The C-5 and C-7 Series Self Elevating Platforms predominantly operate in the geotechnical arena in coastal and inland waters.
Due to the modular structure the Combifloat units are easy and cost effective to transport by road or ship.
Drilling slots or moonpools to facilitate the drilling works can easily be created by shifting pontoons during the assembly of the platform or integration of a drilling slot in one or more pontoons.
C5 – For smaller construction spreads and marine site investigations
The modular C-5 Self-Elevating Platform is the ideal jack-up platform for construction and geotechnical works in coastal and inland waters. The design provides a platform for lighter and smaller spreads of equipment.
With a 100 ton variable deck load capacity and 15 ton/m2 deck strength, the C-5 is the platform of choice for geotechnical companies. Over 250 m2 deck space is usable without obstructions. The deck layout can be fully tailored to client’s mission equipment and operating method.
To facilitate drilling operations, moonpools or drill slots can be created. This can easily be done by shifting pontoons during assembly or by integrating a drilling slot in a pontoon.
Depending on soil penetration and waves, the platform can cover water depths up to 23 meter, with extensions possible in a moderate environment.
C7 – For medium construction spreads
The modular C-7 Self-Elevating Platform is the ideal jack-up platform for port and nearshore marine works. The design provides maximum uptime for construction and maintenance of terminals, jetties, ports, breakwaters, bridges, land- and outfalls of cables or pipelines and offshore facilities.
Offering a 400 ton variable deck load capacity and an unparalleled 15 ton/m2 deck strength, makes the C-7 the platform of choice for heavy duty marine construction works. It provides a large 520 m2 free deck space. Without obstructions on deck, the deck layout can be fully tailored to client’s mission equipment and operating method. Depending on soil penetration and waves, the platform can cover water depths up to 30 meter, with increases possible in moderate environment.
Safe and efficient lifting, lowering and (re)positioning of the platform is enabled through the central or local controlled jacking system and 4-point mooring system. Redundancy is provided by two independent hydraulic pump sets and manual control of crucial platform functions.