|EMEA / TURKEY / ISTANBUL
|SHIP CRANES / CARGO CRANE
|BRAND / MODEL
|MACGREGOR GL 4026-2/3026
Alatas Turkey recently undertook a significant task involving dynamic and static load tests on all four cranes aboard a vessel, successfully validating their capacity to handle specified loads. This article delves into the background, Alatas’ swift and efficient solution, and the meticulous job scope executed by our expert technicians.
When the customer approached Alatas Turkey with a request for load testing, our team recognized the criticality of the task. Load tests are integral to guaranteeing the operational readiness of cranes, especially in the demanding maritime environment. The need for precision and reliability in load handling prompted the engagement of Alatas Turkey’s seasoned technicians.
The technicians from Alatas Turkey promptly responded to the customer’s request, embarking on the vessel to conduct comprehensive load tests on all four cranes. The objective was clear: validate the cranes’ capacity to handle specific loads and ensure their operational readiness. The successful completion of both dynamic and static tests affirmed Alatas Turkey’s commitment to delivering reliable and efficient solutions.
Alatas Turkey’s technicians commenced their work upon joining the vessel, meticulously evaluating each crane with precision and rigor. The following breakdown illustrates the thorough assessment and successful load testing conducted on each crane:
1. Crane No. 1:
Both dynamic and static tests were performed on Crane No. 1, with impressive results. The crane exhibited resilience and stability by successfully handling a 40-ton dynamic test and a 45-ton static test. These tests showcased the crane’s ability to manage varying conditions and loads effectively.
2. Crane No. 2:
The expertise of Alatas Turkey technicians shone through as Crane No. 2 effortlessly aced the 40-ton dynamic and 45-ton static tests. The flawless performance during these tests underscored the crane’s reliability under different load conditions, culminating in a successful load test.
3. Crane No. 3:
Building on the success of its predecessors, Crane No. 3 withstood the 40-ton dynamic and 45-ton static trials. The efficient handling of these weights demonstrated the crane’s capability, ultimately passing the load test without any setbacks.
4. Crane No. 4:
The proficiency of Alatas Turkey’s technicians was evident once again as they successfully completed the 40-ton dynamic and 45-ton static tests with Crane No. 4. The results affirmed the crane’s reliability under pressure, ensuring a successful load test.
In conclusion, Alatas Turkey’s meticulous evaluation and series of tests validate that all four cranes are operationally ready and capable of effectively handling their designated loads. The successful completion of these load tests underscores our commitment to precision, reliability, and excellence in maritime equipment services.