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North-South Commuter Railway Extension Project 1569 Ton Pile Load Testing

Pile load testing hydraulic jack

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Project Introduction

The North-South Commuter Railway, also known as the Clark–Calamba Railway, is a 147-kilometer urban rail transit system under construction on the island of Luzon, Philippines, primarily in the Greater Manila Area. The project will utilize the Japanese railway system that uses energy-efficient and reliable trains. 

RIVERLAKE supplied a pile load testing system consisting of 2 units of 1000-ton hydraulic cylinders and 1 unit PLC-controlled electric hydraulic power unit. The system will perform pile load testing work up to 1569 tons in the NSCR Extension Project.

RIVERLAKE PLC controlled hydraulic jacking system is designed for pile load tests up to 2000 tons where the load is to be applied in different stages and displayed accurately in real-time. The plc pile load test jacking system provides 6 default tonnage options, user can preset the loading tonnage and holding period of time for each option. During pile load test operation, the whole process is run automatically, just select one of the preset tonnages and press the auto-run button. the hydraulic jack will raise to its full stroke, upon reaching the preset load, the jacking system will stop automatically and hold the pressure for the preset period of time. The PLC touch screen will display the real-time load and pressure accurately. After testing is complete at this stage, select a new tonnage for the next stage, change the holding time if necessary, then press autorun to repeat the whole process.

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