TCP6013B Topless Tower Crane

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·   Customer can tell Masan the detailed specifications and Masan can make the suitable products for customers. This is topless tower crane, it can meet the different construction situatation.

·    Manufacturing Year: 2014

·   Jib Length: 60m

·    Free Height Under Hook: 45m

· Max. Load: 6T

·  Tip load: 1.3T

·   Mast Section Dimension(m): 1.83x1.83x3

· Hoisting Speed(m/min) & power: 8.5/40/80 24Kw

·   Slewing Speed (r/min) & power: 0~0.8 2x4Kw frequency

·    Trolleying Speed (m/min) & power: 43.7/21.7 3.3/2.2kw

·  Cable specification: 3x16+2x10

·     Power Supply: 400V(+6% -10%)50HZ

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Q:I am about to take appointed persons test (crane) how do you calculate loadings for lifting and point loading?
If you are going to be operating a crane, you need to do this on your own. People's lives will depend on you having a good knowledge in this area. .
Q:What was the mekhane (crane) used for in Greek plays?
For actors playing the gods. The Greeks loved theatre, and just like today, there were cheap productions with little merit or wothiness for remembrance. In these cheaper plays, the creators would try to appeal to the people's religious convictions by having one of the gods (usually Zeus) descending from heaven to resolve the conflict and set things right. To present this in theatre form, the actor would be lowered down to stage on a crane in order to simulate the god descending from heaven. This became such a tired cliche in ancient Greece that the phrase Deus Ex Machina, which translates to God of the Machine, has come to mean An unexpected, artificial, or improbable character, device, or event introduced suddenly in a work of fiction or drama to resolve a situation or untangle a plot.
Q:How do i keep crane flys (daddy long legs) away?
Yeah i know what you mean regarding these flying critters as i get them all the time ;-( All you can do is keep your windows closed and hope for the best ....but 1 or 2 always seem to find a way in.....and then when its dark and your in bed they can even flutter around your face..... If you do find a way to stop them.................................let me know ;-) www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecolog...
Q:How does cranes make use of simple machines?
a crane has a pulley in order to reduce the workload. Each time there is a loop of the pulley made the workload is reduced.
Q:If you got the chance, would you buy paper cranes?
no!! why would i when i can make my own cranes!!! and why would i want paper cranes anyways!!
Q:Mosquito Eater (Crane Fly) Problems?
Crane Fly larva are rat-tailed maggots that prefer stagnant, even polluted water. Check around your neighborhood to see if you have any stagnant pools (I've seen them in water-filled tree hollows, but this sounds like a more significant source) or polluted, but low-flowing, streams. If you find any, this might be a good opportunity to do a little environmental restoration.
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:If a crane fly loses a leg...?
Chances are, it won't be O.K. Some spiders can release their legs, but only if given fair warning (a gentle tug). If the crane fly lost his leg violently, he will probably die from the injury. Whether or not the injury kills him, he will, of course, be more vulnerable to predators. Not to be morbid or cold, because I really do love animals, and hate to see harm come even to the under appreciated invertebrates, but the Crane fly usually only lives a couple of days, so as long as he mated, his job on earth was finished anyway.
Q:How do tower cranes rise?
The weight and concrete foundation shall be made in advance and marked, and the ground ground endurance shall be no less than 20T per square meter. The chassis and standard sections are then assembled on this basis. The standard section of tower crane is the main part of the main part of tower crane. It is also the main role of heightening the height of tower crane". In the construction process, tower crane accompanied by the rise of buildings, naturally need to heighten. When the tower is hoisted, the upper frame is raised upwards with the jack up, so that there is a space between the tower body and the frame, and the standard section of the tower body is installed in the space. In this way, the purpose of the tower crane is realized.
Q:How the Tower Cranes becomes longer or Shorter?
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