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For the production of the BLUE 25M, Euskalforging, from the North of Spain, has been chosen by Huisman Equipment to supply a world record forged ring measuring 10 meters in diameter with a weight of 80 ton. The ring was inspected and approved by DNV GL…(Read More)

The first sections of our hammer, the BLUE 25M, look very impressive. SIF is currently producing these sections. With a rated energy of 25.000 kJ, the BLUE 25M will be by far the most powerful, quiet and gentle hammer in the world! Stay tuned…(Read More)

Trials conducted by Fistuca on a testpile – during which the Dutch research institute TNO have measured noise levels in water – demonstrated that very low noise levels can be achieved with the BLUE Hammer. All underwater sound levels measured during these tests were far below the most stringent industry limits that currently apply; those…(Read More)

In order to accomodate our growth we just opened the doors of our new office in Buccaneer Delft. Buccaneer Delft is an accelerator for ambitious companies in the offshore and energy field. Buccaneer Delft is located in the heart of the historic city of Delft. www.buccaneerdelft.com Feel free to visit us to get…(Read More)

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Our latest brochure with a broad technology overview is now available. Click here to download it…(Read More)

After a successful test period on land on the Tweede Maasvlakte, the hammer has been transported to the Caland Canal where it will be tested on a testpile owned by Heerema. Noise measurements and further pile driving measurements will be performed here…(Read More)

Fistuca’s BLUE Piling Technology has drawn a major investment from Huisman. Huisman and Fistuca announced today that agreement has been reached on the participation of Huisman as shareholder. Click here for the full press release…(Read More)

On December 8, 2014, the Dutch company VandeGrijp started the production of our phase 4 hammer. The hammer will be tested thoroughly in 2015, both on- and offshore. The onshore tests are expected to take place at the Tweede Maasvlakte. This hammer can be used to drive piles with a top diameter up to 3…(Read More)

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