SHENDIAO TOWER CRANE TCP7023

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Considered to be the parent range to tower cranes

MD cranes have been around since the beginnings of the Potain brand. This range is the pillar of all Potain product know-how.
Constantly evolving to meet market expectations, these cranes are equipped with the latest technological innovations and boast the best performance possible.

Technical characteristics
•  Jib lengths of between 30 m and 80 m, per 5 m section.
•  Max. load of 10 to 40 t.
•  Hoisting power ranging from between 50 and 150 horsepower.
•  The masts used are K400 (1.6 m), K600 (2 m), K800 (2.45 m) and K850 (2.45 m, reinforced).

All the components of the MD range are designed to minimize the total number of trucksrequired to transport them between sites.

The jib components can house the jib tiesto make transport easier and quicker.

Thanks to the factory-performed pre-reeving and the auxiliary winch supplied as standard, assembly of the jib and counter-jib ties can be carried out quickly and in total safety.

The mechanisms are always used at full power. When hoisting, the speed is optimized according to the load and command used. In distribution, progressive variation of speedand the maximum speed are adapted to the weight of the load. In orientation, there is controlled proportionalspeed with optimal acceleration and deceleration in accordance
with the maximum admissible torque for the mast.

The auxiliary winch can be used on the derrick: this provides users with the possibility of a motorized derrick at the base of the machine.

DVF Distribution
The jib-footDVF mechanism is easily accessible in total safety.

Progressive speed variation by proportional control.
The speed depends directly on the controls manipulated by the crane operator.
To make driving the crane easier, 2 hard spots integrated into the controlsprovide better pinpointing of the speed.

With different mechanisms (33 to 150 LVF Optima or 108 to 215 hp LBR), MD cranes are capable of high working speeds through optimizing speed in accordance with the load hoisted, allowing for gains in productivity.
•  For the first increments (approach speed, sling tension, etc.) hoisting of the load is controlled by the load security
device (a proving ring).
•  For working speeds, the Optima system adapts the speed in accordance with the load hoisted. This enables full power of the motor to always be used for optimum productivity.
The LVF Optima provides a gain of around 25% in descending speed.

RVF + orientation
The RVF Optima + orientation enables gentle rotating movements without jerking.
Fully integrated progressive control.
Driving adapts to the behavior of the crane operator:
•  Traditional driving thanks to action controlled by stoppage of the command. The slow-down phase of the jib is managed by the frequency variator in this case.
•  Or by an inverted command in the slow-down phase, called a «counter-orientation» command.
As a result, the crane operator can control stoppage.

The design of the electric sockets allows simple and quick connectionon all sites.
Whilst operating or transporting, the cables are integrated and/or stored easily in the crane, increasing the service life of the electrical equipment and providing optimal conditions of safety.
•  There is a special channel for electric wiring in the counter-jib.

 

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Q:How do you make one of those paper cranes?
It's called oragami. See what you can find on the web, or go to the Koran kid and ask if he could make one just for you and do something for him in exchange.
Q:How do you build a crane!?
Carefully. okorder.com has kit numbers and downloadable instructions for many Lego cranes. You might be able to find some of them on OKorder. You may not need to actually build the Lego crane. Instead, look at the model, determine the major pieces (wheels, turntable, arm, etc.). Then, look at your bundle of pieces and make something with the same function.
Q:red-crowned cranes....?
In the spring and summer, the Red-crowned Crane breeds in Siberia and occasionally in northeastern Mongolia (i.e., Mongol Daguur Strictly Protected Area). Normally the crane lays 2 eggs, with only one surviving. Later, in the fall, it migrates in flocks to Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, and other countries in East Asia to spend the winter. All Red-crowned Cranes migrate, except for a flock that is resident in Hokkaidō.
Q:what is the correlation between moment and toppling cranes?
First of all, let's think of a crane like a giant see-saw, where the plank itself doesn't have any weight. Now cranes have big weights on one side of the pivot, which they can move along (I think, I may be wrong). These cause what is called a 'turning moment'. The further out from the 'pivot' they are, the greater the moment. The other consideration with a crane is it's load. Generally, this is carried a lot further out from the pivot point, on the opposite side from the weights. Now consider this. If you have a small child sitting on the end of a see-saw, you will be able to balance them with a larger person sat closer to the pivot. This is the principle on which cranes work. The moment is the force times the distance from the pivot, and it must be balanced turning each way for the see-saw/crane not to topple. This is somewhat of a simplification, but hope it helps.
Q:Which are the crane manufacturing companies in India?
Chowgule from Goa,JCB ,Ballabgarh are the few companies. Refer Indiatrade directory for more info
Q:methodology to value used crawler crane?
Supply vs demand Extreme examples: If the crane is no longer needed anywhere, the cost will be 0; no demand. If the crane still has a unique useable function and there is only one available, it's immediate cost will be very high; no supply. So, assuming that the cranes supply/demand is somewhere in the middle, the methodology for assessing it's cost would be to evaluate the following: * Where is it located with respect to where it is needed? (place value) * How quickly do I need it, and how quickly can I get the crane? (time value) * What alternative solutions are available? * How much do other similar cranes cost? * etc Hope this helps!
Q:Why are the rescue workers in turkey not using cranes to remove the debris of the earthquake? ?
It's not just a matter of being meticulous. You would have to know the structure of the pile of debris to be safe.
Q:In dragon ball, Why is master crane evil in the filler?
The idea is that Crane Hermit is a selfish man that would do anything to get what he wants. In the past, Master Mutaito was there to ram some discipline in his head and have him under control. Following the events of his death and the defeat of King Piccolo, nothing could really stop him from being a selfish jerk again. Roshi probably didn't mention Crane being bad before King Piccolo's arrival because he wasn't really evil before it either. He was selfish and greedy, but not outright despicable as later... at least not that much. Roshi seeing Crane as a friend might imply that Crane had some redeeming qualities during his years as Roshi's rival under Mutaito's guidance. About their baldness, I think they shaved their heads after a while due to how monks and some martial artists tend to shave their heads. That or it's a plot hole due/filler error. It's again either a plot hole/filler error or they just switched outfits once they reached a certain level of their training, just like how you gain a different color of band as you progress in Judo and Karate.
Q:How come you never see cranes being transported from one site to another?
Of course you see cranes transported from site to site, you just do not know what you are looking at.
Q:How do they get those big tower cranes down after they set it up at a onstruction site?
they are put up section by section with another crane

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