QTZ80 (6016) tower crane

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QTZ80(6010) 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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