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TANK JACKING SYSTEM

Monday, February 06, 2017   By: KRISHNASWAMY [1139] 2 Stars
A 54 M DIA COLUMN SUPPORTED ROOF TANK IS TO BE ERECTED USING TANK JACKING SYSTEM

IT HAS 1 CENTRAL COLUMN AND 24 OUTER COLUMNS.

WHAT US THE BEST METHOD FOR THE JACKING SYSTEM TO BE ADOPTED.AS SUGGESTED BELOW.

1. ERECT ALL THE COLUMNS FIRST

2 START ERECTING THE SHELL USING THE JACKING METHOD

3 AFTER REACHING FULL HEIGHT, ERECT THE ROOF PLATES FROM SHELL TO COLUMN AND COMPLETE .

ALTERNATIVELY

1 ERECT THE TOP 2 SHELL COURSES.

2. ERECT THE CENTRAL COLUMN AND THE SUPPORT COLUMNS EQUAL TO THE TOTAL HEIGHT OF THE SHELL ERECTED,

3 COMPLETE THE ROOF PLATES ERECTION AND WELDING.

4 INSTALL THE JACKS ON THE SHELL AND FOR EACH COLUMN AS PER TANK STABILITY CALCULATIONS.

5. NOW LIFT/JACK UP THE TANK TOTALLY ALONG WITH THE COLUMNS TO REQUIRED HEIGHT FOR PLACING THE NEXT SHELL COURSE PLATE.

6. ERECT THE SHELL PLATES AND COLUMNS OF EQUAL SECTIONS OF SHELL PLATES AND COMPLETE THE WELDING.

7. REPEAT THE PROCESS TILL ALL THE SHELL PLATES ARE ERECTED

EXPERTS ADVISE WELCOME

THANKS IN ADVANCE.

REGARDS

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Tuesday, February 07, 2017   By: Dunedin [37] 4 Stars
In my view Option 2 is the only viable method but best consult with specialist jacking contractor.

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