85m Floating Crane Barge 2000 Ton Lift For Sale.
Owners inviting best offers upon inspection.
Including: 2 Hydraulic 2000hp Hydraulic Thrusters in stock with Cat Engines for USD $4.2m (brand new) for both units while for USD $8.8 Million, Buyers will have it All Thrusters units and 2000 T Floating Crane Barge.
Built : 1980 by Hyundai Heavy Industries. South Korea
Dimension : 85m x 45m x 4.3m
Lifting Capacity : 4x500ton (2000 ton)
Lifting Height : 73.5 m
M/E : 3 x 760 PS
Location : TBD; Upon LOI further Inspection interest.
Condition: In good maintenance condition, operational, all in order.
Asking Price: USD $4.6 Mil, as is/ where is.
We can install quickly all the Thrusters equipment together on board of 2000 T Floating Crane Barge and the vessel will become Self-propelled/ HL Crane Barge (if required: with any preferable DPS Class 1, 2 or 3).
Type Modular Diesel-Hydraulic Thruster
Mounting Configuration Separate HPU with Thruster Mounted on Deck or Platform
Thruster Material of Construction ASTM A36, Grade B Carbon Steel
Prime Mover Caterpillar 3516B Radiator Cooled Diesel Engine
Thruster Continuous Rating 2,000 BHP
Fixed-Pitch Propeller 83-inch Kaplan Accelerator Series
Nozzle Type Kort 19A
Propeller Material of Construction Nickel-Aluminum Bronze
Steering Range 360 Degree Non-Stepping
Hydraulic Flow 1,122 U.S. GPM
Hydraulic Pressure 2,635 PSID
Nominal Static Bollard Thrust 45,000 LBF
Nominal Weight of Each Thruster 70,000 LBM
OUTBOARD HYDRAULIC THRUSTER UNIT, MODEL OD-2000N
A.1 Outboard Drive Assembly:
The outboard drive assembly includes the steering motor, drive and stem
rotation mechanisms, outboard stem, propeller hydraulic motor, propeller,
nozzle and outboard tilt mechanisms. The outboard drive assembly is a
totally sealed, self-contained unit with convenient means provided for
checking, draining and filling of lubricants. Routine servicing of the outdrive
does not require disassembly of the unit. The thruster is completely
marinized and suitable for marine service.
Pivot points shall be incorporated in the outboard drive to allow elevation of
the stem for inspection or maintenance. Elevation (tilt) is accomplished
without disconnecting the outboard drive from the main power source so that
operational control may be returned immediately and to permit maintenance
and repair without employing divers or drydocking the vessel.
Hydraulic Power Tilt System:
The thruster unit incorporates a hydraulic power tilt system capable of
elevating the outboard drive assembly through an arc of 90 degrees.
Hydraulic oil supply for the power tilt mechanism is supplied by the steering
and tilt hydraulic pump. Power tilt hydraulic cylinders and piston rods are
constructed of suitable alloys to prevent marine atmospheric corrosion.
Cylinder rods are chromium plated. The cylinders are of sufficient volume
and stroke to provide the full 90 degree arc of the outboard drive while
subjected to full propeller thrust loading.
The outdrive assembly stem length will be matched to suit the vessel depth
and sponson deck elevation as to provide proper propeller submergence.
Maximum stem length is 35 feet. Longer lengths available at additional cost.
Propeller and Nozzle:
The thruster unit is equipped with a Kaplan accelerator series nickel-
aluminum bronze, four-blade, high-thrust, monoblock propeller contained in a
Kort 19A nozzle. The nominal diameter of the propeller is 81 inches and the
blade pitch and disk area ratio shall be such that maximum static bollard
thrust is achieved.
The thruster unit is equipped with electric over hydraulic steering, with a
hydraulic steering motor interconnected with a drive and rotation mechanism
powered by the steering and tilt hydraulic pump. The unit steers 360 degrees
continually, without stops, while subjected to full propeller thrust, facilitating
the vessel=s ability to maneuver nearly independent of wind and wave
excitation forces. The steering speed is three (3) RPM and is field
Propeller Hydraulic Motor:
Each thruster unit has a bi-directional, variable-speed piston motor directly
driving the propeller shaft. The hydraulic motor is installed inside the
fabricated steel lower outdrive housing. The propeller shaft is supported by
large, oil-lubricated taper roller bearings. The motor produces a rotative
speed of 279 RPM. Propeller speed can be infinitely controlled providing
excellent maneuvering ability and performance equivalent to controllable
pitch propellers. Pressure limiters and cross reliefs protect the hydraulic
transmission in the event of propeller blockage. The propeller can be stalled
at any time without causing damage to the transmission.
The propeller shaft oil-lubricated taper roller bearings have an L10 service life
in excess of 20,000 hours based on operation at full load.
Each thruster is provided with flanges and quick disconnect couplings for the
interconnecting hoses to the HPU. A NEMA-4X enclosure is provided for
electrical cable connection to transmit steering angle sensor data.
Feedbacks for thrust and azimuth output to the DPS computer are provided.
The outboard drive assembly is supported by a common steel mini-skid
arrangement, containing the hydraulic tilt cylinders and suitable for mounting
to the vessel=s deck or to sponson decks by bolt-down or welding. Mounting
on sponson decks will allow for 90 degree tilt of the thruster units parallel to
the side and centerline of the vessel.
DIESEL-HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT AND ACCESSORIES
B.1 Diesel-Hydraulic Power Unit:
A containerized diesel-hydraulic power unit is provided for each thruster
outdrive and is suitable for remote mounting at any convenient deck space
on the vessel. Each diesel-hydraulic power unit consists of a radiator-cooled
marine diesel prime mover, hydrostatic main hydraulic pumps operating in a
closed-loop hydraulic system, hydraulic and engine cooling equipment,
hydraulic reservoir, filters, hoses and piping, engine exhaust system and all
other related parts and equipment. Engine and hydraulic components are
enclosed in a specially modified ISO 40 foot container suitable for ocean
B.2 Diesel Prime Mover:
Each hydraulic propulsion unit is powered by a Caterpillar 3516B DITA skid-
mounted, radiator-cooled, direct-injected, turbo-charged, 4-stroke, 16-
cylinder diesel engine continuously rated for 2,000 BHP at 1,600 RPM. The
diesel engine drives a hydraulic pump package providing motive power for
the propeller and steering of the outdrive. Engine start is by local control
B.3 Engine Accessories:
The engine is complete with electronic variable-speed governor, water jacket
and pump, engine flywheel adapter for hydraulic pump package, electric start
motor, alternator, and all standard accessories such as air, fuel and lube oil
filters, and low lube oil and high jacket water temperature alarms.
B.4 Electronic Engine Instrumentation:
An electronic instrument panel is located on the side of the engine and
includes a main display module, gauge cluster module, engine control switch,
pyrometer, emergency stop pushbutton, and engine alarm and
B.5 Cooling System:
Engine cooling is through a fin-fan radiator heat exchanger designed for high
ambient temperature (52 1C/125 1F) operation. The cooling system is a
closed-loop system complete with thermostats, housing and belt-driven
centrifugal jacket water pump. Engine coolant is used for cooling of the
engine block and head as well as the engine lube oil system via the engine
lube oil cooler. The engine cooling radiator is remote mounted on the top of
the HPU enclosure.
B.6 Exhaust System:
The engine is provided with a dry exhaust manifold and is attached through a
flexible connection to a vertical muffler located on the top of the enclosure.
B.7 Electrical System:
Heavy duty, deep cycling, lead-acid liquid electrolyte, size 8D marine
batteries are installed for 24 VDC starting and operation and are provided
with a 110 VAC battery chargers. 110 VAC lighting is installed to facilitate
maintenance and is supplied to the HPU from ship=s AC generators. The
rest of the electrical system and controls are powered by the 24 VDC
batteries. Each engine is provided with a 24 VDC electric start motor and
B.8 Main Hydraulic Pump:
The main pumps for each thruster are hydrostatic transmission variable-
displacement axial piston pumps with electric swashplate controller and
operating in a closed-loop system, providing non-stepping, infinitely variable
propeller speed control in without the use of a marine gear or clutch.
B.9 Auxiliary Hydraulic Pumps:
Each hydraulic power pack is equipped with a series of hydraulic pumps,
tandem mounted to the main hydraulic pumps, which provide for charging of
the closed-loop hydraulic transmission system, flushing and lubrication of the
hydraulic propulsion motor, and the steering and hydraulic tilt of the outdrive
B.10 Hydraulic Accessories:
The hydraulic system is provided with a loop flushing valve, charge flow filter,
hydraulic reservoir with baffle plate, pressurized breather, return filter,
magnetic separator, suction strainer, level gauge, hydraulic oil temperature
gauge, level switch and temperature switch. A fan-tube heat exchanger with
hydraulically-driven motor, a hydraulic pressure gauge panel and isolating
valves are also included in the package.
B.11 Fuel Tank:
A diesel fuel day tank with a capacity of not less than 12 hours at full engine
operation is installed inside of each HPU. The fuel tank is provided with a
level sight gauge and low level switch. The tank is vented to outside of the
container. Fuel lines to the engine are provided with duplex fuel filter/water
B.12 HPU Container:
The diesel engine and related equipment, hydraulic pump, hydraulic reservoir
and related accessories are enclosed in an ISO 40 foot shipping container
suitable for ocean freight. The container is modified by installing louvers for
engine air intake and exhaust and a personnel maintenance door. Engine
intake air enters through louvered sections located at the after sides of the
power unit and exits through the front end of the unit for thermal regulation of
container inside temperature. The engine radiator system, hydraulic oil
cooler, and critical silencing muffler are remote mounted on the top of the
B.13 Hoses, Cables and Connections:
Interconnecting hydraulic hose assemblies are provided for each thruster
unit. Main hydraulic hoses are spiral-wound, oil-resistant Neoprene. All
hydraulic connections to the thruster terminate at the rear end of the
container and are provided with flanges or ISO 7241-1 Series B dry break
quick disconnect couplings to facilitate easy connection of the hydraulic hose
assemblies to the thruster. Electrical instrument and data communication
cables are included.
Each containerized diesel-hydraulic power unit (HPU) may be secured to the
vessel=s deck by Peck and Hale fittings, boltdown chains and come-alongs
or by any other means of securing ocean freight shipping containers and may
be located at any convenient deck space.
B.15 Local Thruster Controls:
A local thruster control panel is installed in the HPU for each thruster. The
controls consist of:
B.15.1 One (1) combination propeller speed and steering joystick;
B.15.2 One (1) 360 degree steering angle gauge;
B.15.3 One (1) set pushbuttons for hydraulic tilt up and down of the
B.15.4 One (1) set pushbuttons for engine start and stop;
B.15.5 One (1) power on-off switch;
B.15.6 One (1) high engine cooling water temperature alarm light;
B.15.7 One (1) low engine lube oil pressure alarm light;
B.15.8 One (1) high hydraulic oil temperature alarm light;
B.15.9 One (1) low hydraulic oil level alarm light; and
B.15.10 One (1) transfer switch for local and remote bridge control.
The panel is completely electric, based on 24 VDC electric supply. An
emergency stop mushroom pushbutton is installed on the outside of the HPU
C. REMOTE BRIDGE CONTROL UNIT
C.1 Common Remote Control Panel:
With each shipset of multiple thruster units, a drop-in style common remote
control panel is furnished. All controls are electric over hydraulic and controls
of any thruster unit are independent from controls of any other thruster unit,
without any electrical interconnection between the units. Controls for each
unit on the common panel include:
C.1.1 One (1) combination propeller speed and steering joystick;
C.1.2 One (1) 360 degree steering angle gauge;
C.1.3 One (1) transfer switch for automatic or manual control;
C.1.4 One (1) thruster available indicator light; and
C.1.5 One (1) summary alarm light.
The panel is backlit and completely electric, based on 24 VDC electric
supply. The panel is similar to attached Drawing C103968.
Treatment and Painting:
All exterior metal surfaces are cleaned, undercoated and painted Thrustmaster=s
standard marine-grade finishes. The finished paint application is smooth in
appearance, continuous in color, free of dry overspray, pinholes, orange peels, sags
or other film defects.
Excluded in the basic scope of supply:
a. Any equipment which is indicated as optional.
b. Fuel supply from the vessel to the integrated diesel-hydraulic power unit.
c. Interconnecting hydraulic piping for permanent installation.
d. Interconnecting electrical cable for permanent installation.
Available 2 Thrusters with tech spec and prices also available upon request.
Full details to named buyers only.
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