How we work

"Stick up" is one of the main issues for small, long piles. We can offer several methods to stabilize a conductor. The STS (Suction To Stability) method is one solution, a stabilisation frame could be another.

Also a vibro, in combination with a hammer, can be used to stabilize the conductor. Depending on the project and soil condition we can find the most effective solution to get the job done.

Hammers & Spread

In general, a small hammer is required. We use hammers starting at 100 kJ design energy. The additional equipment needed to operate the hammer can be adopted to the specific requirements of the project.

The main parameters are pile, soil and water depth where we can provide our experience from several different projects to find the best solution for you.

Availability

Our equipment is located on several yards worldwide. The main yards are in Germany and Singapore where we can also do the assembling of the equipment.

The equipment is containerized on a high level that makes it easy to transport globally, if necessary.

Conductor Piles

Even with special requirements we are able to find the right solution for your project. Visit the pilesize section to find the equipment that fits your project requirements.

 

In Support Globally

MENCK is a global business with facilities in Europe, US and Asia-Pacific with multiple crews offshore, available at any time.

MENCK can confidently support any subsea pile driving project anywhere, for any business. In support, MENCK provides a complete aftersales service including logistics, training, technicians and parts supply.

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Menck Projects

With over 150 years of experience driving piles, we have overcome all types of challenges, continually improving efficiency through innovation and excellent service.

Visit our projects page or see a series of MENCK pile driving projects or visit our dedicated oil and gas, wind power and civil engineering pages.

 

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Complete Subsea Services

MENCK can provide additional subsea services in support. Together with Acteon Group companies, we offer:

  • Lifting and Handling
  • Grouting
  • Pre-installation conductors
  • More...
 
 

Wind Power

For all levels of the wind power supply chain, click here for technical data and the latest developments from the wind power team at MENCK.

Civil Engineering

For engineers working on bridges and civil engineering projects, click here for technical data and the latest developments from MENCK.

 

Oil & Gas

For specific information, news and technical data from the MENCK oil and gas team, click here.

 

 
 

Selecting Hammers

This table provides key information about each MENCK hammer suitable for shallow water installations.

For more detailed information, please visit individual hammer pages or contact the MENCK team for advice or technical support.

Even on special requirements we are able to find the right solution for your project. Look at MENCK's pile size section to find equipment that fits with your project requirements.

MHU above & shallow water series

  Unit 270T 400T 500T 750T
Minimum energy kj 30 40 50 75
Maximum energy - surface kj 300 440 550 820
Maximum energy - 1000 m depth kj 270 400 500 750
Oil flow l/min 600 1000 1150 1600
Blow rate at max energy bl/min 40 38 38 38
Ram weight t 16.2 24.3 30.2 45.4
Total hammer weight t 30.8 49.1 59.8 79.6
           
Standard Configuration          
Pile sleeve   1.6m 60" 2.2m 84"
Total weight dry w/MHP DWS t 66 85.8 113.7 147.8
Total weight under water t 52.5 75.5 90 118.3
Hammer length w/pile sleeve m 12.7 14.5 16 17.6

 

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