HUAXIA TOWER CRANE QTZ40(4708B)

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Name

Unit

Parameter

QTZ40

Nominal hoisting moment

kN.m

400

Max. hoisting weight

t

4

Rated hoisting weight at jib nose

t

0.8

Working radius

`

m

2.5-47

Height

Anchoring

m

28.3

Climbing

m

120

Hoisting speed

Magnification

a=2

a=4

Hoisting speed

m/min

8

34

52

4

17

26

Hoisting weight

t

2

2

1

4

4

2

Swing speed

r/min

0.46/0.7(0--0.6)

Radius changing speed

r/min

33/16.5

Top rising speed

r/min

0.7

Tower crane weight

Ballast weight

t

6.55

Total weight (anchoring)

t

24.5

Working swing radius

m

47

Rear swing radius

m

12.8

Max. working wind speed

m/s

20

Max. wind speed for top rising

m/s

13

Ambient temperature

-20 - 40

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Q:what's the cheapest way to rent a crane?
call a crane rental company - rates are pretty standard in the industry for each type of equipment
Q:What is the meaning of two flying cranes?
This is an old Russian tradition of painting cranes on laquered boxes like the icon paintings. Many different towns would make these type of boxes. Russian legend claims that the city was a home to icon-painters even before the Mongol invasions. At least since the 17th century, Kholui has been a producer of lacquer boxes, plates, and other painted items that this region of Russia is famous for. After the Bolshevik Revolution, icon painting became unpopular and even dangerous. However, Kholui painters kept painting, at this time in secrecy, giving the area a kind of legitimacy in the cultural/artistic world. The style of icon painting in Kholui is particular to this town, and distinctly different from the more widely-known Palekh style of painting. The icon-painters in Kholui use a large amount of green hues, as opposed to the style of using mostly red colors, as is traditional in Palekh. The Ivanovo Oblast is home to the cities of Putchezh and Kholui. It is found in the center of the Eastern European Plain, and is part of the Central Economic Area of Russia.
Q:who has made a origami crane? how hard was it?
easy as hell. not hard, just remember the step and you can do around 2-3 in a minutes
Q:how to make an simple electromagnetic crane?
STEP 1 Buy a Crane Step 2 put a electromagnet on iy Step 3 stick ur name on it you get DIY crane
Q:What is the theme of the poem A man to the universe by Stephen Crane?
In the poem “A Man said to the Universe” by Stephen Crane three distinct images appear as the reader relates man and universe as they fit into their cosmic role. The simplicity of the five line poem envelopes man’s perception of his place among the universe, the universe’s perception of its role in the order of life, and the relationship of both man and universe in regards to the enormity of the cosmos. Collectively, these three components create a profound thought on creation. By Folrani Adewale
Q:Explain how the idea of a counterweight used in cranes or in stand up basketball hoops relates to the concept of torque and equilibrium?
Sure. Let's say that a crane needs to hoist a load of 10 tons, and that because it needs to reach over some obstacles, needs to lift at a horizontal distance of 50 feet away. That creates a torque about the base of the crane of 500 ton·ft. By positioning a counterweight on the opposite side of the tower, the magnitude of the moment can be mitigated. For instance, let's say a counterweight of 10 tons is positioned at 25 ft on the other side of the tower. The moment produced by the counterweight is 250 ton·ft, so the net moment at the base is 250 ton·ft. Furthermore, when the 10 ton load is positioned and release, there is still a 250 ton·ft moment at the base of the tower; it has simply switched direction (say from rotating the crane to the right, to rotating it to the left). If you find this helpful, please award Best Answer!
Q:If a friend folded a thousand paper cranes for you what would you think?
that they must have a lot of time:)god bless
Q:dose any one no of any over head crane schools?
No. they can't chew human beings. The lengthy pointy bit on the lower back isn't a sting both. it truly is an ovipositor, designed to allow the Crane fly to position her eggs in the soil. The eggs hatch out into leather-depending Jackets, gray grubs who devour the roots of grass. once you spot starlings and different birds on a backyard poking bout into the floor, it truly is what they're searching for, effective tasty leather-depending Jackets. leather-depending Jackets make the grass of a backyard pass yellow, and die. they're pests, notwithstanding the Crane fly is purely tense even as it comes interior.
Q:Breifly explain the brake system in the lifting devices ex. Over head crane?
Cranes work using hydraulics and cables. The cables are wrapped around pulleys and the pulley is turned using hydraulic power. The brake system is simply stopping the pulley from turning by reducing power. The hydraulic system typically will turn a series of gears which in turn spins the pulley that the cable is wrapped around. It's different than a brake system say on a car where when you hit the brakes, pads squeeze on the interior of the wheel rim slowing it down. Cranes you just reduce power and stop the pulley from turning. They also have emergency stops. Older cranes have wedges that would be released onto the cable and then the wedges would grab the cable and slip into a ring. The narrow end of the wedges would slip into the ring first and then as the wedges increased in diameter the grip on the cable would get tighter and then stop the cable from moving. They also have systems on the pulleys to stop the pulley from spinning. They essentially work the same way as a car break. When the emergency brake is triggered, pads will squeeze on the rim of the pulley to stop it. These mechanisms work by friction. They could also have holes around the pulley and a steel pin would be pushed into one of the holes to stop it from spinning. Of course if the force of the weight exceeded the strength of the pin, it would shear.
Q:what's with a folkfore story about cranes used to deliver babies from house to house?
i thought it was off dumbo, a cartton of an elephant with big ears and it could fly lol ==]

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