FZQ800D Tower crane

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Finehope FZQ800D-40t multifunction tower crane adopted high strength seamless steel pipe structure featuring good appearance, light deadweight and smaller wind resistance. The crane is equipped with remote safety monitoring system. Furthermore, the crane can be extended into various models via the combination of the same tower mast and different boom, anchoring and undercarriage to meet the different construction requirement.
Compared with similar model, the advantages of Finehope FZQ800D-40t are as follows:
1. On the condition that the tower mast, mechanism and electric system are general-purpose:
1.1 The crane will become into luffing jib tower crane if equipped with luffing jib.
1.2 The crane will become into level jib tower crane if equipped with level jib.
1.3 The crane will become into top kit tower crane if equipped with top kit jib.
2. All the abovementioned model can be updated into anchoring or internal climbing crane. Furthermore, the crane can become into stationary or mobile type via different undercarriage fixing method, i.e. embedded, crossbeam or travelling bogie.
3. Furthermore, the condition of anchoring or internal climbing can be updated to better performance via updating mechanism and jib.  
4. The modular design and reservation of extending & updating interface can bring new experience to the end user.

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