Norway invites China to build a floating gondolas to salvage the sunken Aegis ship.

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Norway invites China to build a floating gondolas to salvage the sunken Aegis ship.

2018-12-02 20:25:28 243 ℃

Original title: Norway invites Chinese floating cranes to salvage the sunken Aegis ship.

[Global Net military reported on December 2nd] According to the latest photos released by the Norwegian media, a large floating crane named Rambis has arrived at the sinking scene of the frigate Helge Install. , began to salvage operations.

"Rambiz" was ordered by the Belgian marine salvage company "SCALDIS", Rotterdam, a Royal IHC shipyard in the Netherlands Vuyk Engineering Co., Ltd. coordinated the production and built it in Qidong, Jiangsu, China.

The floating crane is 108.00 meters long and 50.90 meters wide. It has a speed of 7 knots and a crew of 78 people.

The lifting weight of the two cranes on board is 2,000 tons, and the total installed capacity is 10450 kW. It has a capacity of 4,000 tons and an additional 3,000 tons of additional load.

Norwegian media said that the "Rambez" is unique in the world, she has two huge cranes The draught is shallow and there is a large deck work space on the boat. This crane can work in deep water and very shallow waters with great flexibility. The double crane design allows the vessel to lift large objects on its own, including large wrecks.

Editor: Yan Wenzhao