A successful HAT (Harbour Acceptance Test) has been completed at Ulstein Verft for the Red Rock 3D compensated crane.
This crane is the first, in what will be a series of advanced cranes, delivered with unique Red Rock technology installed.
This HAT is a milestone for both this project, and for Red Rock. This innovative technology is a testament to the talented and dedicated people working at Red Rock. With limitless applications, we are confident that this is a launching pad to take Red Rock to it’s next level.
The next milestone will be the SAT (Sea Acceptance Test). While both the FAT and the HAT used simulations of wave and ship movements, the compensation system and technology will be tested on live waves and will finally demonstrate the true abilities of both the crane and the software.
The new SOV will be operated and owned by Bernhard Schulte Offshore GmbH. The vessel is being constructed to support GE Renewable Energy’s maintenance of the 66 GE Haliade 150-6MW turbines, off the coast of Germany.
The vessel is supplied with Red Rock 3D compensated crane with a capacity of 3T @ 25m. Red Rock has also delivered RDA120 and RDA36 davits to this vessel.
For further information please contact the Red Rock Sales Team.