PLT® Multi PLT® 75
Article number: 6000

PLT® 75

The PLT® 75 increases your safety zone for your equipment and personnel. It is commonly used in mooring, towing, ship to ship and general line transfer operations.
Launches an orange rubber ball that pulls a 5mm bright yellow floating line of 120 meters. The ball can land on deck and it is filled with water in order to avoid bouncing.

If the air cylinder is filled up to 300 bars (4350 psi), it will supply the base unit with enough air to perform 6 max pressure launches. Charged to 200 bars (2900 psi), you will have 4 max pressure launches.

For filling to 300 bars (4350 psi), simply connect the air cylinder to a standard scuba diving (breathing air) compressor with standard 5/8″ threads according to DIN 477.
For filling from a 200-bar compressor, Art. No. 1308 Yoke (DIN477) and claw adapter 1315 is needed to connect the Air cylinder and compressor

Launching distance with a dry and clean line of 5mm is 90 meters.


Product ID: Art. No. 6000 - PLT® 75

  • 1 Art. No. 1005 PLT® Launching Unit
  • 1 Art. No. 6303 Launching Tube PLT® 75
  • 2 Art. No. 6101 Projectile Ball
  • 1 Art. No. 6201 Linebox 5mm Floating Line
  • 1 USB stick and User Manual


Heaving line for mooring ropes during STS operations.
Heaving line for offshore vessels transferring materiel between main and support vessel
Heaving line during towing operations
Heaving line during mooring vessel to port
Heaving line during rescue operations
Used by some terminals to transfer mooring ropes

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Need Equipment for 200 bar Compressors

For filling from a 200-bar (2900 psi) compressor, Art. No. 1308 Yoke (DIN477) and claw adapter 1315 is needed to connect the Air cylinder and compressor.

Spare Parts

Yoke & claw adapter

  • 1 Art. No. 1308 Yoke
  • 1 Art. No. 1315 Claw adapter

STS with PLT® 75

The PLT®75 is used to transfer the line across to the PSV.
This way they can stay at a safe distance and transfer between ships.

Credits: Herminator1102 from YouTube

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