SJ TOWER CRANE QTZ50-TC5008

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TOWER CRANE TC5008 description

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TC5008 tower crane is our company according to the design of tower crane"GB/T5031-2008" model of the tower crane.

1) work much, wide range of use, this machine has a fixed base and wall attachment type.

2) has high working speed, good performance of speed regulation, stable operation, high efficiency. Three speed motor and single speed ratio reducerused in lifting structure, so that the heavy load and low speed, light load speed.

3) crane configuration lifting height limiter, moment limiter, amplitude limiter,lifting weight limiter, slewing limiter, rotary, traction mechanism brake safety device, and trolley rope breaking resistant, anti broken shaft device, themachine is suitable for various different construction environment, ensure thework reliability of tower crane.

4) cab uses linkage Taiwan advanced operation of the mechanism of action of easy operation, simple repair.

Tower crane TC5008 technical parameters

The maximum working range of 50m, end weight and the maximum take-off weight of 4T 1T.

Mechanism is equipped with three speed motor hoisting, smooth brakingimpact is small when shifting.

Luffing mechanism can provide two kinds of speed.

Free standing height 32 (M)

The maximum height of 120 (M)

The working range of the tunable 38/44/50 (M)

The minimum working range of 3 (M)

The maximum lifting capacity of 4 (T)

End load "(T) 0.8 (M)



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Q:Do cranes play major role in Japanese culture? How so? Do cranes live in Japan?
Red-crowned cranes (also known as Japanese cranes and Manchurian cranes) breed in Siberia and Mongolia during the spring and summer but migrate in flocks to Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, and other East Asian countries for the winter season. They are the second rarest crane in the world, and it is known as a symbol of good fortune, longevity, and fidelity in these countries. In Japan, they are considered to be a national treasure. They frequently appear in art, literature, and folklore. I remember a tale about a lonely man in winter and finding a crane nearly dead in the snow. He nursed the crane in his home until it was well enough to fly away on its own. The next winter, the crane came back as a beautiful maiden wearing the finest red and gold silks. She promised to live with his man and weave silks for him to sell. The only catch was that he was to never look at her while she was working. They lived happily for a while, until one day he couldn't hold in his curiousity any longer. He took a peek behind the screen and saw a crane weaving silk with its feathers! Naturally, the crane noticed and flew away, never to return. In Japan, cranes are said to have the legendary lifespan of 1,000 years (hence, the folding of 1,000 paper cranes). Cranes are also known to mate for life, making them a popular motif at weddings and anniversaries.
Q:A crane lifts a load of 3000 kg to a height of 8.5 meters in 15 seconds?
evaluate the equation P = W/t the place W = F x d (F = tension (load) d = distance moved interior the path of tension, W = artwork carried out/ability transferred, P = ability, t = time) a million) if P = W/t then t = W/P yet W = F x d so t = F x d/P F = 6N d = 2m P = 3W t = 6 x 2/ 3 t = 4s 2) returned P = W/t = F x d/t so d = Pt/F d = 12W x 5s/ 6N d = 10m
Q:A crane is lifting a crate upward 25 meters with an acceleration of one fifth of a gee...?
Ghee is clarified butter! The rest sounds like homework!
Q:how would you describe crane-man? Use specific examples from the novel to support your answer?
wise, caring, lighthearted courageous survivor Assuming you've read the book , you'll need to find examples to prove these characteristics.
Q:What do 100 and 1000 different paper cranes mean??!?!?
A Japanese legend indicates that anyone who folds 1000 paper cranes will be granted a wish. Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl who died from radiation sickness from the A-bomb dropped on Hiroshima. She wanted to fold 1000 cranes before her death at the age of 12. There is a peace monument to her memory in Hiroshima, and people from all over the world send paper cranes to the site.
Q:How were Railroad Steam Engines from 1830 to 1890's recovered before the advent of the Wrecker Steam Crane.?
Old Man Dirt is right. Block and tackle. Remember too those early engines weren't that heavy. The most common type from 1850 to the 1890s was the 4-4-0. They, and the other types were usually between 25 and 60 tons. I don't necessarily collect old rail photos, but I've seen many hundreds in other people's collections. And early locomotive salvage was usually block and tackle, with another engine brought in to furnish the muscle required. Since this could be a lengthy process if the wreck was extensive, a temporary track, or sometimes called a shoo-fly would be built to move trains past the derailment, or to enable getting another engine and hoisting equipment positioned.
Q:How to select tower crane type according to the height of building? Seek explanation
This depends on the height of your building, the area, the choice of tower cranes, the model is different, his work coverage is not the same. Now for tower crane, height is not a problem, mainly depends on the size of your building, not in the crane's scope of operation.
Q:A crane lifts a 425 kg steel beam vertically a distance of 117m?
You have the right idea, the answer is d. EDIT: Well I actually read the rest of the question (sometimes I get an itchy trigger finger!), and the net force should be found first, the net force includes the weight and the tension in the crane's cable (so you need to find the tension): ∑F = ma = T - mg T = m(a + g) = 425kg(1.80m/s² + 9.80m/s²) = 4930N So the net force is the sum of the tension in the cable and the weight of the beam, or: F = T - mg = 4930N - (425kg)(9.80m/s²) = 735N Then, the work done by the crane is: W = FΔy = 735N(117m) = 8.95 x 10^4J Does not match any of your choices, so I am perplexed! Maybe someone will straighten me out. Apologies if I failed to help.
Q:Has anyone stayed at The Crane?
Yes i stayed at the Crane,you must have a car....I had my black escalade at the time...so am not sure about shuttle service.
Q:Why did Dr. Crane work for Ra's Al Ghul and with Falconie?
Crane was a criminal and a bit of a nut. Just like any super villain. He had a fetish for fear. Ra's used him because Crane could make best use of the blue flower drug, and they need Falconie to set things up. Ra's would have gotten rid of both after he was done.

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