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Conbit's new knuckble boom crane on project location
22/4/2018

Conbit Enhances Offshore Lifting Capabilities With New Knuckle Boom Crane

Conbit has enhanced its rental crane fleet by investing in a new knuckle boom crane ideal for specialized offshore lifting.

The CK050F temporary offshore lifting crane is a telescopic knuckle boom. It is designed for offshore lifting and is ATEX certified for offshore applications.

The crane allows the operation of multiple functions simultaneously, including slewing, luffing, and lifting. It has continuously variable speed control, from zero to maximum speed. The crane is also extremely versatile as it can lift up to 9.7t on platforms or at harbors, or up to 5t for wave heights up to 2.5m.

Its small footprint is hugely beneficial for deck crane replacements, maintenance, wireline services, and installation operations on offshore facilities with limited space and no regular cranes available.

The crane can be easily deployed anywhere in the world. It can be disassembled into small components and containerized for easy handling.

“By introducing this unique crane into our fleet, we can really strengthen our offshore lifting capabilities and offer a crane that is ideally suited to many different applications. It is lightweight and versatile, making it hugely beneficial when there is restricted site space and limited lifting resources,” explained Bram van Oirschot, Tender Manager for Conbit.

Conbit new knuckle boom crane at first load test

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