TC6013D Tower Crane 8T

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·      Manufacturing Year: 2014

·   Jib Length: 60m

·    Free Height Under Hook: 45m

·   Max. Load: 8T

·  Tip load: 1.3T

·    Mast Section Dimension(m): 1.6x1.6x3 (L46A1)

·  Hoisting Speed(m/min) & power: 25/50/100 30Kw

·    Slewing Speed (r/min) & power: 0~0.8 2x5.5Kw frequency

·    Trolleying Speed (m/min) & power: 10/30/60 1.1/3.7/5kw

·     Cable specification: 3x25+2x16

·   Power Supply: 400V(+6% -10%)50HZ

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Q:anyone know of any Crane Kung fu teachers in MN twin cities area?
The closest you will find in your area that is related to White Crane Fist is Southern Praying Mantis. Grand Master Gin Foon Mark is one of the highest level Jook Lum Masters in the world. Even though it is Mantis fist, it is a Hakka Kuen art like White Crane and they have the same foundation. I study Yong Chun White Crane Fist and I can tell you that the art you seek is difficult to find. If I did not find my Teacher, I would want to learn Southern Mantis or Bak Mei, Chow Gar, or Chu Gar.
Q:Who was the guy called the Headless Horseman in the story of Ichabod Crane?
In the Washington Irving version of the story (which may be the original, I don't know if he based it on an earlier story or not), the Horseman is the ghost of a Hessian mercenary who fought died during the American Revolutionary War (if you don't know about this, Hessians were German mercenaries that were hired by the British). However, in this story, the guy never is given a name. He might be given a name in other versions of the story, but I am only really familiar with the Washington Irving version the various movies based on that story.
Q:Where can I buy a camera jib/crane in Arizona?
I went down that path last year in the SF Bay Area in California. I could not find a store that carried any cranes or jibs - so I just started asking around. Stay away from any that use cables to keep the stage steady - we used one at a shoot - setting up is an interesting challenge. I thought I wanted the same unit you are looking at - and decided I needed to trust the crane a bit more with my HDR-FX1... I had to wait longer to save more $, but I really like the crane and tripod kit I ended up with... from Kessler Crane... I never got to see it before I bought it and I was, um... nervous... but I am glad I made the investment - and Eric Kessler is REALLY helpful and great to work with. One of the other cranes I looked at uses a heavy duty PA speaker stand as its tripod base. After watching light trees and PA speakers fall over because of leg failure, I could not bring myself to trust them to hold my camcorder. I can STAND or JUMP on the Kessler tripod and it does not budge. It is rock-steady and really strong. The Hercules head is silk-smooth and the crane-arm and camera stage are steady and easy to manipulate. After a little practice, it now takes me about 10-15 minutes from the time I start unpacking until I am ready to start shooting. That includes mounting the camcorder, setting the counterweights, mounting a portable DVD player with AV-in as the monitor mounted to the tripod-head so I can see what the camcorder is shooting and running the AV, headphone and LANC cables and making the whole thing pretty with velcro strips.
Q:What are the four major moving mechanisms of a tower crane?
The metal structure includes the tower, the boom and the base. The working mechanism has four parts, lifting, luffing, turning and walking.There are many types of tower crane, if according to whether the walking mechanism, there is a fixed type and operation type; according to the tower structure is divided into rotary, inferior type, attached itself three; if divided by the amplitude, a trolley type, luffing type and folding arm luffing type three; according to the weight division, with light and medium and heavy three.
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:A crane is lifting a crate upward 25 meters with an acceleration of one fifth of a gee...?
One-fifth of a g is 1.96 m/s². The mass of the crate is... m = F / a = 4,000 N / 9.8 m/s² = 408 kg The force of the crane must be greater than that of the force of gravity. The acceleration must therefore greater as well. 9.8 m/s² + 1.96 m/s² = 11.8 m/s² a) T = ma = 408 kg x 11.8 m/s² = 4.81 x 10^3 N b) W = Fd = (4.81 x 10^3 N) x 25.0 m = 1.20 x 10^5 J c) W = Fd = 4,000 N x 25.0 m = 1.00 x 10^5 J d) W (total) = W (crane) + W (gravity) = (1.20 x 10^5 J) + (1.00 x 10^5 J) = 2.20 x 10^5 J e) v (final) = (v² + 2a∆x)^(1/2) = ((0 m/s)² + (2 x 1.96 m/s² x 25.0 m))^(1/2) = 9.90 m/s I'm sure that all of my answers are correct. If anything is incorrect, please e-mail me again. Best of luck to you Jim.
Q:Doing white crane kung fu?
try muy tai better, or kung fu i think there just as good.
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:paper crane?
wow, you must be refering to origami I can not help with this one but you can go to the library tomorrow and look it up (NOTE: this is neither joke or riddle see if there is a more appropriate place for this like arts and crafts )
Q:Irving crane or Willie Mosconi?
Having seen both in various video clips, I would have to lean towards Irving Crane. Crane was winning world championships from his twenties well into his sixties. Yes, Mosconi has more records and world titles to his name, but most historians agree that his 526 ball run was performed on a 4' x 8' table, which would not have been considered professional conditions. I'm not taking anything away from Mosconi. Crane was a far better defensive player. Personally, I would have liked to have seen Ralph Greenleaf in his prime. So little video footage is available from those years unfortunately. Very good question.

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