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LORC tests and demonstrates technology for harvesting renewable energy offshore

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Meeting industry’s needs for environmental testing of large components for offshore use is now one step closer with the ordering of a climatic chamber for a new LORC test centre.

Read more about the environmental testing of structures here

 

 

 

Facilities at Lindø Industrial Park

Lindø Industrial Park is a former shipyard and offers ideal infrastructure for the handling of heavy offshore technology. The facilities are described in the OceanWise Magazine #1 on page 28 and 29. 

Transportation:

  • 1,100 t transportation capacity, 5 self-propelled modular transporters with a connection possibility, 3 terminal tractors/Sisu transporters (70t), 4 loaders (6 t), multiple beds. The site has its own harbor with a depth of 7.5 m.

Steel Structure Production:

  • Offloading of steel: 1 tower crane, 90 t, 150 m quay side
  • Steel plate inventory management: 4 x 20 t magnetic cranes, capacity 50,000 t steel
  • Blasting and priming: Blasting machine, Priming machine, breadth of plates 3.2 m, capacity 150,000 t/year
  • Cutting and milling: 23 cranes of 0.5 to 22 t (11 magnetic, 10 hook, 1 vacuum, and 1 service), 20,000 m2, 2 profile cutting robots, 8 cutting machines and length of plates 16 m
  • Assembly: 20 cranes of 1 to 700 t, 60,000 m2 in total
  • Surface treatment: 8 cabins of 34 * 34 m = 9,000 m2, painting and sandblasting equipment, dry ice blasting
  • Outfitting shops: 2 cranes of 60 t, 3,000 m2 indoor facility
  • 100,000 m2 + potentially 120,000 m2 more

Component production:

  • +20 cranes of max. 5 t. 5,000 m2, welding machinery, bending machinery

Pipe production:

  • 5,000 m2, welding machinery, bending machinery, diameter 1 m, length 6 m

Dock facilities:

  • 1 gantry crane of 1,000 t, 3 tower cranes of 100 t, 1 tower crane of 50 t, 8 m in dock 3

You can read more about the Lindø Industrial Park

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