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Off The Back Of A Truck (17-08-2019)
A two axle All Terrain crane belonging to the UK Army, came off the back of a truck earlier 16/08/2019 on a motorway near Rosyth, Scotland.
The delivery truck was heading south on the M-90 motorway towards the new Queensferry crossing bridge to Edinburgh when the load broke free on straight section close to a junction. Given that this occurred on a straight section of road, one assumes that the truck was forced to brake suddenly and sharply, causing the tie down slings/chains to break?
The incident blocked the road for some time and caused traffic chaos, but thankfully no one was injured or hurt. If it had landed on a car passing in the fast lane this could have been a very nasty accident.
A 300 tonne six axle crane overturned in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 09/08/2019
The crane a 300 tonne Liebherr LTM 1300-6.1 owned by Xcaliber Crane and Rigging, had been set up outside of the Dr Margaret Ann Armour school on the south side of Edmonton, Alberta, the operator was said to be running through safety checks and had raised the mostly retracted main boom from its trailing boom dolly to full elevation, and as the counterweight slewed over one of the rear outriggers the jack punched through the surface and sank causing the crane to tip over rearwards.
Thankfully on one was hurt in the incident, even though the crane cab was damaged, and damage was limited to the crane and the ground. The Alberta Labour and Immigration department and Occupational Health and Safety inspectors are investigating the incident.
Installs Equipment On Cruise Ship Using Three Liebherr Cranes (14-08-2019)
236 metres long for 999 passengers – Meyer-Werft handed over the Spirit of Discovery to British shipping company Saga Cruises at the end of June in Emden. The final equipment was installed on the ship prior to this by three Liebherrmobile cranes. Crane and heavy haulage contractor Ulferts GmbH used two LTM 1250-5.1 cranes and an LTM 1100-5.2 for this work.
The space available on the pier for the three 5-axle mobile cranes was constricted as, in addition to the set-up sites for the cranes, the general fitting out work also required some of the available space. As a result, the VarioBallast® feature on the two LTM 1250-5.1 cranes proved very beneficial as it enabled the ballast radius to be reduced for hoists with a small radius.
Both LTM 1250-5.1 cranes were set up with their full ballast of 88 tonnes. The 250-tonne crane at the stern of the vessel had to manage radii of up to 44 metres with loads of up to 10 tonnes. The LTM 1250-5.1, which was responsible for covering the centre of the vessel, was set up with a hydraulically adjustable lattice fly jib to enable it to complete hoists over the edge of the ship at a height of around 50 metres reaching well over the centre axis of the vessel. Loads of 7 tonnes with a radius of 40 metres were hoisted to install the main funnel.
Measuring 236 metres in length and 31.2 metres in width, Spirit of Discovery is among the group of smaller, more exclusive cruise ships. The keel of its identical sister ship for Saga Cruises was laid at Meyer Werft at the beginning of June. The Spirit of Adventure will be completed in summer 2020.