Toples Tower Crane TCP5210 With Jib length of 52M

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TC5210 Description

Feature: Tower Crane                       

Condition: New

Rated Loading Capacity: 6T            

Rated Lifting Moment: 630KN.M

Max. Lifting Load: 6T                        

Max. Lifting Height: 150M

Span: 0-52M                                     

Model Number: TCP5010

Certification: ISO,CE                     

Warranty: 12 Month

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

 

TC5210 Features

free height: 50m        

max.height: 150m  

jib length: 52m

tip load: 1.0t            

max.load: 6t

power capacity: 24.9kw

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

 

TC5010 Specification

Model: QTZ63P(5210)

Jib length: 52m

Maximum load: 6 tons

Tip load: 1.0t

Freestanding height: 40m

Max. height: 150m

Mast section: 1.68 x1.68x2.5m

Main materials: 125x10mm welded square tube, Q235B

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Toples Tower Crane TCP5210 With Jib length of  52M

Toples Tower Crane TCP5210 With Jib length of  52M

Toples Tower Crane TCP5210 With Jib length of  52M

Toples Tower Crane TCP5210 With Jib length of  52M

Toples Tower Crane TCP5210 With Jib length of  52M

 

 

 

 

TC5210 FAQ

Q: Can you equip with light on tower crane jib, monitor, remote control and anemometer?

A: Sure. All of these could be provided with extra cost upon the clients’ requirements. But according to general practice, remote control is not suggested because most of the operator feedback operation in the cabin will provide a wide working view.

 

Q: What is the function of the monitor?

A: Monitor, namely inspection system (like black box), which could store 10000 tower crane operation reports, and it is recommended to be installed in big cranes more than 16t.

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