REM-B Hydraulics uses Enerpac pump to improve lifting security

Belgium based mostly REM-B Hydraulics has developed a hydraulic shackle launch powerpack based mostly on Enerpac’s cordless XC-Series hydraulic pump for connecting and releasing one thousand tonne, eighty five m excessive, offshore wind turbine bases throughout quayside lifting onto a pontoon.
REM-B Hydraulics’ system removes the requirement for lengthy hoses by utilizing a battery-powered, Enerpac XC pump to operate a bi-directional valve linked to a cylinder that strikes the pin connecting the shackle. – Image: REM-B Hydraulics
REM-B Hydraulics developed the powerpacks for international steel construction company, Smulders. The self-contained, remote-controlled hydraulics powerpacks are a safer different to long lengths of hydraulic hoses connected to a quayside pump.
Lifting 85m excessive fabricated turbine bases from the quayside on to a barge for shipping offshore requires shackles to connect the turbine base to a three-point lifting body and crane. Engaging and releasing the shackles is done using a double appearing valve arrangement powered by quayside pump connected by lengthy hoses. Smulders was looking for a much less complicated and safer technique of participating and releasing the shackles with out the need for lengthy hoses.
Attached to every leg of the lifting body, the REM-B Hydraulics’ system removes the requirement for lengthy hoses by utilizing a battery-powered, Enerpac XC pump to function a bi-directional valve connected to a cylinder that strikes the pin connecting the shackle. The whole system is contained in a compact metallic case with an exterior aerial linking every unit to a wi-fi controller. For elevated เกจวัดแรงดันน้ำมันเบนซิน , the shackle pins are activated sequentially.
Weighing 9.9 kg, the Enerpac XC-Series hydraulic pump is provided with an environment friendly electrical motor powered by an industrial grade 28-volt, Lithium-Ion battery, delivering exceptional speed and run time and is designed for distant outdoor places.
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