FUXIANG Tower Cranes TC50103A(Top-Slewing)

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The construction hoist product  produced by Fangyuan has achieved internationally advanced level in terms of industrial design, control and the drive performance, as well as the operation safety and comfortableness. And Fangyuan is also making efforts to keep improving the product, as what the construction hoist lifts is not only people and material, but also a kind of social responsibility and service concept…
The new generation SC series of construction hoists adopt modular structure, ergonomic design and advanced manufacturing technology, thus the adaptability and reliability of the product is greatly improved, e.g. the max. lifting height can reach 300 meters. The product adopts multiple patented technologies, reaches advanced level in China, and the market share in domestic market is increasing year by year. The product has also been exported to overseas countries like Russia, Turkmenstan, Vietnam, etc. winning the confidence of customers of both home and abroad

 

1. The cage drive system is equipped with buffering device, so the cage moves more stable.
2. The ergonomically designed cage interior improves comfortableness.
3. The unique structural design has applied for patent.
4. The typical technologies ensure the malposition difference of the guide rail.
5. The excellent parts in the industry ensures reliable quality of the machine.
6. Precise assembly and accurate drive.
7. Professional solutions for special projects.
8. The complete safety devices ensures reliable control system.
 

 

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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Q:type of dc motors used by electric train/subway,crane & fan.give a brief explanation to your answer?
I believe that electric trains and subways use series motors when DC motors are used because the series motor has a torque vs. speed curve that provides high torque at low speed and low torque at high speed. Since power is equal to torque times speed, that is essentially a constant power mode of operation. I believe that mode is selected because it results in a smaller and less expensive complement of power delivery equipment and more efficient operation. Although it has been many years since DC motors were used extensively for cranes, I believe that series motors were used more than other types for the same reasons stated above. However, compound or separately excited motors may have been used for better speed and torque control at low speeds. Except for heater fans in vehicles, I don't believe DC motors have ever been used much for fans. Today, permanent magnet DC motors are used for all of the little motors in vehicles including the radiator fan that was formerly belt driven by the engine. A permanent magnet motor is like a separately excited motor or a shunt motor. The optimum DC motor for a fan would probably be a shunt motor because a fan requires increasing torque as speed increases. Today, computers are cooled by brushless DC motors.
Q:does every japanese child knows how to fold a paper crane?
in Tokyo they do and remember wax on wax off
Q:What is the secret to the animal crane?
It depends which type of animal crane you are talking about. If it's the jumbo cranes that pick up the huge stuffed animals, they are actually set to give out a win every so many plays, however the number of the winning play varies based on the location. If you are talking about the average sized cranes, the key is to look for a stuffed animal that is light up on top and bottom heavy. This will allow you to grab ahold of the head or neck and pick the animal up. I've found the easiest cranes to win on are the ones that you pick up beanie baby sized stuffed toys. They seem to win, every time you aim the crane to pick up the head or neck. It's a great way to rack up a lot of stuffed animals. While they may not be huge prizes they are reasonable ones, and some of them are pretty cute.
Q:How do they get big cranes on top of high rise buildings?
Other big cranes?
Q:what is the correlation between moment and toppling cranes?
First of all, let's think of a crane like a giant see-saw, where the plank itself doesn't have any weight. Now cranes have big weights on one side of the pivot, which they can move along (I think, I may be wrong). These cause what is called a 'turning moment'. The further out from the 'pivot' they are, the greater the moment. The other consideration with a crane is it's load. Generally, this is carried a lot further out from the pivot point, on the opposite side from the weights. Now consider this. If you have a small child sitting on the end of a see-saw, you will be able to balance them with a larger person sat closer to the pivot. This is the principle on which cranes work. The moment is the force times the distance from the pivot, and it must be balanced turning each way for the see-saw/crane not to topple. This is somewhat of a simplification, but hope it helps.
Q:What is the calibration value of a tower crane?
Do you mean the calibration value of crane lifting moment? That should be the product of the maximum magnitude of the tower crane and the corresponding maximum lifting load.
Q:i have a knife with either 2 flamingos or cranes on the blade does anyone know the maker?
There okorder.com/
Q:how big is a standart crane stock ?
I believe it is pretty difficult to tell and searching the schematics of the crane stock will be as well. Best way is to check out your local gun range and the folks there that shoot guns with crane stocks installed. Also, though I am not too sure about this one, check if the crane stock is compatible for mil-spec buffer tubes and commercial spec buffer tubes. Otherwise, I am very much inaccurate in any of this response.
Q:which crane makes only one Life Partner ?
The one that can lift large loads of cargo.
Q:How do you hang origami cranes?
TAke a needle threaded with a long piece of black thread, and make a small knot at end of long thread. Push the needle thru the middle of the crane's back and pull the thread all the way thru the hole till the knot catches. pull the needle off the loose end of the thread and make another knot on that end. take a push pin or thumb tack and push the pin thru the knot, then push the pin or tack into the ceiling. FYI, tape never works - I have tried. The black thread lets them flutter a bit, and is invisible most of the time. p.s. ask your parents if you can hang stuff from the ceiling first. they may not want you to do that since it will leave holes in the ceiling when you take them down.

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