SHENDIAO CONSTRUCTION HOISTS SC200/200

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 Variable frequency hoisting :
• permanent adaptation and optimizationof speed depending on the lifted load,
• very low slow speeds, smooth speed changes,
• high productivity.

Trolleying with variablefrequency, progressive speed by means of stepless control

The masts adopt the standard bases from the MC range, allowing it to be adjusted to the desired height.
The adjustable bases are of the same type as those of the MC crane range, providing a choice of method of installation:
• on fixing angles,
• on cross-shaped base,
• on travelling gear,
• or as a climbing crane.
For easier management of your crane fleet, the standard elements taken from the MC range are assembled using pinned fish joints for ease and speed of connection.
|MCT 88|

MCT cranes are available with a wide range of optional features:
• Vision cab with or without air-conditioning
• Dialog VISU indicators
• Dialog Wind anemometer
• Top Tracing interference control and zone limitation system
• Remote control unit with indicator
• Automatic cartridge lubrication
• Auxiliary winch

• 5 models.
• Jib lengths from 40 m to 52 m.
• Maximum load from 2.5 to 5 tons.
• Maximum hoisting speeds from 2.8 to 82 m/min.

Fitted with jib lengths ranging from 55 to 65 m, the MDT Topless cranes boast hoisting capacities of 6 to 10 t.
Providing a suitable size for all your needs.
They allow complex multi-crane installations by considerablyreducing the height gaps and interference of cranes on work sites.
The assembly, erection, transport and even maintenance times are reduced, and as a result this helps to keep operating costs low.
Optimum productivity and greater safety make MDT Topless cranes the best alternative for all users or hirers.

Elegance and distinction
Their new shape is easy to distinguish from a distance.
The counter-jib projects a dynamic and refined design and the profiled jib, with a regular inclination, shows a fluid and
elegant line.

Minimized, compact and light package
Transport and erection
The shapes, dimensions and weights of the components were devised right from the design stage to scale-down the
package and save time. Only a single, small, mobile crane is required to hoist the packages and assemble them.

Assembly of the
counter-jib on the
ground
The compact counter-jib has a reduced footprint, ballast supports and
stabilizer plates designed to be folded
away for transport.
The nose and stabilizer plates can be
simply unfolded which releases the
guardrails.
Assembly of the jib on the ground
Operation of crane fleets can be optimized thanks to the possibility of exchanging certain components of the crane jib with other models from the same range

Counter-jib ballast blocks with inclined bases are used for simpler dismantling on the ground, since they can be laid down easily.
No locking mechanisms are necessary, and the counter-jib can be unfolded easily.

Pinning is quick and simple thanks to the centering pins of the splice.

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Q:How are skyscrapers been build ?no cranes can be that high?
That is a good answer. Ordinary cranes build the steel frame to a height of perhaps 60 feet. The frame is designed so a specially designed crane can climb up the side (like climbing a ladder) to about 50 feet where the climbing crane can complete the frame to about 100 feet, then the crane can climb to the 90 foot level and build the frame to about 150 feet etc. Another method is the floor at about the 60 foot level is completed and extra strong. A crane is assembled on that floor and can complete the steel frame to about 100 feet where another extra strong floor is built. The crane at 60 feet is then dismantled and moved to the floor at the 100 foot level, or perhaps this is a second crane. Repeat until the full height of the building is frame work. As cranes are removed at the lower levels, more floors can be installed and some of the finishing work done. Either way, you can see why very tall buildings are very expensive. Likely both methods are used for some very large and very tall buildings. Neil
Q:How do you fold a piece of paper into a crane?
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Q:Could you explain to me what's happening in the first stanza of Stephen Crane's War is Kind?
Yes, Stephen Crane talks about lost love and sacrifices in his poem. The basic casualty of war. A lover, a father and son are lost in his story and those that are left behind he tries to console. The poem is noted for the ironic use of war is kind. We all know that War is really not kind. The poem’s speaker, simultaneously sympathetic with the victims of war and cynical about the purposes of war, implicitly criticizes the image of the romantic hero, showing in graphic scenes the realities of battlefield death and the emotional torment it causes for those left behind.
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Q:Maggie: Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane?
I studied in in university - it's contemporary to when it was written, so it may as well be set in 1893. Crane was in his early 20's when he wrote it. He was addressing a societal issues of the day, particularly living in the slums of New York and the shift in American culture/economy from primarily agricultural to industrial. It addressed poverty, disaease, social ills and the dreariness of poor city life. The book was quite controversial when it first came out.
Q:What is the purpose of the stinger on Crane Flies?
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Q:An 8-hp crane lifts a 100 kg junk metal over a period of 15 seconds. To what distance was the load lifted?
1 horse power = 746 watt. So the work W done by the crane in 15 s is given by W = 8*746*15 J . So the distance, S through which the crane lifted 100 kg, presumably at constant speed is given by 100*9.81*S = 8*746*15 or S = [(8*746*15)/(100*9.81)] = 91.25 m
Q:What do you do with a crane birds?
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Q:Are steam cranes still used to clear train derailments?
No, they don't. They have to use road cranes - think of the accident at Grayrigg some while back. They had terrible trouble clearing the line as heavy lifting equipment had to be brought quite a distance over muddy fields. I seem to remember special temporary roads had to be laid. Similarly with the freight accident in Scotland a few weeks back, roads were closed, again whilst wreckage was cleared.

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