- Anchor Mooring Systems
A mooring system is composed of mooring line, anchor and connector. It is used for station keeping of a ship or floating platform in all water depths. A mooring line connects an anchor on the seafloor to a floating structure. Anchor mooring systems use two or more (often three) light-weight and temporary anchors set in an equilateral arrangement....
- Tugger Winch
Tugger winch is specially designed for the service on offshore support vessels, such as AHTS (anchor handling tug supply), multi-role field supplier and work barges. A small hydraulic tugger winch is often designed to help the crew to operate heavy towing gears, such as chain bridles, towing plates and large towing wires used in anchor handling or ship handling work. This electric tugger winch is usually equipped behind the superstructure at the cargo deck of offshore vessels. Tugger winch is widely used for deck handling winches and pipeline handling winches or even dragging items along tracks. Our company can provide various sizes of hydraulic tugger winches from 10 tonne to 30 tonne....
- Shark Jaw And Towing Pin
Shark jaw and towing pin have many standard features, such as raising or lowering heavy duty marine grade hydraulic cylinders, remotely controlled operations, etc. When shark jaws are raised, there is no load on the hydraulic cylinders and emergency release system. Jaw inserts are replaceable for different chain sizes and third party certification....
- Mooring Winch
A mooring winch is a piece of marine device to hold a boat in place. The winch contains a drum divided into working part and storage part. Sailors can wrap rope, chain, or cable around the drum. There are single drum and double drum mooring winches with or without auto-tension device. Non-asbestos band brake and warping head are fixed on the main shaft....