Conbit has developed a set of modular temporary-crane equipment. A wide variety of temporary cranes can be assembled from the modules. If you require a custom temporary crane, Conbit can provide an assembly that matches your lifting requirements.
Riggers and service technicians from Conbit’s rigging teams support equipment users in the field. We use this pool of riggers as a flexible workforce. They are working on servicing the Conbit developed tools and can be deployed on turnkey lifting contracts. The combination of hardcore engineering and the field expertise makes Conbit a valuable partner for the offshore industry.
Conbit, as a lifting company developed a flexible and modular temporary crane system. This system can be used to build a crane at any location.
Conbit has designed many special cranes using its modular parts.
At Conbit we have special winches that are verified for offshore use and can add value to your project.
We supply single-boom cranes with lifting capacities ranging from 1 to 30 tonnes. Single-boom cranes can also be used in a duo-lift setup to double the total lifting capacity.
As a result of using Conbit’s heavy lifting equipment, many operations are more effective and safer than setting up huge cranes or crane vessels. Conbit provides:
From design specifications for the new lifting or handling tool to a fully detailed engineering package, the Conbit equipment design team will guide the process to the final delivery of the project.
Mechanical, electrical, and mechatronics competencies are available within the team complemented by strong welding competencies and a group of users within the company. Conbit’s design team is your partner to develop your new lifting and handling tool.
Fabrication and assembly
Conbit works with a strong network of fabricators and component suppliers. The Conbit team oversees the entire manufacturing process to comply with the quality manuals produced during the design phase. QA/QC Engineers safeguard the quality of the fabrication process.
The equipment design team coordinates the integration of the tools into the work package and procedures of the end user. Conbit’s riggers support the first time set up and will train the client’s crew. The design team works closely with Conbit’s service team riggers.