Offshore Wind Foundations

[INQ. NO. 2201M01] The foundation is the structure that supports the wind turbine and the loads imposed by wind and sea. Currently, most of the offshore wind turbines use fixed-bottom foundations (Jacket foundation, Monopile foundation, Suction Caisson foundation) in shallow, or transitional waters (depths of up to 60 meters)

Offshore Wind Foundations

Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Tank (IMO Type C LNG Tank)
A liquefied natural gas storage tank is a specialized type of storage tank used for the storage of Liquefied Natural Gas. LNG storage tanks can be found underground, above ground or in LNG carriers. The common characteristic of LNG Storage tanks is the ability to store LNG at the very low temperature of -163 °C.

Offshore Wind Foundations

Pressure Vessels
Pressure vessels are enclosed containers used to hold liquids, vapors, and gases at a pressure significantly higher or lower than the ambient pressure. They are widely used in various industries such as petrochemical, oil and gas, chemical, and food processing industries. Equipment such as reactors, flash drums, separators, and heat exchangers are examples of pressure vessels.

Offshore Wind Foundations

Heavy Wall Line Pipes
Heavy wall line pipes are generally defined as pipes with a wall thickness above 20mm, which are manufactured by roll-bending steel plates and used for offshore plant piping systems.
CS Energy Co., Ltd. is carrying out various projects by developing the wind structure market in cooperation with large companies such as Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, Seah Steel, and Hyundai Steel. In addition, CS Energy is expanding its business to include renewable and eco-friendly fields such as Bangladesh solar power business and waste disposal power-generation business.
CS Energy produces 80,000 tons (6,600 tons/month) of large-diameter thick steel pipes and structures every year. It is developing the wind structure market in cooperation with large companies such as Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, Seah Steel, and Hyundai Steel, and is also expanding new and eco-friendly projects such as Bangladesh solar power and waste disposal power-generation projects.

Offshore Wind Foundations

Carrying out Various Global Projects
CS Energy has been developing through carrying out various projects including: the Greater Changhua Offshore Wind Project in Taiwan; the Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Project in Scotland; the Gagi Offshore Wind Status Measurement Project in India; The TPC Pin Pile 1st Offshore Wind Project; the Central Diyarbakir Project in Turkey; the Jack up Barge Leg Project, and the Hyundai Mipo LPG Fuel Tank Project – in cooperation with globally top-ranked enterprises in these fields. | Blog Magazine of korean-machinery, brands and Goods

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