Author Archive for: Martijn
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Entries by Martijn
These Marine Loading Arms are designed and developed by Kanon to allow liquid transfer onto extremely large supertankers, VLCC and ULCC up to 500.000 DWT. (this photo was taken from Aramco account on twitter)
This video shows the functioning of the Kanon hydraulic QC/DC (Quick Connect/DisConnect) system
Beginning of October 4 20″ Marine Loading Arms were installed in the USA. These loading arms can transport up to 39.000 barrels of crude oil per hour each. the loading arms were transferred from our factory in the Netherlands by boat and truck in fully assembled condition. At site in the USA, they were erected and […]
Movie showing the working of the Kanon Emergency Release Coupler (ERC)
The movie shows all project stages; Design, Production, Transport and Installation of four 20-inch MLA’s for crude oil import. The challenge of minimizing the downtime of replacement of the old loading arms has been met in every way. This is achieved by installing all MLA’s, including the steel structure, in one time.
At Kanon Malaysia Production Site, recently two Kanon MLA260 type Twin Arms were successfully factory tested and prepared for shipment to an Indian customer. The Kanon TWIN Arm is a space-saving design which provides two fully independent loading arms in one structure, for different liquids or to double loading capacity. Ether one of the two […]
After an extraordinary installation of four 20-inch marine loading arms, we are proud to share some pictures about the first transfer of crude, October 3rd, when the first VLCC came in to unload its cargo. We thank everybody involved in this challenging project who contributed to this success, in particular the Maasvlakte Olie Terminal Rotterdam […]
Last weekend Kanon has pulled off something that is quite exceptional. During the second quarter of last year KLE received an exceptional request from one of the biggest oil terminals, based in Rotterdam. The oil terminal in the largest Port of Europe has ordered four 20” Marine loading arms with Hydraulic QCDC. The specialty of this order […]
Two months ago we completed the assignment to deliver three MLA 12” for gasoline transport in Texas. We were glad we could serve our client in the most optimal and efficient way although the arms were disassembled for containerized transport. At the Kanon factory, based in The Netherlands, a series of tests with the […]