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| TRAINER’S NOTEBOOK |


HYDRA-SLIDE Empowers Customers Through Training


Track skidding systems as well as the Canadian manufacturer’s specialized hydraulic power systems.


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n an age of technology-driven communication and internet-based learning, Hydra-Slide Ltd. Is taking training back to first principles, offering hands-on instruction on every piece of equipment they design and manufacture. At the forefront of Hydra-Slide’s training program are their Low Profile and Heavy


Hydra-Slide skidding systems have proven to be one of the most cost-effective and safe methods for moving all types of heavy loads. Te heartbeat of these skidding systems is the company’s conventional and synchronous hydraulic power units. Te Hydra-Pac Synchronous 10,000 psi hydraulic power units provide synchronized control of multiple hydraulic cylinders, suitable for operation of all Hydra-Slide skidding systems, turntables, climbing jacks and most other double-acting jacking applications. Robert Young, director of operations and lead trainer at Hydra-Slide, explained that the Hydra-Pac Synchronous power units are often a focal point of


On-site in Oregon with the Bonneville Power rigging crew, the HT1000 Tri-Rail Skidding system is set up for a test move of a 671-ton fully dressed transformer. In the event of a transformer failure, the crew can quickly change out the failed transformer with an onsite spare using their Hydra-Slide equipment, saving time and mobilization costs.


training sessions because of their unique operation, which is different than other unified jacking systems. Tese units, available in diesel, propane or electric models, offer synchronized control of multiple lifting points, so multiple cylinders can be safely extended or retracted completely in unison even under different loading conditions.


He said: “Te important point to make to training participants is that they should not try to achieve equal pressures. Each circuit will not necessarily have the same pressure with our systems; an offset center of gravity will result in one side being heavier, thus, will show higher pressures.


At the forefront of Hydra-Slide’s training program is content about the power systems.


14 DECEMBER – JANUARY 2018 INDUSTRIAL LIFTING EXCHANGE


Sin Chew Woodpaq Pte Ltd., of Singapore, was a recent recipient of training, having taken delivery of a HT500 heavy track skid system, heavy load turntable and synchronous power unit. Sin Chew Woodpaq’s Hao Teng said: “We have received training on the


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