Abrams’ Help Needed to Lift Propane Tank From Lowboy Trailer
Abrams’ received a call from their good friends at Ross’ Services to assist in lifting a propane tank off of a lowboy trailer. The damaged propane tank had made the 140 km journey from London, Ontario, in order to undergo much needed repairs at a tank repair facility in Milton, Ontario. Ross Towing knew that lifting the propane tank from the lowboy would need more than one rotator. That’s where Abrams comes into the picture. Instead of having to drive two heavy wreckers 140 km out of your service area, why not call on someone who already has an incredible heavy towing fleet in Milton?
Ross brought their 75 ton rotator to Milton and requested that Abrams bring their 50 ton rotator. These types of jobs take an immense amount of skill and precision. You wouldn’t want to be around if a strap got loose and a propane tank suddenly went crashing to the ground! With the propane tank properly rigged up with straps and chains, it was time for the heavy towing operators to do the heavy lifting.
Working in unison, both rotator operators slowly lifted the propane tank into the air. Once they had a safe clearance, the lowboy trailer was moved forwards and out from underneath the propane tank. With the lowboy trailer out of the way, the two rotators gently deposited the propane tank on the ground.
Abrams is always happy to lend a helping hand when our neighbors need it! Great job out there to both the Abrams and Ross teams!
Details of Abrams’ Help Needed to Lift Propane Tank From Lowboy Trailer
A propane tank needed to be lifted from a lowboy trailer in Milton, Ontario. The lowboy trailer was driven from London, Ontario. The owner of Abrams has many partners in the heavy duty towing industry. One of these partners called him and requested his help with a lowboy trailer job. A heavy duty towing team was dispatched to the lowboy trailer in Milton.
The heavy duty towing team brought a 50 ton rotator to the lowboy trailer job as there was already a 75 ton rotator on site. The lowboy trailer towing team had rigged up chains and straps to the back of the propane tank. The lowboy trailer towing team had rigged up chains and straps to the front of the propane tank.
Both teams positioned their wreckers next to the lowboy trailer. The Abrams team hooked up to the straps at the front of the propane tank while the Ross team handled the back end of the propane tank. The rotators slowly lifted the damaged propane tank from the top of the lowboy trailer. The lowboy trailer was able to carefully drive out from underneath the propane tank. Once the lowboy trailer was completely out from underneath the damaged propane tank, the rotator operators were able to lower the propane tank onto the ground.