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In the past tank construction was achieved by using conventional tricks or heavy lift cranes. The shell courses were erected in the sequence of bottom course first and by erecting other courses in that order. This method involved working at increasing heights. This method had other constraints like safety, and quality considerations.

However, with greater emphasis on safety at construction sites, and more stringent quality control, the above method of tank erection did not effectively meet present day requirements. This gave rise to an entirely new concept of erecting the tanks whereby the erection work was restricted close to ground level and the part completed tank was pushed up. The bottom course was erected last.

This method of construction is achieved by using a number of hydraulic jacks and a power source and is called the "JACKING - UP" method.       

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