Hydraulic Gantry Mega Lift System & Heavy Lifting Equipment
JB Rawcliffe & Sons are able to offer hydraulic gantry lift systems form the simplest to the most complicated gantry lifting operations with its highly trained & experienced staff.
The Mega Lift Hydraulic Gantry Systems are lifting solution for lifting operations in confined areas however the system also has the advantage against a crane of similar capacity due to its compactness and operational costs. Lifting plans with 3D modelling can be produced as part of the method statements and risk assessments for the project.
The hydraulic lift systems can be utilised from a ‘simple’ lift in a low headroom building to lifting and carrying of large loads using a variety of track options. JB Rawcliffe & Sons Ltd can combine heavy turntables, skid systems and side shift capabilities for advanced & precise handling during innovative lifting operations with the integration of our machinery handling department. The hydraulic lift systems are easily transported & quickly rigged and can be containerised and shipped anywhere in the world.
The hydraulic lift systems is powered by either electric or LPG engines for a clean & quite self contained operation. Safety in lifting operations is foremost and therefore weight, pressure and height can be monitored for each tower on the control panel by the operator with safety alarm systems in place.
There are four towers, supported on wheels, that run on track sections and are self propelled. On our 500Ton system each tower has one vertical lift cylinder encased in a vertical lift boom. The cylinders and booms of the jacking towers are extended or retracted to lift or lower the load. The jacking towers can travel longitudinally to transport loads horizontally once the load is lifted.
The lift cylinders are two stage telescopic and double acting and are encased by the square telescopic boom which is raised as the cylinder rise. The heavy steel walls and boom overlap ensure that the lift cylinders are not imposed to any side loading forces and are protected at all times.
CAD planning and 3D modelling for the lifting of a 101,000kg shell.
Photograph showing the successful rotation of the 101,000kg shell.