Flat Top Tower Crane TC 5013A for Construction

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Description of our Tower Crane

1, TC4808 have competitive price and excellent quality, suitable for all kinds of construction project and can work under all kinds of work condition. With their working radius from 2.25 to 48m, TC4808 tower cranes are famous for their large operating ranges, varied working methods and wide uses.  

2,This series of tower cranes has a horizontal jib frame, a jib-trolley radius-changing mechanism and a hydraulic self-raising mechanism.

3, It is original in design, reliable in operation and satisfactory in shape.

4,Equipped with all necessary safety devices, these cranes show a good speed-control capacity,, satisfactory operating stability and high work efficiency.

5,They are widely applied for the construction of high-rise hotels, resident buildings, high-rise industrial buildings, large-span factory buildings and tower like buildings like tall chimneys. Best after sales service will be offered which will get rid of all your worries in the purchase of our products

Advantage of our tower crane
1, boom relief Angle is big, greatly widened the equipment capacity and scope of work.
2, suitable for the group of tower cross homework.
3, boom stability is good, combination amplitude range.
4, suitable for height have special requirements occasions construction.
5, lifting capacity big, effectively solve the high steel structure construction team crane big lifting capacity requirements.

Specification of Tower Crane

Max. lifting capacity

t

6

Working range

m

3-56

Lifting Height

Independent

40.2

Adhered

151.2

Lifting speed

Double magnification

m/min

80/40

Quadruple magnification

38/19

Slewing speed

r/min

0.637

Trolleying speed

m/min

44/22

Climbing speed

0.4

Min. stable descending speed

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Overall dimensions

Foundation frame

m

8×8

Overall height

Independent

50.892

Adhered

160.892

Jib end to the swiveling center

56.17

Balance tip to swiveling center

12.39

Total weight

Structure weight

Independent

t

40.49

Adhered

80.87

counterweight

18.34

Total motor capacity

kW

41.52

Allowed operating temperature

C

-20-+40

Power supply parameters

50Hz

-380V±10%

 

 Flat Top Tower Crane TC 5013A for ConstructionFlat Top Tower Crane TC 5013A for Construction

 

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Q:How to build a basic electric magnetic crane.?
To push an object away, you need equipment that is low to the ground when it applies the force. Bulldozers are designed to push objects. Electromagentic cranes are designed to deal with vertical forces, so they are used to lift and drop metal objects. They use electricity to flow through coils wrapped around a metal core to generate a strong magnetic field. Trying to use them to push things could cause a crane to tip over since they are not designed to deal with horizontal forces. Even if you could get the electromagnet wired to repel metal objects, when you bring the electromagnet near the object, it would repel away in an unwieldy manner because of friction and interference with the ground. And trying to direct a large electromagnet at the end of a long chain would be difficult.
Q:Grade 4 build a working crane Help!?
Simple crane? Get a spool, maybe one from sewing thread. Attach it to a small base so that it can rotate freely. Put a pencil through the middle tight enough so that when the pencil rotates the spool rotates. Glue a tab on the end of the pencil at a right angle to the pencil so you have a handle. Attach string to the spool and then maybe a ruler or stick to a base lined up with the spool like a crane. Put a couple of eye hooks on the stick and feed the string through so it hangs down at the end of the stick, like a crane cable. At the end of the string put a springy clothspin so that when you pull the string the clothspin opens and closes. Now you can lift and lower the clothspin by rotating the spool with the pencil. Pulling on the string opens the pin to pick up things.
Q:why should i look forward to reading stephen crane?
Well, you know he lived in the late 1800s, so you probably have an idea of what his poetry will sound like. Then you read some of it, and the effect is sort of like walking into what you think is going to be a prissy hair salon and being whacked over the head with a bunch of bananas wielded by a glow-in-the-dark green monkey from Jupiter. Crane's stuff is that weird. And I mean that in a good way.
Q:How do i make an origami flapping crane?
You are asking for a lot but I have seen you request this a number of times, so I will do it...a sucker born. 1. Valley fold the paper in half so it makes a triangle. With the long side held away from you, valley fold the triangle in half again. 2. Lift the top triangle and valley fold it so that its top point meets its bottom point. Unfold the crease you have just made. Put your fingers inside the top triangle, open it up, and flatten it so it forms a square. Turn the paper over and fold and flatten the remaining triangle in the same way. 3. Make sure that the open ends of the paper are pointing down. Valley fold the top layer of both sides in to meet the centre crease. You will now have a kite shape. 4. Valley fold the top point of the kite down and crease well. Unfold the crease you have just made. 5. Open the sides of the kite by unfolding the flaps you made in Step 3. Lift the top layer of the kite's bottom point up so the paper bends at the crease you made in Step 4. Push the outside edges of the paper in to meet the centre line. Then flatten the figure so that you have a long diamond shape. 6. Turn the figure over and fold a kite shape on the remaining side as in Step 3. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 on this side. You will now have a two-sided long diamond. The bottom half of the diamond is split in two. 7. Valley fold the top layer of both bottom edges in to meet in the middle. Turn the figure over and repeat on the other side. 8. To make the crane's neck and tail, valley fold each half of the bottom section out to the sides. Crease well. 9. Unfold the right crease you just made and make an inside reverse fold. Repeat this step on the left side. 10.To form the head, fold down the end of the neck. Unfold this crease and inside reverse fold the head. 11.Hold one of the crane's wings in each hand. Blow hard into the opening on the underside of the figure and gently separate your hands. You crane will puff up and be ready to hang.
Q:what does Stephen Crane mean by this ?
This is a very critical and harsh poem. Stephen Crane seems to have a more pessimistic outlook on life than other poems he has written, and nowhere else does that pessimistic outlook come through in his poetry than here. The pattern of the poem affixes a cynical, satirical statement after every statement of War is kind. For example, War is kind, Hoarse booming drums of the regiment, little souls who thirst for fight, these men were born to drill and die. The unexplained glory flies above them. Especially when Crane says the unexplained glory flies above them, he is making a powerful statement by questioning whether all the death and destruction is really worth it. This questioning is very important, because many wars are not really for what they seem to be for. There are exceptions of course, perhaps World War II and the fight to end the holocaust, perhaps the Civil War and the fight to end slavery, but for the most part, wars are usually conflicts between cultures over natural resources and disagreements over cultural values. The glory of war, the patriotism, the nationalism; Crane is trying to state that all of these emotions we associate with most wars are really made up so that generally people will feel better about their actions in the long term. Crane questions whether or not war is ever really worth anything to anybody in this poem. Crane clearly does not think so, considering the level of sarcasm he uses throughout the poem, especially at the end when he powerfully states Mother whose heart hung humble as a button On the bright splendid shroud of your son, Do not weep. War is kind. This is very powerful, and Crane very clearly points out that the glory of war and honor of battle are not worth much to a parent whose son has died, or wife whose husband has died, or child whose father has died. Crane's questioning of warfare is very relevant in today's war when we are as a country in what many people would call a meaningless war.
Q:Can you make an origami crane?
I lived in Japan and one time I saw a huge collage made of 1001 origami cranes- shaped to look like the city of Kushiro. Maybe they can be arranged in the shape of a heart, a yin-yang symbol, a cherry blossom tree, or the cranes can be geometrically positioned to add visual interest. Other asian ideas: Red is a lucky color. Pine trees are symbols of longevity. Bamboo/ oranges/ money trees are symbols of prosperity. 2 mandarin ducks symbolize love. Lotus blossom symbolizes purity. Peonies symbolize romance/ fertility. The double happiness symbol also promotes happy marriages. Also, you could photocopy a 100 dollar bill- both sides- 1001 times and fold each bill into a crane. Then hang them from your money tree. You can also hang gold ignots on the tree, available in most Chinese gift shops. Have fun!
Q:Does anyone know the history of the Boyce Crane tool company?
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Q:where can i find the xxx video of bob crane?
Bob Crane Tapes
Q:lifting a machine by two crane?
Not enough information. What is the load weight? What is the size? How do you plan to attach to the machine. What size is the beam cross section? Capacity of the cranes? And so on. It sounds like you might need an engineer to supervise instead of relying on Yahoo Answers for an answer to a potentially deadly if not expensive way to fail.
Q:What are the common problems encountered in hiring cranes for house constructions?
It might not be the right size for the job.

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