2021-07-31
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Mammoet introduces specialized crane for Brazilian wind energy market

Mammoet has introduced a narrow track CC2800-1 to its fleet in Brazil in order to support the country’s fast-growing wind sector.

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Many wind farms in several countries, including Brazil, have narrow internal roads of 6-7 meters wide. This restricts the use of conventional crawler cranes, as conventional machines are severely restricted relocating between turbines. The narrow track cranes can crawl in between turbines with no or partial disassembly, ultimately saving money in civil works and time in dismantling, transport, and subsequent re-erection of the crane.

Therefore, Mammoet has introduced a narrow track CC2800-1 to its fleet in Brazil. The 600-ton CC2800-1 crane was originally located in Texas; however, it was not in use. Teams in Brazil and Texas recognized that converting the existing machine to a narrow track configuration would bring new life and a much-needed addition to the Brazilian fleet.

The crane underwent a full conversion from the standard 9.9-meter-wide tracks to the newly updated 5.3-meter-wide narrow track configuration. The crane’s software was also upgraded and thoroughly checked by internal teams as well as factory Demag technicians.

Along with the track conversion, Mammoet’s team invested in additional boom sections and a fixed jib, which fully complete the arrangement required to execute wind work. With these modifications, the crane has the capability to lift turbine components with hub heights up to 125 meters tall. This fleet extension increases Mammoet’s capacity in the region, complementing the existing fleet, while adding flexibility and greater availability for work. Once the upgrade was complete, team members from the United States and Latin America collaborated on the logistics and safe relocation of the crane.

Source:
Mammoet
Author:
Windfair Editors
Email:
press@windfair.net
Keywords:
Mammoet, crane, Brazil, wind energym market narrow track, support, wind farm, turbine, lifting, heavy, crawl



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