FUXIANG Tower Crane TC6013A (Top-Slewing)

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Specifications
•  Maximum load 60 t
•  Radius 80 m
•  Tip load 22,8 t
•  Concrete bucket at maximum radius 9 m3
•  Free standing height 93 m
•  Belt conveyor capacity 400 m
•  Belt conveyor maximum radius 105 m

 

1.    The lifting boom and balance boom adopt cantilever boom structure, which reduces the hoisting modular and makes it more safe, convenient and flexible to install and uninstall, and reduces the requirements for hoisting equipment and the site.
2. Multiple special mounting brackets are available, which saves the installation time and ensures safe and quality installation.
3. The lifting boom adopts cantilever boom structure and variable cross-section materials, featuring more reasonable structural stress and long service life; and it is easier to make different combination of boom length. 
4. It adopts standard sections (for models of over 12t) of piece assembly structure, split structure stock, and assembled platform, which meet the transport requirements for standard container.

 

      The Topbelt system can be set at various inclinations, and the platform can be telescoped along the mast as the work progresses.It can also be folded in parking position to use the crane hook. The crane is designed for heavy handling as well as conveyor support.

Crane
•  Hoisting 270 LVF / Power Control kVA
•  Trolleying 25 DVF / progressive speed
•  Slewing RVF / speed and torque regulation
•  Ultra View cab
•  Air conditioned control shelter
•  Easy maintenance
•  Fast hydraulic erection (1 m per hour)
•  A7 FEM standard
•  Use of Topbelt or 6/9 m3


bucket Topbelt
•  High rate of concrete pouring 400 m3/h
•  105 m max pouring radius
•  Maximum inclined and declined angles: 20°
•  No concrete segregation
•  Unlimited dam height
•  Quick hydraulic, telescopic Topbelt system (3 m per hour)
•  Easy maintenance and service
•  Belt long lasting, idlers, mechanical parts
•  Control from the driver’s cab of up to 10 overland conveyor

The contractor CTGPC decided to pour the concrete from tower cranes on which articulated conveyors called Topbelt were attached.This conveyor’s system allowed a production of 300 to 400 m³ per hour with a maximum radius of 105 m and unlimited height.

 

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in the east Hokkaido, the north island of japan. some japanese crane in russia goes to north korea in winter, but cranes in hokkaido stay all through the year.
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You need to get licensed or certified to operate the crane. make sure you are qualified before you start complaining about not getting more challenging work. The world needs ditch diggers to so get back to work.
Q:Which is the main basis for the disassembly and assembly process planning of tower cranes?
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There are different attachments that you can put on the end of your crane to pick up this block. You can make a set of forks (like a forklift) that would slide under the block (block would have to be elevated on a skid). You can pick up this block with a suction cup. You can also pick up the block by clamping the sides of the block by replicating a scissor type mechanism.
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LATTICE BOOM: See first link. This is where the boom (the portion used to support the load) is made like a lattice ... i.e. interconnected trusses and girders. The cables for lifting the load are run from the base of the boom to the load over pulleys/gears located at the boom's tip. The boom itself is NOT adjustable in length or in angle. HYDRAULIC BOOM: See second link. This crane uses hydraulics to adjust either the length of the boom, or the angle at which the boom joints intersect. It looks more like a single beam construction, although its probably closer to a tube type design (hydraulics may be inside or outside the arm). The load is raised/lowered by cables operating at the end of the boom ... not necessarily tied back to the bottom of the boom.
Q:An 8-hp crane lifts a 100 kg junk metal over a period of 15 seconds. To what distance was the load lifted?
1 horse power = 746 watt. So the work W done by the crane in 15 s is given by W = 8*746*15 J . So the distance, S through which the crane lifted 100 kg, presumably at constant speed is given by 100*9.81*S = 8*746*15 or S = [(8*746*15)/(100*9.81)] = 91.25 m
Q:What makes a crane so strong?
Cranes are built using a structural technique called a truss which is characterized by looking like a series of triangles connected together. That structure prevents the members from having to resist any bending loads. All of the truss members experience only tension and compression, no bending. That is an extremely efficient structure which is why they can be so strong without being monstrously heavy. Or if you prefer the short answer, engineers make the crane so strong.
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Q:How are construction cranes built in the first place?
from the ground up
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