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How big is the contactor lifting? How big is the car and how big is the turn?
How big is the lift? It depends on the size of the motor you use. 24KW motor, the choice is about 100A. 30KW uses 125-150A, 55KW, and 150-180A;Generally 40A contactor is used for turningCar selection of 25A on it.
The really really tall ones you see next to skyscrapers. How do they assemble them? I thought that maybe they use another crane, but then how did they assemble that crane? Some of them are really, really tall. Try to remember what one looks like. They have long hollow necks with a top section where the driver sits that stretches long horizontally.
Sorry the only information on Cranes here is of the Feathered variety, you have entered the wrong section sorry.
Just curious... I'm not in construction and always wondered...
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I'm not scared of spiders anymore. If I see one than I can kill it easily, but when I see a daddy long legs crane fly, I freak out! Those things are hugeeee. I could never kill one without being freaked out to death. I heard that they don't even bite, but I'm still scared. There's one in my living room and I ran out. So I planned on staying in my room the whole day and just hope it doesn't show up in the bathroom tomorrow morning when I shower! I'm 14 btw?
This is a selective entomophobia. Basically, you don't fear many insects or spiders, but specific ones trigger your anxiety. Your problem is not the bugs or spiders,(they are harmless) but your fear. This is something 'you' nurture by dwelling on this fear when you see one of these particular critters. I'm glad to hear you no longer fear spiders. you will see the same when you overcome your selective fear. You may even come to realize that the spiders and insects you do fear,are totally harmless, and you may reach a point where you can just ignore these. True, the crane fly is totally harmless and do not bite, sting, or inflict any form of hazard to humans. They can be a nuisance buzzing around your face,as they can be persistent. Adolescent years seem to be when phobias are the most prevalent, but also the easiest time to overcome fears. If you can learn to control your fear, rather than let it control you, you will overcome this. you also need to refrain from dwelling on your fear,as this will only make it worse. Last year, one of my favorite pass times was sitting on the porch watching the sunset. a little orb weaver would come from behind the light and spin her fancy web. Often, I would catch a crane fly that was bothering me and toss it into her web.
If there was a fight between Stefano DiMera and Allistar Crane, who would win?
Crane would not have a chance againt DiMera because he is not skilled enough to even get past all of Stefano's pawns to get close enough to Stefano!
S930 M50 (M125/75) level jib tower crane about how much money
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Is there a talk show on the radio or TV similar to the Frasier Crane Show where people call in and tell their problems and the doctor gives them advice? One that's either in the Los Angeles area or nationally syndicated?
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are crane flies the most venomous insect in the world,or is this just an urban myth?
This one is definitely a myth, one that has been applied to both crane flies and the arachnids known as daddy longlegs (more properly known as Opilionids, or harvestmen). A simple fact of their biology can put this to bed: the adults of many species of crane fly don't even have mouth parts--the adult form is used soley for reproduction, with no time for food acquisition. Essentially, they mate and die. Production of a highly toxic venom is extremely energetically costly, and when they have no ability to inject it into anything (not even for self defense), it makes no sense for a life strategy. Common sense and simple observation will also tell you that this isn't true. There are stories all the time telling of people who have died from killer bees, or snake bites, or black widows, but when's the last time you saw a news bit on a crane fly fatality? I mean, news outlets, not to mention Discovery Channel and Animal Planet, *live* on stuff like this--yet I've yet to see a special entitled Crane Flies: Nature's Perfect Assassin. ;)