Fagioli India powers ahead

By Ian Vallely19 February 2016

Fagioli India lifted this generator stator weighing 321 tonnes in Rajasthan

Fagioli India lifted this generator stator weighing 321 tonnes in Rajasthan

Fagioli India has installed heavy items for the power industry in Rajasthan and West Bengal.

The first job was a generator stator weighing 321 tonnes in Rajasthan. The Fagioli India team lifted the stator to a height of 17 metres by means of strand jacking and a tower lift system. Once in position the heavy item was skidded for 27 m using an EZ gantry self-propelled system before being placed into its final position. It took around five hours to perform the whole operation.

In West Bengal Fagioli India lifted and installed a boiler drum weighing 90 tonnes at an elevation of 48 m using strand jacks. The operation was accomplished in three-and-a-half hours.

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