Gerrit Zenner. Sarens UK Ltd. 29th January

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Gerrit Zenner. Sarens UK Ltd. 29th January

  1. 1. Range of available Heavy Transportation & Heavy Lifting Techniques Gerrit Zenner - Global Area Sales Manager – Sarens Group Nuclear & Thermal Plants 1 Presentation title - edit in the Master slide
  2. 2. Modular or Stick Built Solutions • Partially or entirely constructed in factory • Transport to site for assembly and installation • Needs depend of technology provider • There are some copy / paste systems (e.g. AP1000) • Equipment build on frames (skid) or tailor made
  3. 3. Modular or Stick Built Solutions • Primary circuit equipment is tested prior to arrival – in one piece – example reactor & steam generators • Need for good supply chain • Plenty of modular yards on West coast of UK & Scotland
  4. 4. Options for Transportation • Moorside Sellafield & Wylfa : will have interface between Sea & Land • Inventive solutions: River transport Beach landing
  5. 5. Building a Jetty (temporary) • Building jetty (for maintenance afterwards) • Port facilities • Semi Submersible ships • Geared ships • Barges (different sizes) – draft - roro
  6. 6. Internal Transportation on Site Companies with available equipment in UK : •ALE •Mammoet •Sarens
  7. 7. Super Heavy Lifting Equipment • Up to 200,000 M/T is available • Capacity up to 5.000 ton @ 40m radius • Global experience: ALE – Mammoet – Sarens • OPEN TOP for installations of equipment or …..
  8. 8. Availability of Techniques • Skidding & Jacking in via Hatch • Bringing in equipment after Polar Crane & Dome is installed • Reactor & Steam generators Our advise : early engineering & involvement Why : Different concepts with feasibility study

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