Shanghai Ying Yu Port Machinery Co., Ltd. was founded in 2011. It is wholesale ZPMC spreader spare parts manufacturers that produces and sells port machinery equipment spare parts.
For 50 years, Bromma has been a world leader in spreader technology. Known for its robust design, long service life and ease of operation.Equipment uptime is critical in ports. When a spreader is down, vessel berth delays are caused and safety is compromised.Productivity is a key factor in container terminal operation, and ship-to-shore spreader performance has a significant impact on yard operations. Terminals that turn ships faster, for example, gain a competitive advantage in the market and increase revenue through higher berth utilization.
A Bromma spreader is an excellent choice for boosting productivity in the yard. It is durable under difficult conditions, requires minimal service maintenance, and enables better equipment uptime.One of the most popular spreaders in the Bromma product line is the STS45 twin-lift ship-to-shore hydraulic spreader. These spreaders can handle two 20 foot containers separately from a spacing of 0 to 1.6 meters (about 5 feet) under full load.The YTS45 separating twin-lift spreader is another option for handling 20 foot and 40 or 45 foot containers. Its retractable twinlift unit can move two containers at the same time and is equipped with twistlocks to prevent accidental release of the telescopic bars. It is a robust and well proven design field-tested in high Asian terminals.
Reliability is a key performance indicator in the container handling industry. Terminals with more reliable spreaders experience lower equipment downtime, lower repairs, and less capital tied up in spreader spares - all of which lead to higher terminal profitability.Bromma spreaders deliver unmatched reliability under the conditions of real-world container handling. In fact, Bromma calculates that a more reliable spreader at a busy container terminal that averages just 0.5 more moves per hour can generate an additional $30,000 USD in terminal profit.All Bromma spreaders feature the latest SCS2 spreader communications system, delivering condition monitoring and faster fault diagnostics. This technology enables spreader operators to react quickly to fault events, resulting in quick spreader repair, fewer change-outs, and lower overall downtime.
A Bromma spreader can handle a range of container combinations. It can lift two 20 foot containers at the same time, or one 40 or 45 foot container at a time in tandem mode.A single Bromma spreader can lift more than one container per cycle, reducing labor costs. And a Bromma spreader can be adapted to accommodate different crane types, as well as different load configurations.Bromma offers spreaders that can be fitted with load sensing technology to identify container overloads, understated weights and out-of-balance eccentric loads. This technology can help prevent accidents and protect cargo and personnel.
Equipment uptime is crucial at ports. Approximately 30 to 50 percent of crane downtime is spreader-related, and it can delay vessels at berth or cause goods to be damaged. To minimize these risks, Bromma teamed up with data and modern technology to make spreaders more intelligent. With these new products, terminals can boost uptime and profitability.Spreaders are a key piece of equipment at port cranes and can cause significant downtime. A typical crane will experience up to 30 percent of its total downtime from spreading issues.
Fortunately, Bromma has developed innovative new technology to make spreaders smarter and help keep them running. The new technology enables terminal operators to diagnose spreader problems faster, and thereby reduce downtime.One of the most important benefits is safety. The bromma spreader includes several safety features that help prevent accidents and injuries.The spreader is equipped with a proximity switch on each of the four corners. This switch senses the presence of a container to control the energization of the electrical and hydraulic circuits for locking and unlocking the twist locks on the spreader.