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Keep your operations running while repairs or overhauls are being made with KenzFigee temporary cranes!

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Temporary crane solutions

The KenzFigee temporary cranes are modular cranes specifically designed to work as a temporary crane in offshore environments and are suitable for a wide variety of applications such as decommissioning, well service, recovery or other specialist equipment installation. Our modular build system can be installed on most offshore installations within a few days. Delivery is supported with a complete turnkey engineering, installation and project management service. Each crane can be customised to meet specific lifting requirements. Our temporary cranes can be easy shipped anywhere globally.

The single boom model has sufficient capacity for general maintenance lifting support, or combined with another single into a double boom model, it can be used for larger, infrequent well intervention lifting support (reel lift). Footprint is small with a universal deck interface, either welded, bolted or clamped. The crane is capable of off-board lifting in limited sea states. The crane can be mobilized from/to the platform or vessel's deck in standard ISO offshore containers.

Key supporting services included in rental price

  • Installation
  • Maintenance
  • Crane operator
  • Tool container

We can supply a single boom crane 6-fall with lifting capacities up to 30 tonnes. The single boom crane can be modified to double boom 2x 6-fall to double the total lifting capacity up to 60 tonnes. For each required capacity, a different configuration is assembled. A main advantage of modular design of crane components.

The crane is built of modular sections, and each part can be lifted by provision cranes (2.5t capacity). Depending on the type of lifting that needs to take place, KenzFigee can provide either a single boom or double boom crane, short boom or extended boom.

These certified cranes are designed and manufactured according to API 2C / EN13852-1 and CE marked where applicable.

Each assembly is supported with structural calculations and load tests, as well as installation and work procedures. Load plans and load-carrying capacity checks of the installation location are also available on request.

Click here to download the product leaflet of our temporary offshore crane.

Quality Assurance
All marine cranes are manufactured using high quality and extensively tested components, making them world renowned for their durability. Before delivery to the end user, every piece of equipment is subjected to rigorous tests at our facility in Zaandam. These tests can be carried out according to the regulations and guidelines of any certifying authority, including Lloyd’s Register, DNV and ABS.

Maintenance and Services
The KenzFigee crane services department, can provide a broad portfolio of after-sales services throughout the lifetime of your equipment. Whether it is regular maintenance, condition based maintenance, upgrades, modifications, refurbishments or spare parts, the KenzFigee crane services professionals can ensure quick worldwide response, both on and offshore.

Why invest in temporary cranes for your temporary requirements? KenzFigee offers you the solution!

Key benefits:

  • Temporary offshore crane
  • Installation time 3-5 days
  • Fits in standard ISO containers
  • Weight 2.5t
  • 6x6m deck footprint
  • Ex rated (Zone 2)
  • Designed API 2C/EN13852-1
  • Boat lifts
  • Remotely operated
  • Single boom: SWL 30t
  • Double boom: SWL 60t
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