Description: Stark Bros - NEW BUILD - Small Barges
2 X NEW BUILD DUMB BARGES AVAILABLE. ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION 2 X WATER-TIGHT COMPARTMENTS OVERALL SIZE INCLUDING BELTING is 8.9m x 3.8m x 1.12m SLOPED ENDS FRON & BACK 4 SETS OF DECK BOLLARDS TIMBER BELTING IN STEEL CHANNEL ALL AROUND DECK LEVEL (100mm) FULLY PAINTED INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY IN YOUR COLOUR SCHEME
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Lyttelton, New Zealand
29' 2" - 8.90m
Size : Overall including belting - 8.9m long x 3.8m beam x 1.12m depth
All steel construction, 2 x water-tight compartments longitudinal with 2 deck hatches to access each compartment.
Sloped ends front and back - 8mm steel plate.
Barge Sides - 6mm steel plate
Deck and Bottom Plates - 8mm steel plate.
12 x Deck mounted D Rings for lashing equipment on deck
4 x Side mounted D Rings for lifting barge with a crane.
4 sets Deck bollards ( 1 set each corner )
Timber belting in steel channel all around deck level ( 100mm )
Painted internally with PrePrime 167 LTC low viscosity penetrating primer and Bar Rust 236 epoxy high build coating.
Underwater - Intergard 269 epoxy primer, Intertuf 362 epoxy anti corrosive, Intergard 263 epoxy tie coat, Interclene 165 TBT Antifouling.
Topsides - Interzinc 52 epoxy primer, Interzone 954 epoxy, Interthane 990 polyurethane finish
Deck - Interzinc 52 epoxy primer, Interzone 954 epoxy
Total Weight - approx 9.5 tonnes per barge.
. In terms of the carrying capacity / deck loading capability of this barge.
This is a more complicated question, as it depends on the actual function and location of the barge and the operating parameters.
By quick calculation approx 20 tonnes of weight could be placed evenly on the deck of the barge which would put it to the level of its belting - ie: it would essentially almost be sinking.