Kuala Lumpur PIPE ROOF PROJECT

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is famous for the Petronas Twin  
Towers, which boasts a height of 451m. As the city continues to develop  
day by day, it is in an urgent need to further improve the  
transportation network. The KVMRT (Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit),  
which connects the east and west of the metropolitan area, is under  
construction.

The plan is to cross several aortas of the transportation network, and  
the pipe roof method with Unclemole Super has been adopted for the  
underground crossing of the Kuala Lumpur Seremban Expressway, and it is  
currently under excavation. Since it is a big project, we have daily  
inspections and safety inspections, and we are aiming for the early  
completion of the construction with a close attention.
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​Arrival Shaft
​Starting Shaft

CONSTRUCTION SUMMARY

Construction Site: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Pipe Type: Steel pipe
φ800mm×9m
Pipe Roof Length: 60m×23no.×2places
Total Length: 2760m
Soil Condition: Sandy Gravel
​Minimum earth cover depth: 4m
​Construction site
UNCLEMOLE SUPER

Outer diameter:812mm
Machine Length: 3020mm
Weight:3800kg
Crusher type: Cone crusher

MACHINE SPECIFICATION

​Unclemole Super
Overview of the PIPE ROOF Project
​Arrival Shaft
​Starting Shaft
Plan view of the construction site
9m steel pipe installation for jacking equipment
9m steel pipe jacking
​Cross section of the PIPE ROOF
​Installed Unclemole on the construction site
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Unclemole Super is about to start jacking
After the completion of a pipe jacking