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  • Welded socket for container fastening
  • Block mold for freezing fish and meat products
  • Radio antenna units for antennae systems for various uses on ships and other vessels
  • Snatch blocks
  • Three-pulley blocks with a cable eye and a handle bar for fastening the bitter end
  • Three-pulley blocks with a cable eye
  • Double-pulley blocks with a cable eye and a handle bar for fastening the bitter end
  • Double-pulley blocks with a cable eye
  • One-pulley blocks with a cable eye and a handle bar for fastening the bitter end
  • One-pulley blocks with a cable eye and a handle bar for fastening the bitter end
  • One-pulley blocks with a cable eye
  • One-pulley blocks with a bracket and a handle bar for fastening the bitter end
  • One-pulley blocks with a bracket
  • One-pulley blocks with a pin hole and a handle bar for fastening the bitter end
  • One-pulley blocks with a pin hole

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Multi purpose diving vessel catamaran. Project SDS18

The vessel is designed for to provide diving and underwater work at depths up to 60 meters at sea state up to 3 points, participation in rescue and salvage operations, deployment and maintenance of works of research parties in the amount of installed hardware, examination sea-bottom, wrecks, underwater hulls of vessels (ships) and hydraulic structures, ensuring operation of small-sized remote-controlled submersibles at sea state up to 3 points.

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  • Service/crew boat. Project 21270

The boat is intended for official duty trips and for reviewing Russian Navy ship parades. The boat’s area of operation is the Black Sea along the sea coast at distances from harbor up to 50 miles.

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  • Fire-fighting tugboat. Project TG-17

The tugboat is intended for towing vessels and floating facilities at sea, performing auxiliary operations in harbour waters, participating in oil spill clean-up operations as an auxiliary vessel for delivering oil spill response equipment and a containment boom boat setting up containment barriers outside of the oil spill area. The vessel is not intended to operate directly inside the spill area. It is also used for providing assistance in fighting fires at floating and shore installations accessible from the sea and transporting general cargo on deck loaded/unloaded using port facilities or the deck crane.

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  • Multi-purpose bunker vessel with oil skimming equipment. Project 92800

This project 92800 muti-purpose bunker vessel with oil skimming equipment is a one-deck twin-screw steel vessel with an elevated foredeck and a two-level superstructure aft. Its structures, devices and machines located on the deck must be explosion and fireproof. The vessel length is 41.3 meters, its width is 8 meters, the total volume of the cargo tanks is 400 cubic meters, its speed is 10 knots (2-3 knots when skimming).
С92800 type vessels are designed to transport diesel fuel for vessels classified as class 3 under the IMDG Code (light fuels with a flashpoint of over 60°С), with a density of у=0.82-0.86 t/m3, and to bunker vessels with such fuel and to collect bilge and waste water. The vessel also has oil skimming equipment and can be used to collect spilled oil products from water surface, including diesel fuel and black oil fuel of various viscosity. The vessel may also be used as a bunker ship for vessels, a ship to take bilge and waste water, and as a skimmer to gather spilled oil products (diesel fuel, black oil fuel) from water surface.

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  • Self-propelled liquid cargo vessel with a deadweight of 5,745 tons. Project RST54

Project RST54 is a one-of-a-kind platform tanker capable of carrying both oil products and dry (general, bulk) cargoes. The RST54 project is based on a unique concept.

This one-of-a-kind “platform/tanker” vessel was created to be maximally effective for both legs of each round voyage; carrying oil when going to its destination and dry cargo on its return trip. Therefore, it is planned to achieve the highest possible economic efficiency of the vessel’s operation given the seasonal nature of the river transport operations in Russia.

An RST54 vessel is a self-propelled combined (oil/dry cargo) “Volga-Don Max” class platform vessel with a deadweight of 5,589 tons, intended for transporting up to 5,250 tons of light and dark oil products as well as general and bulk cargo, including gravel, metals, timber, coal, bulky and heavy cargoes. The vessel can carry up to 148 TEUs worth of cargo in containers, up to 320 cars or 4,500 tons of bulk cargo. The vessel's dimensions are intended to ensure the best possible navigational performance in the Unified Deep Water System of Russia. The vessel’s hull lines were first used in the RST27 project tanker built for UCL Holding. RST54 project vessels are compatible with the width and depth of the Volga-Don Canal and the Volga-Baltic Waterway.

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  • Self-propelled liquid cargo vessel with a deadweight of 6,980 tons. Project RST27

Project RST27 vessels are designed for the transportation of crude oil and oil products without any flash-point restrictions. The RST27 Project is a universal mixed river-sea navigation vessel created under an individual project. This “Volgo-Don max” class tanker features an increased deadweight and a higher hull strength. The overall dimensions of the project meet the requirements of the Volga-Don Ship Canal and the Volga-Baltic Waterway. The new RST27 project tankers have an enhanced river navigation capability, a deadweight increased by 700 tons when operated on a river, while maintaining an increased capacity of cargo tanks and a higher hull strength (the R2 marine class or navigation area II according to the previous Registry of Shipping classification). RST27 project vessels meet the requirements of the Volga-Don Ship Canal and the Volga-Baltic Waterway and are classified as “Volgo-Don max” class tankers.

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  • Self-propelled multipurpose dry cargo vessel with a deadweight of about 5,400 tons. Project RSD44

A new dry-cargo ship was developed under RSD44 project to a special order of the Volga Shipping Company. From 2010 to 2012, 10 ships of the "Heroes of Stalingrad" series were built under this project. The capacity of the ship is 5,400 tons. The design features a low overall height of the ship with a deckhouse 8 meters high, which is almost 2 times lower than that of the current "Volgo-Dons” (15.8 meters). The dry-cargo ship can pass under bridges on Russian rivers without the need to raise them. The ships are maximally automated and equipped with modern rudder propellers, ensuring high maneuverability and good controllability. The new vessels outperform their predecessors in production efficiency, environmental friendliness and comfort.

RSD44 type vessels are universal dry-cargo ships, carrying all kinds of general and bulk cargo (grain, fertilizers, sulfur), as well as metal and metal products. All vessels are operated on inland waterways and sea coastal areas and are focused on transporting high-tariff export cargoes to ports of the Baltic, Caspian and Azov-Black Sea basins.

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  • Universal dry cargo vessel with a deadweight of 7,100 tons. Project 006RSD02

Vessel purpose: transportation of general cargoes; bulk cargoes (including grain, coal, ores), mineral fertilizers (in bulk and in bags); metal (bundles, rolls of up to 35 tons); paper (rolls), wood products (packaged, including round timber); fruits and vegetables (packaged); 20 'and 40' ISO containers (including refrigerated containers); dangerous goods of classes 1, 1.4S, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 by the IMDG Code and International Code for transportation of bulk cargoes.

Navigation area: open and inland seas with restrictions, in accordance with the class II SP; inland waterways of the European part of the Russian Federation through the Volga-Baltic and Volga-Don system, as well as in inland waterways of European countries, to the extent permitted by the dimensions of the vessel.

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  • Universal dry cargo ship with a deadweight of 5,460 tons. Project 00101

00101 type vessels are designed to carry general cargoes, bulk cargoes (including grain, coal, ore), mineral fertilizers (in bulk and in bags); metal (bundles, rolls of up to 35 tons); paper (rolls), wood products (packaged, including round timber); fruits and vegetables (packaged); 20' и 40' ISO containers (including refrigerated containers); dangerous goods of classes 1, 1.4S, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 by the IMDG Code and International Code for transportation of bulk cargoes.

Navigation area: open and inland seas with restrictions, in accordance with the vessel class; inland waterways of the European part of the Russian Federation through the Volga-Baltic and Volga-Don system, as well as in inland waterways of European countries, to the extent permitted by the dimensions of the vessel.

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  • “Primemax” type tanker with a deadweight of 5,400 tons. Project 00216

The tanker is designed for the transportation of crude oil and oil products without any flash-point restrictions, including products requiring heating, vegetable oils (technical use). It can be operated in the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas, in accordance with its class and on inland waterways of the European part of the Russian Federation through the Volga-Don canal and Volga-Baltic waterway.

The construction of three “Primemax” type tankers by OJSC “Okskaya Sudoverf” was carried out under contract with AET — a large operator of global oil transportation, which is owned by the MISC group. A project 00216 tanker is a vessel for the second restricted navigation area, with ice strengthening. The main difference of the project is the lack of a longitudinal bulkhead. The capacity of the cargo pumps was somewhat reduced, the fullness of the hull was increased, including the fore and aft part of the hull system that underwent some changes. All the electronic systems of the vessel were manufactured abroad. The vessel’s length: 139.9 meters, overall width: 16.7, sea deadweight: 6.6 thousand tons.

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  • Ice class utility boat. Project ST23WI

An ice class utility boat under project ST23WI with functions of a service/crew boat is designed to deliver to vessels inspection crews, crew members and their families, cargoes weighing up to 0.5 tons, serving as a patrol boat for inspection and ecological monitoring of water areas, as well as to perform the functions of a pilot boat.

Navigation area: port, harbor and coastal operation within the boundaries set by the Russian International Registry of Vessels in each case.

Operating conditions: year-round operation in unfreezing seas and under very light ice conditions, corresponding to ice class 2 set by the Russian International Registry of Vessels in non-Arctic seas.

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  • Dredging vessel with a capacity of 100 tons. Project 8597

A project 8597 dredging vessel with a capacity of 100 tons is designed for dredging and deepening operations, as well as for the production of non-metallic building materials, development, excavation and movement of soil from flooded quarries.

Scope of use: land reclamation works; dredging and clearing works on ponds; construction of dams, embankments, platforms; sand mining; deepening operations on rivers, canals, and other water bodies falling under the "L" category according to the classification of the Russian River Registry.

The dredging vessel may be operated in the range of ambient temperatures from -5oC to + 35o C. The water depth must be at least 0.8 m.

The dredging vessel has a number of positive factors as to the ecological impact of such river cleaning and dredging operations:

  • a compact laying of soil with high slope angles, which is important in the cramped conditions of a city;
  • an organized draining of clarified water by pipes back into the pond or to a specially prepared sump;
  • only clean washed sand is used for beaches and other grounds, whereas any silt or clay components, branches, bark, etc. are washed into the sump.

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  • Dredging vessel with a capacity of 20 tons. Project 8628

A project 8628 dredging vessel is designed for the development, excavation and movement of soil from flooded quarries.

Scope of use: land reclamation works; dredging and clearing works on ponds; construction of dams, embankments, other platforms; sand mining; deepening operations on rivers, canals, and other water bodies falling under the "L" category according to the classification of the Russian River Registry.

The dredging vessel may be operated in the range of ambient temperatures from -5o C to + 35o C.

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  • Dry cargo barge with a capacity of 4,000/5,000 tons. Project 03040

A project 03040 dry cargo barge is designed for transporting general and bulk cargoes, including dangerous cargoes of classes 4 and 5 by the IMDG Code, which do not require any special fire-fighting systems, autonomous systems of drainage, artificial ventilation, continuous monitoring of the cargo.

Operated by pushing (in the river) or towing. Dangerous goods may only be transported by pushing in the river and by towing in the sea.

Navigation area: inland basins of the Russian Federation and maritime areas in accordance with the vessel class.

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  • Dry cargo barge with a capacity of 4,130 tons. Project 03020

A project 03020 dry cargo barge is designed for the transportation of general and bulk cargoes, including dangerous goods: bulk sulfur in granules or in lumps and ammonium nitrate (ammonium - nitrate fertilizer) in packages. Operated by pushing, including in column or in a single vessel tow.

Navigation area: inland basins of the Russian Federation and maritime areas in accordance with the vessel class.

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  • Liquid cargo barge with a capacity of 4,500 tons. Project 16806

A project 16806 tank barge is designed for the transportation of oil products, including with a flash point below 60o C as well as requiring heating. During one trip, only one type of oil products is transported.

The oil tank barge has two horizontal cylinder cargo tanks along the vessel embedded in the body and divided into cargo tanks, with a forecastle and an aftercastle, with a forward compartment and a room for auxiliary mechanisms in the aft

The aft end of the vessel has a recess designed for the forward part of a tugboat/pushboat, necessary to connect the pushboat to the barge.

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  • Pontoon motor road bridges

A pontoon motor road bridge is intended to ensure the crossing of water bodies by wheeled and tracked vehicles and pedestrians.

A mobile bridge may be used for the construction, restoration or repairs of a permanent bridge.

A simple design and a low cost of manufacture compared to stationary bridges allow to build a crossing in places where there are no stationary bridges.

A full metal covering of the bridge floor has anti-sliding elements and engages well with the running gear of cars passing on the bridge.most-belaya

A floating road bridge may if necessary have one or two movable sections to allow for vessels to pass. A simple and reliable design of the movable sections ensures that a bridge can be drawn or movable sections can be added to it within 2-3 minutes.

The bridge has a room for the maintenance crew, and also lighting and alarm systems to ensure safe passage for ships, cars and pedestrians. A radio set may be installed in the maintenance crew room to communicate with passing ships.

If necessary, the floating sections of the bridge can be disassembled within several days. The shore elements are built on place to an individual design and are stationary.

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  • Mobile pontoon fleets PP-91

The mobile pontoon fleets PP-91 are an indispensable facility in areas prone to floods and are intended for rapidly making temporary bridge connections and pontoon crossings over small rivers and lakes in order to transport machinery and goods for temporary and seasonal operations in remote areas. -91

A mobile pontoon fleet PP-91 consists of (river and shore) pontoon links carried on URAL trucks with special platforms and motor boats used to install and disassemble the bridges and also to tow ferries. The motor boats are also transported on trucks.

When a bridge is built, each pontoon link “unloads itself” by rolling off the truck platform directly into the water and then “self-opens” on the water> The crew connects the links together. To disassemble the bridge a loading device installed on the truck platform is used to load pontoon links onto the truck.

Minimal time in building or disassembling a bridge is achieved when each link is transported on a separate truck.

In hard-to-access areas the link may be transported and the bridge may be built using helicopters (externally suspension).

A pontoon fleet helps assemble both floating bridges and ferries of normal or increased width.

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