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Jacking Pipes - 12 Pages

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Precast Concrete Solutions. tunnels & shafts jacking pipes

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FP McCann is the UK’s market leader in the manufacture, supply and delivery of precast concrete solutions. Our comprehensive precast concrete business extends to include: Drainage and Water Management Solutions Tunnel and Shaft Solutions Rail, Power and Infrastructure Solutions Walling Solutions Fencing Solutions Rooms and Building Solutions Agricultural Solutions Flooring Solutions Specialist Precast Solutions Modern manufacturing plants at Alnwick (Northumberland), Cadeby (Warwickshire), Ellistown (Leicestershire), Grantham (Lincolnshire), Knockloughrim (Northern Ireland), Littleport (Cambridgeshire),...

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jacking pipes Technical helpline 01455 290780 fpmccann.co.uk/jacking-pipes FP McCann provides an extensive range of concrete pipes and fittings. They are manufactured in accordance with BSEN 1916 and BS 5911-1 All products are manufactured from high quality raw materials and are and certified by Quality Assessment under the Kitemark Scheme and sulphate resistant. FP McCann jacking pipes enable pipe installation where the opening of Features of FP McCann jacking products include trenches is neither practical nor cost effective. self-lubricating joint gasket built-in handling system with an extensive...

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questions and answers on jacking pipes Q. What is pipe jacking? A. Pipe jacking is a technique for the installation of underground pipes, ducts and culverts with minimal environmental disruption. Jacking pipes can also act as conduits for other utilities like gas, electricity and telecommunications. Q. How does it work? A. Tunnelling excavation, by machine or by hand, takes place between two shafts or caissons whilst specially designed pipes are pushed through the ground by powerful jacks. Q. Why is pipe jacking used? A. Primarily to install water and sewerage systems where the opening of trenches...

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steel collar joint jacking pipes Technical helpline 01455 290780 fpmccann.co.uk/jacking-pipes LAMELL GASKET STEEL COLLAR HYDROPHILIC SEAL Bore Diameter Wall Thickness A B DN* mm mm mm (Lead pipe only) F Packer Size Proof Load mm Width mm Thickness mm kN/m Alternative Length of Pipes (Maximum length 2.5m) Alternative length of pipes in some of the sizes shown above can be manufactured to order. FP McCann is always interested in adding to the above range, and would be pleased to discuss the supply of any sizes not shown. * Nominal size as given by Table 6 BS 5911-1. # These items are not covered...

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jacking pipes Lead Pipes Lead pipes are located at the front of the drive. It is standard practice to fit a steel shield over the lead pipe in every hand dug drive providing protection to miners and facilitating steering. Machine dug drives do not usually require a lead pipe as the contractor can adapt the machine to fit over a standard pipe spigot. Special characteristics • A flat end instead of a spigot - 600mm long by 20mm deep rebate. • Joint gaskets are not supplied as standard with lead. Trail Pipe Packer Packer Thrust Rings/ Lead Pipe Grout Sockets or Lubrication Holes Designed to reduce...

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IwltW jacking fpmccann pipes Available on pipes from DN 900 to DN 2400 To assist the contractor in adopting a safe working method for lowering heavy pipes into deep, confined spaces, all FP McCann standard jack- ing pipes from DN 900 are supplied with the Easi-lift system. Galvanized lifting anchors are cast into the pipe wall and couple with certified lifting shackles and chains to provide a safe, speedy and accurate system of off-loading, stacking and placing. Anchors are positioned below the outside diameter of the pipe to avoid any potential to snag or plough. Safe - Easi-lift ensures a positive...

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jacking pipe Handling and Jointing - General FP McCann jacking pipes are robust and should arrive on site in good condition.Care in handling is simply a matter of common sense. Do take extra care with the joints. • Lifting appliances should be capable of smooth hoisting, lowering and travelling with the heaviest pipe and must satisfy the required safety regulations. Easi-Lift Handling System This is the simplest, safest and most efficient way of handling FP Mc- Cann jacking pipes, DN 900 and above. Place the lifting eyes over the cast-in anchors and rotate ensuring the lugs on each eye are pointing towards...

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IwltW jacking fpmccann pipes • all preparatory work will have been completed before the installation of the interjack, ie. drilling and fixing of brackets, fixing of segmented thrust rings and hydraulics. • the jacks are securely restrained so they will not become mis The hydraulic jacks must be positioned so that their centre line is the same as that of the pipe wall. All thrust rings should be of adequate stiffness to prevent joint loading. PACKER PACKER Typical position of jacks relative to pipe wall Assembling a Fixed Can Interjack 1. When installing the lead pipe into the drive a suitable...

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jacking loads IVlW jacking fpmccann pipes FP McCann jacking pipes are designed to meet the requirements of British Standard 5911 Part 1 and European Standard BSEN 1916. The Maximum Jacking Force (Fjmax *) which can be applied to a pipe is determined by the pipe strength, the configuration of the thrust ring and the tunnel alignment i.e. the angular deflection between pipes. The maximum load decreases as angular deflections occur during jacking. Should deflection exceed that which can be accommodated by the packer, the maximum load decreases significantly. The figures below are for guidance only....

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microtunneling and jacking pipes checklist ORDER & DELIVERY DETAILS Customers Name: Contract Name: Delivery Address: _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Site Contact: Site Telephone: Delivery Requirements/Restrictions: Main Pipe Details Nominal ID: _____________________________ Joint Type: Steel Collar/ _______________________ Outside Diameter: _______________________ Pipe Length: ________________________________...

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