Jacking plate | Article about jacking plate by The Free Dictionary
A steel plate, atop a pile
during jacking operations, which is used to transmit the load of the jack to the pile.
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A fitting on a hydraulic hose connected to a hydraulic jack was sheared off after being improperly placed in a buckstay cradle, leading to the fitting being pinched between the cradle and the jacking plate
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