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No use of Scaffolding

Gone are the days when scaffoldings were used for erecting storage tanks, with the ease and minimum man power the tanks are erected with complete Hydraulic Tank Erection Jacks of any size.


Safety First

The method of using Hydraulic Jacking System / Equipments for erecting a Storage tank has not reported a single accident for more then 2 decades, thus making erection of Tanks with Tank Erection Jack is much more safer.


Cost Cutting

No crane or other lifting equipments are used, Lesser manpower, Costing Recovery in 3 - 4 Projects as all is managed by our Tank Erection Jacks.


Time Saving

Ground Level Working, minimum time requirement and fewer risk of accidents.


Easier Inspection

Ground level inspection is conducted in place of climbing to risky and uncomfortable places.


COMPLETE JACKING & ASSEMBLY OF LIFTING TRESTLES

Detailed Description of Complete Jacking & Assembly Of Lifting Trestles :-

  1. TRESTLE BOX x 100 x 100 x 3.5

  2. SUPPORTING PIPE

  3. BASE PLATE ATTACHED WITH TRESTLE BOX

  4. JACK ROD

  5. HYDRAULIC JACK

  6. SLIDING CHAIR

  7. LIFTING ARM

  8. CUT PLATE (FOR LIFTING ARM)

  9. CLIT PLATE (FOR SLIDING CHAIR)

  10. N.C.V. WITH COUPLING FOR HOSE PIPE

  11. SHELL PLATE

  12. BOTTOM CLAMP (FOR SUPPORTING PIPE)

  13. TOP CLAMP (FOR SUPPORTING PIPE)

  14. STUD1" x 380mm

  15. BOLT3/4" x 3"

  16. BOLT3/4" x 6"

  17. LOADING POINT

 

 

Jack Type

8T32

12T36

18T40

Length of Stroke

100MM

100MM

120MM

Working Pressure

150 Kg/cm2

150 Kg/cm2

170 Kg/cm2

Load Capacity

8 TONS

12 TONS

18 TONS

These Jacking system is been used all over the world. It provide you safety, accident free, speedy and accurate erection. As all the fabrication is done at the ground level. This method of jacking system is user's friendly versatile highly efficient and it has become a standard norm in the tank fabrication industry.

  • The Foundation is made ready.

  • The base plate is laid out welded.

  • The periphery of the Tanks is marked out on the base plate.

  • Guide trestle for the shell plate are erected.

  • The top shell plates are erected and welded vertically.

  • The roof trusses are assembled and joined to top shell.

  • Lifting lugs & guides are welded to the shell plate.

  • The top shell plate & the roof Construction are lifted at the same time.

  • When the last shell plate is lifted & welded in place.

  • The finished tank is lifted slightly so that the guide trestles can be dismantled.

  • The tank is lowered & the shell plate & base Plate are welded together.

  • The jacking equipment is dismantled.

First the top layer is welded & the roof structure is erected. The whole top is lifted up just enough to give space for the second layer. Which is than welded to the first. The operation of lifting & welding is repeated until the full height of the tank has been achieved.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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