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Pulling of five modules, Mexico

Overview:

ALE has successfully performed the load-out of the five modules from its construction site at Espadanal yard to the quayside in Tabasco, Mexico.

 

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Module 1 – perforation module-machines

The module, weighing 452t and measuring 10m (W) x 13m (H) x 20m (D), was the first of five structures to be loaded-out. ALE installed two pulling units HLS2000 at the module´s frame, which were connected with nine cables each. The dynamic friction oscillated between 12% and 15%. The activity last 3 working effective days, reaching a distance approximately of 35m in 6 hours synchronised with ballasting activities.

 

Module 2 – pumps unit

The bombs module-machines was the second of five to be loaded-out and weighed 362t. As part of the second phase of the overall project, the module was loaded-out from the construction site to the quayside until it reached the barge.  ALE installed two pulling units at the module´s frame which were each connected to six cables. The dynamic friction oscillated between 12% and 15%. The movement lasted two working days, reaching a distance approximately of 35m in 6 hours.

 

Module 3 – storage unit

The module, weighing 200t and measuring 7m (H), 7m (W) and 21m (D), was the third of five structures to be loaded-out its construction site to dockside.

ALE installed 2 pulling units HLS2000 at the module´s frame which were connected with nine cables each. The dynamic friction oscillated between 12% and 15%. This process was repeated because of the long distance.

The module was pulled approximately of 110m in 18 hours, synchronised with ballasting activities.

 

Module 4 – module-machines unit

The module-machines unit 1, the fourth of five structures to be transported and loaded-out, was transported from its construction site at Espadanal Yard, Tabasco, to the quayside. ALE installed two pulling units at the module´s frame which were connected with 20 cables each. The dynamic friction oscillated between 12% and 15%. The modules were transported 115m and was carried out in two phrases.  Once at the quayside, the module was loaded-out onto the barge. This was completed in 20 hours with synchronised ballasting activities.

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