Jim and Roy have been back in New York to decommission the Descension exhibit from beneath the Brooklyn Bridge.
The vortex exhibit is now being shipped back to Paignton for reconditioning so that it will be ready for the next exhibition being staged by Sir Anish Kapoor CBE RA.
The next location has not been confirmed as yet but we have a feeling we might be travelling in a more easterly direction. Watch this space!
In the lead up to Seawork 2017 we were pleased to sponsor the final #WinWithSeawork competition.
The competition was a sweepstake hosted through the Seawork Facebook channel and promoted by the organisers through their newsletters, Twitter and Facebook pages.
The day before the exhibition opened the winner was announced, Heather Scott from Barton Marine.
Unfortunately Heather was not able to be at Seawork the following day so here is the prize, a Red Letter Day gift card, being received on her behalf by colleague Rob Lyne.
Have a great “Red Letter Day” Heather!
A new heavy-duty deck winch, designed specifically for trawling or beam fishing, was launched by Hercules Hydraulics at the Skipper Expo in Bournemouth in October 2016.
The new single drum deck winch features an automatic fail-safe brake system, can be supplied with an emergency brake release function and capacity can be specified to suit individual customer needs.
It incorporates a Sunfab SCM-090 hydraulic motor - see more here
Hercules Hydraulics have launched a new lightweight, heavy-duty mooring winch, designed primarily for diving support vessels. The AMW350 is suitable for 3 or 4 point mooring and weighs around 275Kg.
its all aluminium and stainless steel construction can withstand 6 tonne snatch loads and is suitable for different rope and chain combinations.
Different drum sizes are available to suit individual applications and every winch is pre-piped and tested prior to despatch. Local manual or remote electrical control options are available.
For more information click here.
Hercules Hydraulics will be launching two new products at Seawork 2016.
The new lightweight Bow Thruster, suitable for larger vessels than the Company’s existing range, is available with a choice of 55, 60 and 65HP variants providing between 605KG and 715KG of hydraulic thrust. The tunnel is once again constructed from extruded 5083 aluminium alloy, although a choice of composite E-glass and mild steel are offered as alternatives.
A new Anchor Winch is also joining the Company’s successful range of DNV Type Approved Aluminium Anchor Winches. The AAW205 is designed for vessels with an equipment number of 205 and so, once again is suitable for larger vessels but maintains all the lightweight, heavy-duty characteristics of the existing AAW90, AAW110 and AAW150 models.
Hercules Hydraulics will be launching the new HHBT65 Bow Thruster and AAW205 Anchor Winch on Stand PY58 at Seawork 2016.
Hercules Hydraulics are to offer a choice of BFPA Training Courses at their NFPC Approved Satellite Training Centre in South Devon.
In what is thought to be a first for a UK hydraulics distributor, Ryan Langley, General Manager at Hercules Hydraulics has recently achieved the qualification to certify attendees on the BFPA Hose Assembly Skills Training Programme and was presented with his certificate by Martin Kingsbury from the BFPA.