Tank Jacking, also known as: Tank Erection, Hydraulic Tank Jacks, and Tank Lifting
Lifting Capacity: 12 MT and 25 MT
Max Shell Height: 3.00 m (10')
Available for Rent in North America
Irizar Tank Jacking has been used for construction of over five thousand API-620 & API-650 field erected tanks. Used world wide on oil refineries, petrochemical plants, fertilizer plants, power generating stations, petroleum product installations & depots, and at liquid storage terminals at ports. Max lifting weight up to 2,650 MT.
For More Information go to:
- Video Clips
- Irizar Tank Jacking Operation Manual
- Canadian Lab Load Test Report: Available Upon Request
- Tank Erection Fit Up Tools
- Construction Procedure: Tank erection occurs from top course downwards.
- Efficient: Reduce the overall tank manufacturing time
- Cost - Effective: Expensive large cranes are no longer required
- Minimum use of scaffolding is needed
- Workplace Safer: Assembling and welding at ground level
- Erection Safe: Even in the case of power pack failure, electrical power shutdown, or hose eruption. The tank is held in place and does not slip
- Flexible: Equipment can be split for erection of smaller tanks or expanded to build larger tanks
- Temperature: Reliable at minus 20 Celsius degrees, even less
- Application: a) Tank construction, b) Dismantling tanks, c) Replacing annular plate or foundation repair, d) Expanding tank capacity by means of adding extra shell in the bottom.
- Spare Parts: Available in Canada. Use exploded 3-D Solid Works for ordering. Deliver time: Usually within 24 hours by FedEx. Method of Payment: Wire transfer or Credit Card (Visa, Master or AMEX)
- Training included with customer purchase order: a) Tutorial Lifting Jacks Set up Video; Tutorial Lifting Jacks Operation Video; c) Eight hours training in our Alberta Canadian Facility; d) 24 Hours Technical Support. We also offer World Wide Technical Support at extra cost. Training is provided by Canadian Engineers, either English or Spanish. It includes: a) Erection supervision at Job Site; c) On-Site Commissioning; c) Training while making tank lift.
- Equipment Delivery Time (Approx.): a) Any place in North America (USA-Canada): Five (5) business days, b) Centro and South America & Caribbean Islands: 4 to 5 weeks, c) World Wide: 5 to 6 weeks at Main Containers Sea Port Terminals.