ARCADIO GREGORI installed its first cogeneration system with the use of photovoltaic panels in 2006.
The scope of these projects ranges from support in their conception and design, to their materialisation and subsequent implementation. The assembly and manufacture of the various electrical elements (cabinets and power and control elements) and support systems are carried out in our workshops.

Complete electricity generation projects:

• Natural gas facilities and generators.
• Systems and facilities for anaerobic digestion of organic waste (biogas).
• Electricity generation and self-consumption systems through the use of photovoltaic modules.
Offshore windpower turbine (Offshore Windpower)
GREGORI designs and manufactures equipment for marine geotechnical engineering. The data obtained through these studies are used, amongst others, for the design of the foundations of the different offshore wind generation systems:
• Marine wind turbines with fixed foundation
• Offshore wind turbines on floating platforms
The potential of wind energy at the service of human activities has been known since ancient times, because this renewable resource has been used for generations. Nowadays, technology makes it possible to harness the offshore wind power to generate electricity in a renewable way. Thanks to all this, and because of the governing environmental policies, it is one of the renewable sources that will play a vital role in European and global energy in the future.
By 2030, offshore wind generation is estimated to supply 14% of electricity demand across the EU.

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El ensayo de penetración estática permite determinar de forma continua la presión necesaria para introducir el cono, el rozamiento lateral y la presión de poro. Con estos parámetros es posible determinar y caracterizar los tipos de suelos presentes en el subsuelo de forma continua.
Los elementos son depositados en el fondo marino desde el buque sísmico mediante una grúa y sus correspondientes cables de acero, así como son controlados desde a bordo.


• Chasis de acero al carbono de alta resistencia y gran estabilidad.
• Pintado mediante sistema de pintura en polvo, recubrimiento termoestable exento de disolventes, obteniéndose un revestimiento de alta calidad.
• Sistema vibratorio mediante un Vibrador eléctrico externos, consiste en un motor eléctrico alojado en una robusta carcasa en fundición, con pesos excéntricos colocados en ambos extremos del eje.
• Robusto sistema de sujeción de la lanza. Regulable en posición y ligero.
• Motor accionado mediante variador de frecuencia. Permite regular la velocidad del motor de una manera sencilla y cómoda. Máxima eficiencia y control del proceso de simulación de la vibración de la lanza.
• Panel de control de fácil acceso y maniobra. Ciclos de trabajo configurables.
• Alimentación a 230v ac 50-60hz.Cuenta con dos fuentes de alimentación de salida, 24v y 15v dc


Outstanding features:
Umbilical cable weight: 1.1-1.2 kg/m
Maximum traction force 11kn (first layer)
General dimensions (approx. 2000 x 1700 x 2000 mm)
Helicoidal gear box
8 ISO 1161:1984 corner castings with rotating lock
Working load limit with 4 lifting points.


• Entirely constructed from AISI 316 steel. Robust design.
• Fitted with a high performance manual pressure pump (100 bar).
• Compatible with all CPT lance manufacturers on the market.
•The test fluid works in a closed circuit, without any leakage possibilities.
• Transportable in a strong duralumin case (included).
• Environmentally friendly since it does not require any oils or other pollutants.


Mobile maritime laboratories are used to carry out the on-site study of the parameters collected by CPT equipment. Recorded signals undergo specialized processing and interpretation to obtain understandable information about the subsoil.
The modular design of the container allows us to adapt it to the most demanding customer needs during manufacture.


Seismic sources can provide individual pulses, generating seismic waves that travel through a medium such as water or rock layers. Some of the waves are reflected, refracted and recorded by receivers, such as geophones or hydrophones. These sensors, in the form of a lance, are nailed to the subsoil by drilling equipment.