QTZ125(6015) Flat-top tower crane cheap price

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tower crane 
1. ISO9001:2008,GOST, CE certificate 
2. Jib:60m; tip load:1.5t;Max.load:10t 
3. Basic height:50m; Max.height:200m

tower crane:

QTZ125(6015) flat-top tower crane:The main chord of mast section adopts Q345B material, with good environmental adpatability

   

Name

Unit

   

Parameter

Rated Load moment

KN·m

1250

MAX hoisting capacity

t

10

Rated hoisting capacity max radius

t

1.5

   

Working radius

m

3---60

    

height

Freestanding

m

50

attaching

m

200

hoisting speed

  

Double rate


a=2

a=4

lifting speed

m/min

101/50.4

50.4/25.2

Slewing speed

r/min

0.62

 derricking speed

m/min

0--55

Temperature of working environment


-20+40


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The engine support is mainly for dropping the tranny, used before the car is up on a lift. The crane is for lifting the engine while the four wheels are on the ground. Most timing belts can be done without lifting the engine. Lifting the engine involves a very long list of procedures before actually yanking it up even a few inches. You have to disconnect and support the transmission, drain coolant and fluids and disconnect the hoses and wires, remove the engine mount bolts, maybe pull the radiator out, disconnect the A/C system lines, and remove the tranny and oil cooler lines, the coolng fans, shroud, hood, and so on. Good luck!
Q:what does Stephen Crane mean by this ?
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I can't imagine any employer allowing that condition to exist. A crane operator's attention must be on the job at all times. If the dog were to do something unexpected at a critical time, the operator may be distracted and lose control of the load.
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It's recognizes no one.... I'm just guessing.
Q:What is the difference between a crane and a crane in a tower crane?
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