trolley mechanism 95JXL

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Introduction

The JXL trolley mechanism is a self-designed new product based on the advanced foreign technology, and got the national utility mode patents.

The JXL trolley mechanism constitutes torque motor, half built-in planetary reduction gear wound roll, rack, and other components, which has advantages of smooth shift from the brake, transmission efficency, low noise, compact structure, and brakeing safe, reliable, accruate positioning, pleasing in appearance, and other characteristics.

After changing variable-frequency speed regulation motor and electronic system, the institutions can be changed to JXF trolley mechanism, which has the advantages of zero velocity brake, starting speed more stable and is more suitable to large tower crane and the trolley running on a demanding place.

Performance parameters

Model:95JXL

Rated stalling torque of torque motor(N.m):95

Rated single rope tension (N):4500

Single-rope linear velocity(m/min):0-58

Rope capacity(m):63

Wire rope diameter(mm):7

Relevant parameter of the suitable tower crane

--Max lifting load(t):10

--Max crest(m):65

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Q:Some questions about the 1000 paper crane myth?
The myth seems to surround the FOLDING on the 1,000 cranes - it is the sacrifice on the part of the person doing the folding that is the magic not the cranes themselves. See the Wiki......
Q:Can I build a retaining wall off site, and then crane it into position?
Possible but difficult. You could tell us what the wall is made of? Assuming stone, then you can't lift a stone wall unless you have a steel plate under it, as it will collapse otherwise. That gets complicated. Yes, you could build it with a 1/2 inch steel plate under it, and lift it that way, assuming it is not too long, and crane it into position, but you then have to slide the plate out without cracking the wall, also difficult. The plate is expensive, the crane is expensive. But what do you gain? You still have to demolish the old wall, you still have to build a new one, so what would you gain by building it somewhere else and moving it?
Q:Crane vessel transport?
Very large capacity crane vessels have propulsion machinery for manoeuvring when on station. The most modern designs of semi-submersible vessel use them to achieve 'dynamic positioning'. Older designs used the propulsion systems to assist when deploying the anchors in the correct pattern. The vessels are towed by tugs when making deep sea passages. First generation crane vessels had much smaller lifting capacities and were either constructed on conventional hulls or were converted from existing ships. These types were capable of making ocean passages using their own propelling machinery.
Q:anybody know anything about the Crane Fireball Hi 4E ignition?
I don't know how much this is gonna help, but on my Ironhead I use a 8-2100, set at 1degree BTDC, and rear at 2 BTDC and electric start in race mode. Now I have aggressive cams and I don't know how it's supposed to be for a stock single stick.
Q:What type of lever would a tower crane be?
The crane is balanced, with a fulcum somewhere between the ends. On one end, you have counter weight sometimes can be moved. On the end, you usually have the crane part, which can be trolleyed from the end toward the fulcum. If my memory serves me. a wheel barrow is a type 2, because the fulcum is on the end and the load is toward the middle. So this leaves you with a type 1 or 3. Try searching using the key word group lever type fulcum and I'll bet you get your answer.
Q:What do Blue Cranes eat?
What Do Blue Cranes Eat
Q:When should a crane be load tested?
if crane using regularly more then 8 hrs test should be every 4 months 8 months and full sevice at 12 months............ Load Testing Services ACECO provides inhouse vertical load testing services for load bearing equipment. Examples of equipment that can be load tested: • Below the hook lifting devices • Hoists • Hooks • Testing can be performed to meet ASME B30.20, B30.10, and B30.16 as well as ANSI N14.6. • Standard inhouse 50 ton load testing capacity. • Ability to test higher load capacity devices (Up to 5,000,000 pounds). • Have tested up to 640,000 pounds (320 tons). • Engineering manufacturing available to provide lift fixtures for test purposes. • Can provide nondestructive testing of critical welds and critical locations. • Inhouse capability to make weld repairs using AWS D1.1 qualified procedures and welders. • Calibrated test weights available. • Testing can be performed in accordance with 10CFR50,Appendix B Quality Program. • Certificates of Test and/or Test Reports can be provided. • Can provide onsite load testing services, including supply of calibrated weights.
Q:How to find the surface area of a paper crane?
This is a possible way 1 Fold a crane from a white sheet 2 paint the crane black whit a pen 3 unfold 4 you will have now a white sheet with a series of black triangles 5 measure and find the surface area of each triangle 6 sum the areas and you will have the total surface area of the crane
Q:What Denny Crane be like as a replacement for Simon on American Idol. What would he do and say?
Denny Crane. Now bring in the hookers. Did I mention I made Paula all she is..., was that just that I made Paula. Denny Crane Don't make me shoot you.
Q:Is the working load of a crane the maximum weight it is able to lift?
Usually there is a safety factor of 400% built into all engineered cranes. This is to account for unforeseen momentary spike loads, operator errors and component weaknesses ( (chipped tooth or poor forged parts or chains, etc) This is to take into account shock loads, for instance if you were picking up a bundle of steel bars and the load shifted and the bars dropped a foot or so the momentary load on the crane spikes. Working load is basically the load the crane is designed to run all day long at. If you run at the design load the crane is covered under the manufacturer's guarantee against defects and the maker is liable for problems or failures associated with the crane. But for example if the manufacturer can demonstrate you were picking up a 5 ton load on a regular basis with a crane rated at 3 tons, the manufacturer's liability is negated. Since you can counterweight any crane enough to theoretically lift anything, most of the cranes that have electric motors actually will stall if you lift much over the design weight. In other words in the above crane if you try to pick up 5 tons with a 3 ton crane, the motor will not have enough horsepower to pick up the weight and the motor will simply not lift it. The actual overload factor built into a crane is usually to contend with those shock loads and defective or weak components not seen.

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