jacking frame

1. n. [Well Workover and Intervention]
A support structure used to stabilize the injector head and pressure-control equipment on some offshore, or special onshore, coiled tubing units. The jacking frame is hydraulically controlled to enable the injector head to be located at a safe and secure working height. Additional features, such as the ability to skid the injector head to the side for access to the wellbore are included in some of the more complex designs of jacking frame.