Specialty Equipment

We Can Build, Design, and Test Specialized Lifting and Transport Equipment to Meet the Needs of Your Project

Our work typically presents us with many challenges. We can tackle these challenges through our creative engineering and extensive fabrication capabilities. Quality is assured through many methods including finite element analysis, computer modeling and analysis, non-destructive testing, proof loading, and pull-testing.

Examples of our solutions to tough project challenges include:

  • River levee crossing bridge (capacity >1,000 tons)
  • Bridge jumpers through 100’ span
  • Hydraulic jacking, skidding, and gantry systems
  • Lift towers and strand jacks
  • Low-profile, inverted saddle systems (for minimizing transport height)
  • Hydraulic adjustable spreader bars and lift beams

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Specialized Fabrication Capabilities

Projects

Deep South Crane Rigging Services

Coker Derrick Structure Installation

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Coker Derrick Structure Installation

Deep South hoisted and set the four sections of the coker derrick structure, the heaviest of which weighed 256 tons, and two 450-ton coke drums at a Midwest Refinery using our 2,500-ton VersaCrane TC-36000 and our 275-ton Demag CC-1400.

Vessel Heavy Haul

37 Vessel Heavy Haul

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37 Vessel Heavy Haul

As part of an expansion project in the Southwest, Deep South received, barged, and transported 37 vessels to complete this project.

heavy transporter

Bridge Limits: Deep South Facilitates Complex Multi-Stages Delivery of Million Pound Converter

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Bridge Limits: Deep South Facilitates Complex Multi-Stages Delivery of Million Pound Converter

In preparation for a capacity expansion project, Deep South transported a 939,327-pound ammonia converter shell from the manufacturer to its plant in Donaldsonville, La.  The trek required moving the system about 135 miles by water to a barge unloading site and 30 miles over the road.

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