Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number PT7528

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PT7528  Description

Feature: Tower Crane

Condition: New

Rated Loading Capacity: 18

Rated Lifting Moment: 3150

Max. Lifting Load: 18

Max. Lifting Height: 200

Span: 75

Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

Brand Name: JINKUI

Model Number: PT7528

Warranty: one year

After-sales Service Provided: Engineers available to service machinery overseas

Certification: ISO9001:2000; CE;Ukraine & Belarus Certificate 

Colour: Orange/ Yellow 

PT7528    Features

1.Thirteen years of experience in supplying new self-erecting tower crane with Huiyou Brand.

2. Export to more than 20 countries with CE/ISO/GOST Certificates.

3. Stationary/Travelling, external/ internal climbing tower crane 

4. Impeller blasting/rust protection paint

5. Advanced painting process

6. Potain masts designed with dismountable panels, making teansport easier and cheaper. 

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

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

9. Engineers available to service machinery overseas.   

PT7528  Specification

 Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number PT7528

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Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number PT7528

Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number PT7528

Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number PT7528

PT7528   FAQ

Q: What is 3 main mechanism of the tower crane?

A: there are trolleying mechanism/ slewing mechanism/ hoisting mechanism.

 

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.


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.


 

 

 

 


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Q:what is the load combination with crane load and seismic load according to asce?
Asd Load Combinations
Q:Tower crane, this model inside each letter number represents what meaning, ask the great God to inform.TCT7527-20, TC6015A-10E
Two, weight: rated lifting weight and maximum weight. The maximum rated lifting weight refers to the biggest boom in quality to allow the minimum amplitude of the tower crane, is one of the main technical parameters of the tower crane. Three, lifting...
Q:how many different types of cranes and winches are there?
A bit more information might help. In England there are Winches and then there are winches. As for Cranes are we talking about birds.........actually there are only a few type of each.......but there can be quite a few variations of the basic types. let's say 6 types of cranes and 4 or 5 winches.
Q:If Fujian White Crane Kung Fu influenced Goju-ryu and Uechi-ryu than what Kung Fu style influenced Shotokan?
White Crane, Whooping Crane*, Hsing/Xing Yi, Shaolin Monk Fist*, are all 'known' influences of Okinawan martial arts. However it should be noted that there are over 1,000 years of contact between the Ryukyu islands and China starting in the late 600's*. So there are many, many possible influences of Okinawan martial arts. Goju Ryu was heavily influenced by White Crane, namely because of Xie Zhongxiang (Ryuru Ko) who taught Higaonna Sensei his altered system of Whooping Crane Kung Fu. Goju Ryu was also influenced by Shaolin Monk Fist, and Baguazhang, when Miyagi Sensei spent his time in China in the Fuzho Province (also Fujian). The linear style that you are looking for comes from the Shaolin influence. There's a great person to ask any questions on Goju Ryu on here. His sn is nwohioguy, and he is quite knowledgeable. EDIT - To satisfy your hunger for the Tiger Style and it's involvement in Karate's development, I will offer this. Tiger was a style taught at the Shaolin Temple so it may have some influence. Even though many different styles have had influence throughout the years, the most notable are the White Crane of Shaolin and Hsing Yi. Shotokan is of similar origins as Goju Ryu with Sokon/Bushi Matsumura studying White Crane as well in China, and Ankoh Itosu studying under him. Those two trained Gichin Funakoshi who formulated Shotokan from that while in Japan. EDIT - Yup, I'd have to second Shihan J about Okinawan Karate being influenced by more than just China. (I left it only in the China realm because that was your focus, but there was a lot going on to influence the growth of that area.)
Q:CAB BE CRANE BOOM EXTENDED AT 0 DEEGREE BOOM ANGLE?
The answer is yes. The amount of the lift weight depends on the weight of the counter weights on the back of the crane. There is an indicator (printed or electronic) which indicates the maximum lift based on angle and extension. TexMav
Q:ok, so if chad is a crane then why doesnt he stay in the mansion? he is a crane right?
Chad is a Crane, for those who are saying that he isn't. He is Alister's son with Eve's adopted sister Liz (Eve and Liz aren't blood related). He was living at the studio for the longest and I guess he got adjusted to it. I would think Chad doesn't want to be involved in what goes on in the mansion. Fox is a Crane too, and he doesn't live in the mansion. He lives with Kay at Tabitha's house. Sheridan doesn't live in the mansion, but yes, she lives on the premises in the cottage.
Q:How do tower cranes stay balanced when they have very long booms and very heavy loads moved inward and out?
I think the counter weights are connected to a pully system that directly interacts with the boom and hook movement. This way it can put more or less pull on the weights according to the amount of weight or position of the weight on the crane.
Q:in the red badge of courage explain the mechanical metaphor crane uses to describe war?
I don't have a copy of TRBOC around but what you want to look for is a passage in which war is compared to, say, a machine of some sort.
Q:Tower crane; command; gesture
8. the hook falls slightly: the arm extends to the side, front and bottom, with the angle of the body about 30 degrees, palm down, with the wrist as the axis, repeatedly swinging downward palm.9. hook horizontal move slightly: small arm toward the side of the natural extension, fingers together, palms outward, in the direction of the load should be running, repeat the slow horizontal movement.10., micro range: double arm bent, extended to one side, five fingers straight, palms relative, and the distance between the load and the distance to move.11. directions of landing: five fingers unbend, point out the position where the load should fall.12. stop: small arm horizontally placed in front of the chest, fingers outstretched, palms down, horizontal swing to the side.13. emergency stop: two small arm level placed in his fingers outstretched, palms downwards, while waving to the level of both sides.14. end of work: stretch your hands and fingers and cross over at the front of your forehead.
Q:WHAT IS A WADDLE CRANE?
A Bird

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