Load-out and sea-fastening of modules, Indonesia

Overview

ALE has performed the load-out and sea-fastening of four CCR modules on Batam Island, Indonesia.

 

Services Provided

The four CCR modules ranged between 114t – 362t.

ALE used up to 48 axle lines of SPMT to transport the modules 90°to the quayside,  where the barge was moored. A 282-class barge was moored using six 80mm nylon ropes and two 20t winches.

The modules were then loaded-out onto the barge and sea-fastened with a 20t capacity cord strap. ALE performed the ballasting with 12 mounted deck ballast pumps. As well as the sea-fastening design, ALE also provided the sea transportation studies.

ALE used standard dragline boards as grillages for the load-out of modules A and B.

Applied clits and stoppers were welded on each of the support legs.

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