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2 Nos of Floating Dock Cranes Succesfully Delivered to Turkish Navy

2 No of 15 ton capacity floating dock cranes delivered to Turkish Naval Shipyard at Golcuk. The new cranes will replace historic 1923 model elder cranes working on the Floating Dock No-II.

New delivery ISKAR floating dock cranes have a rail span of 3.5 meters and an outreach of 22 meters. Level luffing, lattice boom type cranes are equipped with latest technology VFD drives, PLC, load moment limiter and CE class safety equipment. Design approval and manufacturing inspection and load test are witnessed and certified by Turk Loydu Foundation (TL).

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4 Nos Floating Dock Cranes Delivered to Baku

4 Nos of hydraulic actuated fixed type floating jib cranes are successfully delivered to our Russian Customer. The end user of the cranes is Baku Limanı, Neptune Floating Dock.

5t x 32m capacity slewing cranes are equipped with an ergonomic cabin, Rexroth hydraulic power pack and motors, suitable for harsh environmental conditions. As an outstanding feature, these cranes are equipped with special type hydraulic crane control blocks, which enables independent stepless speed control for all movements on an open-type hydraulic circuit actuated by a single AC electric motor.

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700 t Goliath Crane Design Works

ISKAR proudly offers our double girder Goliath crane, which is designed for one of the largest shipyards in Turkey. The crane has two trolleys with a hoisting capacity of 350 t each and a hammerhead service crane positioned on the fixed leg. The Goliath fully applies to F.E.M. Regulations and latest safety rules & regulations. Latest crane technology is essential as our all products.

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2 Nos of Floating Dock Cranes Succesfully Delivered to Turkish Navy

ISKAR delivered 2 nos. Floating Dock Cranes for the Floating Dock No I located in Gölcük Shipyard, the Mother Base of the Turkish Naval Forces.2 No of 15 ton capacity floating dock cranes delivered to Turkish Naval Shipyard at Golcuk. The new cranes will replace historic 1923 model eldar cranes.

This was an important delivery for ISKAR since these dock cranes are the 6 & 7th delivery of the same model to the Turkish Navy

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Hydraulic Crane Model Range Introduced

Knuckle type jib cranes are very advantageous due to their compact structure which minimizes the space occupied on the platform/deck of the ships. The operation of a folding-jib system is very flexible and changeable. The hook can easily reach sea surface even the wire rope is not spooled off from the drum, which enhances the precision of material handling operation, especially for fishing boats.

These type of cranes have widely employed fishing boats, research boats, engineering vessels and subsea operation vessels. The articulated jib, also named as “knuckle jib” or “folding jib”, can be presented positioned close to the load. This maneuver minimizes the pendulum effect. Moreover, more space on deck will be available for vessels primary operations, since the parking space required for the crane is very limited.

One electric motor mounted vertically in crane column drives the main variable displacement pump. The hydraulic circuit is of open loop type with load sensing feedback control. Built-in heaters in the oil tank and a separate cooling circuit is implemented to ensure cranes operation in severe climatic conditions.

Both pressure line and return line filters include digital clogging indicators. Built in hydraulic oil tank in crane tower together includes fluid level low switch, temperature and pressure gauges with a digital indicator, breather, cover for cleaning, oil level sight glass together with thermometer and heaters.

Distribution of the generated fluid power is directed to consumers by using the “Crane Type” servo-proportional valve. This valve enables independent operation of systems with speed control. Hoisting, luffing and slewing movements of the crane are controlled by joysticks on operator’s console. All movements are proportionally controllable from zero to max speed.

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