Ground-lifting scow "Working" of the HB900 project
Self-propelled twin-screw grunt scow of class KM Ice1 R3-RSN AUT3 Hopper, construction number 203, is designed for transporting soil from dredgers to places of unloading during dredging operations to work as part of dredgers with a scoop or a refuler dredger.
Main technical characteristics of the vessel
Net cargo hold capacity
KM Ice1 R3-RSN AUT3 Hopper
Crew (mechanic, navigator, motorist)
Autonomous navigation by water, fuel and provisions
The scow is equipped with a bottom opening system of the hull. The main engines are located in the aft part of the vessel in protective casings, which allow for prompt maintenance and aggregate replacement of mechanisms. The screw-steering columns are placed outside the hull and have the ability to adjust the deepening of the screw and the lifting of the screws out of the water for maintenance and repair afloat without docking the vessel. The vessels of this project are designed to operate in the basins of the Black, Caspian and Baltic Seas.