QTZ100(TC6020) tower crane

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QTZ100(6020) tower crane tower crane is novel hoisting and conveying machinery which is designed by fully utilizing the group technology, the combinational design technology and the finite element analysis technology and taking the tower crane microcomputer design platform as a tool.
The crane is a horizontal-arm-rest trolley-amplitude upper-revolution hydraulic lifting type crane which has the maximum working amplitude of 56m, the independent lifting height of 40m, the adhesion lifting height of 150m, the rated lifting moment of 710kN•m and the maximum lifting moment of 853.2kN•m. All the performance parameters and technical indexes of the crane meet or surpass national standards.
The crane features advanced parameters, excellent and reliable properties, attractive appearance, high quality, simple and practical structures, advanced safety devices, convenient maintenance, safe usage and reasonable prices, and is ideal construction machinery for many construction enterprises.

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.

 

Amplitude(m)

3-13.6

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

Lifting capacity(kg)

4000

3890

3618

3380

3170

2860

2810

2660

2530

2400

2290

Amplitude(m)

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

Lifting capacity(kg)

2190

2090

2000

1920

1850

1770

1710

1650

1590

1540

1490

Amplitude(m)

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

Lifting capacity(kg)

1440

1390

1350

1310

1270

1230

1200

1170

1130

1100

1070

Amplitude(m)

46

47

48

Lifting capacity(kg)

1050

1020

1000

 

(2)2-magnification Lifting Performance Table


Amplitude(m)

3-26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

Lifting capacity(kg)

2000

1920

1850

1770

1710

1650

1590

1540

1490

1440

Amplitude(m)

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

Lifting capacity(kg)

1390

1350

1310

1270

1230

1200

1170

1130

1100

1070

Amplitude(m)

46

47

48

Lifting capacity(kg)

1050

1020

1000

 

Technical Performance Parameter Table


Item

Unit

Magnification

α=2

α=4

Rated lifting moment

kN.m

500

Maximum lifting capacity

t

2

4

Working amplitude

m

3 ~48

Maximum amplitude lifting capacity

t

1.0

Lifting height

Independent

m

30

Attached

m

120

Time of moving outrigger end to rotation center

m

48.74

Time of moving balance arm tail to rotation center

m

12.816

Counter weight

t

7

Total motor power

kW

24.9

Allowable working temperature

0C

-20~+40

 

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Q:What kind of bodies are tower cranes made of?
First, the working mechanism of tower cranesThe working mechanism of tower crane is usually composed of lifting mechanism, luffing mechanism, slewing mechanism, hydraulic jacking mechanism and running mechanism.The hoisting mechanism to realize heavy vertical up and down movement; luffing mechanism and slewing mechanism to achieve weight moving in two horizontal directions; hydraulic lifting mechanism of standard section, increase or decrease, so as to increase or decrease the tower; range of weights can achieve walking mechanism in tower crane and force of arbitrary space motion.
Q:Why is there an American Flag hanging from the top part of this huge construction crane next to my house?
Crane Flags
Q:In the Pacific NW, what will get rid of Crane Flies in my yard?
If they are indeed crane flies, they have very short lives and will be gone in a short time, and do no harm - so why bother? In any case, I do not see how dolomitic lime would help - their larvae are aquatic, not in the dirt, and the adults do not feed.
Q:How has Stephen Crane influenced authors and writers?
I'd mention his book Red Badge of Courage and how it changed the war novel for American and English writers. You can look at books like Catch-22 , MASH, or Hemingway's war novels and find that personal voice that Crane used.
Q:What parameters are lifting machines called large equipment? 200
General purpose gantry cranes: MG, 440t, MG, 360t, MG, 450t, Me, 360t, ME, 900tGeneral purpose bridge crane: QD, 350t, QD, 400t, QD, 450t, QD, 390t, QD, 330t, QE, 350t, QE, 330tThe above tonnage is now recognized by the state as a large lifting machine.
Q:What does "jack up" tower crane 1000KNm mean?
1000KNm means the lifting moment. Equal to the maximum lifting capacity of 63 tons.
Q:why do cranes have outriggers?
To make it harder for them to tip over.
Q:How does the Red Badge of Courage relate to Stephen Cranes Life?
In March 1893, while spending hours lounging in his friend Corwin Knapp Linson's studio while having his portrait painted, Crane became fascinated with old Civil War issues of the Century published between 1884 and 1887. Largely devoted to famous battles and military leaders, the writing was dry and lifeless and Crane, frustrated, said to Linson, I wonder that some of those fellows don't tell how they felt in those scraps. They spout enough of what they did, but they're as emotionless as rocks. Crane returned to these magazines during subsequent visits to Linson's studio and eventually the idea of writing a war novel overtook him. He would later state that he had been unconsciously working the detail of the story out through most of his boyhood and had imagined war stories ever since he was out of knickerbockers. This novel, which he believed would make him famous, would ultimately become The Red Badge of Courage. From the beginning, Crane wished to show what it felt like to be in a war by writing a psychological portrayal of fear. Conceiving his story from the point of view of a young private who is at first filled with boyish dreams of the glory of war and then quickly becomes disillusioned by war's reality, Crane borrowed the private's surname, Fleming, from his sister-in-law's maiden name. Crane would later tell Hamlin Garland that the first words and paragraphs came to him with every word in place, every comma, every period fixed.
Q:Are steam cranes still used to clear train derailments?
They started to go by the wayside in the early 80's around here, though they were still in use until technology caught up and they could manufacture a 200 ton capacity crane for use on the highways. They had Hi-rail equipment and could get to the scene of a derailment much quicker than the old steam derricks. Near the end, I know there were at least 5 still operating, but the problem was, there were only two guys on the system that could run one of the things. Steam is the key word. We're all used to seeing crane operators running the machine from their little cab and moving the levers that control the hydraulics. But, it was amazing to see a guy run one of the Bucyrus Erie 200 ton derricks. All the functions were controlled by various valves that were scattered around the operators position, and it was like watching some kind of choreography; ballet, even. The sights, smells and sounds of the thing in action were no less eye catching than watching the operator himself.
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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