YONGMAO STL420A tower crane

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Tower Crane Model Type:Luffing

Max. Lifting Capacity:25T

Tip load:4.7T

Arm Length:60M

Independent Height:60.4M


Founded in the year of 1996, Yongmao is one of the key suppliers specialized in manufacturing construction machinery and engineering equipment.

We currently offer a variety of tower cranes which are broadly classified under the Topless STT series, the ST series, the Luffing STL series and the Derrick QD series, as well as crawler cranes and modified vehicles.

Yongmao tower cranes have not only been working for various domestic projects like hydroelectric power plants, nuclear power plants, shipyard, wharf, bridge, aerospace etc. but also acting in numerous construction projects all over the world.

Yongmao appreciates the reliance and confidence given by its valuable users all over the world and feels very proud of its ability and capability to contribute value added services to its users both at home and abroad.

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Q:Tower crane 10-5-20 is 6T, and 10-5-21 is 8T. What do you mean by tons?
6T/8T refers to the maximum lifting capacity of a tower crane. It doesn't matter what 10-5-20 has to do with it. Maybe your list of numbers is serial number.
Q:Is JIB type crane better than Telescopic Cranes ?
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Q:in the short story open boat by stephen crane how does he define Fate?
Without doing your work for you, Crane is a naturalist. They believe nature works at random, and is completely unsympathetic to man's plight in the process. Hence, the oiler dies. He was probably the strongest one in the boat. So, how does that translate into the concept of fate?
Q:in the karate kid 1984 is the crane kick something they just put in the movie and not real ?
The Crane kick is an actual Martial Arts move it is done in some Hung Ga Kung Fu forms but differently than the one in the movie because it is done without jumping and is much faster the crane kick in the Karate Kid is just a figment of the director and screen writers imaginations.
Q:lifting a machine with two crane and a beam?
You left out crucial information and working it out with risky assumptions takes too much work. Whatever this was supposed to mean Machin connect to beam in 3 point What is missing is whether the cranes connect to the end and the entire weight of the machine is in the middle - or is the machine attached at 3 distributed points. In addition, there has to be some condition - looking at the ASTM spec will give strength, but you have specified whether the beam is to be just at failure or 50% safety factor, etc.
Q:In the story Cranes, what was Tokchae's mission for the league?
The main idea of Cranes by Hwang Sun-Won is more of a symbolic thing; he uses different objects such as chestnuts and cigarettes, as well as the cranes in the story to convey his hope and his dream, along with his message. He is expressing the power of war, particularly civil war, which can rip apart families, neighbors and the best of friends. The story, unlike many other tragic civil war tales, is not focused on the idealogical difference btw Tok-Chae and Song-Sam. Rather, it is about the human tragedy of the Korean War. Tok-Chae and Song-Sam were ripped apart by the War. Song-Sam, on his return to his village, he finds Tok-Chae and decides to escort him to a Public Peace Police office a few miles away. On the way, he gets flashbacks and talks with Tok-Chae. These things help to change his mind and he frees Tok-Chae. This is symbolized by the two cranes which soared high into the sky. Hwang-Sun Won conveys his message effectively; unification will be achieved and is needed to repair such ties like Tok-Chae and Song-Sam. He is saying that the two cranes will fly together once more.
Q:What should we do after folding the 1,000 cranes?
I've only heard of putting them up on strings and you could give them as gifts .. Oh and you could also frame them by laying them flat
Q:Is it true that crane flies are THE most venomous insects in the world?
Daddy-long-legs is a term used in different parts of the world for crane flies, harvestmen and cellar spiders. Crane flies and harvestmen are completely harmless, have no venom and don't bite. Cellar spiders which are long legged spiders found in many parts of the world can bite and are venomous but the venom has little effect on humans and a bite is less than that of a flea or a mosquito. The reason cellar spiders got their reputation is that they have been seen catching, killing and eating other spiders such as black widows. It was thought that a spider capable of killing a highly venomous spider such as a black widow must be highly venomous itself. This is not the case and cellar spiders are no threat to humans.
Q:how did charles darwin influence stephen cranes writing?
Influenced by Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, Crane believed that people’s actions were determined by environmental factors rather than by conscious choices on their part. He believed also that conflict was the crucible in which human development occurred, and thus was attracted to the violent and seamy aspects of human experience.
Q:why are there so many crane collapses?
You okorder.com.. This chart is not definitive, it leaves out many occupations (such as mining), it only considers fatalities (not loss of limbs, etc.) but it conveys the general picture. For hard data look at: www.bls.gov/iif/

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