Modular barges are high quality-built, welded-high tensile steel pontoons specifically designed for shallow-water, inland-marine environments.
These pontoons are reinforced to withstand repeated and cyclic use under extreme load conditions. These pontoons are designed in the size of ISO containers, so that modules can be transferred easily on trucks. These modular units will have recessed lift shackels at four corners for ease of lifting. This provides an easily accessible multi-point lift connection for handling the modular units. Special designed locking system allows these modules to be easily connected side-to-side, end-to-end or end-to-side. These modular pontoons can be connected in various shape and sized which allows diversified transport and marine construction activities.
These modular barges are designed to cover ranges of application requirements involved in various marine activities. These ranges of selectivity provide the user with the necessary options in portability, strength, and flexibility to obtain the maximum economic advantage in designing assemblies best suited for their application.
These modular units are designed for upto 100 mt load capacity and easy transport. Various units of these units are designed for standard shape and size for easy transportation on loading trucks. These units can be utilized for supporting cranes with up to 40-ton capacity, pipeline construction, core drilling, dive platforms and lighter duty material transports. These units also can be used for smaller platforms or support units for larger platforms.
These modular pontoons are designed to carry 400 mt deck load capacity. Designed for easy transportation on trucks and trailers.
This pontoons are used as floating and bridging unit in the material and equipment transportation, dam and bridge construction, mid-range bucket dredging and oil well servicing. These modular units are designed for operation of 150 mt crane operation.
These modular pontoons are designed to provide maximum buoyancy and strength. These are optimum design which can be easily transported on trucks.
This pontoons can take cranes of up to 300-ton capacity and capable of transporting static loads exceeding 2500 tons. These units are often used in severe applications involving the heaviest track-mounted and mobile cranes, large hydraulic excavators and bucket dredges, and deep-well drilling rigs.
Pile-driving, hook work, foundation-drilling and many other marine construction operations are performed on a solid leg foots through the use of modular Self-Elevating Platforms (SEPs).
Truck-portable, these modular "jack-up" barges provide stable work platforms which effectively removes downtime due to environmental obstruction such as wave,wind and current, where normal pontoons have too much motion to carry out operation.
These units can work in land-locked or shallow water areas that are inaccessible to conventional jack-up platforms. They are assembled from integration of modular pontoon modules and hydraulic or winch driven Self-Elevating Columns and Spudwell attachments which are easily transported by truck and rapidly assembled on-site using small crews and common lifting equipment. Modular components permit SEPs to be efficiently configured into slotted or center-well assemblies for marine drilling.
The elevating system is hydraulically activated and manually controlled. Each Elevating Spudwell incorporates a rotating lift/lock mechanism which engages external lugs on its respective Elevating Column and permits raised platforms to be secured at any elevation.