FUXIANG Tower Crane TC4807 (Top-Slewing)

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item

unit

parameter

max.hoist load

2 rate

t

8

4 rate

16

min.working radius

m

3.2

max.working radius

m

70

65

60

55

Rated hoist moment

2 rate

kN.m

2350

2400

2450

2500

4 rate

2100

2150

2200

2250

Hoist height

free-standing

48

Acnhorging

2 rate

183

4rate

93

Hoist speed

2 rate

m/min

0~63

0~31.5

4 rate

0~31.5

0~15.7

hoist mechinism power

KW

55

slewing speed

r/min

0~0.7

trolley speed

m/min

0~65

top-rising speed

m/min

55

outline dimension

 

height of the total tower crane

m

61.4

end of the boom to slewing center

71.7 (66.7  61.7  56.7)

Balance boom to slewing center

19.2

weight

 

structure weight (free-standign)

t

71.63

balance weight

27.325  23  19.6

working temperature

-20~+40

basic working wind pressure

Pa

250

basic non- working wind pressure

Pa

1100

power supply parameter

50Hz

~380V±10%

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I live in Alaska - Sand Hill Cranes are a traditonal food for the natives going back to the dawn of man. Alaska is broken up into 30 or so Game Units, each about the size of Conn. Depending on which one you live in determins if you can hunt the cranes or not. Rule of thumb when trying to figure out what something is going to taste like (I am a survival instructor) - things always taste like what they eat. Good example - Spruce Grouse and Ptarmigan - eat spruce needles and this give them dark red meat that tastes like it's been marinated in a few drops of Mr Clean. A few hours in a real marinade and they are fine............. however........... some years ago I happen to take a spruce hen who's crop was chock full of - Blueberries! Instead of the usual red meat I expectsed - it had white/bluish meat - and WOW did that bird taste awesome! It's the scavengers you do not want to eat - seagulls, fox, coyote, wolf, bear, hawks, etc that eat long, long dead things. The birds that eat bugs (usually a sweet tasting and crunchy protien packets) and grass shoots - ducks, geese, cranes, uplond game birds - will be the tasty ones.
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It's just you, you poor thing.
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Q:Looking for printable information on safety about having a dog w/u while operating a crane?
Every city and every state has their own set of rules, where there are any. Also, the federal government has rules also. and the contractor has a set of rules also. And if you are in a union, they have a set too. So it depends on the country, state, city you are in. Do a search for Philadelphia Crane operator rules on google, for example. But i doubt any of them will say dogs are allowed. However, probably none of them will mention a dog at all, the assumption being that common sense will tell any competent operator that dogs and cranes do not mix. And I doubt any of them say pet snakes not allowed either. .
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I can actually I made a thousand of them one time I learned in 8th grade and it stuck with me.
Q:What are the basic parameters of a tower crane?
The basic parameters of a tower crane include the length of the crane itself, the weight of the crane as well as the weight of the counterweight! Tower crane lifting mechanism; slewing mechanism; luffing mechanism; motor power;...

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