Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number QTZ80(5613)

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QTZ80(5613) Description

Feature: Tower Crane

Condition: New

Rated Loading Capacity: 6

Rated Lifting Moment: 800

Max. Lifting Load: 6

Max. Lifting Height: 150

Span: 56

Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

Brand Name: JINKUI

Model Number: QTZ80(5613)

Warranty: one year

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

Certification: ISO9001:2000; CE;Ukraine & Belarus Certificate 

Colour: Orange/ Yellow 

QTZ80(5613)   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

8. Famous brand mechanism system, Schneider Electronic control system, jiangte and jiuhe motor

9. Engineers available to service machinery overseas.   

QTZ80(5613)  Specification

 Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number QTZ80(5613)

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Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number QTZ80(5613)

Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number QTZ80(5613)

Tower Crane of Jing Kui Model Number QTZ80(5613)

QTZ80(5613)  FAQ

Q: What about our tower crane's warranty?

A: Usually there is one-year quality warranty including main electronic parts (not including consumable parts). There are consumable spare parts together with whole machine and normally they are enough for one year.

Q: What is the function of the monitor?

A: Monitor, namely inspection system (like black box), which could store 10000 tower crane operation reports, and it is recommended to be installed in big cranes more than 16t.

Q: Can you equip with light on tower crane jib, monitor, remote control and anemometer?

A: Sure. All of these could be provided with extra cost upon the clients’ requirements. But according to general practice, remote control is not suggested because most of the operator feedback operation in the cabin will provide a wide working view.





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Q:How is a Crane dismantled?
After this the crew uses a mobile crane to assemble the jib and the machinery section, and places these horizontal members on an approximately 40 foot mast that consists of two mast sections. The mobile crane then adds the counter weights. The mast which is a large triangulated lattice structure typically 10 feet square then rises from this firm foundation. This triangulated structure gives the mast the strength to remain upright. The tower crane rises to its maximum height by using one mast section at a time, the crew uses a top climber that fits between the slewing unit and the top of the mast. This is done by hanging a weight on the jib to balance the counter weight. The crew then detaches the slewing unit from the top of the mast, this is done by using large hydraulic rams in the top climber to push the slewing unit up to 20 feet. The crane is then used to lift another 20 foot mast section into the gap opened by the climbing frame. Once bolted in place the crane gains a height of 20 feet. This process is reversed once the building is finished and its time to dismantle the crane and as stated earlier a smaller crane is used to dismantle the tower crane except the mast which is dismantled by the crane itself
Q:I'm a 15 year old guy... and afraid of Crane flies and Spiders..?
Pshh I don't blame you!! Crane flies are ******* hugeee dude!! The fact that there legs are so long and they just come flying at you, omg you just want to diee. But I'm not scared of spiders, unless they are huge like tarantulass!
Q:What is YOUR take on Louis Crane's idea of meduso-anthropic principle?
Well, weak- anthropic beats the hell out of strong- anthropic. One cannot, in good conscience, postulate God from the improbability of a good primordial soup kitchen, when beating the odds is the prerequisite for anything evolving sufficiently to be amazed. Life, however, plays hell with probability, because it’s possible for an improbably complex thing to create as many improbably complex things as energy allows. Introduce evolution, crank out a tool user, it gets worse. One dedicated farmer can create a vast and profoundly improbable flourishing of life. Now if we move out into the universe and find a vast and improbable flourishing, we will have cause to suspect the existence of cosmic farmers. This especially because it appears we are evolving towards that state ourselves. Dressing up this concept in pseudo science though, strikes me as a bit pretentious. Which is my take on Louis Crane's idea of meduso-anthropic principle
Q:What is the difference between a truck crane and an all terrain crane?
The crane part can be identical, but the vehicle part differs: in the former case it's a road-going (even multi-axle) truck, in the latter case it's an off-road vehicle with oversize all-terrain tires and appropriate traction and transmission capabilities. In either case, the vehicle must be stabilized on adjustable hydraulic struts before hoisting.
Q:What is the allowable range of vertical deviation for tower cranes?
Previous answers to this question have been made. In the industry standard "construction site inspection of machinery and equipment technical specification" (JGJ160-2008), in the form of mandatory provisions: the tower crane installation height to basic design requirements, the axis of the tower line should be no more than 0.4% of the bearing surfaces of the lateral vertical deviation; after the attachment, the highest attachment point following the vertical deviation should be less than 0.2%. "The basic height of the design requirements" in the "strong regulation", that is, the maximum independent installation height on the site".
Q:i need a summary for the story cranes by hwang sunwon?
Cranes, by Hwang Sunwon, depicts two friends and their contrasting political views. Fond memories of their past adventures cool the hatred between them. It is almost mind-boggling to think that one day we would face our friends and have to murder them because of our differing ideology.
Q:Can the attached arm of the tower crane be welded?
The attached arm of a tower crane can not be welded and can only be bolted.Adhesion calculation of tower craneTower crane attachment (anchor) device structure, internal force and installation requirements in the use of narrative instructions so in the tower crane installation and use, the use of units can be executed according to the requirements, do not need to calculate, only when the tower crane installation position to the building from the over manual provisions, to increase attached rod (Zhi Chenggan) two, spacing or attached rod connected with a building when changing to attached calculation.
Q:I need help on finding the least amount of steps on how to make an oragami crane.?
Start with a square piece of paper. You got that? Fold the paper corner to corner to get a large right triangle, and fold it corner to corner again to get a smaller triangle. You got that ,or did I lose you. Open the paper, and you will see a big X. Never mind the X. We will come back to it. Now fold the paper side to side to get a rectangle, and fold the two SHORT SIDES to the X fold. Open and do the other two by repeating what you just did. Open the paper FLAT. You can now see a 4 pointed star. Along the four sides of the square, push down on the perimeter of the star to make the star come up. Fold down until you have a flat KITE. Make sure you have 2 flaps on each side. What you are looking at now is one wing, and the other one is in the back. The neck and head are inside the wings. Pull them out half way to expose them. Fold one side at the tip to make a head. If you did everything correctly, and hold under the neck with one hand and pull the tail with the other hand, the crane should flap its wing. Write back if you need more help.
Q:What association does Wing Chun have with Fujian White Crane (Tiger-crane) kung fu?
Wing Chun Fist is derived from White Crane Fist and Snake Fist. The original name of the White Crane Fist is Eng Chun Bai He Quan. The Eng Chun part is the Fukienese dialect for Wing Chun, which is the name of the Village it derived in. It is also pronounced Yong Chun White Crane Fist and from it is where Wing Chun derives its Fajing technique known as 1 inch punch. The 5 Ancestor style is Ngo Cho Kuen or Wu Zu Quan, again - dialectal differences. It is also a Fukienese Art. Wing Chun, a Southern Shaolin Style is NOT related in ANY way to Hsing I Chuan, which is of Wu Tang/Taoist origin. Goju Ryu has some White Crane Influence but is derived from the Hakka Arts like Southern Mantis, Bak Mei and the like. Tiger Crane and White Crane are not related. The crane in the Hung Family Boxing is more the Tibetan White Crane and not the Fujian Crane. There is a mix up in the history which makes it a bit complicated. Gee Sim was from the Northern Shaolin School and went south to the Fukien temple to escape the Ching. He taught there, met Hung Hei Koon and taught him Tiger Fist. Gee Sim and Hung also left Fukien because of the Ching and went to Guandong and there is where Hung Fist developed into what it is today. The White Crane Fist of Fujian/Fukien came from the 18 Lohan Style Fang Chi Niang learned from her Father, who was a student at the Fukien temple, and mimicry of Crane movements. These styles, Crane and Hung were being developed around the same time but hundreds of miles apart. It is known that Wong Fei Hung trained in Lama Pai aka Tibetan Crane and also he is credited with creating the Tiger Crane Form aka Fu Hok. I hope this helps.
Q:why do we see cranes on a golf course during a tourmanent?
The cranes have the cameras for the panoramic views which are shown throughout the broadcast. There were instances in the past when they also held the camera men.

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