TC3508 With Jib 35M and 0.8Ton Tip Load Hammer Head

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TC3508 Description

Feature: Tower Crane                       Condition: New

Rated Loading Capacity: 2.5T                        Rated Lifting Moment: 250KN.M

Max. Lifting Load:2.5T                         Max. Lifting Height: 60M

Span: 3-35M                                      Model Number: TC3508

Certification: ISO,CE                          Warranty: 12 Month

After-sales Service Provided: Overseas third-party support available

TC3508 Features

free height: 30m        max.height: 60m

jib length: 35m          rope length:180m

tip load: 0.8t            max.load: 2.5t

power capacity: 18kw

power supply: 380V/50Hz or according to clients need

Mast section:1.5x1.5x2.2m

TC3508 Specification

TC3508 With Jib 35M and 0.8Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

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TC3508 With Jib 35M and 0.8Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

TC3508 With Jib 35M and 0.8Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

TC3508 With Jib 35M and 0.8Ton Tip Load  Hammer Head

 

TC3508 FAQ

1. New designed mast, can be used to Internal and external climbing tower crane

2. Famous brand mechanism system, Schneider Electronic control system, jiangte and jiuhe motor

3 Engineers available to service machinery. overseas. 

4 For warranty, it is 12 months from the B/L date.What's more, some free easy worn spare parts are provided together with the crane.

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The brake horsepower is the power delivered to the load by the engine under specified operating conditions. The engine delivers 30 X 745.7 = 22371 watts to the generator. A machine described as a 20 kW, 200 V shunt generator would be assumed to be a DC generator with a nominal rating of 20 kW at 200 V dc. It would be capable or delivering 20 kW, but the actual delivered power is not stated. You could assume that the generator is operating at full load. If that is the case, the total losses, copper, iron and friction would then be 22371 - 20000 = 2371 watts. If you have been given that the iron and friction losses are 1039 watts, the copper losses must be 2371 - 1039 = 1331 watts. There is no information given in the problem, such as armature and field resistance, that could be used to calculate the copper losses. If you had that information, you could calculate that the copper losses are 1331 watts and from that calculate the iron and friction losses. Are you sure that you are not supposed use machine specifications provided in another problem?
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