The Tower Crane is a jib or boom crane mounted on a tower structure, demountable or permanent, including both horizontal and luffing jib types.
- These are commonly employed in construction industry for the movement of materials
- It often give the best combination of height and lifting capacity and are used in the construction of tall buildings.
- The construction crew uses the Tower Crane to lift materials such as steel, concrete, large tools and generators.
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Reliability, quality and safety are the main facts of "Self Erecting Tower Crane".Features :
The principal design feature of the flat-top tower crane is the compact head. With the emphasis on quick and easy assembly, the simplified design is appealing and an undeniable benefit to the customer. While a welcome sight on any type of job site, many flat top cranes have been used on construction projects or near airports where overhead clearance is frequently a concern.
Flat top tower cranes don’t have the “tops” of conventional cranes; they can be used in conjunction with other tower cranes at sites where space is confined or near the airports.
Hammerhead cranes are versatile and efficient. They easily adapt to any project whether using concrete, steel or other types of construction materials. It’s practical modular construction makes transport, assembly and disassembly quick, easy and cost-effective. The hammerhead crane has earned a solid reputation for its dependable performance.
They’re well suited for heavy lifting and placement duties on the most challenging jobsites. And they can also help you save time on other jobsite duties by easily moving materials from one area to another.
The Luffing Jip crane was designed to meet the requirements of the restricted job site. With a short tail-swing and the ability to raise and lower its boom, it easily adapts to construction site demands providing complete coverage while avoiding obstructions.
This tower cranes are specially designed for urban use. They feature outstanding reach requiring little room for slewing motions —a special advantage if many cranes are working at the same time on high-rise buildings and power plant sites.