Increasing vessels sizes, faster handling capacity of cranes and increased automation are the demanding developments of the future.
How do stationary shore power connection fit into this picture? How to design shore power connections for new terminals?
Connect ships regardless of size and mooring position at any time
Reduce the work involved and increase occupational safety
Reduce the amount of the installation to lower costs
Combine systems in one infrastructure to supply cranes and vessels
Installation of the mobile SPO in a trench along the quayside between the crane lane and the bollards
Trench covers with plate lifting function
With igus® roller e-chains® for long travels, up to 800 m and more
One mobile SPO covers an entire berth
Move the mobile SPO to the connecting point with a remote control unit
Combine STS energy and data supply system with the mobile SPO in trench
No obstacles on the terminal and total flexibility
Reduction of fixed cabling, SPOs and medium-voltage control cabinets
Connectors deployed from the vessel can be connected directly and easily
Integrated into safety interlocking procedure
Proven technology, longer service life, cost-efficient
Develop your terminal for the future. Profit from igus® long standing experience in the maritime sector.
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