1073 -loading and unloading barge for sale

FOR SALE
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The newly-built floating storage and truck loading facility allows delivery of dry bulk cargo on a quick turnkey basis.

The Kovako-engineered barge is capable of discharging feeder vessels at a rate of 9500+ tons per day into its own 4 aerated holds, with a total storage capacity of 14,000 tons.

To discharge to shore the barge is connected via air slide to a six truck loading system capable of loading bulk vehicles at 300 tons per hour.

The round-the-clock truck loading operation is fully automated and virtually dust free.

Available for delivery world-wide.

MODERN FLOATING CEMENT/BULK STORAGE/TRANSSHIPMENT TERMINAL:

DWCC 14,000 MT
BUILT 1980 SPAIN – REBUILT 2009
CLASS RUSSIAN REGISTER
LAST DD 06/2009
DOUBLE SIDE/TRIPLE BOTTOM
LOA 125 M X BEAM 22.5 M X DEPTH 8,0 M
DRAFT MAX 5.08 M
4 HO / 4 HA (WELD FIXED) – 11,000 CBM
DISCHARGE RATE 300 MT/HOURS
CARGO PIPES DIAM 350-500 MM
2 GENS CUMMINS 1.2 MW
EQUIPPED FOR ELECTRICAL SHORE CONNECTION

DURING D/DOCK THE BARGE WAS BLASTED/PAINTED. BARGE IS OCEAN GOING ORIGINALLY CLASSED DEEP SEA (BV).
STRONGLY BUILT – HULL IS MOSTLY 25 MM THICK.

DISCHARGE FROM SHIP TO CARRIAGES OR TRUCKS IS THROUGH 2 (TWO)INDEPENDENT SILOS INSTALLED ON DECK.
DISCHARGE RATE 300 T/HOUR.
OUTREACH OF DISCHARGE HOSE – 32 M.
THERE ARE TOTALLY 6 LOADING POINTS/HOSES.
CEMENT COULD BE DISCHARGED AND LOADED SIMULTANEOUSLY OR STORED IN HOLDS.
ALL OPERATIONS ARE AUTOMATED/COMPUTERIZED.

LOADING/DISCHARGE IS FULLY PNEUMATIC, DUST PROOF, PROVIDED WITH SELF-CLEANING FILTRATION SYSTEM.

EQUIPMENT CONFORMS TO ALL BULK AND POWDER LIKE MATERIALS.

D.O. CONSUMPTION DURING DISCHARGE – 0.55 LTR/TONN.

LOADING/DISCHARGE SYSTEM IS DESIGNED AND MOST OF EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY KOVAKO, THE NETHERLANDS.

Pre-Upgrade
– Type of barge: Eurodum 6
– Bureau Veritas Class: Deep Sea

- Gross tonnage: 6358
– Capacity: 14,200 t

- Barge built: La Coruna Spain
– Length 125 m
– Width 22.6 m
– Depth 8 m
– Draft 5.08 m
– Steel construction
– Last dry docked July 2009 at St. Petersburg

Post-Upgrade:
– FLSmidth Kovako Project № 08-09 2008

- Russian Maritime Register of Shipping Class: R3
– Carrying capacity: 13,800 t
– Total hold capacity: 11,000 m3
– Hold quantity: 4 

– Cargo system performance: 300 t/h 

– Vacuum truck system: – 0.8 atm

– Cargo pipe diameter: 350-500 mm 

– Permissible ambient temperature: – 30/+50 C
– Humidity: no restrictions 

– Energy intensity of freight equipment: 1.2 mW
-Energy consumption of marine equipment: 120 kW 

– Fuel supply: 82 m3 (approx. 70 t)
– Drinking water supply: 2.5 t

- Fresh water supply: 30 t

– Type of cargo: any bulk cargo with grain size less than 5 mm (sand, cement, alumina, etc.)

– Maximum discharging speed of self-unloaded feeder ships: 400 t/hour

– Average loading speed to the trucks or wagons: 300 t/hour

– Points loading to land transport: 6 (three each in two zones)

– Cargo aeration system: in all 4 holds

– Holds have double bottoms, sides and covers

– To avoid dust escape, loading and unloading systems are equipped with self-cleaning filtration systems

– All systems are energy independent from shore-based sources, operating from diesel generators located on the terminal. It is possible to work from shore-based power supplies (if available)

– The terminal has no limits for navigation and can be towed for operation to any region of the world with suitable mooring.

– The terminal can be used as a permanent complex, and/or as an interim terminal for hot zones or while building a shore-based terminal.

DELIVERY RUSSIA.

HOLDING FURTHER DETAILS, PHOTOS, VIDEO PRESENTATION.

One Response

  1. Please send full details of the Floating Cement Terminal to me if it is available

    Thanks

    Gordon Fraser

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