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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


Tower Crane TC7135 Diagram:

Tower Crane TC7135 ConstructionEquipment Building Machinery For Distributor

Tower Crane TC7135 ConstructionEquipment Building Machinery For Distributor

Tower Crane TC7135 Technical Sheet:

Tower Crane TC7135 ConstructionEquipment Building Machinery For Distributor

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:What is the theme of the poem A man to the universe by Stephen Crane?
In the poem “A Man said to the Universe” by Stephen Crane three distinct images appear as the reader relates man and universe as they fit into their cosmic role. The simplicity of the five line poem envelopes man’s perception of his place among the universe, the universe’s perception of its role in the order of life, and the relationship of both man and universe in regards to the enormity of the cosmos. Collectively, these three components create a profound thought on creation. By Folrani Adewale
Q:Does taichi use the animal fists, crane,monkey,dragon,tiger, ect?
The answers you get from the people are perfect. However, you have a misconception about 'animal' movements but you are not the only one in this forum. There are two aspects that one need to remember as far as CMA is concerned. The physical movements mimicking an animal (real or imaginery) movement is one aspect that some schools incorporate and schools are named after the chosen animal, e.g. Tiger and Crane, Black Tiger, White Crane, etc. The second aspect is the adoption of the 'essence' of the animal, for instance, the 7-Star Praying Mantis' Xiao Hu Yan fist set, which adopts the ferocity of the Tiger (Hu), and the swiftness of the Swallow (Yan), and the whole set has no tiger claw hand movements, only the praying mantis claws are apparent. The adoption of the essence of the animals is more prevalent amongst Northern CMA, e.g. Tong Bei Chuen, adopts the fighting style of the White Ape (legend said that the founder was taught by a white ape), but the fist sets have no ape-ing around whereas, the Southern CMAs prefers the identities of the animals on the hand-movements, and thus, we have tiger-claws, leopard punch, white crane flaps and beak, eagle claws, etc. Some schools will incorporate the sound of roaring in their tiger forms. You asked about Taiji which I know a little. There are these movements called the White Crane stretches its wings, Bai He Liang Chi, Wild Horse separates the mane, Ye Ma Fen Choong, Golden Cockerel standing on one leg Jin Che Du Li, are some animal 'fists' if you can find in the more familiar Wu-style taijichuan. But, when you go into Ma-family taijichuan, there are 10-animal movements, but still, as said, no tiger claws in its tiger-movements; only the essence of the animals are in the set. So, I suppose what I have given you should answer your question somewhat.
Q:why does the power company use helicopters to service the repair lines instead of trucks with tall cranes?
High-tension lines operate at hundreds of thousands, or millions, of volts. At this potential, electricity can jump through several feet of air to reach a path to ground. This pretty much rules out using trucks, because it would be prohibitively expensive or impossible to build a crane out of entirely non-conductive materials. A helicopter is electrically isolated from the ground, so it's less difficult to drop a technician off and let him hang from the line itself while working. (It is still necessary for the technician to use a wand to bring the helicopter to the line's potential before starting work, because of the capacitance of the helicopter's body.) They could of course use a truck to service the lines if the power was disconnected, but the cost of shutting down service to an entire region of the country exceeds the operating cost of a helicopter.
Q:Hello! (Spare parts Crane P & H)? We need information of manufacturers Crane P & H (U.S.).?
they claim to have what you need. Good luck, I bet it's near impossable to get parts over there. You have a lot of work?
Q:Does anyone have any info on John B. Crane?
Do you mean the Lecturer John B. Crane of the Redpath Chautauqua Collection? Thats the only one I know.
Q:How do they get large cranes on top of buildings?
The use other large cranes. They put them up there piece by piece, and sometimes use cranes on the ground to hold pieces up while they assemble them.
Q:How to draw an injured crane with an arrow in it's wing?
Shoot a crane with an arrow and take a picture. Life drawing and technology mesh well.
Q:How does a climbing or tower crane work?
They add extra stages from the bottom. A tower crane is erected from a boom assembly, first and second tower sections of different cross section, and a base in a sequence of steps in which the boom assembly is mounted on a hollow climbing section dimensioned to be received in each of the larger second tower sections and defining a cavity dimensioned to receive each of the first tower sections. One of the latter is secured on a base in upright position, and the upright section is received in the cavity of the climbing section which is then raised relative to the first section and enveloped by one of the second sections. The enveloping section is secured to the base and the raised climbing section for supporting the climbing section whereupon the first tower section may be released from the base, raised, and secured to the second tower section. The climbing section may then be raised relative to the first tower section to permit the installation of another second section, and the procedure repeated, until all second or larger tower sections are superimposed on each other, the one first section being ultimately attached to the topmost second section. When the climbing section is raised relative to the attached first section, another first section may be superimposed on the one first section and the procedure repeated until the slimmer portion of the tower is assembled from superimposed first sections. Ultimately, the boom assembly is attached to the topmost first tower section, and the climbing section may be removed or stored for further use on the wider, lower tower portion.

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