After the relaunch of the Profi series up to 50 t within recent years, J.D.Neuhaus have now also redesigned the JDN Air Hoists Profi 75 TI and 100 TI. The Key component is the new motor, based on the current JDN Motor-Brake Concept.
- The improvements in detail:
- Up to 50% energy saving by decreased air consumption
- Up to 50% increased speeds
- Up to 30% less weight of the hoist body
- Decreased overall dimensions
- Reduced sound level
The new strong Profi’s are used in harsh environments, e.g. in shipyards for the handling of the rudder blades and propellers.
For further information about the new JDN Profi’s click here.
Lifting Equipment for the toughest on-and offshore environments
The range of robust JDN Handling and Lifting Equipment is currently in use around the world on
- Jack-up rigs
- Semi-submersible platforms
- Drill ships and FPSO vessels.
The product range incorporates both air and hydraulically powered hoists, with individual lifting capacities ranging from 250 kg to 100 tonnes. These products can also be incorporated into single or double girder overhead travelling cranes, underslung cranes and slewing jib cranes. Hoists can also be supplied for specific function duties such as BOP handling (up to 200 tonnes).
Special purpose hoists engineered for extreme conditions can be supplied to cover operations at arctic temperatures down to -45º C, together with underwater hoists.
“Blue Competence”, the VDMA* sustainability initiative, will also play an important role at the CeMAT 2014. Amongst others, members of this initiative will report about their current activities within “Blue Hours”. J.D. Neuhaus is partnered with this initiative since early 2012.
*German Engineering Federation
IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition, Fort Worth
March 4 – 6, 2014
Fort Worth Convention Center,
Fort Worth, Texas, USA
MODEX 2014, Atlanta
March 17 – 20, 2014
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, Georgia, USA