Tower Crane TC4808 construction machinery Manufacturer

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$40,000.00 - 80,000.00 / unit
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China main port
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TT or LC
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1 unit
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Packaging & Delivery of Tower Crane TC4808


Packaging Detail: Nude package          

Delivery Detail: 25-30days

 

Main Feature of Tower Crane TC4808


Our tower crane is self-erecting and wall-attached tower crane, in addition to it's advanced parameters, reliable performance, well-looking appearance, and excellent quality.

 

It has characteristica such as long boom, largeworking coverage, hydraulic rising, and tandem mounted tower body.

 

It's design idea shows advantages including simple structure and good applicability, convenient maintainability, and lower price at the same time to emphasize meeting the requirement from construction units at different levels.

 

It's lifting height is obviously increased thanks to its self-erecting and wall attached function.

 

It is applicable for construction of different industrial, commercial, office, and civil building lower than 220m, and becomes an ideal service-building machine at home.

 

Tower Crane TC4808 Specifiction


Independent height (m)

31.5

Max height with attachment (m)

110

Working range can be adjustedm

384348

Min working rangem

2.25

Max lifting capacityt

4

Tip load @ 48mt

0.8

Hoist mechanism

Falls

2

4

Lifting capacityt

1

2

2

2

4

4

Speedm/min

70

35

7

35

17.5

3.5

Motor

YZTD225M2-4/8 /32    15/15/3.5KW

Trolleying mechanism

Speedm/min

20/40

Motor

YDEJ100-4 /8   2.4/1.5KW

Slewing mechanism

Speedr/min

0-0.6

Motor

YD132S-6/8  2.4/1.8KW

Climbing speedm/min

0.4

Counterweightt

7.6

Mast section sizeL×W×Hm

1.4×1.4×2m

Working temperature

-40+60

Total power (KW)

23

Power supply requirement (KVA)

115KVA for generator

Cable type ( within 30 meters from site power source to lower

 electric box of tower crane )

25mm23+2, 5 cores

Startup voltage & current

380V×95%=361V       180A

Rated working voltage & current

380V                   65A

 

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FAQ of Tower Crane

 

Q: What is the principal to quote the right tower crane to the client?

A: First, we need to know clients’ requirements. Normally the following information should be clarified by the client: max lifting capacity, height (height under hook), tip load and jib length.

Second, we need to know what the foundation requirement from the client is. (Fixed/undercarriage/ undercarriage with traveling system), mast section type (panel/integrated), power supply source (voltage, ampere and frequency), the distance between the machine and power supply……

Third if there are special needs, we could suggest proposal according to clear data provided by the clients. End-user, as construction machinery buyer, knows the site situation well and should make decision, such as the machinery specification, type…….

 

Q: What about our tower crane's warranty?

A: Usually there is one-year quality warranty including main electronic parts (not including consumable parts). There are consumable spare parts together with whole machine and normally they are enough for one year.

 

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

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

 

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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...keep it to the dinosour
Q:HELP me CRANE FLYS ARE IN MY HOUSE 5 AT LEAST!?
The spiders in your house will kill them and eat them. If you don't have spiders, just wait. They will come in for your crane flies. If you must get rid of them before the spiders do the work, use your vacuum. The crevice tool will suck them up and crush them in the bag. I had one in my house this morning. It was hanging around my east window as the sun was coming up. I used a towel to guide it toward the open patio door. You do need to be up about dawn for this to work.
Q:Where did Stature of the crane originate?
Didn't you just ask this question a couple of days ago? When you do this, you set yourself up to be reported. When you say the stature, do you mean stance and posture? I'm taking that as a yes... Here is the answer - there is no single crane stance. All the postures and stances you practice in Crane arts are Crane stances and postures. I am a student of White Crane. There is a Crane style that originated in Tibet that is actually related to the White Ape. Then there is the White Crane school developed in the Yong Chun Village in Fukien Province, China. The Okinawans where taught concepts of White Crane, some of the forms and the most important part of White Crane which is Sam Chien training - aka Sanchin. This is the Internal training which develops Iron Body.
Q:Did Noah build the Ark with no power tools, nails, or crane?
What do you mean, he didn't have any cranes? Back in those days, before dinosaurs were wiped out in the flood, Brontosauruses were used as cranes. Haven't you ever watched the Flintstones?
Q:Breifly explain the brake system in the lifting devices ex. Over head crane?
Cranes work using hydraulics and cables. The cables are wrapped around pulleys and the pulley is turned using hydraulic power. The brake system is simply stopping the pulley from turning by reducing power. The hydraulic system typically will turn a series of gears which in turn spins the pulley that the cable is wrapped around. It's different than a brake system say on a car where when you hit the brakes, pads squeeze on the interior of the wheel rim slowing it down. Cranes you just reduce power and stop the pulley from turning. They also have emergency stops. Older cranes have wedges that would be released onto the cable and then the wedges would grab the cable and slip into a ring. The narrow end of the wedges would slip into the ring first and then as the wedges increased in diameter the grip on the cable would get tighter and then stop the cable from moving. They also have systems on the pulleys to stop the pulley from spinning. They essentially work the same way as a car break. When the emergency brake is triggered, pads will squeeze on the rim of the pulley to stop it. These mechanisms work by friction. They could also have holes around the pulley and a steel pin would be pushed into one of the holes to stop it from spinning. Of course if the force of the weight exceeded the strength of the pin, it would shear.
Q:Entomology Question Crane flies?
Most adult crane flies do not have functioning mouth parts so they are unlikely to feed even on nectar. Once they have mated they quickly become the prey of birds, spiders, etc, and their corpses are also cleared up by ants and so on. Certainly they don't survive for long.
Q:Two cranes lifting at the same time .One has twice as much power explain this difference?
Mechanical advantage. One boom may be at a lower angle than that of the other causing more force to be required to lift.
Q:what is crane rigging?
Wire rope is twisted line made of stainless, or high tensile steel. Rigging refers to the slings, or chains that attach the load to the lift hook. Rigging also refers to the act of attaching a load to a load handling device, such as a crane.
Q:What do you know about Cranes (not the construction equipment, or the paper, the birds!)?
Cranes are considered sacred birds in many cultures. Volumes are written about their spiritual significance. Google Sacred Cranes.
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.

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