Elevators for off-shore platforms

Design of lifts for off-shore platforms

 

For many years now MA.RI.GE. Srl has been working in the off-shore sector for some of the world’s most important companies.

We have highly specialized technicians in this area, all in possession of the required technical qualifications and able to deal with any type of elevator.
In addition, all the technicians we send are our own direct employees and have the necessary safety certificates (specific courses like OPITO BOSIET HUET) and medical certificates (OGUK medical certificate).
We have designed and installed systems intended for people and goods as well, with fire-resistant, water-tight, gas-tight and ATEX applications.
We also deal with “spare parts” materials for each type of system.

Lift and elevation systems compliant with ISO 8383 requirements

 

Lifts on ships are subject to European and international regulations. The main ones are UNI 81-20 and 81-50 (ex UNI 81-1 and 81-2) and in particular ISO 8383, which provides specific requirements for the design, installation and inspection of lifts on ships, to which are added the regulations of the various Naval Registers and National Flags.

In particular, ISO 8383 regulates the timing for carrying out the inspection visit which must be carried out by qualified personnel: “12.2 the inspection should preferably be carried out at 12 month intervals, but at intervals not exceeding 18 months unless the rules classification societies and the other rules referred to in clause 0 do not require anything else ”.

MA.RI.GE. at the request of the shipowner, carries out periodic, annual and five-year inspections of the lifts and, when required, assists the register of competence for the visit on the plants for the renewal of the ship’s class. The technicians who intervene are regularly hired and have all the required qualifications.

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MA.RI.GE. S.r.l.
Via Archimede, 173 R
16142 Genova (GE)
Tel. +39 010 394736
info@marige.191.it
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