Conductix-Wampfler offers a full range of conductor bars, cable reels, motor driven reels, slip rings, cable festoons, cable chains, flexible cables and even systems to transfer energy and data without contactless. The unique combination of product options and practical experience gives customers the right solution, every time.
With the development of eco friendly solutions like E-Shore, E-RTG and E-Mobility, Conductix-Wampfler drives ecological innovations in the container handling facility market.
With own companies and several partners Conductix-Wampfler is present with about 1,000 employees in nearly all relevant countries across the globe.
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Especially in ports and terminals that move containers, everything needs to be reliable when operating 24/7/365. Energy and Data transmission systems play a very crucial role in these operations and …
RTGs will remain the primary machines for moving containers in terminal yards worldwide. RTGs represent more than 50% of the total fuel consumption at a typical port. Conventional rubber-tired gantry …
The Twistlock Load Sensing & Operational Safety System is designed to measure the load in each twistlock of single- and twinlift spreaders. (For tandem lift, one system per spreader is …
Michael Eckle, Conductix-Wampfler, explains how CAP will fit into the terminals industry
Conductix-Wampfler is set to acquire LJU Automatisierungstechnik, a German control system solution provider
The International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) has certified Conductix-Wampfler’s LASSTEC Container Weighing System under the R51 standard
Oliver Ruelle overviews how the growing amount of data and information being generated by the maritime sector can be managed intelligently by ports and terminals
Conventional Rubber Tyred Gantry cranes (RTGs) consume 2 to 2.5 liter diesel per container move. Consequently a container terminal with a throughput of 1 million TEU consumes 2 million to 2.5 million liters of diesel per year. This drives many operators to look for suitable power supply alternatives for this type of crane, in order to reduce diesel consumption and thus emissions. Conductix-Wampfler has been converting RTGs into electrified RTGs (E-RTGs) since 2006. The converting process involves shutting down the diesel genset and powering the RTG with electric power directly from the power grid. E-RTGs typically use 2.5 to 3.5 kWh electrical power per container move.
Conductix-Wampfler is a leading supplier of mobile energy supply and data transmission systems. The advantages and disadvantages of weigh bridges and twistlock based weighing systems have been outlined in detail. Also, weighing systems installed on headblocks or in sheave pins versus spreader twistlock based systems have been discussed.