ELA Offshore Container Portfolio
Due to clever statics and offshore certifications our offshore containers can be stacked up to four floors in order to save space.
The offshore containers are pre-assembled according to their destination so that they can be quickly connected upon arrival. In case of larger container systems, corresponding markings indicate the assembly sequence, which is immensely important for logistics. Thanks to the roadworthy size of the individual modules, they can be easily transported by truck to the port and subsequently loaded onto the ship. The mobile rooms have so-called "transfer points" where they can be connected to the system on board or on the platform. Thanks to our plug & play design they are quickly integrated into the security and communication system as well as the water system.
Fast, free and optimized 3-D CAD planning for all requirements and the preparation of a detailed offer in a short time is standard with us. For more extensive inquiries, we also provide integrated, complete support and wastewater systems, e-distributors and foundations for load distribution on platforms. Furthermore, we are available to our customers for after-sales services such as extensions and repairs.
Of course, we need some information before we can plan. We need to know how many people will be accommodated at the converter platform and if additional facilities such as a fitness room or a dining area with kitchen are required. Once we know the available space and the location, the planning can start. We can create a 3-D drawing and make a quote in two hours. You can also have all available certificates so you can discuss the formalities in advance.
ELA Offshore Containers are special offshore coated and constructed of robust and stable material. Moreover, they are re-certified annually and have NDT (non-destructive testing) at least once per 48 months.
Our offshore containers are particularly suitable for short-term operations. They help reduce overall project costs in an industry that competes with traditional power generation sources. They also allow crews to be at sea for longer periods of time and eliminate variables such as changeover times and weather interruptions. Especially in areas with bad weather or during the rainy season, offshore containers offer a huge advantage compared to daily transfers.