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Variable Moment safe for the environment

Lillebaelt Crossing Project

With the PVE 90VM Variable Moment vibratory hammer a unique project has been realized in Denmark. A part of the Baltic gas pipeline was laid there by Boskalis between Jutland and Funen. This pipeline is welded on land and placed on the seabed as one long tube. A 1,000m stringing location on the Jutland-side has been used for welding. On the Funen-side the pulling construction was located. With the PVE 90VM, five guide piles and one wire guidance pile were installed to bent the Baltic gas pipeline underwater.

To protect the vulnerable marine life from any harm, the Resonance Free start and stop of the Variable Moment technology was used. Vibrating piles is a time-saving and, the lowest-emission method to date. A bubble screen was used for security to keep seals at a safe distance.

We’re proud being part of this impressive project. The PVE 90VM was rented out by our dealer Lesanco to the subcontractor Arkil.

Sizes of the tubular piles:

  • 5 x guide pile with rollers (ø 1420mm – 8,5m penetration depth).
  • 1 x wire guidance pile (ø 1420mm – 13,5m penetration depth).

Yes please, tell me more about sustainable offshore pile-driving solutions

Remko de Boer

BD Offshore

Do you need resonance free piling solutions for rent?

Robin van Lingen

Rental Manager

Read more about the 90VM

PVE 90VM webpage