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New Guinness Record
27.09.2014 18:44
New Guinness Record

Russians can witness a Guinness record in the category of "Moving the heaviest object by river transport", the 1377.9-tons hydrocrack reactor.

      Edition's London headquarters accepted application from “Spetstyazhavtotrans" GC for super shipping. The giant hydrocracking reactor weighing 1377.9 tons left St. Petersburg to Nizhnekamsk for a heavy residue oils conversion complex projected in Tatarstan. The project of shipping the equipment was designed and carried out by the Russian group of companies "Spetstyazhavtotrans." Giant reactor will float down the Russian rivers more than 2,000 kilometers: along the Neva River, through Ladoga and Onega lakes, Upper and Lower Volga, Kuibyshev reservoir and the Kama River. This unique engineering project includes all delivery stages: unloading the reactor from the ocean crane vessel; anchoring it in a specially reconstructed barge; passing the water route; unloading and delivery to the customer’s construction site.

      The representative of the Guinness Book of Records in Russia and the Russian Book of Records will register the record of moving the super-heavy equipment in Nizhnekamsk after unloading the reactor.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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