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Limfjordskaj II - DKTYB-0003

Heavy-lift quay for projects - Quay 2009, 2010

Project quay facilities for very heavy cargo

Construction of the project quay facilities in Sydhavnen in 2016 has increased capacity for heavy cargo at the Port of Thyboron and paved the way for a new activity in the form of project cargo handling and installation of offshore wind farms in the North Sea.

The project quay facilities are also ideal for mobilising offshore vessels and constructing special equipment and components that are too large to be transported by road and therefore have to take the sea route.

The vessels have easy access to water and electricity supplies at the quay, and can easily dispose of ship waste and slop oil. Limfjordskaj II is one of the quays at the Port of Thyboron where vessels have access to a sewerage connection.

Quay exclusivity can be arranged for installation and construction projects at the project quay. This ensures the vessel can berth at the quay as soon as it arrives.

Safe passage to the quay

The heavy cargo quay is well protected from the North Sea inside the Liim Fiord, with an east-facing entrance to the quay. Safe navigation to the quay in all weather conditions is guaranteed 365 days a year.

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High capacity heavy cargo quay

The quay is designed for very heavy lifting. It has a load capacity of 23 tonnes per square metre and a point load of 430 tonnes. It is therefore no problem to lift even the heaviest transformers ashore on this quay.

Vessel gears may be used for loading and discharging and there is easy access for cranes at the quayside area.

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Lots of quayside land

There is ample space at the quayside for manoeuvring heavy cargo. There is 150,000 square metres of adjacent land for temporary storage near the quay. The facilities provide a good overview, which makes it convenient for trucks and mobile cranes to manoeuvre in the area.

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Good working conditions

The quay road on Limfjordskaj II is 30 metres wide. Behind the quay road, there is an additional 5,000 m2 of concrete pavement designed for heavy cargo manoeuvres, ensuring excellent working conditions at the quay facilities during component handling.

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Easy access from quay to road

At the Port of Thyboron, the maximum distance from quay to main road is 500 metres. The harbour is being expanded parallel to the main road and away from the town centre. This makes life much easier for truck drivers and ensures a reliable workflow without delays and road congestion, even during the summer period.

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RO-RO facilities

The Southern part of the Limfjordskaj II is equipped with fenders for RO-RO operation in Mediterranean style. Two duc d´albes and additional bollards with 75, and 150 swl are at your disposal south from the quay for mooring.

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Storm bollards and capstans

Limfjordskaj II is equipped with two strong 150-tonne SWL storm bollards, one north and one south of the quay, and eleven 75-tonne SWL storm bollards. There are also two capstans, one north and one south of the quay, right next to the strongest storm bollards.

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Also suited to bulk cargo handling

During periods when no offshore construction is underway, the project quay is used for numerous bulk cargo operations. The quay is also ideal for this purpose, with easy access for trucks and from the quay to the main road.

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Technical data- Limfjordskaj II

Berth number

Berth 1
2009
Berth 2
2010

Navigation

Water depth, m
10
Turning area, m
180
Port entrance corridor, m
90
Currents, kn
1

Quay facility specifications

Dimensions

Quay length, m
180
Quay wall in m
2,2
Quay width, m
30
ISPS gate, width, m
5
ISPS gate, heavy haulage, width, m
20

Capacity

Bearing capacity, t per m2
23
Distributet pressure, t per m2
430
Point load, t
430
Vertical bearing capacity quay wall / capping beam, t per m
34

Type

Quay type, Sheet pile wall
Capping beam type, concrete
Capping beam width, m
1
ISPS
Surface type quay, concrete
Heavy lift quay facilities

Service

Accessibility for maritime service
Accessible for cranes

History

Construction year
2016

Quay equipment

Supplies

Power supplies
Power stations on quay
2
Power connection point, Power station 1, 125 amp
2
Power connection point, Power station 1, 63 amp
2
Power connection point, Power station 1, 32 amp
2
Power connection point, Power station 2, 63 amp
2
Power connection point, Power station 2, 32 amp
2
Power specifications, kWa, Volt, Hz
10, 400, 50
Water supplies at quay
Water hydrants on quay
2
Water feed capacity, tons or m3 per hour
100
Wi-Fi, fiber connection
Bunkering at quay
Slopoil disposal
Waste disposal

Maritime equipment

Fenders diametre, m
1,8
Fenders width, m
0,75
Distance between fenders, m
0,8
Bollard, quantity
11 & 2
Bollard type, bean
Bollard swl, capacity, t
75 & 150
Distance between bollard, m
21
Capstan at quay
2
Duc d'albe at quay
2

Safety

Safety ladders, quantity
4
Safety ladders, type SeaSafe with LED lights
Distance between safety ladders, m
40
Safety point, quantity
2
Safety requirements , safety helmet

Environment

LED lightning, numbers
2
LED working lights, amount
2
Sewage
Slopoil disposal
Waste disposal

Hinterland at the quayside

Dimensions

Onshore area at quayside, m2
150000
Project area, m2
5000
Project area width, m2
102
Project area depth, m
51
Concrete-surfaced felt areas, m
5x5
Storage area, m2
120000

Capacity

Bearing capacity, project area at quayside, t per m2
23
Surface thickness, project area, cm
23
Bearing capacity, quayside storage area, t per m2
50
Surface thickness, quayside storage area, cm
40

Type

Surface type project area, concrete
Surface type onshore area, chippings
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Port Map 2020 Project Quays