Its exceptional capacity means modules can be installed directly onto ship’s hulls, utilising the same design as the other SK cranes for unparalleled lifting power in a compact plot area with flexible ring configuration.
Despite being the world’s biggest crane based on land, the SK10,000’s central ballast design eliminates the need to install a full ring or crane track. It only needs the section required for the project – reducing occupancy of the lifting area by up to 45%.
Containerised design and fast-assembly features minimise mobilisation and assembly time. ALE’s specialists can assemble the crane in a matter of weeks using standard plant and a crawler crane.
Compact footprint comparable to smaller cranes enables the SK10,000 to be assembled on site with minimal disruption to site operations. Large lifting and outreach capabilities enables it to pick and lift items to many positions without the need for separate transport systems.