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modulift subsea spreader

Hot on the heels of the latest DNV standard released in October 2014, Modulift has revealed their latest product range; Subsea Modular Spreader Beams.

In addition to their highly successful standard and heavy spreader beam ranges they have taken their unique modular elements to produce a versatile and efficient collection for deep water lifting. As with regular Spreader Beams they are fully and correctly assembled when combined with the recommended end units, drop links and shackles top and bottom, which also allows for the options to use ROV shackles where necessary too.

Complying with DNV-OS-H206 – Loadout, Transport and Installation of Subsea Objects, the Modulift Subsea Spreader Beams are designed to safely hold weights up 500 tonnes.

Unlike Modulift’s standard Spreader Beams that are manufactured using circular hollow section, the Subsea has an open section design, this being suitable for water submersion by eliminating the risks of any cavity or pressure issues. They are finished with a three-coat paint system that is based on a two-pack epoxy paint combination suitable for the marine environment.

Modulift’s exclusive ‘modular’ engineering is again reflected to offer users the economical ability to reuse their products time and time again, providing a cost effective solution to Subsea heavy lifting. As with all Modulift products the ease of transportation goes without saying aided by this modular design.

The new nautical series is available to order or for more job specific requirements or high QA lifts, the Modulift engineering team can design custom made alternatives.

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