At the same time, the Scheldeoord can use its own thrusters to accurately maneuver in any direction. The pontoon has four spud poles, including a spud leg able to ‘walk’. This pole can move the pontoon in steps of eight meters.
Full Spectrum of Equipment Parts
The multifunctional pontoon was prepared by our expert equipment-engineers in short time. A full spectrum of specially developed equipment parts was taken on board for the journey to Germany, including a heavy round nose grab, an underwater hydraulic demolition hammer and a stone grabber. Around 1,000 stones were removed over a length of 35 kilometers, while dredging tasks were also carried out in places where the seabed was very hard.
Working at sea demands experience, additional expertise and highly qualified staff members. Safety is the highest priority for these projects. The customer was delighted with the work delivered by Martens en Van Oord in the Baltic.
Download: Specifications pontoon Scheldeoord.