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  • NorthLink Ferries
    the ferry operates in one propeller mode
  • Pedestrian Walkway: Delivering A Safe, Movable Ferry Bridge On-Time With Nook Ball Screw Jacks
    a daily ferry, which transports passengers and automobiles back and forth between Aberdeen and the Shetland Islands, and needed an adjustable pedestrian bridge that could be raised and lowered to connect with ferries at different tidal levels and provide passengers with a safe, enclosed means
  • Archipelago ferries, Waxholm
    Each propeller shaft now has installed one Dellner Brakes type SKD 65 pressure applied disc brake operating on a 600 mm (23.6 in) diameter brake disc. With 59 bar (856 psi) hydraulic pressure to each brake, a torque of 4,2 kNm (37,170 lbf-in) is generated. After installation of the shaft brakes, the
  • Catamaran Ferry 1, Mols-Linjen
    Each engine shaft is equipped with four Dellner Brakes type SKD 50 hydraulically applied disc brakes operating on two 495 mm (19.5 in) diameter discs (2 brakes per disc). The brakes are activated with pneumatic to hydraulic pressure intensifiers. Pneumatic pressure of 7 bar (102 psi) is raised to 91
  • Catamaran Ferry 2, Stena Line
    Each of the two drive shafts is equipped with a 1150 mm (45.3 in) diameter brake disc and eight Dellner Brakes type SKD 80 hydraulically applied disc brakes. The pressure for the brakes is provided by pneumatic to hydraulic pressure intensifiers. Pneumatic pressure of 7 bar (101.5 psi) is increased
  • Case Study: Dove Harbour
    Emergency / parking brakes for hosting winch drives on a ro-ro catamaran ferry bridge.
  • Dover Harbour
    Emergency/parking brakes for hoisting winch drives on a ro-ro catamaran ferry bridge. The purpose of the brakes is to hold the bridge between the dock and catamaran ferry during car and truck loading. Two Dellner Brakes type SKP 4x120-138 spring applied, hydraulically released disc brakes operating
  • Ship's Steering Gear Motor Problem Diagnosed Using IR Technology (.pdf)
    The Queen of Saanich Ro-Ro Passenger Ferry experienced a high temperature bearing problem with one of its main steering gear motors. IR analysis showed the non drive end thrust bearing as the source of the heat being generated. It was thought at the time that the bearing was in failure mode

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