This is a picture of the floor that the MRI sits on. The floor is a large concrete pad suspended in the air with air bags. It it so precise that just the weight of one person on it and you could hear the air bags working. In order for the MRI to be brought out and the new one in we used 2-20 ton railroad jacks so that the floor would remain at the height that it was at.
Laying wood out to level up with the floor in the building.
1 inch plate used and extended into the building.
A look under the MRI loaded on our skates.
Jacking the MRI
Pulling the MRI out of the building with our grip hoist.
Out with the old and in with the new.
Rigging the old MRI to be hauled away.
Using our fork truck to unload MRI out of box trailer.
Placing the new one on our 1 inch plate to slide into the building.