DAHA Tower Crane

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Dahan group, established in 2000, is specialized in Tower Crane Hoist and Building Hoist. And registered capital reaches 100 million RMB. Dahan group has their own research and development department as well as production, marketing, service and financial department. The production capacity can be over 10000 sets and have earned the reputation as a leading manufacturer of tower crane and construction hoist.

Located in Jinan high and new technology industrial zone, office area is 3000square meters. Production base is in Jinan, Guangdong, Hunan. Total area  reaches 300000 square meters.

High-quality technological management team and first-rate production and detection equipment lay good foundation for the steady development of the company. Its technology and management personnel, including many senior engineers, have college degree or above, and skilled workers mostly have vocational school degree or above. The company also has over 200 general and special production equipment and over 300 measuring instruments for detection. The company passed the certification of ISO9001 Quality Management System in 2002, providing reliable guarantee for the management system and product quality.  

Our Dahan concern requirements of modern city construction and strive to provide products with advanced technology and rational price, furnish good technical support and pre and after-sales service for customers. We hope to create beautiful future with customers.

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Vision:Become an ever-green construction machinery enterprise and maximally meet customers’ requirements
Core Values  
Quality: High quality, innovation, safety and reliability.
              High quality is the basis of the enterprise.
              Innovation is the soul of the enterprise.
              Safety is reverence to life.
              Reliability wins the trust.
Service: Customer focused, customers are existence value of Dahan people, do what we have promised.
Responsibility: Attentive and responsible, brave to undertake and fully perform individual, company and social responsibility.
Spirit
Hard Work:Industry, simplicity, perseverance and hardships are the source power of Dahan to achieve transnormal and leapfrog development.
Struggle:Concentrated reflection of brave advance, assiduous seeking, brave challenge and enthusiasm and progress of Dahan people.
Pioneering & Progress::Promote traditions, keep pace with the times, have the courage to innovate and pursue excellence in work

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Paul does 100 cranes in 5 hours So in 1 hour he does 20 cranes In 3 hours he does 60 cranes and balance 40 cranes Jon does Jon = 40 cranes in 3 hours So 100 cranes = 100/40 X 3= 7.5 hours ANSWER
Q:Explain how the idea of a counterweight used in cranes or in stand up basketball hoops relates to the concept of torque and equilibrium?
Sure. Let's say that a crane needs to hoist a load of 10 tons, and that because it needs to reach over some obstacles, needs to lift at a horizontal distance of 50 feet away. That creates a torque about the base of the crane of 500 ton·ft. By positioning a counterweight on the opposite side of the tower, the magnitude of the moment can be mitigated. For instance, let's say a counterweight of 10 tons is positioned at 25 ft on the other side of the tower. The moment produced by the counterweight is 250 ton·ft, so the net moment at the base is 250 ton·ft. Furthermore, when the 10 ton load is positioned and release, there is still a 250 ton·ft moment at the base of the tower; it has simply switched direction (say from rotating the crane to the right, to rotating it to the left). If you find this helpful, please award Best Answer!
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