Linde heavy cargo in timelaps
Spectacular heavy cargo at bayernhafen Passau
This emphasis was about 27 feet long, about six feet wide and about five feet high. How accurate ir was loaded into the inland waterway vessel at the bayernhafen Passau, shows the 40-second video in time-lapse .
A so-called cold box that was shipped in late June at bayernhafen Passau for the Linde Group. The cold box consists of heat exchangers with piping and other process components for an ammonia plant for the production of fertilizers. The envelope of the 150-ton system of the country inland was performed with mobile truck cranes. Per inland vessel it went over the Danube, Main-Danube Canal and the Rhine to the Seaport Rotterdam - and from there by sea ship to indonesia.
On the same day a 80-ton Preecoler was still loaded on an inland waterway vessel. The 20-meter-long heat exchanger was destined for China, where it is installed in a plant for the liquefaction of natural gas.
The equipment was manufactured at about 90 kilometers east of Munich, Linde plant in Schalchen. Two heavy-duty vehicles with 64 or 29 meters in length transported the plant components for the bayernhafen Passau, which is part of the bayernhafen Gruppe. With the envelope options for heavy and bulky items, the six bayernhafen sites contribute significantly to the backup location of the plant in Bavaria.