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On board the newest self-propelled floating crane. Photo tour

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The other day, "Military Review" published news material, which described the replenishment of the Russian Navy with the next self-propelled floating crane of Project 02690. The SEC is designed to carry out standard unloading and loading operations, as well as to load weapons, including missile weapons, on military ships. SPK can transport cargo on the upper deck.


When it came to that on the auxiliary vessel fleet habitability conditions have been significantly improved and the situation itself meets all modern requirements, some of our readers have expressed doubts about the objectivity of this kind of information. In this regard, it is worth submitting a detailed photo story presented by the naval photographer Oleg Kuleshov, who visited the SPK-19150 self-propelled floating crane in Severomorsk.

Photo "exterior":



On the control panel with the navigator's seat (seat in the middle):



Gyrocompass repeater on which the direction finder is installed:


In the saloon company SPK:


Galley:


In the cabin:


Engine Room (Caterpillar C-32 Installations):
Photos used:
http://kuleshovoleg.ru
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  1. fedor13
    fedor13 13 November 2016 13: 07
    +9
    All the rules, but the crane itself is made in Holland, engines without specification are simply not ours, and rotary nozzles are there too.
    That is, the dependence on the details.
    1. vovanpain
      vovanpain 13 November 2016 13: 22
      +20
      When it came to the fact that on the auxiliary fleet vessel the living conditions were significantly improved and the situation itself meets all modern requirements, some of our readers expressed doubts about the objectivity of this kind of information. In this regard, it is worth presenting a detailed photo report presented by the naval photographer Oleg Kuleshov,
      Thank you very much for the photo report to Oleg Kuleshov. hi I have a proposal next time to bring these individual readers on an excursion, because they will say that the photo is edited. Yes, and in general such photo shows would be more likely to be organized in VO. Naturally, what can be shown. hi
      1. Dryuya2
        Dryuya2 13 November 2016 20: 11
        +9
        Virtual tour from Syrian television.
        Kuznetsov
    2. kapitan92
      kapitan92 13 November 2016 13: 31
      +20
      Quote: fedor13
      Everything's Alright,but the crane itself is made in holland, engines without specification are simply not ours and rotary nozzles are there too.
      That is, the dependence on the details.

      "......... OJSC" Shipbuilding company "Almaz" in May 2013 began construction of a series of nine mobile floating cranes of project 02690, developed by CJSC "Spetsudoproekt" (St. Petersburg) for the auxiliary fleet of Russia. was launched in accordance with a contract concluded in the spring of 2013 between Almaz Shipbuilding Company and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.A series of nine self-propelled floating cranes is expected to be ready by 2017.

      Project 02690 cranes are designed to carry out all types of lifting operations, to carry out loading of discharged cargo (ammunition, explosives) onto surface ships, submarines and ships, including nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles, as well as conventional cargoes. To carry out tightening of chains of fastening of floating moorings, installation and shooting of raid equipment, transportation of goods on the upper deck.

      Main characteristics of the project 02690 self-propelled floating crane: The total displacement of the crane is about 2000 tons. The length is about 50 meters, the width is about 22 meters. Cruising range 3500 miles. Autonomy 10 days. Carrying capacity from 35 to 150 tons. The crew is 22 people. "......
      Серия:
      Head No. 900 - launched on 06.05.2014/28.11.2014/19150 - transferred on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX - SPK-XNUMX (SF)
      Head No. 901 - launched on 30.05.2014/28.11.2014/37150 - transferred on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX - SPK-XNUMX (SF)
      Head No. 902 - launched on 24.06.2014/03.07.2015/42150 - transferred on XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX - SPK-XNUMX (Pacific Fleet)
      Head No. 903 - launched on 02.08.2014 - transferred? 08.2015 - SPK-43150 (Pacific Fleet)
      Head No. 904 - launched on 03.04.2015 - transferred? 2016 - SPK-44150 (Pacific Fleet)
      Head No. 905 - launched on 21.04.2015/2016/45150 - transferred? .XNUMX - SPK-XNUMX (SF)
      Head No. 906 - launched 07.05.2015 - SPK-49150
      Head No. 907 - launched 05.10.2015 - SPK-50150
      Head No. 908 - launched 08.04.2016 - SPK-46150
    3. Rustam
      Rustam 13 November 2016 13: 31
      +6
      Quote: fedor13
      All the rules, but the crane itself is made in Holland, engines without specification are simply not ours, and rotary nozzles are there too.
      That is, the dependence on the details.


      Of course, everything is fine, at the same time you should learn the materiel for a start!

      this is for you for your development - Bookmark SPK-19150 was held on May 17, 2013 on the slipway of the Almaz shipbuilding company in St. Petersburg, regarding imported filling, this is not news but everyday practice, for example, Caterpillar C32 diesel generator sets (Caterpillar - USA: Peoria, Illinois), finally beauty wink so to speak gap pattern
      1. Thrall
        Thrall 13 November 2016 13: 35
        +5
        Ah, but what about romance?) Now do not shout the lane-virus smile
      2. hrych
        hrych 13 November 2016 14: 06
        +2
        Quote: Rustam
        you at the same time to learn a materiel for a start!

        Ooo Rustyam and crane specialist laughing
        1. Rustam
          Rustam 13 November 2016 14: 17
          +4
          Are you on a trololo, or just to blurt out? Well, maybe you also think that the crane is also from the Netherlands? wink
          1. hrych
            hrych 13 November 2016 14: 35
            +1
            Quote: Rustam
            Well, maybe you also think that the crane is also from the Netherlands?

            Oh, oh, I never thought laughing
            1. Rustam
              Rustam 13 November 2016 14: 38
              +2
              Well, burn on wink
              1. hrych
                hrych 13 November 2016 14: 40
                +1
                Quote: Rustam
                Well, burn on

                Tell me honestly, did you graduate from high school?
        2. Giant thought
          Giant thought 13 November 2016 14: 18
          +7
          Everything is decently done, and the technical part, and living conditions, you can only be glad that such equipment comes to us on the Fleets.
      3. fedor13
        fedor13 13 November 2016 17: 26
        0
        And what do I need to learn the materiel for? If they are strong in engines, it means with what mark (for whom they are intended) there are azipods. If you want to argue about something, let me decide what to teach and write, myself.
      4. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 13 November 2016 19: 04
        +6
        Quote: Rustam
        so to speak gap pattern

        RD-180 is not a template gap but a Caterpillar C32 (Caterpillar - USA: Peoria, Illinois) template gap,
        1. Rustam
          Rustam 14 November 2016 12: 21
          0
          The gap is of course, only the number of imported components and foreign products in our army is much higher than in the USA of our high-tech products. No matter how much the activists rubbed statements from the box and loudly, this is a reality from which we can not escape, but this is good.

          ps- you think I know my position on this fact, since the old warrior IN, I’ve been talking about this since 2011
    4. Alex_Rarog
      Alex_Rarog 13 November 2016 14: 21
      +1
      how without specification? caterpillar)
    5. APASUS
      APASUS 13 November 2016 18: 42
      +1
      Quote: fedor13
      All the rules, but the crane itself is made in Holland.

      Where does the info about Holland come from? There are no Liebherr lifting and marine equipment divisions. Here is info from the Liebherr website
      Rostock, Germany
      Sunderland, UK
      Killarney, Ireland
      Nenzing, Austria
    6. lecturer
      lecturer 13 November 2016 19: 05
      +1
      Feor-13, you will of course excuse me, but now I regretted that "_" was taken away from us!
  2. cedar
    cedar 13 November 2016 13: 17
    +4
    Great technique. Everything has been done for normal work and service for the good of the motherland.
  3. Altona
    Altona 13 November 2016 13: 17
    +2
    Inspire, everything is beautiful, monitors. joysticks around. A little confused by the abundance of imported nodes. But still the thing is necessary.
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 14 November 2016 08: 01
      +1
      I liked the galley more. The crane is that, it will cope with its task, but the living conditions, this is by no means the last.
  4. Fonmeg
    Fonmeg 13 November 2016 14: 25
    0
    But unfortunately we ourselves cannot build something like that?
    1. Sagittarius
      Sagittarius 13 November 2016 14: 33
      +5
      Beautiful crane, everything was done very soundly.
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 13 November 2016 16: 58
      +8
      Quote: Fonmeg
      But unfortunately we ourselves cannot build something like that?

      Dear Colleague, look at the comments of other colleagues who are above, I will not say the same, with respect. hi
  5. Free wind
    Free wind 13 November 2016 14: 33
    +4
    Are we now producing super cranes? Type "VITYAZ" or "VOLGAR" with a carrying capacity of more than 1500 tons. The crew of this vessel is probably 8 people. I remember the first time I saw a 300-ton truck crane, KATO or Lieberher, I don’t remember exactly 86 anyway. Axles 10 -12, probably, a crane operator of peasants of about 50 years old with a fucking hangover, spread his paws and stomped near each, asked to add rubble under one and began to work. We were delighted with foreign technology, of course there is a reason. And now even the Chinese have gone far ahead. I would like to ask about the floating crane, but is the crane operator on the floating crane the boss? All the same, for the sake of him and make taps.
  6. Megatron
    Megatron 13 November 2016 15: 29
    +2
    Why rejoice then?
    150 ton dwarf with imported engines. The Chinese have long been doing thousands of tons on all of their own. And as always, we cabbage soup.
    1. pv1005
      pv1005 13 November 2016 15: 39
      +8
      Quote: Megatron
      Why rejoice then?
      150 ton dwarf with imported engines. The Chinese have long been doing thousands of tons on all of their own. And as always, we cabbage soup.

      Do you always go to a store on a KamAZ mainline for a loaf of bread? Or do you still go with a string bag? For what loading capacity was the order made? hi
      1. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 13 November 2016 16: 37
        +7
        Quote: pv1005
        For what loading capacity was the order made?

        For the indicated tasks one hundred and fifty tons - "behind the eyes and with a trailer." If you need something more robust, they will order. This series comes out fast. Three-SF, three-Pacific ... How will the remaining three be divided?
  7. igor1981
    igor1981 13 November 2016 16: 12
    +2
    Everything brand new, clean already sparkles, the paint has not yet been rubbed anywhere .... Oooh, it took my breath away.
    I wish the new destroyers and frigates to look the same. Although floating cranes are also needed.
  8. Stas Snezhin
    Stas Snezhin 13 November 2016 16: 22
    0
    There are some interesting icons on the curtains in the cabin ..
    1. Vz.58
      Vz.58 13 November 2016 22: 26
      +2
      This icon is a heraldic lily, also a royal (bourbon) lily or fleur-de-lis. Read at least Russian ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heraldic_Lily
  9. fedor13
    fedor13 13 November 2016 17: 28
    -1
    Quote: Rustam
    Quote: fedor13
    All the rules, but the crane itself is made in Holland, engines without specification are simply not ours, and rotary nozzles are there too.
    That is, the dependence on the details.


    Of course, everything is fine, at the same time you should learn the materiel for a start!

    this is for you for your development - Bookmark SPK-19150 was held on May 17, 2013 on the slipway of the Almaz shipbuilding company in St. Petersburg, regarding imported filling, this is not news but everyday practice, for example, Caterpillar C32 diesel generator sets (Caterpillar - USA: Peoria, Illinois), finally beauty wink so to speak gap pattern

    And what do I need to learn the materiel for? If they are strong in engines, then they saw with what mark (for whom they are intended) there are azipods. If you want to argue about something, let me decide what to teach and write, myself.
    1. Rustam
      Rustam 13 November 2016 18: 19
      +2
      We probably misunderstood each other? The products themselves are collected from us

      - the crane itself (yellow) by Liebherr is clearly not the Netherlands

      1. lecturer
        lecturer 13 November 2016 19: 13
        +1
        "Rustamchik" - you are 100+!
        1. Rustam
          Rustam 14 November 2016 12: 17
          0
          Thank you for your kind words, glad to see the old wars in drinks
  10. guzik007
    guzik007 13 November 2016 19: 58
    +1
    No damn crane!
    So I live like this!
  11. igor 1969
    igor 1969 13 November 2016 21: 00
    +1
    For 20 years in the Navy this would not have seen them on the BDRM for 90 days in a good 90