YONGMAO STT403 tower crane

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INFO:Topless

LIFTIMG:18/20/24T

Tip load:2.56T

ARM LENGTH:80M

HEIGHT:79.6M


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:War is Kind by Stephen Crane.?
“War is Kind” is the first poem of Stephen Crane’s second collection of poems, War is Kind and Other Lines, published in 1899, less than a year before he died. The poem is sometimes referred to by its first line, “Do not weep, maiden, for war is kind.” The subject of the poem is war and its effects. In this way it echoes the stories and scenes from Crane’s Civil War novel, The Red Badge of Courage. Though Crane had been turned down because of poor health when he volunteered to enlist in the U.S. Navy, he saw his share of war and death as a journalist, covering conflicts in Greece, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and Spain. When Crane published War is Kind and Other Lines he and his wife, Cora, were deeply in debt. Having already established his literary reputation at 23 as the author of The Red Badge of Courage and many newspaper stories on wars around the globe, Crane was able to secure an advance for the collection. Many of the short parable-like, densely imagistic lyrics in the collection deal with God’s absence, the indifference of nature, the ironies of war, and the vagaries of love. “War is Kind” itself is a 26-line poem in five stanzas focusing on the emotional loss of three women whose lover, father, and son, respectively, have died in war. Crane’s detailed snapshots of the fallen men in the first, third, and fifth stanzas evoke the savagery of war and its inherent cruelty. The indented second and fourth stanzas function as the poem’s chorus, and provide more generalized images of war and cutting statements about the military. 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:What is the name for a group of cranes?
A sedge (or seige) of cranes.
Q:Which Styles of Kung Fu has Tiger, Monkey, Mantis, Snake, and Crane animals?
Mantis is not a part of a style, it is a style in its own right. There are also more than one type or style of Mantis. There is Southern Mantis as well as others. There are estimated to be at least 300 to 400, and possibly more style of Kung-Fu. Man have more than one version of branch. Do not get caught up in the idea that Shaolin contains this or that as the subject is controversial at best. You mentioned Shaolin as being Dragon Leopard, Tiger, Snake and Crane. But truth is that everyone did not learn all of those styles. Many students were taught only one of them. The problem here is that people tend to assume that things are always one way, when in fact they often break all rules of assumption. Monkey is another concept or style that is often misunderstood. There is and is not such a thing as a monkey style. It is not easy to clearly explain. The few styles that are called Monkey styles are rare. There is also what ar known as drunken styles. These are not always separate styles but sometimes are taught as a version or level of other styles. Drunken Monkey is often perceived to be a set style or referring to only one specific style. It is not so. drunken monkey can refer to more than one variation of this and may also be seen as something coming form more than one unrelated style. As I have attempted to do, it is a difficult and confusing subject that is often not clear or correct as to what has been published about it. ....
Q:Construction tower crane operator certificate expires, how to verify?
Six, related requirementsEach enterprise shall, according to the notification requirements, arrange the personnel engaged in the work of this unit, and invite every unit to earnestly examine and clean up, and those who have not obtained the certificate will sign up for the training. The certificate into the industry qualification management, obtain the job qualification certificate, can engage in the corresponding work, and as an important basis for certification.Seven, registration requirements and locationsStarting from now on, please bring your ID card copy and one inch registration photo for you when you sign up for two. Fill in "Chongqing construction crane operator qualification table", the applicant's employer to the District Construction Committee, post training center application.Contact: He Zongfang, Hu Baofeng, zip code: 401120Tel: 67376688 Fax: 67800098E-mail:ybjsgp@163.comHttp://www.cqybjs.com (Yubei construction information network)Hereby notifyChongqing Yubei District construction post training centerFebruary 20, 2008
Q:what is the function of load indicator on a crane?
it indicates the load being placed on the crane so the operator can keep the load within limits.
Q:What does the crane mean to the Korean people?
The crane mates for life. Most birds do not and very few mammals. So it is a symbol of fidelity and faithfulness or loyalty to one's chosen mate. They are also very long-lived, up to 70 years in captivity, and so are symbols also of longevity. See nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Birds/...
Q:why is the crane an important invention?
A crane allows us to place light or heavy loads with precession and safety; on top of buildings, across water ways, down mine shafts and over obstacles. Building a pyramid today would be done with cranes, instead of building ramps to slide the massive stone blocks up. Cranes speed up any construction project. Cranes eliminate a lot of manual labor. Cranes prevent injuries by doing the hard work. One example, we used a crane to lift off an entire house roof, in one piece. We then built a second story and then used the crane again to put the roof back on. Without a crane, it would have taken several days to tear off the shingles, remove the roof sheeting and the trusses, not to mention the money saved. The building codes do not allow the reuse of wood trusses, yet not taking the roof apart, allowed use to reuse the trusses, a savings of hundreds of dollars. Wingman
Q:Who should defend God, Denny Crane or Alan Shore?
Why oh why do you guys always blame God for man's actions? Oh, so dumb!! There is something called the conscience that God has placed in every human being. We should know right from wrong and often and most times people choose to do what is wrong. Your conscience is God's way of telling you which one to choose. That is where He speaks to us. You will be judged for your actions by your conscience and by the Almighty God.
Q:How to build a strong paper crane?
Fact: paper is relatively strong when you pull on it, but when you push on it, it easily crumples. Build your crane out of several bars. Bars that are being pushed upon by the weight need to resist the crumpling. A good way to do this is to roll a sheet of paper into a tube form to make the bars. Bars that are only being pulled on don't need to be more than a sheet of paper. A frame cranes are simple to make: www.lni.wa.gov/wisha/rules/generalsafety/images/24_d2_a-frame.gif
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.

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