Industrias Navales A Xunqueira acquires a hydraulic trailer

14-07-2016
The trailer works as an ideal complement to operate in conjunction with the travelift, since its function is limited to removing and placing the boats in the water
The trailer works as an ideal complement to operate in conjunction with the travelift, since its function is limited to removing and placing the boats in the water

The Industrias Navales A Xunqueira shipyard, located in Moaña (Pontevedra), now has a new hydraulic trailer to optimize the space of its dry dock and marina. The current 100-ton travelift is a not very agile machine for lifting small boats and the use of space is minimal due to its width. To improve its operations, the shipyard has acquired a new hydraulic trailer from Almarin with the capacity to handle vessels of up to 15 tons.

The trailer works as an ideal complement to operate in conjunction with the travelift, since its function is limited to removing and placing the boats in the water. This trailer, as it has a maximum external width of 3.26m, allows boats to be handled more easily and quickly, as well as reducing the distance between parked boats, making the most of the dock space. The trailer is made of dip galvanized steel, with a maximum length of 7.93m (with extension arm included). Its incorporated hydraulic system allows elevation, adjustable width and articulation of the front wheels to facilitate maneuvering. The trailer is equipped with a control panel that is placed on the motor vehicle and allows better maneuverability by the operator. The trailer is designed to work on uneven ground thanks to its independent lateral regulation.

Floating Pontoons
Floating Pontoons

From Lindley Group we build piers to open new leisure spaces in natural locations. The piers are made of materials that adapt to their environment, either with a wooden structure in a quieter setting or with a metal structure designed for more demanding conditions, such as one designed for boarding passengers.

Adapted Sailing Infrastructures
Adapted Sailing Infrastructures

The Lindley Group is strongly committed to the field of adapted sailing. Its goal is to provide floating infrastructures adapted to the needs of people with reduced mobility.

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