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12m Dumb Barge. Sloped Ends Front & Back. 4 Sets Of Bollards. Timber Belting In Steel Channel All Around Deck Level (100mm). 6mm Deck Plating. 6mm Steel Hull Plating. 600mm Vertical Tube Through The Barge For Underwater Lifting. 4 X Watertight Compartments.
|Length over all:||12m|
12m x 4.8m x 1.2m
4 x water tight compartments each with 2 flush mounted deck hatches.
6.35mm Lloyds A Grade Deck Plating.
6.35mm Lloyds A Grade Steel Hull Plating with timber belting.
600mm diameter vertical tube through the barge for underwater lifting
The barge is heavily built with 4 watertight compartments, 150mm x 100mm x 10mm longitudinal beams with 100mm x 6mm top and bottom frames, and 75mm x 50mm x 6mm vertical stiffners and 100mm Sch80 Pipe Stanchions as deck supports.
The belting is timber fitted into 150mm x 75mm steel channel.
Painting : All steel blasted and painted prior to construction works.
External Underwater - International Intergard 269 epoxy, Intertuf 362, Intergard 263, Antifouling.
External Topsides - International Interzone 954 epoxy, topcoat Interthane 990.
Barge Deck - International Interzone 954 epoxy
Internals - Interzone 954 epoxy.
Total Weight - approx 14 tonnes.
In terms of the carrying capacity / deck loading capability of this barge.
This is a more complicated question, as it depends on the actual function and location of the barge and the operating parameters.
By quick calculation approx 50 tonnes of weight could be placed evenly on the deck of the barge which would put it to the level of its belting - ie: it would essentially almost be sinking.
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Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.