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Product catalogue 1 – 2014 Lifeboat Systems ..............................4 Freefall Systems ...................................... 6 FF 1200 ..................................................... 7 FF 1100 and FF 1050.................................. 8 FF 1000 ..................................................... 9 LBF ......................................................... 10 Totally Enclosed Lifeboats . . .................. 12 KISS. . ....................................................... 13 LBT.......................................................... 14 Partially Enclosed Lifeboats.................. 16 Harding CTL Systems .............................. 17 Harding MPC 29 and MPC 32 compact .... 17 Rescue Boats ......................................... 18 Harding Stinger Range ............................ 19 Fast Rescue Boats . . ................................. 20 Rigid Rescue Boats ................................. 21

Davit Systems...................................22 Ship Davits – Harding NPD Series............ 24 Ship Davits – Harding NPDL Series.......... 25 Rig Davits – Harding NRD Series. . ............ 26 Rig Davits – Fast Rescue Boat NRDS....... 27 Rescue Boat Davits ................................. 28 Swingarm Davits . . .................................... 29 Workboat Davits ...................................... 30 Telescopic Davits.. .................................... 31

Worldwide Services......................32 Inspection & Maintenance . . ................... 34 Global Multi-Brand Servicing ................... 34 Annual and 5-Yearly Inspection .. .............. 35 Spare Parts ............................................. 36 Fleet Service Agreements...................... 37 Features of Harding FSA’s........................ 37 Refurbishments...................................... 38 Refurbishment by Harding.. ....................... 38 Technical Studies and Upgrades............... 39 Training .................................................. 40

Hooks....................................................42 SeaCure Hook system.............................. 44 Raft and rescue boat hooks...................... 45

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Taking safety further In Harding we are constantly innovating, and work closely with customers and authorities to find new and better ways to improve safety at sea. With the best products and the worlds largest service network, you can always rely on Harding, today and throughout the entire life-cycle of your lifesaving equipment. Enjoy our product catalogue!

In 2013 Schat-Harding and Noreq joined forces and became Harding Safety. Today we are the global market leader of marine life-saving systems, and have the most solid track record of deliveries to offshore installations and vessels worldwide.


Lifeboat Systems Solutions for offshore and shipping

The safest range of opportunities Harding offers a wide range of high-end lifeboat solutions for even the most complex of projects to standard lifeboat products for the offshore and shipping industry. Freefall Systems Offshore Freefall Systems Shipping Lifeboat systems for shipping and cruise

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Lifeboat Systems Freefall Systems

Harding offers freefall systems for use in offshore applications and shipping. We apply our vast experience from the North Sea into the research and development of our products. Therefore, we are able to offer you the most sophisticated and safest freefall systems in the industry today. FF 1200 (Offshore) FF 1100 (Offshore) FF 1050 (Offshore) FF 1000 (Offshore/Shipping) LBF (Shipping)

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Freefall Systems Offshore

Harding FF 1200 The FF 1200 is a 70 person freefall lifeboat specifically designed to meet the latest regulations for the Norwegian Continental Shelf in the North Sea, way beyond SOLAS rules for freefall lifeboats.

Key features FF 1200: Design basis DNV OS-E406/NORSOK R-002 Superior space and comfort based on 100 kg per person weight basis Seats with 5-point seat belts provide excellent comfort Structural design gives the lifeboat max. strength and safety Significant positive headway and minimum acceleration (g-forces) in extreme conditions High power engine

FF 1200 fitted inside LA 1200 SU

May 26 2013 the FF 1200 set a world record when it was successfully launched from 65,1 meters. The boat was maneuvered for 4 hours after the test, and the FF 1200 has also gone through several manned free falls at Falck Nutec training site.

FF 1200 should be considered applied to: Platforms of any type Drillships FPSOs Car carriers

VLCCs VLOCs LNGCs LNG-FPSOs

FF 1200 fitted inside LA 1200 H

Any large complement ship

Free Fall Boat Offshore

No. of pers

FF height

L x B x H (m)

Weight equipped

Weight loaded

LA 1200 SU

70

DNV 33 m, Solas 46 m

16.16 x 3.93 x 4.53

21 500 kg

28 500 kg

Davit weight :

Free Fall Davits Offshore

Installation type

2 boats

3 boats

4 boats

5 boats

6 boats

LA 1200 SU

Fixed

75 000 kg

101 000 kg

127 000 kg

152 900 kg

178 800 kg

LA 1200SU FL

Floating

82 800 kg

111 500 kg

140 100 kg

168 800 kg

197 400 kg


Lifeboat Systems Freefall Systems Offshore

Harding FF 1100 and FF 1050 Harding FF 1100 and FF 1050 are a part of Harding’s new generation freefall lifeboats. They are based on the ground-breaking design of the FF 1200 which has been a huge success in recent years. Both the FF 1100 and FF 1050 are made to meet the new regulations for the North Sea, namely DNV E406 and NORSOK R002. The design ensures great positive headway combined with the lowest possible G-forces on on-board personnel during launch of the lifeboat.

FF 1100

Key features FF 1100: 60 person capacity, based on 100 kg per person weight basis Very good headway during freefall Tween steering position 180 hp engine

Key features FF 1050: 38 person capacity, based on 100 kg per person weight basis Very good headway during freefall Single steering position 150 hp engine

FF 1050

Free Fall Boat Offshore

No. of pers

FF height

L x B x H (m)

Weight loaded

FF 1100

60

33 m

13.80 x 3.70 x 4.75

24 500 kg

FF 1050

38

33 m

12.00 x 3.25 x 4.25

17 300 kg


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Freefall Systems Offshore/Shipping

Harding FF 1000 Harding offers freefall systems for offshore applications and merchant vessels. Vast experience from the North Sea brought into R & D, leaves Harding with the most sophisticated and safest freefall systems in the industry today.

Key features: 60 person capacity MSC272(85) Freefall height 36 m Unique combination of positive headway and low G-forces Strength tested from 47 m

FF 1000 should be considered applied to: Platforms of any type Drillships FPSOs Car carriers

VLCCs VLOCs LNGCs LNG-FPSOs

Any large complement ship

Free Fall Boat Offshore

No. of pers

FF height

L x B x H (m)

Weight equipped

Weight loaded

FF 1000 S M2

60

36 m

12.57 x 3.38 x 4.31

10 866 kg

15 816 kg

Free Fall Davits Offshore

SWL

LA 1000 H

16 000 kg

LA 1000 HO

16 000 kg


Freefall Systems Shipping

Harding LBF The Harding LBF freefall lifeboats are designed and tested in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS regulations (MED 96/98 EC). Two versions are available, tanker or dry cargo. All boats are fitted with European standard equipment, with engines made by the largest lifeboat engine maker in the world, BUKH, and the electrical charging system from DEFA. Capacity: from 16 to 40 persons.

Cargo version (C) / Tanker version (T)

Dimension (L x W x H)

Max seating (p at 82.5 kg)

Max drop height (m)

Davit load (kg)

LBF 490 C / LBF 490 T

4.90 x 2.40 x 3.10

16

16

3 963 / 4 313

LBF 580 C / LBF 580 T

5.80 x 2.55 x 3.10

26

17

5 646 / 5 976

LBF 680 C / LBF 680 T

6.80 x 2.70 x 3.22

33

22

6 440 / 6 740

LBF 750 C / LBF 750 T

7.50 x 2.70 x 3.22

36

22

7 374 / 7 724

LBF 850 C / LBF 850 T

8.80 x 2.94 x 3.30

40

25

8 322 / 8 722


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Lifeboat Systems Totally Enclosed Lifeboats

Harding offers a range of totally enclosed lifeboat systems for tanker and dry cargo. All systems have their unique features. This gives us the flexibility and capability to provide customers with the best possible solution for their project. Kiss LBT

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Totally Enclosed Lifeboats

Harding KISS Range Harding’s totally enclosed lifeboats are designed and tested in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS regulations (MED 96/98 EC). Two versions are available, tanker or dry cargo. Harding lifeboats are certified with the latest LSA Code, as amended with new hooks that are approved according to resolution MSC.320 (89) and resolution MSC.321 (89).

Seating arrangement Harding delivers seating arrangements according to various weights/sizes as per regulations.

Optional equipment: Bow thruster, VHF, Engine heater, Cabin heater, Air humidifier, Epirb, Sart.

Type

No. of persons

LOA mm

BOA mm

H mm

Weight kg

“A” mm

“B” mm

KISS 700

50

6 490

2 910

2 850

7 440

6 000

1 730

KISS 800

70

8 640

2 910

2 850

10 155

8 190

1 730

KISS 1000

90

10 800

2 910

2 850

12 600

10 340

1 730


Lifeboat Systems Totally Enclosed Lifeboats

Harding LBT Range The Harding LBT totally enclosed lifeboats are designed and tested in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS regulations (MED 96/98 EC). Two versions are available, tanker or dry cargo. All boats are fitted with European standard equipment, with engines made by the largest lifeboat engine maker in the world, BUKH, and electrical charging system from DEFA. Steel qualities are either galvanized, AISI 304 or AISI 316, depending on equipment exposure. Harding LBT lifeboats are certified with the latest LSA Code, as amended with new hooks that are approved according to resolution MSC.320(89), and resolution MSC.321(89). Notifying body: Bureau Veritas (others on request).

Big size seats Seating arrangement: Harding delivers seating arrangements according to various weights/sizes as per regulations.

Optional equipment: Bow thruster, VHF, Engine heater, Cabin heater, Air humidifier, Epirb, Sart.

Cargo version (C) / Tanker version (T)

Dimension (L x W x H)

Max seating (p at 82.5 kg)

Hook distance (m)

Davit load (kg)

LBT 525 C / LBT 525 T

5.25 x 2.30 x 3.05

25

4.90

4 403 / 4 753

LBT 650 C / LBT 650 T

6.50 x 2.30 x 3.10

36

6.10

5 485 / 5 935

LBT 700 C / LBT 700 T

7.00 x 2.70 x 3.10

48

6.60

7 216 / 7 605

LBT 750 C / LBT 750 T

7.50 x 2.90 x 3.25

68

7.10

8 965 / 9 335

LBT 850 C / LBT 850 T

8.50 x 2.90 x 3.25

80

8.14

10 949 / 11 295

LBT 935 C / LBT 935 T

9.35 x 3.60 x 3.25

102

8.95

13 825 / 14 315

LBT 1090 C / LBT 1090 T

10.90 x 3.90 x 3.50

130

10.50

17 406 / 17 906

LBT 1180C / LBT 1180 T

11.80 x 4.20 x 3.65

150

11.30

21 350 / 22 000


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Totally Enclosed Lifeboats


Lifeboat Systems Partially Enclosed Lifeboats

Harding offers a full range of partially enclosed lifeboats and combined tender/ lifeboat systems for any kind of passenger vessel.

All of the boats have been designed with the following in mind: Excellent performance User friendliness Space saving Safety Each of these systems are developed with optimal performance and space saving as the top priorities, in order to fulfill the needs of today’s cruise lines and ferry operators. All of the partially enclosed lifeboat systems are offered with customised built Harding davits. Harding highly recommends the use of gravity davits for passenger vessels. We have designed the Multi Pivot Gravity Davit with an increased focus on excellent durability, user friendliness, simple maintenance, ease of installation and, in many cases, more compact installations.

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Partially Enclosed Lifeboats

Harding CTL Systems The CTL38SV is a version of the original catamaran tender lifeboat. This boat has been designed in cooperation with leading cruise lines to focus on what is needed in a lifeboat.

Unique features: Aesthetic design Passenger comfort

Maneuverability User friendliness

Harding MPC 29 and MPC 32 compact The Harding MPC Series is a compact 150 person partially enclosed lifeboat. Over 1000 systems have been sold, making this one of the most successful partially enclosed lifeboats on the market. It is unique in that it is specially suited for vessels where space is a premium.

The MPC Series was designed using the latest technology to ensure: Optimal maneuverability User Friendliness

Inside space

We offer customised built Harding davits for both systems. Harding highly recommends the use of gravity davits for passenger vessels.

Type

No. of pers/lifeboat

No. of pers/tender

LOA mm

BOA mm

H mm

Weight empty kg

Weight loaded kg

Hook distance

Lifting point

CTL 38

150

120

11 920

4 700

3 900

12 350

23 600

11 200

2 800

CTL 385 SV

150

120

11 220

4 700

3 900

12 350

23 600

10 500

2 800

Type

No. of pers.

LOA mm

BOA mm

H mm

Weight empty kg

Weight loaded kg

Hook distance

Lifting point

MPC 29

150

8 800

4 000

3 400

5 928

16 728

8 350

2 242

MPC 32

150

9 600

4 500

3 400

5 850

17 100

8 500

2 242

LBP 960

150

9 600

4 600

3 450

5 750

17 000

9 200


Lifeboat Systems Rescue Boats

Harding offers a new range of rescue boat systems for offshore applications, merchant and passenger vessels. Our special design ensures great stability and optimal working conditions on the vessel in rough sea conditions. We deliver rescue boats with outboard petrol engines or diesel inboard engines. All boats are delivered according to the latest IMO/SOLAS regulations (MED 96 / 98 AC).

We offer: Rigid Rescue Boats Fast Rescue Boats

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Fast Rescue Boats

Harding Stinger Range Harding’s fast rescue boats can be supplied with both outboard petrol and inboard diesel engines. The boats have high-speed hulls, achieving speeds up to 35 knots.

Key features: Free draining deck Robust, impact resistant and fire-retardant fender Ergonomically designed cockpit Single-point lifting frame with off load release hook Inboard diesel engine with waterjet system

Type

No. of persons

Dimensions (L x W x H)

Davit load (kg)

Speed kN/3 pers

Stinger 630 OB 90 hp

12

6.73 x 2.30 x 2.72

2 250

25

Stinger 630 DJ 144 hp

12

6.40 x 2.30 x 2.20

2 030

27

Stinger 630 DJ 230 hp

12

6.40 x 2.30 x 2.20

2 050

34

Stinger 760 236 hp

12

7.82 x 2.875 x 2.654

3 620

28

Stinger 760 292 hp

12

7.82 x 2.87 x 2.654

3 644

35

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Lifeboat Systems Fast Rescue Boats

Fast rescue boats – frb Harding’s fast rescue boats can be supplied with both outboard petrol and inboard diesel engines. The boats with waterjet have high-speed hulls, achieving speeds up to 35 knots. Harding fast rescue boats have hydraulic steering as standard. The robust GRP frame ensures good self-righting abilities, and large drain valves in the stern ensure drainage from the deck. The boats are equipped with high-quality navigation lights and switch panels (IP 56). The hull is designed for speed and stability, which means optimal working conditions on the vessel in rough sea conditions.

Aluboat features: Strong, welded, shot-blasted, strengthened aluminium hull Free draining deck Robust, impact resistant and fire-retardant fender Ergonomically designed cockpit Single-point lifting frame with offload release hook Inboard diesel engine with waterjet system

Type

Dimension (L x W x H)

Max seating (p at 82.5 kg)

Speed (kN)

Davit load (kg)

FRB 610 60 hp

6.10 x 2.20 x2.35

8

22

1 631

FRB 610 90 hp

6.10 x 2.20 x 2.35

8

25

1 697

FRB 650 Twin 60 hp

6.50 x 2.32 x 2.30

15

28

2 697

FRB 650 Inboard 170 hp

6.50 x 2.32 x 2.30

15

22

2 898

FRB 650 Inboard 212 hp

6.50 x 2.32 x 2.30

15

30

2 927

FRB 750 Inboard 212 hp

7.50 x 2.32 x 2.30

15

30

3 078

FRB 720 Alu

7.20 x 2.40 x 2.50

15

30

3 015


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Rigid Rescue Boats

rigid Rescue boats – rrb Harding’s rescue boats have a special design that ensures great stability, as the outer and inner hulls are shaped in separate moulds. The buoyancy tank provides sufficient buoyancy to keep the boat afloat when flooded and fully manned. We deliver rescue boats with petrol engines or diesel inboard engines. The boats are delivered according to the latest IMO/SOLAS regulations (MED 96/98 AC).

Harding RRB 425 in GRP.

Optional equipment for rescue/fast rescue boats: VHF, Console cover, Boat cover, Engine heater. Henriksen hook can be installed upon request.

Type

Dimension (L x W x H)

Max seating (p at 82.5 kg)

Speed (kN)

Davit load (kg)

RRB 425 OE 25 hp

4.25 x 1.84 x 0.75

6

6

904

RRB 500 30 hp

5.00 x 1.86 x 2.58

6

6

1 198

RRB 500 60 hp

5.00 x 1.86 x 2.58

6

20

1 271

RRB 525 29 hp inboard diesel

5.25 x 2.00 x 2.00

6

6

1 293

RRB 525 48 hp inboard diesel

5.25 x 2.00 x 2.00

6

6

1 343

Stinger 630 30 hp

6.58 x 2.30 x 2.72

12

8

1 800


Davit Systems Leading launching solutions

Increase safety and reduce costs Our wide range of compact davits have all electrical and hydraulic components built into the davit structure itself. Always reliable, less maintenance and more efficient installation. Ship Davits – NPD Series Rig Davits – NRD Series Rescue Boat Davits Swingarm Davits Workboat Davits

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Davit Systems Ship Davits

Harding NPD and NPDL Series The Harding NPD series pivoting davits are specifically designed for the safe and efficient launching and retrieval of lifeboats. All equipment is integrated inside the davit structure, which leads to very easy installation. The davits are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments. The Harding NPDL series has been developed to be an alternative on vessels with limited space capacities. Its narrow design is ideal where width of deck is limited. Even though we have reduced the outer dimensions, all vulnerable equipment is protected inside the davit structure. The davits are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments.

Harding NPDL

The NPD and NPDL davit system is designed in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS requirements, LSA Code and European Council Directive 96/98 for Marine Equipment (MED). Its carefully considered and epoch-making design is an advantage when it comes to maintenance and service, installation and deck preparations, and also for heating in Arctic climates. The lifeboat is launched either from inside the boat, or using the remote control unit supplied as standard. Recovery of the lifeboat is performed by an electric/hydraulic winch.

Optional equipment NPD/NPDL: Different painting solutions, Radio control, EX-proof, High speed winch, Aluminium hinges, Skid, Heating system. Harding NPD (standard)

Harding NPD and NPDL are designed for easy installation on board vessels. NPDL requires even less space in width of deck area, than the standard version, NPD.


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Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

NPD 6000 H

6 000 kg

5/18 m/min

NPD 7700 H

7 700 kg

5/18 m/min

NPD 11300 H

11 300 kg

5/18 m/min

NPD 14800 H

14 800 kg

5 m/min

NPD 18200 H

18 200 kg

5 m/min

NPD 23000 H

23 000 kg

5 m/min

NPDT 18200 H

18 200 kg

5 m/min

NPDT 23000 H

23 000 kg

5 m/min

NPDL 6000 H

6 000 kg

5/18 m/min

NPDL 7700 H

7 700 kg

5/18 m/min

NPDL 11300 H

11 300 kg

5/18 m/min

NPDL 14800 H

14 800 kg

5 m/min

Harding VIP davit Harding VIP davits are gravity based davits for our series of totally and partially enclosed lifeboats, fitted with hydraulic brake system. VIP davits are our most economical solution, of course, fully SOLAS approved.

Optional equipment: Different painting solutions, EX-proof, High speed winch.

Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

VIP 10

10 000 kg

5/18 m/min

VIP 1000

12 600 kg

5/18 m/min

VIP 700 

7 000 kg

5/18 m/min

VIP 24FD

24 000 kg

5/18 m/min

VIP 23FDL

24 000 kg

5/18 m/min

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Davit Systems Rig Davits

Harding NRD Series The Harding NRD series davits are specifically designed for the safe and efficient launching and retrieval of lifeboats. All equipment is integrated inside the davit structure. The davits are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments. The davit system is designed in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS requirements, LSA Code and European Council Directive 96/98 for Marine Equipment (MED). Its carefully considered and epoch-making design is an advantage when it comes to maintenance and service, installation and deck preparations, and also for heating in Arctic climates.

Harding NRD davit

The lifeboat is launched either from inside the boat, or using the remote control unit supplied as standard. Recovery of the lifeboat is performed by an electric/hydraulic winch.

Optional equipment NRD: Different painting systems, Radio control, EX-proof, High speed winch, Aluminium hinges, Skid, Heating system. Harding FAD davit

Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

NRD 6000 H

6 000 kg

5/18 m/min

NRD 7700 H

7 700 kg

5/18 m/min

NRD 11300 H

11 300 kg

5/18 m/min

NRD 14800 H

14 800 kg

5 m/min

NRD 18200 H

18 200 kg

5 m/min

NRD 23000 H

23 000 kg

5 m/min

FAD 1000

13 000 kg

5/18 m/min


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Fast Rescue Boat NRDS Series The new Harding NRDS davit is designed for offshore clients who are in need of fast rescue boats on board their installations. The NRDS is in full compliance with the Harding Davit concept, where power pack and all vulnerable parts are protected inside the davit structure itself. The davits are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments. The davit system is designed in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS requirements, LSA Code and European Council Directive 96/98 for Marine Equipment (MED). Its carefully considered and epoch-making design is an advantage when it comes to maintenance and service, installation and deck preparations, and also for heating in Arctic climates. The rescue boat is launched either from inside the boat, or using the remote control unit supplied as standard. Recovery of the lifeboat is performed by an electric/hydraulic winch.

Optional equipment NRDS: Different painting solutions, Radio remote control, EX-proof, Proportional Control, Galvanizing, Hook, High speed winch, Tension system, Shock absorber system, Aluminium hinges, Skid, Ladder, Platform, Stairs, Boat support, Heating system.

Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

NRDS 3500 H

3 500 kg

18/50 m/min

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Davit Systems Rescue Boat Davits

RESCUE boat davits NPDS The Harding NPDS series davits are specifically designed for the safe and efficient launching and retrieval of rescue boats. They are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments. Our rescue boat davit system can also be delivered as a fast rescue davit according to IMO Resolution MSC 81.(70) point 8.1.8.

Hydraulic pivoting type: The davit system is designed in accordance with the latest IMO/SOLAS requirements, LSA Code and European Council Directive 96/98 for Marine Equipment (MED). Its innovative new design is an advantage when it comes to maintenance and service, installation and deck preparations, and also for heating in an Arctic climate. The davit can be supplied with a shock absorber system and constant tension.

The rescue boat is launched either from inside the boat or using the remote control unit supplied as standard. Recovery of the rescue boat is performed by the electric/ hydraulic winch.

Optional equipment NPDS: Different painting solutions, Radio remote control, EX-proof, Proportional Control, Galvanizing, Hook, High speed winch, Tension system, Shock absorber system, Aluminium hinges, Skid, Ladder, Platform, Stairs, Boat support, Heating system.

Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

NPDS 1300 H

1 300 kg

18 m/min

NPDS 1800 H

1 800 kg

18/50 m/min

NPDS 3500 H

3 200 kg

18/50 m/min

NPDS 4000 H

4 000 kg

18/50 m/min


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Swingarm Davits

Swingarm Davits Harding swing arm davits are ideal for use as a combined davit for rescue boat and life rafts. It comes in different sizes to meet the different sizes of rescue boats and rafts. Harding swing arm davits are delivered according to IMO/SOLAS requirements.

STIVAD TFAR-EFIL & BOM

The JYRC 21 can be used for rescue boat/life raft/provision crane.

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Optional equipment Swingarm Davits: Pedestal, Cradle, Quick hoist, Converter.

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Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

JYR 21

23 kN

18 m/min

JYR 30

35 kN

18 m/min

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JYRC21

23 kN

18 m/min

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JYLR35 liferaft davit

35 kN

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23 kN

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Davit Systems Workboat Davits

Workboat/daughter craft davits – NPWD The new Harding workboat davits are specifically designed for the safe and efficient launching and retrieval of workboats. They are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments. The workboat davit can be delivered with a guiding cradle to ensure better launching and recovery of the craft.

Optional equipment NPWD: Different painting solutions, Radio remote control, EX-proof, Hook, High speed winch, Tension system, Shock absorber system, Aluminium hinges, Skid, Ladder, Platform, Stairs, Boat support, Heating system.

NPWD also frequently used for rescue boats.

Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

NPWD 5000 H

5 700 kg

18/30/50 m/min

NPWD 9000 H

9 000 kg

18/30/50 m/min


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Telescopic Davits

Harding Telescopic davits – NTD(S) Harding NTD series telescopic davits are specifically designed for the safe and efficient launching and retrieval of workboats, rescue boats, fast rescue crafts, daughter craft and lifeboats. They are intended for long-term, reliable operation in harsh and hazardous marine and offshore environments. The telescopic davit provides a space-saving option on board smaller vessels, and can be delivered with both single and double arm configuration.

Optional equipment NTD(S): Different painting solutions, Radio remote control, EX-proof, Proportional control, Galvanization, Hook, Aluminium hinges, Ladder, High speed winch, Tension system, Shock absorber system, Boat support, Heating system.

Space saving telescope davits from Harding

Type

SWL

Hoisting speed

NTDS 1800 H

1 800 kg

18/50 m/min

NTDS 3500 H

3 500 kg

18/50 m/min

NTDS 12000 H

12 000 kg

18/30 m/min

NTD 5000 H

5 000 kg

5/18 m/min

NTD 11300 H

11 300 kg

5/18 m/min

NTD 14800 H

14 100 kg

5 m/min

NTD 18200 H

18 200 kg

5 m/min

NTD 23000 H

23 000 kg

5 m/min


Worlwide Services Experience avilable 24/7

Ready to serve you With the world’s largest service network, Harding are able to follow up clients more efficiently than any other provider in the maritime industry. Inspection & Maintenance Fleet Service Agreements Refurbishments Training

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Worldwide Services Inspections & Maintenance

Global Multi-Brand Servicing Harding offers the widest global service network to cover the multi-brand servicing and lifeboat re-hooking needs of the market. Ship owners and offshore operators can now get the most out of their lifeboats, hooks, winches and davits, regardless of the original manufacturer, serviced by a trained engineer working to the highest global standards, and backed by a global service network. They can also use Harding’s range of modern hooks to replace older models that may no longer meet the IMO standards.

Key features: One stop shop for owners and operators Trained and authorized service engineers Agreements with most lifeboat manufacturers Genuine spare parts Global network of support Removes risk of using unauthorized service companies Meets all IMO requirements for regular servicing and inspection Ease of management – all equipment serviced through one contact


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Inspection & Maintenance

Annual, 5-Yearly Inspection and Maintenance Harding provides annual, 5-yearly inspections and maintenance through our service scope, global network of service stations and wide OEM experience, in order to keep your equipment in compliance with the latest regulations. The annual inspection and maintenance services provided by Harding ensure the performance and reliability of your lifesaving equipment.

Key features: Assistance in keeping your system in shape to help safeguard your crew, property and assets Access to genuine spare parts from Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Compliance with latest regulations Help identifying problems that could compromise your system and the safety of your crew The equipment on board your vessel is serviced by approved and authorized service engineers To schedule your next annual inspection, simply click on the office finder and find your region and country.

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Spare Parts Harding provides genuine spare parts, not only for all brands registered under Harding in accordance with the original build specifications, but also genuine spare parts for other lifeboat and davit manufacturers (OEM’s).

Key features: 24-hour, 7-days a week worldwide service network for quoting and ordering spare parts Spare part kits on winches, davits, release hooks and lifeboats Individual components and spares Spare part program as a part of Fleet Service Agreement for vessels/fleets Our service engineers carry the most common (prone to wear) spare parts available when attending vessels for 1 & 5 year inspections During inspections, required spare parts are listed, quoted and can be delivered to vessel directly Life extension of your equipment Overall cost saving and increased safety To comply with SOLAS


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Fleet Service Agreements

Features of Harding FSA’s Harding’s Fleet Service Agreement is a comprehensive maintenance program for safety conscious Ship Owners, Superintendents and Fleet Managers. It delivers fleet-wide, cost effective services for your lifesaving equipment. This includes inspections, planning and genuine spare parts.

Key features: All your lifesaving equipment looked after by one of the world’s largest service providers Harding will keep track of service due dates and maintenance planning, giving you an early notice of work that needs to be done, in order to assure your lifesaving equipment is up-to-date with a minimum impact on your operations We offer multi-brand services, providing you with one company to service ALL brands on board your vessels A single point contact with a 24/7 emergency service available for all lifeboat and davit matters The Fleet Service Agreements program focuses on compliance with the latest IMO, ISM and HSE requirements in order to reduce the possibility of delay or detention

Why choose Harding Fleet Service agreement, rather than ad-hoc servicing? A Fleet Service Agreement will save you both time and money. Guaranteed service by trained and OEM certified technicians. No surprise costs. The FSA includes a fixed price for working hours on annual and five year inspections, overtime work related to annual and five year inspections, travel costs, sending of equipment and certification. Notifications on when inspections are required. Guaranteed access to standard spare parts when needed for your specific job.


Worldwide Services Refurbishments

Refurbishment by Harding Harding offers an extensive program for refurbishment of lifeboats, davits, and winches. Our trained and authorized personnel are available worldwide to handle all of your repairs, modifications and overhauls of equipment.

Key features: Refurbishing of lifeboats, davits and winches Release hook upgrades (MSC1392) Engineering and verification Technical studies and reports Testing, certification and approvals Product guarantee Refurbishment work can be performed at factories, yards or in our service stations worldwide. When choosing Harding for your refurbishments, you will extend the product lifetime, reduce your total cost and have future reliability for your product.


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Technical Studies and Upgrades Harding has the engineering capacity and knowledge to carry out technical studies, and to arrange audit reports on all products in our range of brands for lifeboats, release gear, davits and winches. Audit reports are on board inspections for system safety functionality, including reports on safety status with recommendations. Technical studies are built on our in-house engineering capability, including feasibility studies for product upgrades, risk analysis and evacuation studies. Studies can also be arranged for third party verification by any authorized company such as DNV, Lloyd’s Register and other classification societies.

Key features: In-house engineering for lifeboat, release gear, davit and winch Third party verification on all documents and calculations Inspections on vessels conducted by Harding’s own engineering team

Harding reports with recommendations cover the following:

Change capacity of lifeboat Change lifeboat in an existing davit Change winch in an existing davit Move equipment to another location or upgrades on new equipment

Hooks with release gear Upgrade study on equipment to meet latest regulations Other studies and reports are available upon request

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Worldwide Services Training

Training By Harding Harding offers multiple types of training on site and in house, to build and maintain a positive and safe experience for your crew, when using the LSA on board your vessel. Crewmembers who understand the risks involved with incorrect use of LSA and know how to respond in emergency situations, help to protect themselves, their colleagues, passengers and your property.

Key features: Cost-effective option where up to ten crewmembers have the same or similar training needs Minimal interruption to your activities Reduce travel and accommodation costs Provide a safe and familiar workplace for your crew

Types of training: Familiarization programs for Class Societies and Flag States, Superintendents and Crew members On-site familiarization training In-house familiarization training Computer Based Training (CBT)

For more information about the training programs please click www.harding.no and contact your closest Harding local office.


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HOOKS Release & Retreval Systems

Securing hook operations The Harding SeaCure lifeboat release and retrieval system meets or exceeds all IMO requirements. Providing safety through simplicity, our SeaCure hook system enhances the crew’s safety, and increases their confidence in the life saving equipment. SeaCure Hooks Raft and rescue boat hooks

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Hooks SeaCure Hooks

SeaCure Hook system The SeaCure LHR M2 release gear systems have been designed and tested in compliance with the new IMO regulation, and are based upon more than 85 years’ experience in developing life saving equipment. We believe “Taking safety further” needs to be backed up with competence onboard your vessel, therefore we offer our Computer Based Training as part of our hook offer. As your partner, we will guide you through the rules and regulations, and look after your life saving equipment through our global service network, managed and monitored in our safety management system “Shield”. Constant change is the only rule in maritime regulations, and Harding is your navigator.

Why choose the Harding SeaCure LHR hook? The SeaCure hook is one of the most reliable and cost effective release and retrieval systems. It is specially designed to fit all lifeboats brands. Harding has a global international network ready to help you retrofit your lifeboats. The SeaCure hooks are backed up by state of the art Computer Based Training to ensure your crews are confident in their equipment and maintain it safely.

Key design features: 3.5, 6, 9 and 12T versions available Meets IMO requirements for lifeboat release and retrieval systems Tested and approved to IMO testing requirements set in MSC 1392 Approved according to major Classification Societies and Flag States No wear and tear on critical components Optional Secondary Safety System (SSS) Use of high corrosion resistance materials Hooks can be replaced during a port stay User friendly, easy to understand and operate

Safe

Simple

Secure

Choosing Harding is much more than just equipment. The SeaCure hook system is “Taking safety further”, and offers a holistic concept of service, support, and organized technical knowledge, covering your needs in every corner of the globe.


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Raft and rescue boat hooks

Raft and rescue boat hooks Harding raft and rescue boat hooks are designed for release of davit launched rafts and rescue boats. They come with an EC (wheel mark) certificate as standard, and are fully SOLAS approved. Our hooks are also approved by Transport of Canada and USCG, as well as a number of other classification societies. Our hooks are made out of high quality stainless steel, in order to withstand the marine environment, and we deliver them with a 5-year guarantee.

Automatic Raft Hooks: ARH 23 ARH 33

Rescueboat Release Hooks: RRH 15 RRH 25 Stinger RH 3.7

Model

SWL

Mode of operation

Relevant standard

ARH 23

23 kN

Automatic

ARH 33

33 kN

Automatic

MED A.1/1.26 Release Mechanism for Liferafts Launched by a Fall or Falls SOLAS Chapter III, as amended LSA Code for Hooks for Liferaft Launching, as amended MSC.81(70), as amended USCG-EU MRA / USCG Module B number:160.133/EC0038

RRH 15

15 kN

On-Off Load

RRH 25

25 kN

On-Off Load

MED A.1/1.26a Release Mechanism for Lifeboat and rescue boats SOLAS Chapter III, LSA Code and MSC.81(70) as amended Fully compliant with updated SOLAS requirements as per Resolutions MSC.320(89) and MSC.321(80) Compliant with MSC.1/Circ.1392


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