FUXIANG Tower Crane TC7030A (Top-Slewing)

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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.
5. The extra-long boom is designed with a rope-supporting trolley, and the speed of which is 1/2 of that of the luffing trolley, which can achieve the most optimum rope-supporting effect. The structure has applied for national patent.
6. The lifting mechanism adopts speed regulation by frequency control or by eddy current brake series resistance, featuring good lifting performance; The slewing system adopts frequency control by torque electric motor or by coil winding type electric motor with hydraulic coupler, featuring smooth operation and small slewing impact.
7. All kinds of safety devices are reliable and easy to adjust; both the safety monitoring control system and traditional safety system are available, the double system ensures safety operation of the tower crane; the hydraulic system adopts low/medium pressure design, featuring higher safety and reliability.

Tower Cranes(Top-Slewing)    

Model

Max.lifting capacity & work range

Max.work range & lifting capacity

Max.independent lifting height(m)

Torque

Lifting capacity at max.boom length

Lifting capacity(t)

Work range(m)

Work range(m)

Lifting capacity(t)

QTZ31.5

TC3508

3

11.59

35

0.8

29

TC3807

3

11.15

38

0.7

29

QTZ40

TC4208

4

11.6

42

0.8

29

TC4708

4

13.4

47

0.8

29

QTZ50

TC4610

5

11.9

46

1

36

TC5010

5

13.1

50

1

36

QTZ63

TC5013

6

13.72

50

1.3

40

TC5013A

6

13.72

50

1.3

40

TC5510

6

13.17

55

1

40

TC5510A

6

13.17

55

1

40

QTZ80

TC5512

8

12.68

55

1.2

45

QTZ100

TC6013

8

14.45

60

1.3

45

QTZ125

TC6014A

10

12.4

60

1.4

50

QTZ160

TC6020

10

15.2

60

2

52.6

QTZ250

TC7030

12

20.4

70

3

45

 

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Q:where can i buy a cheap plush crane machine?
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Q:for example, if the crane boom lenght is 40 and radius is 11 meter,the how to know about the angle.?
You can figure out your angle with the Pythagorean method. Also, you should NEVER operate a crane with any indicator device not functioning. This in violation of OSHA law and many state and local laws. If there is any damage or injury you will be held negligent..
Q:in the short story open boat by stephen crane how does he define Fate?
Without doing your work for you, Crane is a naturalist. They believe nature works at random, and is completely unsympathetic to man's plight in the process. Hence, the oiler dies. He was probably the strongest one in the boat. So, how does that translate into the concept of fate?
Q:What is the most effective way to kill a Crane Fly (Daddy Long Legs)?
a daddy long legs interior the united statesis a sort of spider with an extremely small around physique and intensely long 8 legs. interior the united kingdom, Australia, and Canada crane flies are noted as daddy long legs. So what you ought to have seen could have been a crane fly and it could have been a spider. The crane fly has an elongated physique, six legs, and wings. It sounds like a good sized mosquito.
Q:view severe crane accidents?
Although mechanical failure does occur, most crane accidents are caused due to human error. Here are some examples: 1) Operating a crane during adverse weather conditions, such as wind conditions 2) Overloading a crane/ improper load calculations 3) Inexperienced or untrained personnel 4) Improper rigging of the load 5) Bypassing safety devises 6) Improper selection of the crane for the environment (ground conditions, power lines etc.) based on the type of load 7) Shock-loading a crane 8) Failure to perform maintenance and inspections in accordance to manufacture specifications I hoped this helped Cheers
Q:Tower crane and tower crane 5
Tower crane, tower crane, also known as tower craneTower crane = tower crane = tower craneThere are many ways of vertical transportation. Construction elevator hoist etc..Tower crane features: large operating space, mainly used in housing construction materials vertical and horizontal transmission and installation of building components.It consists of three parts: metal structure, working mechanism and electrical system. The metal structure includes the tower, the boom and the base. The working mechanism has four parts, lifting, luffing, turning and walking. The electrical system consists of motors, controllers, power distribution cabinets, connecting lines, signals and lighting devices, etc..
Q:What tower cranes are used on the 30 storey house?
According to the weight and the lifting range in order to determine the size of the tower crane tower crane lifting moment! Size to measure the lifting torque maximum weight * maximum weight of the amplitude of.QTZ63 represents 63 tons - meters, general building does not involve carrying heavy, almost 63!
Q:How does a climbing or tower crane work?
They add extra stages from the bottom. A tower crane is erected from a boom assembly, first and second tower sections of different cross section, and a base in a sequence of steps in which the boom assembly is mounted on a hollow climbing section dimensioned to be received in each of the larger second tower sections and defining a cavity dimensioned to receive each of the first tower sections. One of the latter is secured on a base in upright position, and the upright section is received in the cavity of the climbing section which is then raised relative to the first section and enveloped by one of the second sections. The enveloping section is secured to the base and the raised climbing section for supporting the climbing section whereupon the first tower section may be released from the base, raised, and secured to the second tower section. The climbing section may then be raised relative to the first tower section to permit the installation of another second section, and the procedure repeated, until all second or larger tower sections are superimposed on each other, the one first section being ultimately attached to the topmost second section. When the climbing section is raised relative to the attached first section, another first section may be superimposed on the one first section and the procedure repeated until the slimmer portion of the tower is assembled from superimposed first sections. Ultimately, the boom assembly is attached to the topmost first tower section, and the climbing section may be removed or stored for further use on the wider, lower tower portion.
Q:I looking for information on the surname Crane.?
The name Crane was first used among the Boernician people of the Scottish-English border region. It is a name for a person whose was tall, and had long legs. This nickname derived from the Old English words cranuc, and cornuc, which mean crane. Spelling variations occur frequently in Scottish names that date from the medieval era. They result from a general lack of grammatical rules and the tendency to spell names according to sound. Crane has been spelled Crane, Craine, Crain, Cran, Crann, Crayne and others. First found in Suffolk where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 A.D. In the 20th century, the ancestors of many of those Boernician-Scottish people still populate North America. They distributed themselves on either side of the border at the time of the War of Independence. United Empire Loyalists went north to Canada and those who wanted a new nation stayed south. Both groups went on to found great nations. Some of the first North American settlers with Crane name or one of its variants: Jasper Crane who settled in Boston Mass. in 1637; Richard Crane settled in Virginia in 1635; Samuel Crane settled in Virginia in 1653; Mary Crane settled in Virginia in 1684. Some noteworthy people of the name Crane * Harold Hart Crane, American poet * Robert Edward Crane, American disc jockey and actor, best known for his performance in the television sitcom Hogan's Heroes * Stephen Townley Crane, American novelist. * Professor Francis Crane, Law * Sir Harry Crane, * Morley Crane, Pomology * William M. Crane, eponym of USS Crane, Wickes class destroyer
Q:How crane can hold huge counter weights? Why CG is not changing while adding counter weight on cranes?
Usually the counterweights can move back and forth on an arm. They are moved toward the crane when there is no load and away from the crane when there is a load. If the counterweights can't move, then the crane must be designed to hold (at least) the minimum counterweights in their fixed location. As the crane gets loaded, the net moment decreases, and then increases in the other direction as more and more load gets added. It is still likely that the maximum design moment when loaded far exceeds the moment due to the counterweights on an unloaded crane.

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