Expom SA is sending another crane to Scandinavia
Expom SA, seated near Olsztyn, does not rest on its laurels and it successively fulfils orders from various corners of the world. The latest challenge that the engineers from Kurzętnik have had to face is the production of an articulated offshore crane Knuckleboom with the lifting capacity of 10 tons at the order of a customer from Denmark.
A 16-ton crane Knuckleboom has an arm with the length of 13 meters and characteristic two-part structure. Owing to this, it has bigger manoeuvre possibilities and it may significantly improve the transport of cargo. The crane is equipped with electric, electronic and hydraulic systems, which ensures reliability of operation even in extreme conditions.
The equipment was subject to specialist dynamic and static tests as per the acceptance procedure and under the supervision of the Shipping Classification Association (DNV). Upon obtaining appropriate certificates, the crane will be delivered to the client with complete qualitative and acceptance documentation. In the future it will be mainly used for reloading of materials on ships and drilling rigs worldwide.
Expom specializes in the production of large-dimension steel structures and one of the flagship products of the company is davits and marine cranes equipped with hydraulic power systems and electrical systems. The company fulfils orders, the final recipients of which are clients from Singapore, Australia, China, the Netherlands and Scandinavian countries.