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210 Class Self-Propelled Jack Up Rig w/ DP2

210 Class Self-Propelled Jack Up Rig w/ DP2

The high performance, four legged, self-propelled, DP2 and self-elevating, multi-purpose jack-up unit has been designed to the requirements of ABS rules and regulations. It's Classification Society and Notation is ABS (Maltese cross) A1 Self-Elevating Unit + AMS + DPS-2. This vessel can undertake field moves and positioning for jacking operations without any tug assistance.

Location: China

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Technical Details

Principal Dimensions and Characteristics
  Year Built: 2017
  Classification Society: ABS (Maltese cross) A1 Self Elevating Unit + AMS + DPS-2
  Length: 69.5 m 228 feet
  Beam: 44 m 144 feet
  Depth: 5.5 m 18 feet
  Inner-Bottom Depth:: 1.525 m 5 feet
    Standard accommodation is provided for 150 men in 1-man, 2-men and 4-men rooms.
    Has the capacity to upgrade the accommodations up to 300 men.
Legs (4)
  Type: Open Lattice
  Cross Section: Triangular
  Length: 112.2 m 368 feet
Spud Cans (4)
  Bearing Pressure: 43.45 Tonnes / sq.meter 8.9 Kips / sq.foot
Machinery and Propulsion
  Diesel Generators (4):
    Make/Model: Caterpillar / 3512 CHD
    Power @ 1800 RPM: 387.5 kW x 4 520 hp x 4
    Total Voltage: 690 V
    Total Frequency: 60 Hz
  Azimuthing Thrusters (4):
    Power: 746 kW x4 1,000 hp x 4
    Location: 4 corners
    Driven By: Rig's Main Power and VFD
  DP2 Control and Navigation Systems
    Make: Kongsberg
    Self-Propulsion Speed (in calm weather): 5 knots
Tank Capacities
  Fuel Oil: 668 cubic meters 874 cubic yards
  Potable Water: 680 cubic meters 889 cubic yards
  Ballast: 1,380 cubic meters 1,805 cubic yards
  Brine: 208 cubic meters 272 cubic yards
  Base Oil: 208 cubic meters 272 cubic yards
  Buffer Tank: 416 cubic meters 544 cubic yards
Cranes (3)
  Location: STBD AFT

Pedestal Mounted, Electric-Hydraulic Crane

    Make/Model: API / 2C 7th Edition
    Boom: 42.67 m 140 feet
    Capacity @ 10 m (33 feet) Radius: 220 Tonnes
    Capacity @ 20 m (66 feet) Radius: 140 Tonnes
    Capacity @ 27.5 m (90 feet) Radius: 60 Tonnes
    Lifting Speed: 0-20 m per minute 0-66 feet per minute
  Location: PORT

Pedestal Mounted, Electric-Hydraulic Crane

    Make/Model: API / 2C 7th Edition
    Boom: 36.57 m 120 feet
    Capacity: 50 Tonnes
    Capacity @ 24.4 m (80 feet) Radius: 30 Tonnes
  Location: STBD
    Type: Pedestal Mounted, Electric-Hydraulic Crane
    Make/Model: API / 2C 7th Edition
    Boom: 36.57 m 120 feet
    Capacity: 30 Tonnes
    Capacity @ 30.48 m (100 feet) Radius: 8 Tonnes (Off-Board)
Deck Loads
  Main Deck (Some Areas): 10 Tonnes per sq. meter 2,048 lbs. per sq. foot
  Main Deck (All Other Areas): 5 Tonnes per sq. meter 1,024 lbs. per sq. foot
  Quarters' Deck: 0.45 Tonnes per sq. meter 92.16 lbs. per sq. foot
Jacking System
  Make/Model: Siemens / P2PA21
  Pinions: 48
  Capacity: 200 Tonnes per pinion, 0.46 m / min speed
Design Storm Survival Environment
  Maximum Wave Height: 10.06 m 33 feet
  Corresponding Wave Period: 12 seconds
  Maximum Wind Velocity (one min. avg.): 51.5 m/s 100 knots
  Current at Surface: 3 knots
  Current at Bottom: 1 knots
  Penetration: 3.05 m 10 feet
Equipment on Deck
  Raw Water Supply - Hose Reels (2)
    Length: 45 m each 150 feet each
    Capacity: 400 cubic meters per hour each
  Sewage Treatment Plant - for processing black & grey water suitable for 150 POB. (Vacuum type toilets)
  Water Maker - 2 x Reverse Osmosis (RO) type Water Makers, 40 m3 / day each for potable water generation
Emergency Equipment
  4 x 75 Men Davit Launched Lifeboats
  1 x 20 MT Emergency Mooring winch with 4.5 MT Anchor, 58 mm diameter, 300 meter wire
  All details on these pages are given in good faith and are believed to be accurate but no warranty of accuracy or completeness or suitability for purpose is either stated or implied. Prices are subject to change without notice

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