Enerpac completes load testing of its JS-260 jack-up for Lastro Heavylift

Enerpac completes load testing of its JS-260 jack-up for Lastro Heavylift

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The Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of an Enerpac JS-250, which was equipped with a bracing kit for the German heavy lift company, LASTRO Heavylift, has been completed at Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology in The Netherlands. During the FAT, the JS-250 Jack-up was able to lift a 660 metric ton load to a height of 15 meters.

The Enerpac JS-250 system, comprising four towers, can lift loads up to 1,400 tonne to 5 metres and 1,000 tonne to 10 metres. The bracing kit includes four specially designed mid barrels, four adjustable braces and eight diagonal tension bars. The mid barrels are added to the tower and the braces and tension bars fitted at ground level. The jack-up bracing arrangement is then raised synchronously as more barrels are added to the tower. The bracing system is especially useful when side loads are expected, for example, when deploying the JS-250 Jack-up system on self-propelled modular transporters (SPMTs) during bridge construction.

In addition to the JS-250 Jack-up, Lastro has invested in the enlargement and modernisation of its already huge equipment fleet with 200 tonne and 70 tonne Enerpac strand jacks, as well as a complete Enerpac SCJ-Series 100 cube system.

“With larger and heavier loads in often space restricted areas, the compactness of the Enerpac systems will allow us to offer an effective lifting solution that is quick to implement,” said Katja Marmann, CEO, LASTRO Heavylift GmbH. “The Jack-up and Cube Jack systems are highly capable lifting systems for many projects where it’s not possible to use traditional cranes, especially inside factory and production buildings.”

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Enerpac completes load testing of its JS-260 jack-up for Lastro Heavylift

Enerpac completes load testing of its JS-260 jack-up for Lastro Heavylift

Photo Enerpac

The Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of an Enerpac JS-250, which was equipped with a bracing kit for the German heavy lift company, LASTRO Heavylift, has been completed at Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology in The Netherlands. During the FAT, the JS-250 Jack-up was able to lift a 660 metric ton load to a height of 15 meters.

The Enerpac JS-250 system, comprising four towers, can lift loads up to 1,400 tonne to 5 metres and 1,000 tonne to 10 metres. The bracing kit includes four specially designed mid barrels, four adjustable braces and eight diagonal tension bars. The mid barrels are added to the tower and the braces and tension bars fitted at ground level. The jack-up bracing arrangement is then raised synchronously as more barrels are added to the tower. The bracing system is especially useful when side loads are expected, for example, when deploying the JS-250 Jack-up system on self-propelled modular transporters (SPMTs) during bridge construction.

In addition to the JS-250 Jack-up, Lastro has invested in the enlargement and modernisation of its already huge equipment fleet with 200 tonne and 70 tonne Enerpac strand jacks, as well as a complete Enerpac SCJ-Series 100 cube system.

“With larger and heavier loads in often space restricted areas, the compactness of the Enerpac systems will allow us to offer an effective lifting solution that is quick to implement,” said Katja Marmann, CEO, LASTRO Heavylift GmbH. “The Jack-up and Cube Jack systems are highly capable lifting systems for many projects where it’s not possible to use traditional cranes, especially inside factory and production buildings.”

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