the employment of fully specialized cranes.
The furling knuckles pole crane equipped with deep-sea machinery is appropriate for this sector.
- Wind Turbine Park
Offshore projects, including erecting wind turbines or establishing oil platforms, demand extreme detail and protection.
These ships can maneuver themselves to their implementation area and self-support on the subsurface using four retractable anchors.
- Offshore Oil And Gas Production
Offshore cranes are often used for oil and gas producers operating installation, maintenance, and delivery.
The functional capacities, dimensions, and also construction methods of the cranes vary depending on the specific qualifications profiled.
All essential crane equipment is accessible via a platform, which offers the proper precaution throughout crane servicing.
- Offshore Heavy Lift Crane
The heavy-lift crane is specifically intended for wind energy development, and also for oil and gas, and also decommissioned industries.
This HLC’s primary feature is its modest structure.
The HLC 295000’s platform radius is only 17 meters, requiring little decking area.
Although its compact infrastructure, it holds power, capable of lifting up to 5,000 tons at a range of over 30 m.
This balance of compactness, immense power, and lightweight is unmatched.
- Luffing Crane
The rams luffing crane’s lightweight and portable structure, along with a massive amount capability of up to 100 tons, makes it great machinery.
Luffing crane makes it a great component of machinery for remotely piloted sites or floating containers.
The ram luffing crane RL is accessible to both electro-hydraulic and diesel-hydraulic engines and is classified for use in hazardous regions.
- Board Offshore Cranes
The Board offshore crane is a standard skew compression crane equipped with cables luffing system.
It is accessible in electro-hydraulic or diesel-hydraulic types.
- Offshore Pedestal Cranes
A pedestal-mounted crane is used for offloading supply ships, offshore assembly, pipe transfers, deck management, and subsea activities.
Moreover, Pedestal Mounted Cranes feature all operators within the crane cabin, maximizing deck area.
A pedestal-mounted crane has a lattice or box beam boom with various hoisting tackle for controlling the surge and lower sections.
- Mast Type Crane
Consumers who choose non-metallic slewing bearing will benefit from the standard slewing bearing concept.
A wide choice of sizes, editions, and credentials for exponential sectors expands the crane’s deployment range (MTC).
The crane is preferred in the oil and gas distillation industry.
- Compact Board Offshore Crane
It’s a great alternative for areas with a limited operational range and deck area.
The crane has also been operated on continuous systems, jack-ups, and tension-legged infrastructure.
This framework is augmented by crane substitution.
The edition is available in three different structure capacities.
- Knuckle Boom Crane Offshore
The luffing knuckle boom crane was specifically designed to be used in the oil and gas sectors.
Supplying and servicing tasks and also pipe management is all possible solutions.
The knuckle boom’s distinctive shape enhances the operating range and boosts the crane’s mobility.
- Crane Around The Leg
Due to the crane’s unique structure as a crane around the leg, it enables space-saving arrangements on the ships regardless of the crane’s capacity.
The parallel jib enables the crane to be parked across any of the ship’s forwards legs.
The crane is positioned in this manner to avoid obstructing the available deck space for loading the ship.
Cranes that are utilized for “regular” or “massive” duty ought to have regular inspections.
Those cranes in “extreme operation” are obliged to undergo quarterly inspections.
A crane that is inactive for over a month but less than six months must undergo all required inspections prior to operation.
In comparison to land-based cranes, offshore cranes are immobile constructions that cannot move with their cargoes.
Raising a cargo from a ship in rough seas exposes the offshore crane to forces not prevalent when moving from the crane’s hosts station deck.