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  • Maria Targońska

Unloading and Assembly of Silos in Racibórz

The Intricacies of Silos Unloading and Assembly in Racibórz: A Case Study


In the bustling industrial town of Racibórz, our team recently undertook a complex project that involved the unloading and assembly of two large silos designated for the storage of plastic granules. This case study details the meticulous process from preparation to the successful completion of the project, highlighting the specialized equipment and strategic planning involved.


Preparation and Planning


Prior to the arrival of the silos, our project management team engaged in rigorous planning. Understanding the intricacies of the task at hand, we meticulously mapped out each step of the unloading and assembly process. This foresight was crucial in navigating the challenges that lay ahead.


Equipment Utilization


The silos, transported as oversized loads, required careful handling. Our fleet of specialized machinery was at the forefront of this operation. We deployed a cherry picker, hydraulic cranes capable of lifting 50 and 25 tons, and an array of slings and hooks, each playing a pivotal role in the unloading phase.


Navigating Challenges


One of the primary challenges we faced was the limited space around the installation site. Precision was key in positioning the cranes, ensuring the safety of our team and the integrity of the silos during the unloading process. Once on the ground, the silos were expertly maneuvered into a vertical stance, ready for the next phase.


Assembly and Installation


The assembly process was no less challenging. The silos, towering at 16 meters, demanded the use of an articulated boom lift for the installation of platforms. Our team worked with agility and coordination, installing the ladder and connecting platform between the silos with efficiency and precision.


Project Success


The entire operation was executed over two working days, a testament to the skill and experience of our workforce. The client's satisfaction with the quality of our work and the provided equipment marked another successful chapter in our portfolio of silo assembly projects.


Machinery and Equipment


The assignment saw the deployment of:

  • An aerial work platform for high-altitude tasks.

  • A 50-ton hydraulic crane for heavy lifting.

  • A 25-ton hydraulic crane for additional lifting support.

  • Slings and hooks for secure attachment and maneuvering of silo components.

Conclusion


This project in Racibórz stands as a benchmark for our company in the field of silo unloading and assembly. Through strategic planning, the use of advanced machinery, and the expertise of our team, we were able to overcome spatial constraints and logistical complexities to deliver a project that not only met but exceeded client expectations.


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