Jacking tower systems offer a low cost high capacity alternative to large cranes and are most commonly used to erect heavy petrochemical vessels, but have also been used to lift offshore modules, goliath cranes and large roof structures. We have been designing, supplying and operating jacking tower systems since 1994 for use by heavy lifting contractors and refinery construction contractors.
Our jacking tower systems are designed to meet specific client requirements. To date Jacking Towers supplied by us have been used to erect offshore structures weighing up to 2800 tonnes, goliath crane girders weighing up to 6,000 tonnes, large roof structures weighing up to 2,600 tonnes and petrochemical vessels weighing up to 5,000 tonnes.
We can design and supply complete jacking tower systems to meet any requirements, including the facility to self-erect and dismantle and to skid between operating positions. We will be pleased to advise on the best arrangement for your needs.
The following in the list of latest jacking tower systems we have supplied:
- MYQ5000 tower system supplied to China Petroleum First Construction Company in China, designed to erect petrochemical vessels up to 5000 tonnes and up to 160m high. Read more »
- DL-TS3600 tower system to Sinopec Tenth Construction Company in China with gross lifting capacity of 3600 tonnes in two tower configuration and 7200 tonnes in four tower configuration. Read more »
- Maari Field Wellhead platform jacket erection in Malaysia. Incremental lifting of 7 jacket sections weighing a total of 2400 tonnes. Read more »
- The Formosa Plastics petrochemical plant in Mai-Liao, Taiwan. Modular jacking tower system in various configurations have been used to erect more than 58 vessels with a combined weight of 54,000 tonnes. Read more »
- 2500 tonnes capacity jacking tower system supplied to No 4 Construction Company of Sinopec in China. Read more »
Haeco hanger 3,250 tonne computer controlled roof lift, Hong Kong......
Maari Field Wellhead Platform Jacket erection, Malaysia.....
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