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Enerpac strand jacks used for innovative tower scaffolding system

Enerpac has supplied a Korean-based engineering company, KLES, with strand jacks for an innovative tower scaffolding system called SKYFFOLDING (Platform-supported Boiler-in-Furnace Scaffolding and Lifting System). The Enerpac HSL1507 strand jacks support and lift the pendant-type, scaffolding system, as it grows, providing a safer working environment than traditional scaffolding during power plant boiler furnace maintenance.

Heavy-lifting technology to be displayed at CONEXPO

Enerpac will exhibit its latest developments in Heavy Lifting Technology in Las Vegas at ConExpo 2017 from March 7-11, 2017. The outdoor display located in the Gold Lot, booth G1127, will showcase a wide range of tools and industry leading heavy lifting equipment for the construction market.

Enerpac Multi-Functional Synchronous Lifting System uses digitally controlled hydraulics

Enerpac introduces a new addition to its EVO-Series Synchronous Lifting Systems, the EVO Mini (EVOM), which combines high-pressure hydraulics with a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) system to monitor and control precise movement and positioning of heavy loads in a compact, simple-to-use package. Through an integrated Human Machine Interface, all movements are managed from a central control position that displays live operation with real-time status updates for each lifting position.

Enerpac Completes Testing on World’s Largest Offshore Gantry Crane

Enerpac has completed testing of the world’s largest offshore gantry crane at its Hengelo manufacturing facility in the Netherlands. The crane will be used in the construction of a 5,400 meter bridge for an offshore highway on Reunion Island by French consortium Bouygues Travaux Publics, VINCI Construction Grands Projets, Dodin Campenon Bernard and Demathieu Bard Construction. The coastal highway, Route du Littoral, will connect Saint Denis with La Possession. It replaces the existing coastal road, which is exposed to falling rocks and flooding from swells and tropical storms.


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