Tetrahedron pioneers a 130m prototype crane

Photo shows the Tetrahedron 130-metre crane prototype

Source: Tetrahedron

Tetrahedron has successfully assembled a pioneering 130-metre tall prototype crane, showcasing a novel design can offer significant advantages over traditional luffing boom cranes.

With wind turbine generators getting bigger and bigger, new challenges for the wind installation industry have emerged. One of them is to simply lift higher on a compact Jackup.

The Tetrahedron, which has a 50m lifting height upgrade, enables a market entry to lift 8-15MW turbines for an existing jackup-vessel owner. Tetrahedron is founded on the principle to lift higher.

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