The Hydrohammer is a hydraulic impact driving hammer that is used for driving piles. Whether you need onshore or offshore foundation piling, the Hydrohammer is the hammer that you need. It can be used for driving steel piles, sheet profiles, caissons, spun piles and driving steel piles for, conductors, jackets, tripods, PLEM foundation piles, subsea template foundations, pipeline initiation piles, mooring systems, monopiles, and starter piles. The Hydrohammer has an extensive track record and can be used in combination with our Integrated Monopile Installer. We’ve developed multiple ranges of hammers for every range of steel piles. In addition, we can also provide matching sleeves, sheet pile guides, hydraulic umbilical winches, and power packs to suit your needs.
The Waterhammer is a hydraulic impact piling hammer that runs on water as an alternative to hydraulic oil. The hammer is specially designed for (ultra) deepwater installations and can be used up to 2,000m of water depth. By using only water as a medium, there is no chance for hydraulic oil spills, which makes the hammer environmentally friendly. The Waterhammer can be used with all water types (Salt or Freshwater) and is suitable for all piling jobs like steel piles, sheet profiles, caissons, spun piles, conductors, pipeline initiation piles, jackets, PLEM foundation piles, Subsea template foundations, tripods, mooring systems, monopiles, and starter piles.
BLUE PILING TECHNOLOGY
IQIP is going all-in on noise mitigation. Therefore, we have invested in BLUE Piling Technology. BLUE Piling technology is an innovative piling solution that uses the deceleration of a large water mass to deliver a long-lasting blow to the pile. The technology reduces noise at the source during installation, ensuring a safe and environmentally friendly installation.
INTEGRATED MONOPILE INSTALLER
The Integrated Monopile Installer is a proven integrated solution for noise mitigation that includes installation features to reduce operational time during the installation of monopiles. It can mitigate noise below 160 dB to operate within the present noise regulations, center the piles with the upper guiding tool, get piles through the splash zone, install piles in the right location and rotate the piles in the correct heading in less than one minute.