Tower Crane of Chang Li Model Number QTZ50(5010)

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QTZ50(5010)  Description

Feature: Tower Crane

Condition: New

Rated Loading Capacity: 1-8t

Rated Lifting Moment: 60m

Max. Lifting Load: 8t

Max. Lifting Height: 201m

Place of Origin: Henan, China (Mainland)

Brand Name: YU JIE

Model Number: QTZ80A

Certification: CE & ISO

Warranty: 12 months, 12 months

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

Jib Length (M): 60

Free Height (M): 46

Max. Possible Height (M): 201

Max. Load (T): 8

Tip Load (T): 1.0

Slewing Speed (r/min): 0-0.6

Counterweight (T): 15.8

QTZ50(5010)   Features

1.Thirteen years of experience in supplying new self-erecting tower crane with Huiyou Brand.

2. Export to more than 20 countries with CE/ISO/GOST Certificates.

3. Stationary/Travelling, external/ internal climbing tower crane 

4. Impeller blasting/rust protection paint

5. Advanced painting process

6. Potain masts designed with dismountable panels, making teansport easier and cheaper. 

7. New designed mast, can be used to Internal and external climbing tower crane

QTZ50(5010)  Specification

 Tower Crane of Chang Li Model Number QTZ50(5010)

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 Tower Crane of Chang Li Model Number QTZ50(5010)

Tower Crane of Chang Li Model Number QTZ50(5010)

Tower Crane of Chang Li Model Number QTZ50(5010)

QTZ50(5010)   FAQ

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A: Our machinery main advantages mainly include: 1. National-level Research Academy for various building equipment for more than 30 years’ experience; 2. Complete quality control system; 3. Nearly 20 years experiences in manufacturing industries; 4. Over 50 engineers along with 6 local partner companies  providing worldwide after-sales service;

 


 

 

 


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Q:Why are crane flies called mosquito eaters?
That name and others are colloquial usage. Crane fly larvae will incidentally eat mosquito larvae if it is available to them.
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:What is a safe working Area for a crane when at work and how it is calculated with different size of Cranes.?
each crane is so different. it depends on the rated crane load, the lifted distance from the crane and actuall load to be lifted. Each crane an envelope of angles to the horizontal, lifted load, and distance from the crane. The crane operator must insure that he is within this envelope or the crane may topple over. Also, the wind at the time of the lift must be considered. If you can picture a seesaw with loads pivoting about a fulcrum. When two people are on the seesaw, one person is the crane and the other is the load to be lifted. Only in the case of a crane, the fulcrum is at the crane itself with a large dead load counter weight behind the cab operator.
Q:how much would a crane for furniture cost?
Talk to a lumber yard that has a boom truck. Ask them how much to do it. A boom truck will cost much less than a crane. A boom truck can reach 45 to 50 feet. In this economy they are looking for anything they can get. They will most likely do it. But when really busy they wont. But things are slow. Builder 30 years. A crane will cost about 250.00 of the first hour. with a one hour min.
Q:Cranes can be operated by all of the following except:?
Crane are extremely dangerous and complicated machinery , the operators need intensive education and training , they have to pass the required tests to be certified . Now even the signal guy on the ground who helps the crane operator needs to be certified . So your answer is A.
Q:Do you know where Ty Crane is now? The one in the film coach carter?
Ty Crane was played by Sidney Faison full-time basketball player and part-time actor. When I last heard of him he was playing for the Magic Johnson Travelling All-Stars
Q:What is the power of a tower crane? Five
TC7525-16D switchboard power 80KWTC5610-4 switchboard power 34KW.TC6015A-10E switchboard power 71.5KWThe other two types have not been touched and will not be answered. I'm sorry
Q:when do i start bernie cranes missions gta 4?
You like the gay guy huh? Keep playing.
Q:Tower crane; command; gesture
8. the hook falls slightly: the arm extends to the side, front and bottom, with the angle of the body about 30 degrees, palm down, with the wrist as the axis, repeatedly swinging downward palm.9. hook horizontal move slightly: small arm toward the side of the natural extension, fingers together, palms outward, in the direction of the load should be running, repeat the slow horizontal movement.10., micro range: double arm bent, extended to one side, five fingers straight, palms relative, and the distance between the load and the distance to move.11. directions of landing: five fingers unbend, point out the position where the load should fall.12. stop: small arm horizontally placed in front of the chest, fingers outstretched, palms down, horizontal swing to the side.13. emergency stop: two small arm level placed in his fingers outstretched, palms downwards, while waving to the level of both sides.14. end of work: stretch your hands and fingers and cross over at the front of your forehead.

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