Cranes

Subsea knuckle boom cranes 

Highlights

  • 50t to 150t capacity range
  • Up to 3500m hook travel
  • Full Active Heave Compensation
  • Low weight and COG
  • Full electric winches and slewing
  • High energy efficiency
  • High accuracy in offer phase
  • Short delivery time
  • Short and trouble free installation and commissioning
  • High up time
  • Condition based maintenance

Electric cranes

  • Electric driven straight and telescopic cranes.
  • Low power consumption
  • Environmental friendly, contributes to low emissions,
  • Turnkey delivery
  • Low weight
  • High efficiency
  • Fail safe
  • Not sensitive to low operating temperatures
  • 360˚ unlimited slewing
  • SWL up to 30 Te at 20

HARBOR AND FLOATING CRANES 

We have developed a fully electric crane design that provides high reliability and low lifecycle cost

Lemniscate crane

  • Full electric drive
  • High capacity per hour
  • Easy access to all service parts
  • Durable design; low operational cost
  • Up to 20% improvement in fuel economy achieved by
  • optimized balance, energy buffering and control technology
  • Cabin position ensures optimal overview of the operation
  • Reduced pendulum length

Single jib crane

  • Full electric drive
  • Good unloading capacity
  • Simpler design; lower cost
  • Easy access to all service parts
  • Durable design; low operational cost
  • Cabin position ensures optimal overview of the operation
  • Good and safe access to cabin, elevator possible
  • Jib can be lowered on boomrest (sea fastening); superior survival

Your offshore crane with IMECA

IMECA supplies fast traveling pipe loading crane in primary process of ALLSEAS’s pioneering spirit

The assembly, installation and commissioning were executed in close cooperation with Allseas under IMECA supervision

A mighty weighty historical delivery!

IMECA delivered the first elements of a contract to supply a 550-capacity pipe-laying tower, and a 3,800-t carousel

Pipe laying operation started with our two pipe-laying towers

spectacular first in the history of REEL Imeca: two towers in the same shipyard at the same time

REEL La Rochelle plant inauguration

On May 2, 2015 the IMECA REEL fitting teams moved into the brand new La Rochelle plant

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