Ship hook
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ship hook
ship hook
ship hook
ship hook
ship hook
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Characteristics

Application domain
for ships
Type
quick-release
Other characteristics
single

Description

Conventional Quick Release Mooring Hooks are not always the right solution for mooring issues. When limited space is an issue, the Quick Release Mooring Pulley could offer a solution. A Quick Release Mooring Pulley is used to reduce the amount of fixed mooring points: instead of two conventional Quick Release Mooring Hook Units only one Pulley is needed. The mooring line will run from the moored vessel to the pulley where it will be looped back to the vessel where it will be secured on the vessel’s deck bits. This saves space on the deck of the vessel: only one winch is needed to create two mooring lines. With the Quick Release Mooring Pulley the force concentration on each rope is equalized because the friction in the sheave rotation is minimized. Optional features for the Quick Release Mooring Hook: Integral capstans Remote control system Mooring load monitoring system Electrical insulation Anti-rope slip devices (keepers) Special coatings Special low temperature executions Customized designs Safe monitoring with Mooring Load Monitoring System (MLMS) With the Mooring Load Monitoring System a close and constant watch on the forces on the mooring lines is kept. You can take immediate action in possible slack or overload situations. Load information is displayed in real time and alarms can be preset upon Safe Working Load requirements. With the retrieved data the number of mooring lines required for safe mooring can be estimated. This information on is accessible through different portable devices such as PDA’s and pagers.

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