deck crane

deck crane

n
(Nautical Terms) nautical a deck-mounted crane used for loading and unloading cargo
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Scaling a deck crane which held a large anchor, he jumped across and secured the boat.
"However, we were also able to provide expertise to repair a hydraulics motor on a deck crane used to lift fuel pipes, as well as the anchor windlass brake."
The Crane Barge 4920 is a heavily constructed, modern, non-propelled barge, custom built for Binco with a four-point mooring system, a deck crane and free working deck space.
When the diesel engine of a deck crane failed, it caused major handling problems for an offshore platform operating in the Dutch sector of the southern North Sea, problems that were solved with the use of J D NEUHAUS air operated hoists.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, a multi-national engineering, electrical equipment and electronics company, has completed delivery of the first three units of a 50-ton deck crane featuring a newly-developed synchronised control system.
"The result is supply of an additional deck structure which provides additional deck and storage space, whilst incorporating a boom rest and maintenance access for the vessel's main 100Te deck crane. The design includes vertical storage and articulated riser handling arm."
(MHI) licensed its marine deck crane technology, has completed production and delivery of its first MHI-licensed product.
Its advanced features, which will allow it to deploy heavier loads and operate further offshore, include two work class ROVs with launch and recovery systems (LARS), an HMC-250T active heave compensated knuckle boom crane and a 15-ton electrohydraulic deck crane with folding boom.
The 45-ton slim deck crane is mounted on small container ships to offload containers on piers that lack crane facilities.
Shop personnel gathered the required tools, while I set up the hangar deck crane. An AME2 and one of the shop's junior airmen already were on top of the aircraft, getting ready to remove the forward canopy.
Ishikawajima-Harima's 5,000th deck crane to be completed