Certex GH KRANER Confac prefabricados de hormigon

LA EMPRESA CONFAC DE DINAMARCA COMBINA UN SISTEMA INTEGRAL DE DIFERENTES SOLUCIONES DE ELEVACIÓN

Soluciones integrales adaptadas a las necesidades del cliente.

Pensar en modo global nos permite ofrecer soluciones específicas que se adapten a los requisitos y sistemas de trabajo de las instalaciones de nuestros clientes.

Este es el caso de la combinación de productos que se han implantado en las instalaciones de la empresa CONFAC en Dinamarca. Una empresa dedicada a fabricar prefabricados de hormigón para construcción de viviendas.

El sistema de fabricación y almacenaje de las piezas requería de cuatro puentes grúa, un carretón y un pórtico exterior, todos ellos trabajando de forma conjunta en un proceso continuo y acompasado.

En la nave principal están instaladas la grúas que trabajan en los procesos de manejo de los moldes y en fabricación de las piezas, las cuales son trasladadas al exterior mediante un carretón, para finalmente ser almacenadas en el patio exterior mediante una grúa pórtico.

Las grúas cuentan con variador en todos los movimientos, lo que permite la suavidad de movimiento de la carga y el aumento de la velocidad cuando la grúa trabaja con un 25% de la capacidad de carga.

Las características de los productos instalados son las siguientes:

  • Grúas puente birraíl de 25tn y 20tn, y 24m de luz.
  • Grúas puente birraíl de 7,5tn y 3,2tn.
  • Carretón de 10×3 m con capacidad de 60tn.
  • Grúa pórtico de 25tn de capacidad con luz de 30m y voladizos de 10m. Dispone de rotación eléctrica en el gancho para facilitar la manipulación de las piezas.

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Este proyecto ha sido gestionado por Certex, nuestro distribuidor oficial en Dinamarca.

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A global reference in solutions for lifting and moving load in the railway sector - CAF

GH – A global reference in solutions for lifting and moving load in the railway sector

GH is a multinational family-owned company, specialising in products for lifting and moving cargo.

With over 60 years in the business, GH works with the most diverse sectors within the global economy with special attention for those that need specific products requiring high performance due to the demand for precision, quality and productivity.

The star product in GH’s range is its overhead crane and all of the variants on this, both cranes deemed to be standard and those designated as special due to their features and the sector for which they are intended.

GH’s involvement with CAF and its developments, both internal and external, date back to the beginning of both companies’ operations since the origins of both GH and CAF came about in the innovative, entrepreneurial and industrial Goierri Valley in Beasain.

Among the outstanding products for the railway sector, there is the mobile transfer cart, for which GH has developed its own product that meets the requirements of a company such as CAF, which is a leading firm across the world in the railway sector.

GH has been fully involved with the project from the offset with seamless interactions between the technical staff at GH and CAF for this project in Newport.

The business is a reference point in the railway sector and this project is tangible proof of that.

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MAIN DETAILS OF THE PROJECT

WHERE: Celtic Business Park, Newport, Wales.
WORK FORCE: 250.
START OF OPERATIONS: Autumn 2018.
SCOPE OF WORK: Car finishing and testing.
INVESTMENT AT NEWPORT: More than 35 M€
FIRST PROJECT IN UK BY CAF: 1994
TRANSFER CART: Service to the workshops (warehouse, final assembly and testing bay), and auxiliary factory facilities(painting and water testing).

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Billet crane with a rotating trolley sidenor

BILLET CRANE WITH A ROTATING TROLLEY

Installed at SIDENOR, Basauri, for high-performance processes.

GH has recently installed a bridge crane with an open, rotating trolley (2 x 20t / 16t) and a series of features that makes this installation special:

  • Process cranes – high-performance cranes designed to work in extreme conditions, at high temperatures, and all day long.
    This particular case is a billet crane with a rotating trolley and magnets to handle hot billets.
  • Work group classification M7, robust design, and the most reliable materials provide completely reliable lifting equipment.
    Continuous jobs and extreme conditions: this specific one at an ambient temperature of 80 ºC handling billet at 600 ºC.
  • Speeds adapted to the production needs in order to complete the cycles required by the process itself.
  • Auxiliary hoists for the maintenance of the rest of the installation. In this case, a lifting hook with a 16t lifting capacity to undertake plant maintenance tasks.

This bridge crane is installed in a building that spans 26 metres, with 22-metre lifting heights (with a pit). The equipment has a 16t auxiliary hoist to undertake maintenance at the facilities (the hoist is installed on a cantilever-type structure to ensure the best approaches as it crosses the building).

Other outstanding features of this crane, classified in group M7, include the weighing system + traction cells, area and manoeuvring boundaries, automations for management, etc.

The electrical equipment is installed in a separate cabin equipped with redundant industrial cooling in order to guarantee the capability to work at high temperatures.

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