IJINMB3 SHIP MOORING BUOY SYSTEM

IJINMB3 SHIP MOORING BUOY SYSTEM


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Ijin Marine Limited

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China China / 2010
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IJINMB3 SHIP MOORING BUOY SYSTEM
Mooring Buoys - A Mooring Buoy system consists of multiple steel buoys. The exact configuration depends on water depth, field requirements and environmental conditions. Typically it is a pattern of four to eight mooring points used to moor tankers. Each point consists of a rigid buoy moored to the seabed by a chain and an anchor. The prime purpose of each buoy is to act as an anchoring point for the tanker to berth. The buoys are moored to the seabed, therefore, the tanker berths without use of its own anchors. 
Each buoy has a chain hawser assembly through the centre of the buoy unit, terminating in a chainstopper on deck. The buoys are normally fitted with double quick release hooks to disconnect quickly from the tanker. Hawsers are connected to the bow or stern of the tanker on one end and to the quick release hook of the buoy on the other end. 
After mooring to the buoys, the tanker may start (off)loading by connecting a subsea hose string to the ships manifold. The other end of the hose string connects to the PipeLine End Manifold (PLEM),
 
 fixed to the seabed or any other pipeline transferring the product to or from any installation located onshore or offshore. Should the tanker leave the berth, the hose string will be laid down on the seabed, to be picked up again when the next tanker arrives.
Anchor arrangement - An anchor arrangement is deployed to connect the buoy to the seabed. For each buoy, dynamic behaviour calcultions predict the behaviour of the buoy for various wind, wave and current conditions. These calculations determine the optimum anchor leg arrangement, and the size of the various anchor leg components. 
Basic anchor leg components are:
Anchors or piles, depending on the soil data, to connect the anchor legs to the seabed
Anchor chain
Chainstoppers to connect the chain to the buoy
IJINMB3 SHIP MOORING BUOY SYSTEM
Mooring Buoys - A Mooring Buoy system consists of multiple steel buoys. The exact configuration depends on water depth, field requirements and environmental conditions. Typically it is a pattern of four to eight mooring points used to moor tankers. Each point consists of a rigid buoy moored to the seabed by a chain and an anchor. The prime purpose of each buoy is to act as an anchoring point for the tanker to berth. The buoys are moored to the seabed, therefore, the tanker berths without use of its own anchors. 
Each buoy has a chain hawser assembly through the centre of the buoy unit, terminating in a chainstopper on deck. The buoys are normally fitted with double quick release hooks to disconnect quickly from the tanker. Hawsers are connected to the bow or stern of the tanker on one end and to the quick release hook of the buoy on the other end. 
After mooring to the buoys, the tanker may start (off)loading by connecting a subsea hose string to the ships manifold. The other end of the hose string connects to the PipeLine End Manifold (PLEM),
 
 fixed to the seabed or any other pipeline transferring the product to or from any installation located onshore or offshore. Should the tanker leave the berth, the hose string will be laid down on the seabed, to be picked up again when the next tanker arrives.
Anchor arrangement - An anchor arrangement is deployed to connect the buoy to the seabed. For each buoy, dynamic behaviour calcultions predict the behaviour of the buoy for various wind, wave and current conditions. These calculations determine the optimum anchor leg arrangement, and the size of the various anchor leg components. 
Basic anchor leg components are:
Anchors or piles, depending on the soil data, to connect the anchor legs to the seabed
Anchor chain
Chainstoppers to connect the chain to the buoy

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Ijin Marine Limited

Country / Year Established
China China / 2010
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BIZ
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President
Bill Jia
Address
603,No2,Lane 138,Rushan Road,Shanghai,China
Product Category
Other Machinery Parts,Steel Wire,Valves
Year Established
2010
No. of Total Employees
1-50
Company introduction
<p>Ijin Marine Limited, born in Hong Kong, is a hardware supplier and marine service agent in China. In around 90 sea ports and river ports of China, Ijin can directly deliver on board steel wire rope, anchor, anchor chain, pump, valve, lashing material, ship outfitting, and hardware, etc. In the past 2 years, Ijin has delivered 1,000.00 tons of wire rope, anchor chain, etc in 30 ports such as Xingang, Nantong, Lanshan, Zhanjiang, Bayuquan, Fangchenggang, etc. Thanks to our staffs’ hard work and kind cooperation of 300+ vendors, now Ijin has developed to be a reliable hardware supplier for commercial ship, tug boat, cruise vessel, naval vessel, etc. Not only supplying, Ijin also trades above hardware to other countries Malaysia, Germany, USA, UAE, India, etc.

 

As an agent, Ijin provides 50 kinds of marine service in 300+ ports, 80 countries. In our database, Ijin has more than 2500 suppliers, repairers, dockyards, etc in the world. So far, in at least 20 ports, Ijin has delivered service life saving inspection, fire fighting inspection, radio inspection, underwater hull cleaning, wire rope delivery, store, spare part and provision supplying etc, for more than 15 ship owners of China, India, Taiwan, UAE, etc. Ijin moves fast enough to follow your vessel schedules every 24 hours and 7 days. In Sudan, Sierra Leone, Togo, or any other port in the whole world, Ijin always stands with you. 

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