Load Test of MarineDeck Crane TSUJI



In the dynamic world of maritime operations, safety and reliability are paramount. Alatas Singapore was recently entrusted with a crucial mission: conducting a comprehensive load test for four TSUJI marine deck cranes. This essential task reflects our unwavering commitment to ensuring the optimal performance and safety of maritime equipment.


The maritime industry adheres to rigorous safety standards, and one critical aspect of this is the regular load testing of deck cranes. To meet these standards, deck cranes must undergo load tests every five years, ensuring they remain in prime working condition.

Alatas’ Solution:

To tackle this challenge, Alatas Singapore deployed a team of experienced engineers and technicians. These dedicated professionals harnessed the power of 35-ton water bags and calibrated load cells to conduct the load test with precision and accuracy, leaving no room for compromise.

Job Scope:

Our approach began with a meticulous function test of all four deck cranes to ensure their optimal functionality. We then gradually filled the water bags up to their Safe Working Load (SWL) of 30 tons, conducting another successful function test. The ultimate test was achieved when we increased the load to an overload capacity of 35 tons, serving as a proof load test. This task was successfully accomplished in the presence of a DNV surveyor, underscoring our commitment to safety and excellence.

At Alatas Singapore, we don’t just meet industry standards; we exceed them. Our precision, expertise, and unwavering dedication to safety ensure the consistent and reliable performance of maritime equipment. Stay tuned for more success stories as we continue to uphold the highest standards in the maritime industry.


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