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Over 1000 next generation Python Davit foundation cranes from Granda Cranes already in operation on worldwide offshore wind farms 

 
Patented main boom and other key facts about Python Davit foundation cranes:
 
  • In lowering mode, the patented Python main boom allows on-deck maintenance and the fitting of a temporary manual hoist for foundation commission work and man-riding attachment.

 

  • Third party accreditation available – Eg DNV.

 

  • Cranes can be certified at the foundation yard for offshore use (no need for offshore testing).

 

  • Davit uses no hydraulics. This reduces maintenance costs by approximately 60% and avoids the potential environmental impact of a hydraulic system either venting or failing altogether.

 

  • No working at height. Hoist, slew bearing, electrical control panel and front sheave are all accessible from either the laydown area or the WTG steps.

 


Granada Davit Crane are using by following companies' offshore wind farms :

Granada Cranes are leaders in the design and delivery of innovative, bespoke onshore and offshore cranes and equipment: overhead cranes, hoists and lifting gantries, jib cranes, exclusive Python offshore davit cranes, smart electronic controls and software.

World-class components

 

To ensure that all aspects of our offshore foundation cranes meet the most stringent standards, we have a policy of sourcing components, bearings, drive trains and electrical systems only from leading suppliers.
 
As well as ensuring exceptional quality, suppliers of such calibre provide us with a wealth of specialist advice and first-class product support for your project.
 
All materials and components are certified for offshore use and conform to all relevant standards for Lifting Appliances in a Marine Environment.
 
Our paint system is to ISO 12944 CX or NORSOK M501. Our man-riding emergency descent is to Applicable Standard Safety systems include automatic and manual override protection (AOPS and MOPS).
 

 

 

Product Highlights 

 
Patented main boom and other key facts about Python Davit foundation cranes:

1.. Radius 2m to 8m as standard
2.. Capacity up to 2000kg and 2meter wave height (Hs)
3. 316L Stainless steel brackets c/w nylon sheaves
4. Lift heights up to 40 meters
5. Drive train and slew mechanism from world class supply chain partners
6. SCADA connection available
7. Electrical control systems can be integral to the crane or remote mounted (plug and play)
8. Control Panel Board. Including light tower, socket and sounder
9. Baseplate design to suit foundation. (Transition piece or Jacket)
10. IP 67 cable seal
11. Manual slew drive 335˚ rotation (full rotation & electrical slew as option)
12. Full offshore safety system (AOPS, MOPS, ELL System)
13. Full 316L Stainless steel hook block
14. Duplex corrosion classification of galvanisation and organic paint system
15. Nylon parking station for hook block
16. Emergency access and egress approved
 
 
 


Granada Davit Crane are using by following companies' offshore wind farms :

Granada Davit Cranes
 
Granada are one of the world’s leading specialists in providing offshore lifting, inspection and maintenance services. Our expertise is extensive.
 
All materials and components are certified for offshore use and conform to all relevant standards for Lifting Appliances in a Marine Environment.
 
Our paint system is to ISO 12944 CX or NORSOK M501. Our man-riding emergency descent is to Applicable Standard Safety systems include automatic and manual override protection (AOPS and MOPS).

 

Over 1000 next generation Python Davit foundation cranes from Granda Cranes already in operation on worldwide offshore wind farms