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ACE Winches Supplies Winch Solution for the DolWin Topside Float-Over


Published May 23, 2017
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ACE Winches, a global supplier of specialised marine deck machinery, successfully mobilised and installed a winch package for use on the jacket installation and float-over of the DolWin Topside platform.

The DolWin platform is one of the world’s largest high voltage direct current (HVDC) converter platforms, generating enough power to provide approximately 1 million households with clean energy. Measuring 100 metres in length, 70 m wide, standing 90 m and weighing approximately 15,000 tonnes, the platform is located in the German Bight of the North Sea.

ACE Winches supplied a winch solution which was used in conjunction with the jacket installation and float-over of the topside, the package included 6 x 120 Tonne WLL Hydraulic Drum Winch, 2 x 85 Tonne WLL Hydraulic Drum Winch, 4 x 30 Tonne WLL Hydraulic Drum Winch and ACE Running Line Monitors, 2 x ACE 14 Tonne WLL Hydraulic Drum Winch all of which was supported by Hydraulic Power Units. The specialised equipment, designed and manufactured by ACE Winches was mobilised and installed by a team of engineers and technicians at the start of May 2017, with an ACE operational team to oversee and operate the winch equipment.

Alfie Cheyne says, “ACE Winches was delighted to secure a 6-figure contract for the DolWin jacket installation and float-over, and having an opportunity to supply a complex winch solution for this large project. With over 25 years-experience designing and manufacturing specialised marine deck machinery, the company was able to supply the exact solution to the project.”

The specialised equipment was supplied directly from the company’s rental fleet, all of which is designed, engineered and manufactured at the company’s global headquarters in Scotland.

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