What is an IP-CCV?
IP-CCV (Individual Pushing Caisson Carrier Vehicle) is a vehicle developed to help carry and support constructing heavy structures and buildings in production yards. It moves by its own designated transfer steel track where each IP-CCV can carry up to 250 tons.
While the original purpose of the IP-CCV was to move large concrete caisson weighing up to 7000 tons, it can be utilized in several other ways by combining it with different configurations for heavy loads; bridge sections for example. It’s a versatile solution providing an easy and efficient way to construct large structures.
We’ve assisted in numerous projects throughout the years, helping create large structures at scale and tomorrow’s industry spaces. Contact us today for more information about our IP-CCV solution or read our IP-CCV machine manual.
The Bygging-Uddemann IP-CCV
We offer one of the most innovative and modern IP-CCV solutions available on the market. Since the last 22 years, we at Bygging-Uddeman have developed and continued to develop a full production line for caisson production; transfer of base slab to slipform station, slipform system for erection of caisson walls, transfer of caisson to curing step and finally transfer floating dock of cured caisson. During this time, we’ve continued to improve and innovate our Individual Pushing Caisson Carrier Vehicle to provide our customers with the world’s best IP-CCV solution.
How does it work?
The Bygging-Uddemann IP-CCV is capable of both lifting and pushing heavy construction goods and materials in a secure and efficient manner.
The lifting capabilities of an IP-CCV is provided by using two hydraulic lifting jacks that lie on a base plate of a sliding foot. Each jack has a capacity of 125 tons. They communicate in a common hydraulic system for load equalization. Each jack has a ball and sock on top to allow for slight angle deviations from an uneven underside of a load. On top of each jack there’s also an inverted pyramid to reduce the pressure on the bottom of the lifted object.
The twin-cylinder pushing jack has a grip head with wedge shaped grip jaws that’s gripping the side of the sliding steel track. The jack itself pushes the IP-CCV forward with 500 mm strokes. The total capacity of its pushing functionality is 25 tons.
The average speed for caisson transfer is estimated to be 12 mph, with a maximum of 25 mph. For other applications other than caisson transfer, the speed is dependent on the pump capacity (litre/minute) and the number of IP-CCV units being used.
Features and specifications
- Length: 1215mm (with an additional 500 mm at a full stroke)
- Height: 595 mm with the pyramid (with an additional 5 mm when unloaded and 150 mm at a full stroke)
- Width: 630 mm
- Weight: 830 kg
Learn more about Bygging-Uddemanns IP-CCV
Build tomorrow’s industry spaces together with Bygging-Uddemann. Contact us to find out more about our Individual Pushing Caisson Carrier Vehicle, and how we can support your business.
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