Topless Tower Crane QP6013 (QTZ100P) TCP6013 high quality 8ton

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  • Feature: Tower Crane

  • Condition: New

  • Application: All construction projects

  • Max. Lifting Load: 8t

  • Max. Lifting Height: 140.8m

  • Span: 60m

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: CNBM

  • Model Number: QP 6013 QTZ100P

  • Certification: CE&GOST

  • Warranty: 12months

  • After-sales Service Provided: Engineers available to service machinery overseas

 

Main Fatures


TC6013 tower crane is a company based GB/T5031-2008 《tower crane》design and manufacture of a construction crane. It can be applied widely in high-rise civilian building, bridge and water-conservancy project, big-span industrial workshop and high-rise building, etc. the tower crane is high level slewing self-erecting tower crane which adopts horizontal jib and trolley-jib. The main features as follows:

Height of the tower crane is confirmed according to height of building, lifting ability of the tower crane is independent of height.

The tower crane with features as high working speed, stead work condition and high efficiency.

Hoisting jib has 60M. This meets project needs more widely.

The eyeshot of cab is well, and the cab is installed independently,which creat preferable working condition for handlers.

Location of the tower crane is reasonable, and the externality of the crane is beautiful.

Lifting jib adopts rigid double tension bars with features as light structure.

the operation is simple and the maintenance is convenient

 

Topless Tower Crane QP6013 (QTZ100P) TCP6013 high quality 8ton

Topless Tower Crane QP6013 (QTZ100P) TCP6013 high quality 8ton

Topless Tower Crane QP6013 (QTZ100P) TCP6013 high quality 8ton

Topless Tower Crane QP6013 (QTZ100P) TCP6013 high quality 8ton

 

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Topless Tower Crane QP6013 (QTZ100P) TCP6013 high quality 8ton

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Standard export packing, cartons/wooden cases/nude in containers
Delivery Detail:20-30 days after contract and payment in advance

Packaging & Shipping


All our packing ways are standard packing. In wood case or carton, as you like. After the production, we will do our best to do the shipping as soon as possible. Best Service is our sart of business.
 

 

 

Our Services
 

----Providing timely delivery, standby engineers are ready to slove any of your problem

----Providing all-embraced warranty of products quality, worksite installation guidance

----Providing ample spare parts and training of operation and maintenance

----Engineers have more than 20 years' experience in tower crane, ready to solve any of your  problems.

 

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Q:What should I do with a thousand paper cranes?
i don't know if you are into photography but what would make some really great pictures is take all those cranes and set them up in random spots around you town or area and photograph the group at diffrent angles. you could have lots of fun finding unexpected places to put them. and you would end up with a really great portfolio series
Q:how do you string paper cranes together?
How To String Paper Cranes
Q:Do you find it ironic a crane crashed into Mecca's holiest mosque on 9/11?
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Q:Minimum QTZ63 tower crane special electric box open for many A
Tower crane (tower crane) is called tower crane, also known as tower crane, originated in Western europe. A revolving crane mounted on top of a tall tower. The working space is large, mainly used for the vertical and horizontal transportation of materials and the installation of building components during the building construction. It consists of three parts: metal structure, working mechanism and electrical system. The metal structure includes the tower, the boom and the base. The working mechanism has four parts, lifting, luffing, turning and walking. The electrical system consists of motors, controllers, power distribution cabinets, connecting lines, signals and lighting devices, etc..
Q:how do they get the construction crane onto the the tall buildings?
There are two cranes, one lifts the other and construction workers build a scaffold under it. Then the higher crane lifts the lower one and the workers buiold a scaffold under it, this continues until they are as high as they need to be.
Q:Today, a crane collapsed on the Grand Mosque in Mecca, killing 87 people. Is God punishing Muslims for 9/11?
No, just bad work practice and no OHS practice in Arab countries
Q:What do lattice boom and hydraulic boom in cranes mean?
LATTICE BOOM: See first link. This is where the boom (the portion used to support the load) is made like a lattice ... i.e. interconnected trusses and girders. The cables for lifting the load are run from the base of the boom to the load over pulleys/gears located at the boom's tip. The boom itself is NOT adjustable in length or in angle. HYDRAULIC BOOM: See second link. This crane uses hydraulics to adjust either the length of the boom, or the angle at which the boom joints intersect. It looks more like a single beam construction, although its probably closer to a tube type design (hydraulics may be inside or outside the arm). The load is raised/lowered by cables operating at the end of the boom ... not necessarily tied back to the bottom of the boom.
Q:Who do you think would win in a battle between Roger Thorpe and Alistair Crane?
HI! I didn't know there was another character named Roger Thorpe. I remember a character named Roger Thorpe on the Guiding Light years ago.
Q:Exactlly what type of bird is a crane?
Crane (bird) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Cranes Indian Sarus Crane Gruzs antigone antigone Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Gruiformes Family: Gruidae Vigors, 1825 Genera Grus Anthropoides Balearica Bugeranus Cranes are large, long-legged and long-necked birds of the order Gruiformes, and family Gruidae. Unlike the similar-looking but unrelated herons, cranes fly with necks outstretched, not pulled back. Most have elaborate and noisy courting displays or dances. While folklore often states that cranes mate for life, recent scientific research indicates that these birds do change mates over the course of their (considerable) lifetimes (Hayes 2005). Some species and/or populations of cranes migrate over long distances, while some do not migrate at all. Cranes are gregarious, forming large flocks where their numbers are sufficient. Most species of cranes are at least threatened, if not critically endangered, within their range. The plight of the Whooping Cranes of North America inspired some of the first US legislation to protect endangered species. They are opportunistic feeders that change their diet according to the season and their own nutrient requirements. They eat a range of items from suitably sized small rodents, fish, amphibians, and insects, to grain, berries, and plants. (The cranberry is so-named for its flowers' resemblence to the neck and head of the crane.) There are representatives of this group on all the continents except Antarctica and South America.
Q:What are the qualifications for site installation and acceptance of tower cranes and construction lifts?
This really did not hear, the site installed to be tested, usually installed, in accordance with the safety procedures, acceptance of the OK

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