The Nigerian port is a multi-purpose deepwater port. It is the largest seaport in Nigeria and one of the largest seaports in West Africa. Nigerian ports are capable of handling approximately 6 million standard containers and a large amount of liquid and dry bulk non container cargo. The port is equipped with ships capable of transporting over 14500 containers. Provide tremendous support for the thriving commercial operations in Nigeria and the entire West African region.
In July 2022, Clescrane provide a double girder Overhead crane 18t (CHD18t-22.5m H=10.268m A5/M5 remote control) for the port of Nigeria to repair the port equipment slings. The motors equipped with this crane have heating and dehumidification functions to adapt to the humid environment of the seaside; Each main girder is cut into 3 sections for loading into the container. The main beam cutoff is set at 1/3 of the main beam span to reduce stress concentration; The cut-off point is positioned with a pin axis and has increased shear resistance. At the same time, reinforcement measures are taken locally at the web to ensure that the force meets the requirements.
This is also the first new CHD bridge crane to fully adopt plug and play standards in its electrical system. Service provider partners praised this as the easiest equipment he has ever installed. According to the installation manual and electrical wiring, it is very convenient, and the customer's operation experience is very good.
This crane has been installed by a Clescrane's local service provider in Nigeria.