Following on from the first instalment of this feature, we continue to reflect on some of our own work in various contexts time-lapsing complex machine manoeuvres.
Work that is extensive in size, duration, or reputation is often the subject for professional time-lapse capture. But how can time-lapse be applied to document ‘big’ projects?
We revisit a number of epic projects in our archives to illustrate how time-lapse can be applied to provide a visual narrative of incredibly complex, heavy-duty works.
This week’s Friday Feature. Weighing in at 450-tonnes, Essar replaced the Regenerator Head at their Stanlow Refinery back in 2013. This incredible feat of engineering only occurs once every 25 years and we were on hand to help them document it.
Following on from the Our Work series, we take a look at how Time-Lapse Systems produce more than just time-lapse videos.
From rapid interval capture to video interviews, we know how to get the best out of your project.
Work at Trafford Park site monitored for United Utilities
PART of the £90 million Manchester Ship Canal clean up operation is being captured by a bespoke time-lapse camera system, the latest in a number of projects we have worked on for clients in the utilities industries…
We recently worked for Essar at their Stanlow Refinery to capture a truly epic project, involving the replacement of a huge Regenerator Head, as part of a £25 million refurbishment project.
The 450-tonne head for Stanlow’s flagship residue fluidised catalytic cracking unit is the largest of its kind in Europe. The ‘cracker’ head, which is vital to Stanlow’s production of three billion liters of petrol per annum, will give the refinery unit another 25 years of life…