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Titan Boat Lift


1. High luminosity work lights

2. Robust steering axles, optional with a bi drive on rails available

3. High accuracy steering (steering range of ±165°) to save

    energy and ensure a long lifetime for all components, patented

4. Accurate hydraulic steering motors with power control

5. Swivel sheaves with attached slings for higher safety

6. Hydraulic lifting winches with 3 and 4 point grouping

7. Reinforced main upper structural beams

8. Eco-friendly power pack with high emission standards

Steering system


The Titan Boat / Caisson Lift has equipped steering pumps via high-quality proportional valves acting hydraulically to the steering motors of all axles independent. Each axle steering angle is up to ±165°. This allows very high flexibility and maneuverability. Thus making the equipment is most flexible in use. A positioning sensor is mounted at each swivel bogie for precision feedback for the microprocessor controlled all directional electronic steering system, reaching an accuracy of ±1°

Hydrostatic drive system

The drive system of the Titan Boat / Caisson Lift consists of a diesel engine with relevant hydro pumps for drive system via an appropriate coupling. Adjustable axial piston pumps acting on adjustable axial piston motors mounted to the driven pendulum axles. Hydrostatic double drive axles connected via high-quality maximum pressure hoses and maximum pressure pipes to the hydraulic pumps. The system is secured by two (2) maximum pressure valves for the working circuits and one safety valve for the control circuit. Over speed valves for anti-sliding function and over the speed of a single drive motor to be installed in front of each drive axle. The pumps receive the oil from a hydraulic oil tank via filtration system into a closed circuit with the drive motors. The pumps are speed regulated, while the drive motors are power regulated. The speed regulation of the pumps is affected by the drive selector switch and the accelerator to regulate the engine speed.


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