Janson Bridging Modular Ferries
Want to make an area which is unreachable due to water, accessible? Want to use an alternative means of transport during maintenance on a bridge? The Janson Bridging modular ferries are a quick, innovative solution and can be used worldwide.
Janson Bridging ferries are designed to allow an alternative method of accessing unreachable areas. A ferry consists of standard modular pontoons and mechanical elements. These are transported in containers and then assembled and installed on site. The modular structure allows a ferry to be made operational in a very short time, all over the world. And completely customised too.
Scalable and adjustable
The number of pontoons determines the final size of the ferry. This makes the unique system extremely flexible and scalable. Adjustment is even possible on site, for example when it appears that the transportation need is changing or it is different from what was assumed in the first instance. Since the ferries are simple to connect mechanically, adjustments are easy to perform by local professionals without extensive knowledge of bridges, pontoons or ferries.
In accordance with international regulations
Janson Bridging ferries are primarily meant to transport both humans and vehicles over water, mostly rivers and lakes. Each ferry is double-ended, so it can moor on either side. A self-propelled floating section is responsible for the propulsion. This module is installed just like the modular pontoons. Each Janson Bridging ferry is built based on the Guidance General Arrangement regulation and strict Janson Bridging regulations and specifications.
Details for Janson Bridging Ferries
- Based on roll-on roll-off principle with a hydraulic ramp (6.5 metres) on both sides
- Fitted with two drive-propeller units driven by diesel engines
- Average optimum speed of 6 knots
- Maintenance can be carried out on site (i.e. in the water)
Janson Ferries sample specifications
|Total length external dimensions||Ca. 51.620 mm|
|Total length internal dimensions (operational)||Ca. 36.620 mm|
|Maximum width||Ca. 12.130 mm|
|Minimum height||Ca. 2.000 mm|
|Maximum height||Ca. 8.800 mm|
|Draught (summer design)||Ca. 1.400 mm|
|Draught (empty and unladen)||Ca. 700 mm|
|Own weight||Ca. 231 tonnes|
|Maximum loading capacity||Ca. 300 tonnes|
|Maximum speed||Ca. 6 knots (11km/h) when fully laden|
A ferry with these specifications has plenty of room, for example, to carry 9 American trucks or a combination of cars and trucks. A total of up to 200 passengers with accessories on board the ferry. The ferry can be loaded to a maximum weight of 300 tons.