Saetech was contracted by Montec to check and verify the structural loads of the Peenebrücke installation assembly in Demmin, Germany. The old bridge was rigidly connected to the new bridge, enabling Felbermayr to skid & launch the bridge directly over the river Peene. Saetech checked the bridge loads for 24 different installation steps.
Saetech was contracted to check and confirm the structural integrity of two types of transport frames. The existing frames are used to transport various sized (concrete) elements over the road.
Saetech was contracted by Mammoet to design and calculated a lifting gantry that was used to install various modules, weighing up to 1000 tonnes each, onto a GBS module. The scope consisted of both global and local calculations of the gantries. After these calculations, the equipment was fabricated, tested & used for a large project.
Saetech checked and verified the structural integrity of a winch that was used to pull-in polyprop wire with a pulling load up to 2 tonnes. Furthermore, deck reaction loads were provided to be able to check the strength of the supporting barge deck.
Saetech was contracted by NXGen to design, calculate and fabricate a set of 4 climbing jacks. The jacking house contains lifting points & fork lift supports on each corner. The jacks have a small collapsed height, and can be used to lift loads up to 400 tonnes to approx. 2 meters high.
The beam has a length of 13 meters, with a lifting capacity of 100 tonnes. It has multiple holes on the bottom side to be able to lift various loads.
The beam was completely designed, calculated, and prepared fabrication-ready by Saetech.
With the beam a specific calculation sheet was delivered. Using that sheet, the client is able to check & confirm the capacity of the spreader for each individual project.
Saetech was contracted by DCN Diving to design and check a gantry crane set-up on a modular barge system. The gantry is used for dredging in Georgia, and was set-up completely in RFEM to check and confirm the integrity for this project. A custom load introduction frame an knuckle boom support frame was installed to be able to reach the complete barge area for lifting smaller objects.
Saetech was contracted by Montec to design the supports underneath the arches during the construction of the Wolbecker road bridge. The design was made to be able to construct the bridge in smaller parts, reducing the size of the construction parts that need to be handled and lifted. A jacking device was designed on top of the supports for the fitting & alignment of the arches.