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Yes. When there is relative motion between the lifted object and the boom tip, a snap load will occur, increasing DAF and potentially lead to unacceptable high peak loads. Cranemaster® will work as a shock absorber, efficiently removing these snap loads, reduce DAF and improve safety. Typically, this enables our clients to conduct such lifts in higher waves, thereby increasing the operational weather window.
As of today Cranemaster® has been used at 2700 meters water depth and is designed to operate down to 3000 meters. However, for deep water operations special depth compensation techniques may be required.
Yes, the Cranemaster® is designed to instantly respond to its surroundings, take up slack wire and reduce dynamic loads.
Yes, Cranemaster® units will work perfectly together with AHC that responds to inputs from an accelerometer.
Both Active Heave Compensation (AHC) and Passive Heave Compensation (PHC) are techniques used on lifting equipment to reduce the influence of waves upon offshore operations. AHC differs from PHC by having a control system that actively compensates for any movement using external energy. Passive systems reacts to external forces without additional energy to control the motion.