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KenzFigee’s Boom Hoist crane is very suitable for large production platforms, drilling units, FPSOs and heavy lift vessels, and has become the best-selling crane in the replacement crane market on the North Sea.

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Boom Hoist cranes

The Boom Hoist crane is equipped with a lattice type boom and uses a winch to perform the luffing action. Optional the crane can be equipped with a split block offering more versatility of your hoisting needs. The lightweight design and robustness make these cranes ideal for performing operations that require high load-radius combination. As the crane can be transported in modules, large and expensive installation vessels have become unnecessary and substantial costs savings on transport- and installation can be made.

Benefits

  • Up to 120m long boom length
  • Higher segment in terms of capacity
  • High SWL’s
  • Designed for easy maintenance
  • Designed to perform deck-lift operations as well as loading and unloading supply vessels
  • Very good sight lines for cabin personnel
  • Modular construction; easy to replace, upgrade and modify for lifetime extension

Specifications Boom Hoist Crane

Boom Hoist SWL [t] Radius [m]
Type Max Max.
BH 2400 40 40
BH 3000 50 45
BH 3500 100 50
BH 4000 150 55
BH 4500 300 65
BH 5500 450 75
Configuration Standard Options
Design code EN / API
Class DNV / LRS / BV / ABS / ClassNK
Drive Electric-Hydraulic Full Electric / Diesel-Hydraulic
Area classification Safe Area ATEX Zone 2 / Zone 1
Safety AOPS / MOPS
Winch features Man-riding
Constant tension
Auxiliary winch

3x Boom Hoist

  • Client: BP
  • Platform: Clair Ridge platform
  • SWL: 55 t

2x Boom Hoist

  • Client: Repsol Sinopec
  • Platform: Clyde East & West
  • SWL: 36 t

3x Boom Hoist

  • Client: Maersk
  • Platform: Innovator
  • SWL: 100 t

Boom Hoist


  • Client: POSH
  • Vessel: Enterprise
  • SWL: 120 t

Boom Hoist


  • Client: Maersk
  • Vessel: Winner
  • SWL: 200 t

Boom Hoist


  • Client: Subsea7
  • Vessel: Seven Mar
  • SWL: 300 t

Boom Hoist

  • Client: Maridive
  • Vessel: Constructor
  • SWL: 300 t

Boom Hoist

  • Client: BESIX
  • SEP Rima
  • SWL: 240 t (2x 120 t)

Boom Hoist

  • Client: Seajacks
  • Jack-up vessel: Leviathan
  • SWL: 400 t

Boom Hoist

  • Client: Seajacks
  • Jack-up vessel: Hydra
  • SWL: 400 t

2x Boom Hoist

  • Client: MPI
  • Jack-up vessel: Resolution
  • SWL: 400 t & 50 t
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