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Tower Crane TC7135 Description:

1.CMAX Tower Crane TC7135  is one of the main product of CNBM company, which have competitive price and excellent quality, suitable for all kinds of construction project and can work under all kinds of work condition.

2. Tower Crane TC7135 can adopts standard section hydraulic lifting and connecting, and can decide the crane height according to the actual height of the building, and at the same time the lifting capacity will not be affected.

3. Tower Crane TC7135 has high working speed, good speed-adjusting performance, steady operation and high efficiency. Three-speed motor and mono-speed ratio decelerator are applied in the lifting struction, which enables heavy load low speed and light load high speed.

4.Tower Crane TC7135  has complete set of safety devices, which can guarantee the safe and high efficienct operation of the equipment. The machine is equipped with lifting height limiter, dolly range-change limiter, moment limiter,weightlimiter,circumgyrating limiter,and so on. 

5.Tower Crane TC7135  has scientific layout and beautiful appearance. The operator's room is set independently on one side, with good vision field. It creates a good working environment for the operato.


Tower Crane TC7135 Parameter:

 Max. working range 71m, tip lifting weight 3.5T and Max. lifting weight 16T.

Hoisting mechanism fitted with three speed motor, stable braking and less shock when shifting.

Trolleying mechanism can provide two operation speeds.

Free standing height (m) 50

Max height with attachment (m) 200

Working range can be adjusted (m) 50、55、60、65、71

Min working range (m) 2.5

Max lifting capacity (t) 16

Tip load @ 50m (t) 3.5

Tower Crane TC7135  Packaging & Delivery:

40HQ container

20~25days after deposit


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Tower Crane TC7135 ConstructionEquipment Building Machinery Distributor Sales

Tower Crane TC7135 FAQ:

1.What is tower crane?

Tower crane is a modern form of balance crane that consist of the same basic parts. Fixed to the ground on a concrete foundation (and sometimes attached to the sides of structures as well), tower cranes often give the best combination of height and lifting capacity and are used in the construction site.

2. What is the meaning of the tower crane’s code?

Take Tower Crane TC7135 for example, the first two letters “TC” means Tower Crane, “71”means jib length is 71 meter, and the last two letter “35” means the tip load is :3.5 ton.

3. What is the principal to quote the right tower crane to the client?

First, we need to know clients’ requirements,for example, max lifting capacity, height, tip load and jib length.. Second, we need to know what the foundation requirement from the client is and Third if there are special needs. CNBM could suggest proposal according to clear data provided by the clients. 

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Q:Biblical meaning of a crane?
In His Word, The Bible. Luke 8:21 21 And he answered and said unto them, My mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God
Q:Is there a world record for making paper cranes?
It's said that if you fold 1 thousand paper cranes in a year you get a wish. By february I had 245 done....so I quit. lol
Q:Why is it that during the end of the last code geass epsidoe they zoomed in on the pink paper crane?
C.C taught Nunally how to make those paper cranes. It's the symbol of love and hope, I think. It's the symbol of a dream that Lelouch was able to accomplish. And symbol of life. It has many meanings. It just depends on how you interpret it))))
Q:How do you win something from those crane machines in stores?????
PICK SUMTHIN THAT IS CLOSE TO THE HOLE AND TRY TO PICK IT UP WITH THE CRANE
Q:What kind of energy/effort is used to power a crane?
A crane is a pulley and using simple machines like wedges, screws, pulleys etc. takes less work.
Q:How did Romans make columns in roman times Without cranes?
Columns weren't one piece - they were stacked. They had cranes of a type the used human lifting power.
Q:how does a skyscraper crane use moments ?
OK... So what has your homework actually asked you to explain? Can you post the question...? There are moment forces going through a crane, is the aim of the homework simply for you to explain what a moment force is using a specific example ? A crane can be thought of in simple terms as a cantilever, ie one supported end and one free end, the lever arm force as it is sometimes referred to in schools is actually the moment force i.e. the moment for a crane with a boom L=40m long lifting a load of P=10kN would beP*L = 10*40 = 400 kNm, this is ignoring the self weight of the boom, if the boom weighed W=1.5kN/m (thats per meter, not to be confused with kNm which is kilo newton meters) then the moment generated by the self weight would be (WL^2)/2 = (1.5*40^2)/2 = 1200kNm so the total moment would be 1600kNm, so just remember for a point load the moment is force * distance from support ( in cantilevers) hope this helps... :)
Q:Could you explain to me what's happening in the first stanza of Stephen Crane's War is Kind?
Yes, Stephen Crane talks about lost love and sacrifices in his poem. The basic casualty of war. A lover, a father and son are lost in his story and those that are left behind he tries to console. The poem is noted for the ironic use of war is kind. We all know that War is really not kind. The poem’s speaker, simultaneously sympathetic with the victims of war and cynical about the purposes of war, implicitly criticizes the image of the romantic hero, showing in graphic scenes the realities of battlefield death and the emotional torment it causes for those left behind.
Q:Can anyone help me interpret the poem Fear by Hart Crane? or North Labrador?
Analysing Poetry Close reading may seem like a foreign and unfamiliar approach to analyzing a piece of text. However, it can often yield insights that will help you to create a unique paper developed from your own interpretation of the text. To analyze the work effectively, it is useful to concentrate on specific components of literature used to build and reveal the themes in the work. This process will help you explain how a passage relates to central themes in the text allowing you to reach an intelligent and creative thesis for a literary analysis. First, choose a passage (or a series of passages) that intrigues you.
Q:Why am scared of crane flies but not spiders?!?
This is a selective entomophobia. Basically, you don't fear many insects or spiders, but specific ones trigger your anxiety. Your problem is not the bugs or spiders,(they are harmless) but your fear. This is something 'you' nurture by dwelling on this fear when you see one of these particular critters. I'm glad to hear you no longer fear spiders. you will see the same when you overcome your selective fear. You may even come to realize that the spiders and insects you do fear,are totally harmless, and you may reach a point where you can just ignore these. True, the crane fly is totally harmless and do not bite, sting, or inflict any form of hazard to humans. They can be a nuisance buzzing around your face,as they can be persistent. Adolescent years seem to be when phobias are the most prevalent, but also the easiest time to overcome fears. If you can learn to control your fear, rather than let it control you, you will overcome this. you also need to refrain from dwelling on your fear,as this will only make it worse. Last year, one of my favorite pass times was sitting on the porch watching the sunset. a little orb weaver would come from behind the light and spin her fancy web. Often, I would catch a crane fly that was bothering me and toss it into her web.

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