Engineered Line Lifting
Uniquely Enabling On-Stream Touchpoint Access
A proven global solution for on-stream pipe inspection and remediation programs.
Ovolifts has a unique and patented technology developed in conjunction with the petro-chemical industry for providing safe access to multiple pipe touchpoints in live environments.
Recent Project Achievements
Touchpoint Corrosion Project in Seadrift, TX
Rope access inspectors utilized Ovolifts pipe rack jacks to access a 4” line for direct assessment inspections at pipe supports for touchpoint corrosion.
Deploying Ovolifts technology over the two month project eliminated the need for scaffolding and cranes, saving the end-client over $500,000.
Assuring Asset Integrity
Our pipe lifting systems enable inspection and corrosion prevention maintenance on multiple pipe touchpoints whilst the lines are on-stream and averts costly plant shutdowns or extended turnarounds.
Lifting is done remotely using hydraulic allowing personnel stand at a safe distance.
Lift Multiple Pipes
Lift any number of lines on a pipe rack in a single lifting operation.
Lift From The Supports
No clearance is required beneath the supports, replacing traditional pipe rack jacks.
Eliminates suspended loads by positively restricting the jacks stroke.
Lift multiple lines on a pipe rack and gain access to multiple pipe touchpoints.
Plant safety is improved by eliminating hazards and implementing safety measures.
Cranes are costly, have a large operating footprint and introduce safety hazards.
Our pipe jacks are proven safe to use on pipes which are in-service.
Ovolifts' unique and patented technology allows access to multiple work areas whilst the equipment is on-stream, giving plant engineers and contractors critical information on pipe condition and access to perform maintenance.
Why is this so valuable? Because it enables a plant to advance their pipe and cable rack maintenance programs from reactive to planned footings.
Reactive maintenance pushes aside planned maintenance and often results in emergency work outside of plant turnarounds. It is also costlier because emergency repairs are difficult to diagnose, budget and execute, whereas planned maintenance tasks are less work intensive.