J D Neuhaus LP will be showing some of their air operated lifting and handling equipment, including specialist hoists for use with BOP products, at the following forthcoming trade shows and exhibitions:
IADC Well Control of the Americas
25th – 26th August 2011
USA – San Antonio, Texas
Booth # 9
Oil Sands Trade Show
13th – 14th September 2011
CANADA – Fort McMurray, Alberta
Booth # 3510 Hall C
Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS)
17th – 20th October 2011
CANADA - Toronto, Ontario
Booth # 3500
M & T trade fair for construction and mining equipment
10th – 13th August 2011
SOUTH AMERICA – Sao Paulo, Brazil
Booth name Air Service Industria e Comercio Ltda
The JDN Mini air operated hoists will be exhibited at most of the events. These highly versatile tools can be supplied in lift capacities from 275 to 2200 lbs, making them ideal for
Also on show at events in Canada will be selections from the JDN range of Profi air operated hoists. These can be supplied for lift capacities from 550 lbs up to an impressive 100 tons, with optional manual, reel chain or motorized trolleys also available for overhead rail mounting. These products are robust, fast and silent in operation with 100% duty ratings so eliminating unprofitable downtime.
Specialized Profi hoists for underwater operation can be supplied together with hoists for use in ‘cryogenic’ low temperature conditions.
Also at the event in Alberta, Canada a monorail hoist from the EH range will also be on show. These products have been purpose designed for BOP handling in oil and gas exploration operations. They are also low headroom units, which can be supplied for load capacities from 10 to 100 tons and can also be used in tandem for parallel, synchronized lifting operations.
All the J D Neuhaus handling products are designed for reliability with minimum maintenance requirements even in hazardous areas and potentially explosive environments. They have Ex ratings as standard with optional increased spark resistant packages also available. Hydraulic operation can also be accommodated where the power source is readily available.