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Deck Handling and Cranes

In rough seas or in environmental protection zones, modern tugboats must escort larger ships safely into port. In this industry, time is money in the truest sense of the word.

Your benefits with WAGO at a glance:

  • Valve control using the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM
  • CODESYS controller library
  • Parameterize proportional valves via WAGO-I/O-CHECK

WAGO in Marine Applications

Solutions for Deck Handling and Cranes

Our solutions for deck handling and cranes have proven themselves in practice on the high seas and under the most difficult conditions.

Closed Hatches and Secured Cargo

This gives a competitive advantage to whoever can offer their services nearly “around the clock.” Highly automated winches and machines on deck provide the best possible protection when maneuvering at sea. The same holds true for loading and unloading using cranes and gangway systems on offshore wind farms or oil drilling platforms. A highlight here is the direct control of proportional valves, making expensive valve amplifiers and proprietary solutions a thing of the past. Parameterization moves into automation at the point where the tool chain is available anyway.

Our WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 sets new standards:

  • Integration into media-redundant or high-availability ETHERNET networks with SIL-compliant modules, or simply the standard WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
  • Specialty modules for direct control of proportional valve modules and all further modules from the product range – the most compact solution for any application!

See our Solutions at Work

WAGO has several exciting projects in the area of deck handling and cranes. Read about the most recent ones here.

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December 4, 2018
Topics

Digital – Down to the Fingertips

PLM, ERP, MES – In the industries of the future, software technologies like these will be increasingly used to digitize and automate ordering and production processes. No business headed for smart factory technology can afford to be without them. The people at WAGO, based in Minden, Germany have realized this, too. As early as 2000, the company began to comprehensively digitize its value added chain. Today, the manufacturer of electrical interconnection and automation products not only saves on paper, it also decides when and where orders will be processed in a fully automated manner. This is especially relevant, not only when shipping in-stock items, but also when producing custom products for customers.

December 4, 2018
Interview

“We improve consistency and data transparency along the value added chain.“

Interview regarding control cabinet manufacturing with Simone Brinkmann-Tewes, manager of smartData Engineering at Wago Kontakttechnik

December 4, 2018
Customer application

Savings with Spring Clamp Terminals

When the automotive company wants to reduce costs, the suppliers must also react. F.EE builds control cabinets for a number of OEMs, and the compact WAGO spring pressure connection technology facilitates the work. The company, located in the Upper Palatinate, has relied on the innovative clamping technology since the 80s.

December 4, 2018
Customer application

The Trend toward Compact Power Plants

2G Energy AG exploits a number of application areas for cogeneration plants with their g-box. The compact systems are tailored to be profitable small power plants, with an electrical output range from 20 to 50 kW, for use in small hotels, industrial operations, or apartment blocks. The CHP specialists from western Münster have designed the quiet turnkey module for coupling power and heat to be particularly lean. Completely assembled DIN-rails from WAGO are used for the electronics connections.
December 4, 2018
Customer application

Installation and Service Are Simpler

The times of clearly delineated machine rooms at the head of shaft systems are coming to an end in residential and commercial buildings. The structural volume allocated for modern elevators is being increasingly reduced. Spatial efficiency is everything. The technology has moved from the machine housings to the shafts, namely to those areas where there is still free space. Janzhoff Aufzüge, specialists in elevators and escalators, use the TOPJOB® S Rail-Mount Terminal Block System from WAGO for handling the dramatically increased level of data strings involved. By using the associated marking system, they have achieved additional efficiencies during installation and servicing.
November 19, 2018
News

New MCS MAXI 6 Connectors with Levers – Field Wiring in Next to No Time

The MULTI CONNECTION SYSTEM (MCS) expands: WAGO's new MCS MAXI 6 line of pluggable connectors can terminate 10 mm2 (8 AWG) conductors and has integrated levers, making fast and convenient wiring possible.

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