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Mobile Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Cranes are the huge tower like machineries having ropes meant to lift or to lower any heavy device. Cranes are not permanent structure. In fact it is a temporary structure either fixed in the ground or mounted on certain vehicles. Cranes are operated either through cab operator or through infrared or radio signals. The important equipments of the cranes are mast, base, jib and motor. Stationary cranes are fixed whereas mobile cranes are those cranes which are mounted on trucks, trailers, or other engineering vehicles. Mobile cranes can be classified into four major categories: (1) truck crane; (2) crawler crane, (3) rough-terrain crane; and (4) all-terrain crane. These are explained briefly in the following paragraphs.

Applications of Mobile Cranes

A mobile crane runs on wheels. Mobile means to move. Mobile Cranes can move rom place to place, where heavy loads need to be lifted. Mobile Cranes might have caterpillar tracks. which allow them to move on dirt and gravel. Cranes are quite heavy. Caterpillar tracks help these heavy machines hold the ground better.

Mobile cranes finds their application in the following areas :
  • Canal construction.
  • Loading and unloading of heavy materials for the construction of canals.
  • Crawler Mobile Cranes finds their application in dynamic soil compaction in various construction sites including canal construction.
  • Slurry wall grab.
  • Casing oscillator.
  • Building construction.
  • Loading and unloading of heavy industrial devices.

Shanghai Ying Ji Machinery Trading Co., LTD. (YJMT) is a specially authorized foreign trade corporation. The corporation's main business is machinery export, include construction machinery, crane machinery, mining machinery, etc. We supplies Mobile Cranes for sale and we have exported Mobile Cranes to many countries.

Contact E-Mail : sale@machinerychina.org

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