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Parsian launches Rostami floating concrete fishery dock

posted Oct 8, 2012, 8:35 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Oct 28, 2012, 8:35 AM ]

Parsian Group announces launching a new fishery offloading dock in Rostami harbour, in Bushehr province, Iran.

Offloading dock in Rostami port, made of 125 ton reinforced concrete pontoons with stainless steel mooring system
The 144 sq.m (1550 sq. feet) offloading fishery dock, concrete pontoon and marine-grade stainless-steel gangway and mooring system
Persian Gulf, Sep. 2012


The latest fishery port in Persian Gulf has already changed the fishery business in this small town in the northern shore of Persian Gulf.
The 12x12 meter dock made of 9 concrete pontoons of 4x4 (1550 square feet) will serve fishing vessels up to 40' to load and offload their supply and catch with greater ease and safety.

125 ton floating concrete pontoons, Persian Gulf

Featuring the heaviest floating concrete dock in Persian Gulf, this 125 ton monster is integrated into the newly renovated fishery harbour of Rostami with two marine-grade stainless steel truss-arm and through a 15x2 m gangway made of stainless steel materials.

Floating concrete offloading dock (far right) and pair of floating parkings (left) Designed, manufactured and launched by Parsian Group, Persian Gulf, Sep. 2012 Click on the photo to enlarge

Floating concrete offloading dock (far right) and pair of floating parkings (left)
Designed, manufactured and launched by Parsian Group, Persian Gulf, Sep. 2012

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Equipped with 17 stainless steel bollard and protected by D-type fenders of processed rubber, the dock can serve 3x40' fishing gears or 6x20' fishing boats simultaneously.

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PTO: Delegates from Iran Fishery Org, Supervising engineers and Parsian Group, Rostami fishing harbour, Persian Gulf



Parsian Launches Iran's first boat floating parkings in Persian Gulf

posted Oct 1, 2012, 12:51 PM by Cyrus Jyane

Parsian Group is delighted to announce design, manufacturing and launching Iran's first floating parkings in Rostami fishery harbour near Bushehr, Persian Gulf.

A view of Iran's 1st pair of boat floating parkings (Concrete pontoons and soft wood finger jetties), Rostami Port,Persian Gulf
Panorama view of pair of boats' floating parkings, Launched in Sep. 2012, Rostami Port, Persian Gulf
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This pair of identical jetties can host 28 baots upto 20' simultaneusly using 2x7 wooden finger jetties made of processed wood and polyethylene floaters.
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The main deck of each parking jetty is made of 48 square meters of concrete pontoon equipped with stainless steel bollards, wooden fenders and 7 finger jetties.
These parkings are also featuring Iran's first BTGs (Blended Truss-arm in Gangways) functioning as both access bridge and mooring systems.

Parsian Launches the 1st BTG for Concrete Pontoons

posted Oct 1, 2012, 12:42 PM by Cyrus Jyane

Parsian Launches Iran's 1st. BTG for concrete pontoon docks

Fully designed, modeled, and built in Parsian industrial complex, Iran's 1st Blended Truss-arm in Gangway, BTG, (Patent Pending) was launched in Rostami fishing harbour, Bushehr province, Persian Gulf.
The conceptual model developed to eliminate the need for piling and/or truss-arms which are essential to control lateral displacement of floating docks.
The world's 1st Blended Truss-arm in Gangway (BTG) for concrete pontoons launched in Persian Gulf

While the calculations show that the steel BTG is heavier and hence costlier, than either standard gangway or pair of truss-arms, it will be stronger and more cost-effective than a set of standard gangway + pair of truss-arms.
The design provides the dock with an integrated steel structure (stainless steel or hot-galvanized) which functions as both access bridge and mooring system.
Deligates from client (Iran Fishery Org.) visit the 1st BTG mooring system in Rostami harbour

Is concrete pontoon durable? Sure, See for Yourself!

posted Jul 30, 2012, 2:18 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Jul 30, 2012, 2:48 AM ]

30 years Old Houseboat on a concrete pontoon comes with a residential tenancy lease of 40 years in Mosman's Pearl Bay, Australia.

That's true! This dream houseboat with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms was originally built in 1923, and the 65 tonne concrete pontoon was rebuilt in 1983.
It is now for sale with a 40 years lease financing scheme.

A view of the houseboat in Mosman's Pearl Bay, Australia

This dream property, already appeared in many beautiful post cards and paintings, just need some renovation in residential part with no cost whatsoever for floating concrete base it is based on.
A closer look from the rooftop and a beautiful view of the harbor is illustrated in below photo:


Huge Floating Concrete Dock Washed up on US Beach

posted Jun 11, 2012, 1:41 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Jun 11, 2012, 2:06 AM ]

A 125 m2 concrete pontoon washed ashore on Agate beach, Oregon, 100 miles (160 km) southwest of Portland.
 
This floating concrete dock is believed to be the largest and heavies debris ever found in the farthest distance ever recorded.
 
Misawa Fishing Port, The home of washed ashore pontoon, minutes after tsunami, March 11/2011
 
The floating concrete dock, made on 2008 and detached from its service site, the port of Misawa, in Aomori Prefecture in the northern part of Japan, on March 11/2011, is obviously in a working and stable condition.
 
A team of experts are now examining the gigantic floating structure to come-up with a solution for the run away dock. The current potential solution will be either salvage of the structure and installing it in a nearby deck or demolition and recycling the product.
 
The reinforced concrete pontoon weighing some 165 ton has a area of 125 m2 (21.6m x 5.8m) and a height of 2.13m.

Reinforced floating concrete dock crosses the Pacific Ocean, found one year later in USA

 
 
The pontoon made of reiforced concrete with styrofoam blocks inside it has crossed Pacific ocean, from Japan to land on US soil, 8850 km away.
 
 
 

Stainless Steel Gangway and Truss Arms Approved to Ship

posted May 23, 2012, 8:12 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated May 23, 2012, 9:04 AM ]

VIP delegate from Iran Fishery Organization (project owner) and Sakoo Consulting Engineers (project supervising body) for Rostami fishery port project visited Parsian steel workshop and reviewed quality control reports for stainless steel elements.

They also performed thorough visual examinations and run various non-destructive tests to asses the conformity of products with project requirements and complying with national and int'l regulations for pedestrian walkways.

Upon successful verification of chemical analysis and welding test reports and completion of tests and examinations, Parsian was granted dispatch clearance to ship the completed elements to Rostami fishery port in Bushehr Province, Persian Gulf, where they are assembled to form one loading deck and Iran's first floating parking decks for medium-sized fishing vessels.

These three decks, with total berth line of 260m, consist of 17 concrete pontoons with total area of 240 sqm.
Floating concrete elements fabricated for this fishery port weigh approx. 230 ton.

Soon we post more new reports and information regarding our innovative high-tech Blended-Truss Arm-in-Gangway, BTG, (not illustrated in below photos) to be introduced for the 1st time in the world in Rostami port; A brilliant technology that will have a paramount impact on the concept of safety and performance of medium-sized floating decks.

Below are photos from this visit on May 22nd. Click to see enlarged photo.

Parsian Workshop and marine-grade stainless steel gangway for rostami fishery port, Persian Gulf

Parsian Workshop and marine-grade stainless steel gangway for rostami fishery port, Persian Gulf

Parsian Workshop and marine-grade stainless steel gangway for rostami fishery port, Persian Gulf

VIP delegate from Iran Fishery Organization visiting Parsian Workshop and marine-grade stainless steel gangway and truss arms for rostami fishery port, Persian Gulf

VIP delegate from Iran Fishery Organization reviewing test reports and qc analysis documents  in Parsian Workshop and marine-grade stainless steel gangway and truss arms for rostami fishery port, Persian Gulf




Parsian concrete pontoons attract attentions in CCIMO 2012

posted May 16, 2012, 4:33 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated May 20, 2012, 11:26 PM ]

As posted earlier, Parsian participated in 20th Conference for Coordination of Iranian Marine Organizations CCIMO 2012, from May 8th to 9th , in Kish Island, Persian Gulf.

The event, is an important means of realizing and implementation of sea-based development strategies in Persian Gulf and all key players of the region contribute to the event by showcasing their latest achievements, papers, presentations and running workshops on state-of-the-art technologies in marine sector.

This year, Parsian booth was a must-see place for key players, manufacturers, clients and researchers in Persian Gulf Maritime industry.

Innovative products, rich media showcasing workflow of design and manufacturing of floating concrete structures, interactive virtual tour in Parsian manufacturing headquarter were among attractions that draw attentions of visitors to the Parsian booth.


Opening Ceremony: Parsian pontoons &  floating concrete structures in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf, May 2012

Iran's Navy Commander Admiral Habibollah Sayari visit Parsian Booth in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf


Opening Ceremony: Parsian pontoons &  floating concrete structures in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf, May 2012

Iran's top marine authorities of Caspian Sea visit Parsian Booth in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf

Opening Ceremony: Parsian pontoons &  floating concrete structures in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf, May 2012

Iran's Navy Commander Admiral Habibollah Sayari visit Parsian Booth in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf



Opening Ceremony: Parsian pontoons &  floating concrete structures in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf, May 2012

Eng Seyed Poor, Managing Director of Caspian Sea, Mazandaran PMO Iran's top marine authorities visit Parsian Booth in CCIMO 2012, Kish, Persian Gulf



Chiruyeh (Chiroo) floating concrete fishery deck in action

posted Apr 28, 2012, 8:19 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated May 16, 2012, 1:34 AM ]

Parsian successfully completed PTO (Provisional Take Over) phase of Chiruyeh floating concrete fishery jetty late April and the fishery port of this lovely small town in the Northern coast of Persian Gulf is now in its official service life.
The floating concrete pier, made of 4x16 sqm concrete pontoon equipped with stainless steel gangway and truss arms has been already integrated in Chiruyeh's people everyday life.
 
Panorama view of floating concrete deck in Chiruyeh, Persian Gulf

64 sqm concrete pontoon deck promotes local fishery industry in Chiruyeh, Persian Gulf

This photo gives an idea of the size of floating concrete deck installed in Chiruyeh, Persian Gulf

An overall view of the under-construction port in Chiruyeh and Parsian floating concrete fishery deck in the middle of the man-made basin


Parsian to participate in 20th Conference for Coordination of Iranian Marine Organizations

posted Apr 18, 2012, 5:13 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Apr 29, 2012, 10:24 PM ]

20th Conference for Coordination of Iranian Marine Organizations
Parsian Group participates in 20th Conference for Coordination of Iranian Marine Organizations to be held in Kish island, Persian Gulf, from May 8th to 9th.
This Strategic conference and exhibition focuses on below topics:
  • Security and safety in maritime industry,
  • Environmental concerns in maritime industry,
  • Human resource development in maritime industry,
  • The role of ports in development of maritime sector,
  • The economics of maritime sector and challenges ahead
Previous participation of our company assisted other key decision makers of maritime sector in Persian Gulf to get a better understanding of the recent developments in floating concrete breakwaters, floating concrete docks and floating islands.
 
Furthermore, we had chance to discuss impacts of floating concrete techology on reducing environmental hazards to marine environments.
 
We are delighted to meet all maritime-related industries, fisheries and construction developers in this event. 

Parsian Group Online Knowledge Base Updated

posted Apr 7, 2012, 1:43 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Apr 7, 2012, 2:21 AM ]

Parsian Group's online knowledge base is now even more resourceful and up-to-date.
This fully searchable online database is a great source for Parsian R&D department as well as researchers and consulting firms in maritime structures, fishery, lubricant and WebGIS industry.
 
The materials published to the knowledge base includes world standards, articles and papers on maritime structures, fishery, lubricants, construction, fishery and WebGIS.
 
Since its launch in 2010, hundreds of standards, articles, drawings and images have been added to the database and the number is counting more on weekly bases.
 
 
Fully searchable interface of Parsian Group Knowledge Base

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