Hydraulic Tank Jacks

Erecting storage tanks using Hydraulic Tank Jacking Equipment has become mandatory in all the leading companies in India and gradually the same trend is catching up across the globe too.

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Hydraulic Tank Jacking Equipment    

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12MT capacity Hydraulic Jacks with loading point

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01 No.

Accessories for Jacks

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01 Set

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Vertical uprights (Trestle’s) with Jack Rod suitable for Erecting 2500 mm width shell plates

01 No.

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Adjustable support pipes (Stay Pipes) for uprights

02 Nos.

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Slipper / Guide

01 No.

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Stay Lugs Upper and Lower

02 Sets

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Base Plates for Uprights

01 No.

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Valves & Fittings

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01 Set

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Straight Connection, T connection, L connection

01 Set

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High pressure stop cock valves

01 No.

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Hydraulic Hoses

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01 Set

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High pressure Hydraulic Hoses with ½” BSP end fittings in assorted lengths
(7.5 Mtrs / Jack)

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  • Construction & Dismantling of tanks
  • Shifting / Moving of tanks
  • Replacement of Bottom Plates of tanks
  • Repairs of Tank Foundation for:
  • Fixed Cone / Dome Roof Tanks
  • Floating Roof Tanks, Double Walled Tanks
  • Column Supported Roof Tanks
  • Storage Tanks at Elevation

Erection or Dismantling of above ground Vertical Storage Steel Tanks with our Hydraulic Tank Jacking equipment and other tank accessories ensures:

  • Safety in construction Environment
    • Hydraulic Tank Jacks are much more safe as compared to conventional method of tank fabrication
    • No work to be executed above 4 meters from the tank bottom level
    • Working at dizzying heights is not required as the tank is fabricated in reverse order, i.e. the roof is erected first and the first shell is erected last
  • Overall Cost reduction
    • Cost Benefit analysis:
      • cost-benefit-analysis
    • As seen earlier, Suryoday Technologies Hydraulic Tank Jacking Equipments can break-even well within three years against the expenses of a 50Ton Crane for erection.
    • No skilled & expensive labor required for working at dizzying heights
    • Very low on maintenance as compared to regular heavy expenses of a Crane
    • No special scaffolding required as working at heights is not required
  • Fast and easy erection / dismantling of tanks
  • Versatile in operation inside refineries or in open fields
  • Experienced and dedicated persons for your guidance
  • Advantages over Conventional Method
    • Shell erection is faster, reducing the time factor
    • Lower risks of accidents and safety achievement is high
    • Easy access for inspection at all stages
    • Improved Quality of work
    • Higher capacity cranes are not needed
    • Special scaffolding arrangement is not required
    • Safety in construction environment
    • Over all cost reduction
    • Versatile in operation inside refineries or in open fields