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Steel Beam Installation with the Hooka, Lift and carry Crawler Crane, lifting heavy steel beam into place
Construction - Steel Beam Installation with the Hooka
Safely Unloading Heavy Steel Beam from Lorry at Roadside with the Hooka, Lift and carry Crawler Crane
Steel Beam Installation using the Hooka - Picture 1
RSJ Steel Beam Installation with the Hooka, Lift and carry Crawler Crane, lifting heavy RSJ steel beam into place
I-Beam Installation with the Hooka, Lift and carry Crawler Crane, lifting heavy I-beam into place
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Safely and easily move heavy steel I-beams from road side to point of use prior to lift with our unique tracked steel I-beam trolley, for any ground conditions.

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Safely, easily and quickly lift and position heavy steel I-beams with the Hooka, the no manually handling, quicker alternative to other ways of lifting heavy steel I-beams.

Successful 11 Steel I-Beam Installation in Multi-Story Car Park, Gloucester

Interesting job this week for CJN Engineering installing an 11 multi-Ibeam structure in King’s Walk multi-storey car park in Gloucester. With very restricted headroom, the Hooka machine was hired for its compact size, combined lift and carry crawler crane/tracked forklift capabilities and proven 1.3 tonne lift and carry capacity for steel I-beams, was the perfect tool for the job!

Safe Installation of 300kg to 950kg Steel RSJ Beams on Site in Wokingham

K Design set the Hooka a 4 Steel RSJ I-Beam challenge. The steel RSJs ranged from 300kg to 950kg and had to be towed and carried 100 metres into the site through a restricted access without causing damage to the mature gardens. The Hooka’s lightweight and load spreading tracks allowed it to run on a 13mm plywood trackway to deliver the steel I-beams to the installation area.

The Hooka – 16 Steel I-Beam Frame Assembly Built in One Day!

The Hooka is the ideal steel I-beam lifter for quick, easy and safe steel I-beam installation. On this contract lift the Steel I-Beams had to be assembled in a specific order to construct the complete steel frame to make sure it was set square on its foundations. The Hooka’s ‘turn on the spot’ manoeuvrability allowed it to fit the upright steel columns and horizontal cross beams all from one central point.

Easy Installation of 450kg Steel I-Beam on Site With Restricted Access

The Hooka took ‘restricted access’ to the next level this week! The 450kg Steel I-Beam install had to go in through a 2.1 metre high x 1.1 metre wide access, up and down a series of ramps, and then ‘post’ the I-Beam onto it’s piers inside a ‘letterbox’ opening. This enabled the home owner to keep the rest of their house ‘intact’ until the extension is fully completed – so reducing the ‘extension build dust and chaos’ to a minimum! – Another satisfied customer of Lift, shift AND install!

More examples of the Hooka on hire safely and easily installing steel I-beams

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The Hooka British Design British Built

Key facts for safer Steel I-Beam Installations with the Hire of the Hooka.
The Ultimate Steel I-Beam Lifting Machine!

  • Lifts and carries steel I-beams from the roadside into the heart of any site!
  • Safely lift and carry steel I-beams of up to 1.3 tonnes using the specifically designed steel I-beam manipulation head.
  • 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.
  • Hire Ultimate Steel I-Beam Lifter! Contact Us

With it’s specially designed Steel I-Beam Manipulation Head attachment on the crane jib, the Hooka is the ideal steel I-beam lifter and makes moving and installation of steel I-beams easier than ever before. Contact us above to hire the ultimate steel I-beam lifter.

Below you will see examples of the Hooka quickly, efficiently and safely helping with the installation of steel I-beams up to 1.3 tonnes each.

Plus with it’s stable platform and long reach, the Hooka can place steel I-beams exactly where they are needed, unlike traditional hoist-up beam lifters.