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Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg

Heavy lifting at Bladt in Aalborg

23-01-2014 10:00:00


Large forces and four cranes were at work on Tuesday at Bladt in Aalborg, as the 400-ton upper part of the switchyard Nordsee Ost Substation was lifted into place in place on the lower part.

Next task is to install two transformers weighing 160 tonnes each and the finer part of the installation work can begin.

The task is on schedule and transformer station is expected to be operational from July.

Source: Bladt / Maritime Denmark


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