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Tower Crane TC6024 Description:

1.CMAX Tower Crane TC6024  is one of the main product of CNBM company, which have competitive price and excellent quality, suitable for all kinds of construction project and can work under all kinds of work condition.

2. Tower Crane TC6024  can adopts standard section hydraulic lifting and connecting, and can decide the crane height according to the actual height of the building, and at the same time the lifting capacity will not be affected.

3. Tower Crane TC6024has high working speed, good speed-adjusting performance, steady operation and high efficiency. Three-speed motor and mono-speed ratio decelerator are applied in the lifting struction, which enables heavy load low speed and light load high speed.

4.Tower Crane TC6024  has complete set of safety devices, which can guarantee the safe and high efficienct operation of the equipment. The machine is equipped with lifting height limiter, dolly range-change limiter, moment limiter,weightlimiter,circumgyrating limiter,and so on. 

5.Tower Crane TC6024  has scientific layout and beautiful appearance. The operator's room is set independently on one side, with good vision field. It creates a good working environment for the operato.


Tower Crane TC6024  Parameter:

 Max. working range 60m, tip lifting weight 2.4T and Max. lifting weight 10T.

Hoisting mechanism fitted with three speed motor, stable braking and less shock when shifting.

Trolleying mechanism can provide two operation speeds.

Free standing height (m) 50.5

Max height with attachment (m) 200

Working range can be adjusted (m) 48、54、60

Min working range (m) 2.5

Max lifting capacity (t) 10

Tip load @ 50m (t) 2.4


Tower Crane TC6024  Packaging & Delivery:

40HQ container

20~25days after deposit


Tower Crane TC024 Diagram:

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Tower Crane TC6024 Technical Sheet:

Crane TC6024 Construction Equipment Building Machineruy Wholesaler Sales

Tower Crane TC6024 FAQ:

1.What is tower crane?

Tower crane is a modern form of balance crane that consist of the same basic parts. Fixed to the ground on a concrete foundation (and sometimes attached to the sides of structures as well), tower cranes often give the best combination of height and lifting capacity and are used in the construction site.

2. What is the meaning of the tower crane’s code?

Take Tower Crane TC6024 for example, the first two letters “TC” means Tower Crane, “60”means jib length is 60 meter, and the last two letter “24” means the tip load is :2.4 ton.

3. What is the principal to quote the right tower crane to the client?

First, we need to know clients’ requirements,for example, max lifting capacity, height, tip load and jib length.. Second, we need to know what the foundation requirement from the client is and Third if there are special needs. CNBM could suggest proposal according to clear data provided by the clients.

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Q:Synopsis for the poem Lost Dances Of Cranes?
If this is the poem, you will find several comments at the link provided. Your fields are empty now. Only your ghosts dance while cranes of another kind dance cities into being. All that remain of you are a fading crackle of your energy and some grainy video footage that people in the new cities will watch to marvel at the wonders the world once held. craftygreenpoet.blogspot.co.uk/20...
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Q:Where can I buy a camera jib/crane in Arizona?
I went down that path last year in the SF Bay Area in California. I could not find a store that carried any cranes or jibs - so I just started asking around. Stay away from any that use cables to keep the stage steady - we used one at a shoot - setting up is an interesting challenge. I thought I wanted the same unit you are looking at - and decided I needed to trust the crane a bit more with my HDR-FX1... I had to wait longer to save more $, but I really like the crane and tripod kit I ended up with... from Kessler Crane... I never got to see it before I bought it and I was, um... nervous... but I am glad I made the investment - and Eric Kessler is REALLY helpful and great to work with. One of the other cranes I looked at uses a heavy duty PA speaker stand as its tripod base. After watching light trees and PA speakers fall over because of leg failure, I could not bring myself to trust them to hold my camcorder. I can STAND or JUMP on the Kessler tripod and it does not budge. It is rock-steady and really strong. The Hercules head is silk-smooth and the crane-arm and camera stage are steady and easy to manipulate. After a little practice, it now takes me about 10-15 minutes from the time I start unpacking until I am ready to start shooting. That includes mounting the camcorder, setting the counterweights, mounting a portable DVD player with AV-in as the monitor mounted to the tripod-head so I can see what the camcorder is shooting and running the AV, headphone and LANC cables and making the whole thing pretty with velcro strips.
Q:In the poem "The Wayfarer”, what is Crane's ironic comment on the pursuit of truth?
On a semi-close inspection, it would seem to me that Crane is saying that, ironically, the truth hurts. He's making a statement similar to Shakespeare in Hamlet. Hamlet is NOT muddled by indecision, as so many poor readers have often thought, but he sees much too much of the truth of the way of the world, and sees how futile and terrifying it is, and is embarrassed, or even humorously angered, that he should be asked to fix the world in the face of such impossible distress and futility. Similarly, the path to truth in Crane's The Wayfarer is overgrown with painful daggers which, if you step onto the path, will cut up your feet; if you take the path and find truth, you'll be hurt and dumbstruck and terrified by this path, so that the Truth (with a capital 'T') itself convinces the poem's 'hero' to turn to a different path, to choose something other than truth. And he doesn't even need to walk the path at all, only get a bit of a glimpse into truth, in order to be terrified by it.
Q:How much does it cost for a crane to come to a worksite and put a roof on a house being built?
Costs would include the distance the crane travelled and also the size of the crane needed and it could start at $350 per hour up to $1000 although I'm sure those prices would include the drivers costs also.A quick look in your local yellow pages for crane hire firms and a few phone calls would give you a better idea.
Q:What do crane flies eat?
Crane flies usually don't eat after becoming adults. They usually just breed and die. If they do they would eat nectar. As larvae they eat what most larvae do roots and other vegetation in the soil. 2 0 Comment
Q:What should I do with my 1000 paper cranes?
Lol if you *really* want to be crafty... Get a spring (Or several) Glue it to the bottom of a box. Then glue a cardboard piece on top. Then put something heavy... (For example, a glass crane, shoudn't cost much) and put all the paper cranes under it. Then... when she opens the present and takes the glass one out the paper ones will fly everywehre :D
Q:Daddy longlegs/Crane Fly... Most venomous creature on earth?
It is a complete myth. Confusion can arise because there are three different animals commonly called daddy-long-legs - spiders of the family Pholcidae, harvestmen (which are arachnids, but not spiders), and crane flies (which are insects). The myth about 'daddy-long-legs' being extremely venomous was originally applied to pholcid spiders, perhaps because they often kill highly venomous species like the black widow. Because the name is shared by harvestmen and crane flies, the myth is now often applied to them too. It is false in all cases. Whilst pholcid spiders are venomous, their venom is far too mild to be dangerous to humans - it causes nothing more than a slight tingling sensation. Harvestmen and crane flies have no fangs or venom whatsoever, and are completely harmless.
Q:what is an african dancing crane?
Q:Whats does the japanese crane symbolize?
The Japanese crane symbolizes serenity and hope. It is a legend in Japan that if you fold 1000 paper cranes, any wish will come true. There is a story about a girl named Sadako who died from radiation in Hiroshima after WWII who tried to fold 1000 paper cranes to be brought back to health. She nearly folded 1000, and died before then. People come to Hiroshima still today with 1000 folded paper cranes to honor Sadako.

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