Navigation Lock at Eider-Flood-Protection Barrier / Germany
Customer: Wasser- und Schifffahrtsverwaltung, Fachstelle Maschinenwesen Nord
An important part of the storm tide protection is the 1973 completed flood protection barrier erected in the estuary of the river Eider into the Northsea / Germany. The most striking building on the Eider barrage is the sluice structure. It consists of 5 openings with a flow width of 40 m each. For navigation serves a lock arranged on the north end with a useful chamber length of 75m and a width of 14m.
DSD NOELL plans, manufactures and installs for the five Mitre Gates and for the Bascule Bridge