Skagit Offers 130-Page Catalog On Full Line Of Offshore Deck Machinery
A ring-bound, hard-cover catalog containing 130 removable pages and data sheets is being offered by the Skagit Corporation.
Skagit Division of Continental Emsco Company, Sedro-Woolley, Wash., specializes in the design, development, and manufacture of a wide variety of heavy-duty equipment to meet the specific needs of its marine/offshore customers.
Over the years, a standard line of equipment has evolved to meet most requirements of drilling and construction vessels. This big ring-bound catalog presents Skagit's standard line of equipment for offshore drilling and construction applications. All models shown have been designed, constructed, and proven. As a result, they may be purchased at a cost substantially lower than units requiring new engineering, tooling, pattern cutting, spare parts documenting, and writing efforts.
However, the Skagit line is flexible. If a customer has requirements over and above the specific equipment presented in this catalog, Skagit's engineering and marketing staff will work closely with him to help solve specific equipment needs. Skagit's list of offshore customers includes drilling and supply vessel operators worldwide.
The catalog is divided into 12 sections, each giving full technical specifications and applications, and illustrating each unit with schematic drawings, diagrams, and photographs. The machinery described includes: mooring equipment; windlasses, winches, and combination units f o r drilling vessel mooring systems; winches for construction vessel mooring systems ; towing winches; capstans; hoists; fairleads for mooring s y s t e m s ; special application sheaves for mooring systems; jackup winches; and cranes.
Features of Skagit offshore cranes, which meet the requirements of the American Bureau of Shipping and the American Petroleum Institute, include simplicity of operation, serviceability, high line speed, tubular lattice boom, diesel or electric power, piston hydraulics, independent functions, and excellent visibility.
In addition to the Sedro-Woolley headquarters, Skagit maintains offices in Houston and Paris.
For a free copy of this comprehensive catalog, Write 30 on Reader Service Card
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