Flat Top Tower Crane TC 5511 for Construction Use

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Description of our Tower Crane

1, TC4808 have competitive price and excellent quality, suitable for all kinds of construction project and can work under all kinds of work condition. With their working radius from 2.25 to 48m, TC4808 tower cranes are famous for their large operating ranges, varied working methods and wide uses.  

2,This series of tower cranes has a horizontal jib frame, a jib-trolley radius-changing mechanism and a hydraulic self-raising mechanism.

3, It is original in design, reliable in operation and satisfactory in shape.

4,Equipped with all necessary safety devices, these cranes show a good speed-control capacity,, satisfactory operating stability and high work efficiency.

5,They are widely applied for the construction of high-rise hotels, resident buildings, high-rise industrial buildings, large-span factory buildings and tower like buildings like tall chimneys. Best after sales service will be offered which will get rid of all your worries in the purchase of our products

Advantage of our tower crane
1, boom relief Angle is big, greatly widened the equipment capacity and scope of work.
2, suitable for the group of tower cross homework.
3, boom stability is good, combination amplitude range.
4, suitable for height have special requirements occasions construction.
5, lifting capacity big, effectively solve the high steel structure construction team crane big lifting capacity requirements.

Specification of Tower Crane

Model

QTP80 (TC5511) (Flat-Top)

Max Working Radius (m)

55

Free Height (m)

41

Max Load (T)

6

Tip Load (T)

1.1

Max Height (m)

161

Wall Ties for Max Height (sets)

8

Main Material Specs (mm)

Square Steel Tube   1352*12

Mast Section Dimension (m)

1.835*1.835*2.5

Hoisting Speed (m/min)

80/40/10

Min Steady Falling Speed (m/min)

5

Slewing Speed (r/min)

0-0.62

Radius-changing Speed (m/min)

40/20

Jacking-up Speed (m/min)

0.6

Total Motor Power (kw)

60

Independent Structure Weight (kg)

37800

Counter Weight (T)

16.2

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Q:when a skyscraper is done being built, how does the crane come down?
In pieces, section by section, and then the base is taken out by Helicopter. Or at least that is how I would do it.
Q:I am about to take appointed persons test (crane) how do you calculate loadings for lifting and point loading?
If you are going to be operating a crane, you need to do this on your own. People's lives will depend on you having a good knowledge in this area. .
Q:What category is a Crane bird?
Order GRUIFORMES Family GRUIDAE Not sure where you live...but there are only 2 species of Crane that live in the U.S. : the Sandhill Crane and the endangered Whooping Crane.
Q:About tower crane torque limiter with 4 limit switches, each play a role, thank you
Lifting weight limiter: limit maximum lifting weight;Torque limiter: limit the maximum lifting torque;Height limiter: limits the maximum and minimum position of the hook lifting and lowering;Amplitude limiter: limit the lifting trolley in the boom on the outside, the inside position;Slewing limiter: limit of up to the number of rotating ring arm;
Q:How do cranes get from one construction site to another without hitting streetlights, wires, car, buildings?
They are disassembled and loaded onto flat bed trailers. The larger the crane the more flat beds.
Q:Effects of whooping crane?
Are Whooping Cranes Extinct
Q:How were Railroad Steam Engines from 1830 to 1890's recovered before the advent of the Wrecker Steam Crane.?
Old Man Dirt is right. Block and tackle. Remember too those early engines weren't that heavy. The most common type from 1850 to the 1890s was the 4-4-0. They, and the other types were usually between 25 and 60 tons. I don't necessarily collect old rail photos, but I've seen many hundreds in other people's collections. And early locomotive salvage was usually block and tackle, with another engine brought in to furnish the muscle required. Since this could be a lengthy process if the wreck was extensive, a temporary track, or sometimes called a shoo-fly would be built to move trains past the derailment, or to enable getting another engine and hoisting equipment positioned.
Q:thoughts on this Stephen Crane poem?
Crane was a wonderful poet and author; I have that poem written in one of my journals from long ago. I think he was pointing out that we seek answers and protection from the world outside our bodies when we shouldn't bother with that. The universe is only a backdrop in our play, and we are the ones with power.
Q:How did the tower crane rise on the construction site? Fifteen
In the table below the tower crane is the upper part of the tower body has four jacks, the top of the cage tower (tower of each section is called a tower cage) a little bigger than the following (which can be installed under a small tower, heightening cage) need to jack up above "high rise to work, just a small tower added into the big cage, the cage towers bolted, or tall tower cage can be fixed.
Q:how can we minimize energy losses of a crane to reduce the impact on the environment?
No hint as to what type or size of crane, so I assume it is a large overhead traveling bridge crane inside an industrial building: Consult the manufacturer for recommendations. Change its power source to something cleaner (from diesel to propane or electric). Properly lubricate and adjust all moving parts. Turn power off when idle. Schedule heavy usage during hours of low demand of electric utility power. Replace motor with a more efficient new one. Replace entire crane with a new efficient one. Replace the large capacity one with one or more smaller units.

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