160' x 50' Deck Crane Barge 100 ton Rating And 4500 Manitowoc Crane

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ID: 5773

REF:
p1hd
Year:
1942
Flag:
US:
Location:
Hawaii
Price:
Price on Request
Length:
160'
Beam:
51'
Draft:
13'
Class:
Details:
160' x 50' Deck Crane Barge 100 ton Rating And 4500 Manitowoc Crane For Sale.

Dimensions: 160' x 51' x 13'
Winches: 50,000# Line pull
BU-140 winches central air control

Machinery:
60 KW Generator
ships air below deck

Mooring Array:
1-1/4" Wire Rope
Fixed Turning Blocks and Berger Fairleads
6-Ton Anchors
Crane: 4500 Manitowoc
Rated 100 Tons Over Stern
Boom Length 127'
Gross Tons: 925 Tons
Net Tons: 925 Tons

Additional barge specifics
30 kw generator below decks
100 gal day tank.
7200 gallon below deck fuel tank.
Electric pump system with deck fueling station.
2 ea. BU-140 waterfall winches
Central Air Control station.
Drums 1800 ft. 1.25 wire
6 bergers for dredge set up flexibility.
Engineered crane tie down system.
$400k investment during 2012 dry-docking.

Crane specifics:
Crane substantially rebuilt over two years ending 2015; $541,000.00

4500 digging machine with factory installed third drum. Independent boom hoist, new engine and hydraulics 2014.
Boom renewal of lacings, complete sandblast/paint.
Rebuilt house rollers
Raised cab 5 feet.

Additional Equipment Available:
10 yard environmental material bucket
7 yard Hawco modified heavy material bucket (26,000 lb)
3.5 yard heavy digging bucket (small for the 4500)
42 x 10 Payco pile leads 100 ft long
APE D 36 -42, Hydraulic trip (rebuilt fuel system)
Hydraulic Spotter capable of 3 to 1 batter piles
Various sized anchors (4 x 6 ton, 6 x 15 ton, and 1 x 8 ton

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The vessel was found to be an all steel, welded deck barge, originally built in 1942 for the U.S.Army by American Bridge Company in Ambridge, Pennsylvania. Its hull was divided by two longitudinal and five transverse, watertight bulkheads into a raked bow,square transom stern and 12 mid body compartments. The barge was outfitted with two double drum anchor winches and a Manitowoc 4500 crawler crane. Registered hull dimensions were 160.0' x 51.0' x 13.5'.

BOW COMPARTMENT
The port bow side plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/8" with no one area worthy of specific mention, except as follows:The port bow side plating was generally lightly washboarded from 0-1/2" with internal vertical framing outlined in way.The port bow corner plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/8" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The port bow corner plating was fitted with a 10" half-pipe rub rail just below deck level, which made sighting the plate below difficult. The half-pipe rub rail was distorted from 0-1" over an area measuring 8" x 8" on the radius of the corner.The head log plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/8" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The head log plating was fitted with a 10" half-pipe rub rail just below deck level, which made sighting the plate below difficult. The half-pipe rub rail was distorted from 0-1" for a length of10', extending inboard from the starboard bow corner.The starboard bow corner plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/8" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The starboard bow corner plating was fitted with a 10" half-pipe rub rail just below deck level,which made sighting the plate below difficult. The starboard bow side plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-1/2" with no one area worthy of specific mention, except as follows:The starboard bow side plating was distorted from 0-2", over an area measuring 2' x 2',centered 3' below deck and 4' aft the starboard bow corner.The starboard bow side plating was equipped with a 72" heavy equipment tire fender, which was hung from chains shackled to pad eyes welded on the side shell.


STARBOARD SIDE
The starboard side and gunwale plates in way of the mid body compartments contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/4" with no one area worthy of specific mention, except as follows:

The starboard side plating was distorted from 0-1" over an area measuring 2' x 4', centered6' below deck and extending aft from the No. 1 mid body compartment forward bulkhead.The starboard side plating was equipped with twenty two (22) 72" heavy equipment tire fenders,which were hung from chains shackled to pad eyes welded to the side shell.

STERN COMPARTMENT
The starboard stern side plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-1" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The starboard stern corner plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/8" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The starboard stern corner plating was fitted with a 10" half-pipe rub rail just below deck level,which made sighting the plate below difficult. The stern log plates contained scattered abrasions and minor indentations from 0-1/2" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The stern log plating was fitted with a 10" half-pipe rub rail just below deck level, which made sighting the plate below difficult. The port stern corner plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-1/2" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The port stern rake knuckle plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-1/2"with no one area worthy of specific mention.The port stern corner plating was fitted with a 10" half-pipe rub rail just below deck level, which made sighting the plate below difficult.

The port stern side plates contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-1/2" with no one area worthy of specific mention, except as follows:T
he port stern side plating was distorted from 0-3/4" over an area measuring 2' x 3', centered6' below deck and 6' forward the port stern corner

PORT SIDE
The port side and gunwale plates in way of the mid body compartments contained scattered abrasions and indentations from 0-3/4" with no one area worthy of specific mention.The port side plating was equipped with an 18" diameter, cylindrical rubber fender, which was hung longitudinally along the side shell by way of chains shackled to pad eyes welded to the hull.

DECK
Deck Fittings:
Deck fittings appeared to be in good order unless otherwise noted and consisted of the following:
Bow: 10" double bitts to port and starboard
Baier, flush mounted access hatch to port and starboard
Anchor fairlead to port and starboard
Tow bridle pad eye to port and starboard equipped with 2.5" studded link tow bridle Port and Starboard Mid body

Compartments:
(6) Baier, flush mounted access hatches to port and starboard
(3) 48" cleats to port and starboard Stern:
10" double bitt to port and starboard
Anchor fairlead to port and starboard

Anchor Winches:
Fore and aft facing, double-drum anchor winches were welded to the port side of the barge atamid ships. Each winch was powered by a Detroit Diesel, 6-71, marine diesel engine through a Twin Disc torque converter and chain drive. The winch drums were each spooled with approximately 1,500' of 1.25" steel anchor wire, which extended to their respective anchor fairleads and anchors.
A steel anchor winch control tower with an aft stairway was located above the winches. The control tower was painted blue and had windows in every bulkhead for visibility of the winch drums and all four anchors. A steel control panel was located along the starboard bulkhead in the tower below the windows.

The control panel was outfitted with the following:
Fore and aft winch motor throttle actuators
Fore and aft winch motor transmission selector
No. 1 - No. 4 drum friction actuators
No. 1 - No. 4 drum brake actuators
No. 1 - No. 4 drum dog actuators

Uniden VHF marine radio

Crane:
A Manitowoc 4500 crawler crane, built in 1959, was secured by large turnbuckles and shackles to a 12" x 12" hardwood timber mat on the stern portion of the deck. The crane had a 127' boom and was painted blue on its exterior. The crane was powered by a Cummins, VT 600, diesel engine rated at 550 horsepower. A Dyna-Gem, 20kW generator powered by a Perkins, four-cylinder, radiator cooled generator motor was also housed in the crane body. Safe working loads of the crane at 127' of boom were as follows:
Boom Angle ....Radius .....Safe Working Load
76°..................35'...........170,000 lbs
70°..................50'...........104,000 lbs.
62°..................65'...........74,000 lbs.
45°..................95'...........44,000 lbs
35°..................110'.........36,000 lbs
27°..................120'.........31,000 lbs

COATINGS
The black, exterior hull coatings appeared to be in good condition and approximately 98% intact. The gray, non-skid deck coatings were in good condition and appeared to be approximately 90% intact.

INTERIOR COMPARTMENTS
A steel access trunk with a six-dog watertight door provided access to a steel stairway with non-skid treads that led down to the below deck machinery and storage spaces.

Generator Compartment:
The generator room was located at the forward extreme of the hull compartments.
The exposed steel overhead and bulkheads were painted white, and a combination of plywood panels and fiberglass reinforced grating covered the bottom framing.
The compartment was dry and clean and internal coatings were in very good condition.
The generator room was generally utilized for storage, but did contain a Marathon Electric,Magna plus, 40 kW generator powered by a John Deere, four-cylinder, generator motor.

Rigging Room:A six-dog watertight door in the aft bulkhead of the generator room opened to the rigging room. The overhead and bulkheads in the rigging room were painted white and the steel deck plating was painted gray. The compartment was dry and clean and internal coatings were in very good condition.The compartment was utilized for stowing miscellaneous pieces of rigging such as wire, synthetic slings, turnbuckles, mooring line, spare anchor wires and spare parts for the crane and anchor winches.
The rigging room was also equipped with a Quincy, QT-10, air compressor mounted atop a 150 gallon air receiver and powered by a 10 horsepower electric motor

Barge Office:
A six-dog watertight door in the aft bulkhead of the rigging room opened to the barge office. The steel overhead and bulkhead plating in the office were painted white and the deck was painted gray. The compartment was clean and dry, and internal coatings were in very good condition.
The barge office was mostly open space, but it did contain a steel desk and an engineer's table for the crew to maintain logs and store plans and drawings. The barge's 14,000 gallon diesel oil tank was situated along the aft bulkhead.

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