Video: Mammoet executes decommissioning project at petrochemical plant
7 May 2018
When Mammoet was contracted to demolish four obsolete boilers at Shell’s Pernis Refinery in the Netherlands, safety was paramount.
Dating back to the 1960s, the boilers contained asbestos which needed to be contained. Working within the limited space of the live refinery, Mammoet used a four tower gantry system with strand jacks to lower each boiler and safely remove them section by section.
This approach saved significant time and minimized disruption to both the surrounding operations and neighboring plants.
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