Press-in Technology (Eco- friendly Piling Works), Construction Revolution and Disaster Recovery Technology

According to United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Tokyo reported about Silent Piler and its Piling Method. Giken manufactures a piling machine called Silent Piler and offers various construction technologies with the Press-in Method, worldwide. The Silent Piler™ characteristics, including but are not limited to, low noise, no vibration, and compactness, allow working in constrained areas, such as overwater, restricted headroom, and construction sites along with existing buildings.
One of the representative Press-in Methods, the Non-Staging Method, provides benefit to the total construction work as it allows the installation of piles without a temporary stage, and hence reduces the construction cost and period.

Press-in Principle

The Silent Piler grips the previously installed piles with the hydraulically operated Clamps. The next pile is then gripped by the Chuck at the press-in point and jacked into the ground with the static load generated by the hydraulic rams.
During the jacking, penetration resistance comprising of skin friction, toe resistance, and interlock resistance occur. It has the effect to convert a press-in force to a reactive lifting force but it is a greater force, provided by the extraction resistance of the reaction piles that resist this. Consequently, the down-stroke force acts on the pile to penetrate the ground.

Fig. 1 Press-in Principle
Major Features and Advantages
  1. The press-in Method will not generate environmental pollution from construction such as noise and vibration.
  2. Silent Piler is so light and compact that the extent of the piling activities can be minimized.
  3. Pre-fabricated piles produced at the plant are pressed-in directly, so high-quality completed piles can be built with peace of mind.
  4. Multiple sets of compact machines and apparatuses can be used at the same time to greatly shorten the construction period.
  5. Speedy piling progress is available because there are the least limits in working hours even at highly restricted areas and night works.
  6. All machines are so compact that it is not necessary to completely close active traffics.
  7. The performance of piles can be checked and controlled during the construction, allowing high-quality completed piles to be built
Fig. 2 Comparison between Conventional Method
Fig. 3 Comparison between Implant Structure and Gravity Structure
Fig. 4 GRB Non-Staging Method
Fig. 5 Overhead Clearance Method
Fig. 6 Zero Clearance Method
Fig. 7 Hard Ground Press-in Method
Fig. 8 Gyropress Method
Applications:

【Disaster Risk Reduction and Restoration】
・Design and Construction of Resilient Implant Wall.
・Resilient River Revetment and Seawall.
・Disaster-prevention Levee against Earthquakes and Tsunamis.
・Disaster-prevention Berth by Pre-loaded Cantilevered Quay Wall.
・Seismic Isolation Technology against Liquefaction.
・Seismic Reinforcement on Road, Railways, and Bridge.
・Restraining Wall for Landslide Prevention.

Fig. 9 Construction of Seawall
Fig. 10 Construction of highway and seawall
Fig. 11 Protection form natural disaster

We, Mayon Machinery are the Giken specialist in silent piling technology in the Philippines. Whenever you have piling projects, our knowledgeable team will help you to choose the optimal sheet piling method.


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MAYON MACHINERY RENTRADE, INC – SALES & RENTAL

Tel: +63 (2) 776 0254

Mobile: +63 917-823-7552/ +63 919-074-7801

Email: info@mayonmachinery.com/ sales@mayonmachinery.com

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Clearing of the site for glass installation at Clark International Airport (CIA) with Manitou MRT 1840 Easy 400°

Clark International Airport (CIA) previously known as Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), is located in the Mabalacat – Angeles area of Pampanga province in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines makes it the most suitable airport for travelers wanting to avoid Manila’s busy streets. 

Mayon Machinery executed this project excellently by providing machines to support the clearing of the site for glass installation.

MACHINES ADAPTED TO THE CONSTRAINTS OF GLASS SERVICE

Glass installation requires the use of professional machines capable of lifting heavy loads with precision and safety. Manitou has developed a range of telescopic handlers and aerial work platforms that will be a valuable aid for all your work, whatever the conditions of accessibility and the height of the building. Our MRT rotating telehandlers are particularly versatile and can be used in the extendable platform, crane–hook jib, and tilting fork carriage equipped with forks. It allows you to place your sheets and secure them without having to move the position of your machine.

The Manitou MRT 1840 Easy 400° has a maximum capacity of 4000 kg, a maximum lifting height of 17.9 m, and a maximum forward reaches of 15.1 m. On stabilizers, it can lift 2700 kg to its maximum height and pick up 400 kg at maximum forward reach.

Manitou MRT 1840 includes these standard features: front and rear stabilizers with variable positions to accommodate job site obstacles, automatic stabilizer leveling, 400° continuous turret rotation, E-RECO attachment-recognition system, a control system that adjusts capacities and work zones based on stabilizer position, enclosed cab with air conditioning, a hydraulic speed control that lets the operator slow down the speed of operation for precise control, a Forward-Neutral-Reverse travel selector switch on the right-hand joystick, a 177.8 mm color display, work and road lights, sunscreens for the roof and windshield, and a single wireless remote control for boom and work-platform operation.

It also features turbocharged diesel engines that provide plenty of power and but still significantly reduce fuel consumption by automatically matching power output to the machine’s operational needs. The MRT 1840 Easy 400° has a 101 hp. Tier 4 Interim-compliant Perkins diesel engine. A two-speed hydrostatic transmission, four-wheel drive, and oscillating rear axles come standard on the model.

The spacious, ergonomic cab is equipped with two electro-hydraulic joysticks that control boom extension, turret swing, accessories, load lifting, and fork tilting. The two joysticks allow simultaneous control of all machine movements. The armrests, steering wheel, and seat are fully adjustable, and an optional seat on the Privilege Plus models reclines up to 13° for operator comfort when working at high boom angles.

All machine information is available on an alphanumeric LCD control display that monitors axle alignment, steering mode, load levels, working zone limits, stabilizer mode, and more. Speed memory lets an operator tailor the machine’s performance to specific applications by storing maximum movement speeds for boom lifting, boom extension, fork tilt, turret rotation, and auxiliary hydraulic functions.

Simple and powerful, an essential asset to have at your side!

Our solutions are well adapted to the various constraints experienced in your activities and meet the specific needs of the sector with unequaled performance on the market. Mayon Machinery is the best company for rental and sales telescopic handlers you will ever need in the Philippines. We pride ourselves on our attentive and responsive customer service, and our partnerships mean everything to us.


For more details, please contact:

MAYON MACHINERY RENTRADE, INC – SALES & RENTAL

Tel: +63 (2) 776 0254

Mobile: +63 917-823-7552/ +63 919-074-7801

Email: info@mayonmachinery.com/ sales@mayonmachinery.com

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Extraction of Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) parts in La Mesa Watershed Payatas, Quezon City by 180 tons Crawler Crane

The Philippines is rich in raw water resources, which is composed of 421 major river basins in 119 proclaimed watersheds. Together with 61 major lakes, these accumulate runoffs from rains averaging 2,400 millimeters annually. The country’s groundwater reservoirs are estimated to cover about 50,000 square kilometers, while its reliable surface water supply is estimated at 833 million cubic meters per day.

However, the imminent threat of climate change and the increase in demand and competing use for water contribute to the pressing need for efficient management of the resource. To secure the backup capability of the water supply system and in order to meet increased demands, First Balfour, together with its joint venture partners CMC di Ravenna of Italy and Chun Wo Construction & Engineering of Hong Kong, entered into a contract with Manila Water Company, Inc (Manila Water) to design and construct the PhP 5.3 billion Novaliches-Balara Aqueduct 4 (NBAQ4) project.

the TBM exit shaft at La Mesa, where the intake tower will be built.

The NBAQ4 project is one of the largest water supply infrastructure projects ever undertaken by Manila Water, entails the construction of a fourth aqueduct from the La Mesa Reservoir to the Balara Treatment Plants (BTP) 1 and 2 to improve the reliability and security of the raw water transmission system – the first time in the Philippines a Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) will be used in an urban setting and to build the aqueduct.

Mayon Machinery has done its duty to lift TBM parts and lift people in La Mesa Watershed Payatas, Quezon City.

180t crawler crane – extraction of tunnel boring machine parts
180t crawler crane extraction of tunnel boring machine parts
Lifting people to work inside TBM

For more details, please contact:

MAYON MACHINERY RENTRADE, INC – SALES & RENTAL

Tel: +63 (2) 776 0254

Mobile: +63 917-823-7552/ +63 919-074-7801

Email: info@mayonmachinery.com/ sales@mayonmachinery.com

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200tons All Terrain Crane For Rent At Coal-Fired Power Plant In Calaca, Batangas

There are 28 coal-fired power plants currently operating throughout the Philippines, with a total installed capacity of 9.88 gigawatts. South Luzon Thermal Energy Corporation (SLTEC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AC Energy Corporation (ACEN) that owns and operates a 244MW coal-fired power plant in Calaca, Batangas, bringing additional power supply to the Luzon grid.

Coal-Fired Power Plant in Calaca, Batangas

Lifting of air preheater for SLTEC in Calaca, Batangas by using Mayon Machinery’s Kato KA-2000 200tons All Terrain Crane:

Kato KA-2000 200tons All Terrain Crane
Coal-Fired Power Plant In Calaca, Batangas

200tons All Terrain Crane Kato KA-2000 for rent with lifting capacity up to 200t is perfect to use at large projects highly adaptable for a variety of situations such as the installation of oil and gas pipelines, the erection of wind turbines, the lifting of heavy pre-cast concrete building segments and other construction and heavy haulage applications. Its wheel tires system provides superior off-road mobility around workplaces and is even able to be driven on the asphalt roads and highways compared with crawler cranes.

General specifications of All Terrain Crane Kato KA – 2000:

No need to worry about your heavy lifting activities, you can rely on Mayon. We offer various heavy equipment for rentals that will surely suit your lifting needs safely and properly with trained and certified operators.


For more details, please contact:

MAYON MACHINERY RENTRADE, INC – SALES & RENTAL

Tel: +63 (2) 776 0254

Mobile: +63 917-823-7552/ +63 919-074-7801

Email: info@mayonmachinery.com/ sales@mayonmachinery.com

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What’s The Trend of the Philippines Heavy Equipment Rental Industry?

The trend of renting instead of purchasing heavy machinery has proven to be beneficial for companies of all sizes across numerous industries, less administrative overhead along with reduced expense and maintenance anticipated to drive the Philippines heavy equipment rental industry during Covid-19.

To what extent is the Covid-19-induced recession impacting rental industry in the Philippines?

The coronavirus pandemic has led to an immediate drop in purchasing spending from the aviation industry, industrial, construction, transportation & government project spending. They have to deal with the budgetary needs while their business to a halt for lost demand (or purchasing power) by the onslaught of the pandemic. The rental rates of the Philippine rental equipment market have down slightly in 2020-2021. At the same time, however, the disruption of the pandemic is giving rise to new opportunities, and the rental market has the chance to establish a firstmover advantage as the customers rent the equipment instead of purchasing new one more than ever before.

The rental equipment market can be segmented on the basis of type (Party and Event equipment, General Tools & Construction and Industrial Equipment) and industry (Oil & Gas Industry, Construction Industry, Mining Industry & Power Industry). The construction and Industrial rental equipment market can be further segmented on the basis of type (Earthmoving Machinery, Material Handling Machinery, MEWP (Mobile Elevated Work Platform) and Concrete Road Construction).

Let’s take a look with us at Rental’s role through three of the most significant advantages:

Rental Advantage #1 – Cash Flow Management 

One of rental’s biggest impacts is flexibility in managing cash flow. Payments on a purchased machine must be made whether the machine is being used or not. If available jobs shift and the machine is no longer needed, it can quickly become a troubling liability. When the backlog is uncertain, rental eliminates the capital investment required for a purchase and contractors can return unneeded machines if jobs change.

Rental Advantage #2 – Nimble Equipment Fleet 

Speaking of jobs changing, that same flexibility allows for quick restructuring of an equipment fleet. Part of the creative adaptation to uncertainty means contractors may look to take on different types of jobs, ones they may not have historically pursued. Often, this may mean acquiring equipment not typically found in the fleet. By augmenting a fleet with rental machines, equipment can be swapped and added quickly while tying up less cash than in an entirely owned fleet.

Rental Advantage #3 – Renting to Own 

Even amid uncertainty, thinking strategically means looking beyond just today. With many rental providers offering rent-to-purchase options, contractors can manage through short-term uncertainty while still adhering to a long-term plan. If the odds are likely that a rented machine will be purchased later, terms and pricing can be built into the rental agreement, allowing customers to invest in the eventual purchase while renting the machine.

Having been in the Philippines rental market for over 7 years and experience from the large mother company in Japan for more than 60 years, Mayon Machinery has made a commitment to deliver the highest quality of equipment and the best service to ensure your complete satisfaction.

Have you got a short-term/long-term equipment rental need now? Consult us today! We will be glad to serve you.


MAYON MACHINERY RENTRADE, INC – SALES & RENTAL

Head Office: 3rd Floor P & J Building, Lot 32, Blk. 69 M. Roxas Street, Corner Bayani Road AFPOVAI Phase 4, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City

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