The Hooka – steel beam lifter – Installs huge 30+ section I-Beam, steel portal frame structure in Woodford Green for Hillard Wright
The Hooka got called in to a huge 30+ section I-Beam, steel portal frame structure in Woodford Green for Hillard Wright. The job involved erecting steel columns and then assembling the complete second storey labyrinth of heavy RSJ I-beams 2.2 metres up in the air, on top of the steel uprights. The Hooka’s capacity to lift steel RSJ’s of up to 1.2 tonnes to a height of 3.4 metres got the job done smoothly, quickly and safely!
The Hooka’s ability to operate in tight spaces, and beneath a height of 2.1 metres, meant it could move around under the steel sections it had already erected. This enabled the machine to deliver and install the heavy steel beams right into the corners of the restricted access site. In total over 30 steel pieces were assembled in just two days of work time. Another portal steel frame completed and a further satisfied customer.
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Our specialist operators will take the stress and danger out of installing your steel beams with the Hooka.
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Key facts for safer Steel Beam Installations with the Hooka
- Lifts and carries steel beams from the roadside into the heart of any site!
- Safely lift and carry steel beams of up to 1.3 tonnes.
- The perfect machine for restricted access sites, the Hooka is only 1 metre wide!
- Tracked base ensures excellent stability and minimum ground damage.
- Designed and built in Great Britain.
With it’s specially designed Steel Beam installation attachment on the handler jib, the Hooka makes moving and installation of steel beams easier than ever before.
Below you will see examples of the Hooka quickly, efficiently and safely helping with the installation of steel beams up to 1.3 tonnes each.
Plus with it’s stable platform and long reach, the Hooka can place steel beams exactly where they are needed, unlike traditional hoist-up beam lifters.