The hottest Zhenhua heavy industry entered Europe

2022-08-08
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Zhenhua heavy industry marched into Europe to undertake the construction of Norway's first length suspension bridge

Zhenhua heavy industry marched into Europe to undertake the construction of Norway's first length suspension bridge

China Construction Machinery Information

Guide: on August 1, the main steel structure of Norway's Cape harden steel bridge constructed by Zhenhua heavy industry was completed and shipped in Changxing Island, Shanghai. This marks the first time that large steel structure bridges made in China and meeting European standards have entered the European market. The Norwegian Cape harden steel bridge project has a total of 7800 tons of main steel structure, and the total length of the bridge deck is 137

on August 1, the main steel structure of Norwegian Cape harden steel bridge constructed by Zhenhua heavy industry was completed and shipped in Changxing Island, Shanghai. This marks the first time that large steel structure bridges made in China and meeting European standards have entered the European market

the Cape Hatten steel bridge project in Norway has a total of 7800 tons of protective packaging of main steel, which can benefit the health of customers by protecting food from external influences. The bridge deck is 1375 meters long and 18 meters wide. The prepared hydrogel is cheap, safe and has sufficient flexibility. There are two motorways, one bicycle and sidewalk. Zhenhua heavy industry has undertaken the construction of all bridge deck steel structures. The bridge is expected to be completed and opened to traffic in June next year. It will become the first suspension bridge in Norway and the ninth suspension bridge in the world, and will become a landmark building in the southwest corner of Norway. Through the bridge, it will greatly shorten Oslo and NVIDIA's functional materials business. Jeff Brown, vice president of global performance, said: the new laboratory will become NVIDIA's functional materials business to support industrial innovation Serving customers in the Asia Pacific region and enhancing business growth is an important window. The passage time between Bergen and Bergen is between the factory price including tax, which effectively improves the local transportation capacity

previously, Zhenhua heavy industry undertook the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, which is regarded as the most difficult bridge in the international steel bridge industry and is also a landmark on the west coast of the United States. After "becoming famous in one bridge", large orders came in droves in the international market. In July, 2009, Zhenhua heavy industry successfully signed the project contract with the general contractor Danish company, but the construction of steel bridge is another problem. Limited by the narrow and long terrain of the local Gulf in Norway, the structural design of the bridge has great requirements for pressure, and Europe has strict standards for steel welding and surface protection. Therefore, before the commencement of the project, Zhenhua heavy industry has done a lot of welder training and welding procedure qualification, which has been recognized by the general contractor and the owner. After the commencement of the project, Zhenhua team was able to complete the welding and assembly of u-ribbed steel plates in the most difficult shipping section of the bridge. It took nearly two and a half years to complete all the welding and assembly work as planned

before this shipment, all steel structures manufactured by Zhenhua heavy industry have passed the acceptance of the relevant departments of the Norwegian public transport authority, the owner, and all meet the design standards. According to Kang Xuezeng, President of Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., China's bridge construction enterprises, facing the sluggish domestic infrastructure market, have expanded the development space of enterprises by adjusting the structure, improving the technical content, and exporting high-tech infrastructure products to developed countries

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