• Ship Hydraulic Knuckle Boom Marine Deck Crane CCS Approved

    Product Information

    OUCO knuckle boom marine crane appears similar to a standard crane, except that the boom articulates at the 'knuckle'

    near the middle, letting it fold back like a finger. This provides a compact size for storage and manoeuvring.

    The crane is controlled from an open platform above the slewing ring. One motions each (hoisting ,slewing or luffing) can be done with full load.Each hydraulic circuit is provided with equipment for limiting hydraulic pressure to preset values corresponding with crane capacity. The crane is provided with an automatic hook stop in top position.Over load safety device.Luffing up- down. The luffing cylinder is designed for safe buffering in extreme positions.

    Consist of knuckle boom marine cranes : Pedestal,slewing ring, column,operation platform,winch,boom,pulley,wire rope,hook etc.

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    OUCO Cranes Advantages : 

    1. 360° continuous rotation.

    2. -10 ----+45℃ working temperature.

    3. certified high quality steel structure.

    4. pedestal ready for mounting or weld to vessel main structure

    5. stainless steel grease nipples.

    6. precise step less speed control.

    7. simultaneous operations of 2 or more function.

    8. emergency for hydraulic stop device.

    9. visual and audible warning alarm.


    Technical specification



    Max. working radius 


    Min. working radius 


    Hoisting speed


    Hoisting height 


    Slewing speed 


    Slewing angle


    Luffing time


    Luffing angle


    Working condition

    trim ≤ 2 °

    heel ≤ 5 °

    Design temperature

    -10° ~ + 40 °



    Power resource


    Dead weight 


    Oil tank volume




     Production Process



    Company Information


    Company Information
    OUCO Industry, was established in February 1984, covers an area of 48,000 square meters, construction area is 35,000 square meters. OUCO headquartered in crane hometown of Jiangsu Province where representing most advanced machinery manufacturing level in China.  OUCO has more than 150 employees, 20 were technical staff. Among that has five senior titles, 10 mid-level titles, and a total of 50 welder (who has got CCS, ABS and other main institutions’ certification). It also has professional organization certificated flaw detection staff, the quality system audit staff, and inspection personnel, etc.



    1.Q:What's the information should I provide when inquiry?
      A: More details or drawings, better.

    a: Lift capacity b: span c: lift height d: power sourceor other specials you give us will be more appreciated.

    2.Q: How many operating methods for my selection?

      A:Standard operating methodsr:
    a: pendent controller with push buttons.  b: remote control with push buttons
    c: cabin(space capsule seat) control with joystick. Choose any type as you like.

    3. Q:Can this type work in hazardous environment?

         A:Sure! We can customize for you, acid proof or explosion proof, no problem for that.

    4. Q:Can you provide the serious lifting tools?

        A:Sure, we can provide any lift tools such as lift sling belt, lift clamp, grab, etc as your requirement!

    5. Q:How can we install the crane?

        A:Our senior engineer can be your side to do the installation guide service and training.

    6. Q:Safety device

        A:Overload limiter, Limit Switch (lifting and traveling), Interlock protection device.
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Ship Hydraulic Knuckle Boom Marine Deck Crane CCS Approved
Knuckle boom cranes are designed to lift high loads with the jib extended and to provide the operator with great flexibility during lifting operations. Among other functions, they are used for pipe and boat handling. Thanks to their outstanding flexibility in radius, our knuckle boom cranes make it easy and safe to load and unload vessels and handle different materials.
The improved level of control makes the crane ideal for offshore lifting operations in higher sea states.