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Collett adds Enerpac lifting system

Collett & Sons has acquired an Enerpac JS-125 multi-point lifting system.


The JS-125 has a lifting height between 6-20 m, with each tower capable of lifting up to 125 tonnes. Loads are raised using the sliding and stacking barrels that form the lifting towers.

By stacking the lifting barrels together to mechanically hold the load, each unit’s lifting and lowering operations occur simultaneously, maintaining the balance of the load, said Collett, which added that the JS-125 is ideal for more restricted operating environments.

Collett said: “The addition of the JS-125 to our already diverse heavy lift equipment provides our customers with an adaptive heavy lifting solution required to manoeuvre, position, extract and relocate a variety of cargoes, ideal for the power generation industry and oil and gas related installations.”

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