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|Application:||Buildings And Projects||Type:||Fixed With Tower Head|
|Max. Load:||6 T||Jib Length:||55 M|
|Tip. Load:||1.0 T||Power supply:||380V/50Hz Or According To Client's Requirements|
|Mast section:||1.6*1.6*2.5m (Block Type)||Main Chord:||135*10mm (square Tube)|
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Technical Parameters of PT5510 Tower Crane
1) Nominal Lifting Moment: 630 KN.m
2) Working Range: 3-55 m
3) Max. Lifting Capacity: 6 t
4) Independent Standing Height: 40 m
5) Attached Standard Height: 150 m
6) Lifting Speed: 80/40/8.5 40/20/4.25 m/mim
7) Slewing Speed: 0.6 r/min
Specification of PT5510 Tower Crane
|Rated lifting moment (kN.m)||630|
|Lifting height (m)||Rope fall||Free-standing stationary crane||Anchored crane|
|Working radius (m)||Max. working radius||55|
|Min. working radius||3|
|Max. lifting capacity (t)||5|
|Hoisting mechanism||Rope fall||α＝2||α＝4|
|Lifting weight (t)||1||2.5||2.5||5|
|Tolleying mechanism||Speed (m/min)||0.6|
|Slewing mechanism||Speed (r/min)||0.4|
Components of PT5510 Tower Crane
Tower cranes are used extensively in construction and other industry to hoist and move materials. There are many types of tower cranes. Although they are different in type, the main parts are the same, as follows:
Mast: the main supporting tower of the crane. It is made of steel trussed sections that are connected together during installation.
Slewing unit: the slewing unit sits at the top of the mast. This is the engine that enables the crane to rotate.
Operating cabin: the operating cabin sits just above the slewing unit. It contains the operating controls.
Jib: the jib, or operating arm, extends horizontally from the crane. A "luffing" jib is able to move up and down; a fixed jib has a rolling trolley that runs along the underside to move goods horizontally.
Hook: the hook (or hooks) is used to connect the material to the crane. It hangs at the end of thick steel cables that run along the jib to the motor.
Weights: Large concrete counterweights are mounted toward the rear of the mast, to compensate for the weight of the goods lifted.
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