Ship hook ReadyMoor

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for ships, marine, port


Trelleborg's marine systems operation has developed ReadyMoor Quick Release Hooks, a standardized range of quick release hooks designed for commercial ports and harbors as an alternative to bollards whilst improving safety and efficiency of mooring operation at reduced cost. This cost effective series of Quick Release Hooks is available with an average lead time of 12 weeks to assemble, test and ship the product. Features ReadyMoor 50 Reduces overturning moment Reduces the overturning moment on the hook base and subsequently the stresses on the hook base and the hook base foundations. Reduces risk Hook profile shaped to guide the messenger line during retrieval to minimize line handling requirements, reducing the mooring crew’s exposure to risk. Single stage locking mechanism Fewer moving parts reduce maintenance requirements and improve reliability Compact design Small installation footprint, minimizing the amount of deck space consumed ReadyMoor 60 - 150 Cast bases and hooks Superior corrosion resistance and higher strength Cast hooks Designed with optimal throat size to minimize rope wear Compact and strong cast hook design Double the yield strength of forged mild steel hooks by others Unobtrusive release mechanism No protruding components outside the hook body which could act as rope catching points Enclosed capstan design Increased protection from environmental and mechanical damage during operation, maximizing service life Industry best protective coating Offered by high quality three-coat paint specification Applications ⮚ Cruise ship terminals ⮚ Container terminals ⮚ Bulk cargo terminals ⮚ Roro and ferry ⮚ General cargo


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