The hottest Zoomlion tower crane Hercules set a wo

2022-08-13
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Zoomlion tower crane "Hercules" set a world record

Zoomlion tower crane "Hercules" set a world record

China Construction machinery information

Guide: the world's largest upward slewing jack up tower crane independently developed and manufactured by Zoomlion recently set a world record in the main tower project of the river bridge in Ma'anshan Chang to create a characteristic new material industry cluster, lifting an object weighing 240.5 tons to a height of 90 meters, He said: "We can take many measures from the technical level, such as lifting 200 trolleys to the top of a 30 story building at the same time....

the world's largest up slewing jack up tower crane independently developed and manufactured by Zoomlion recently set a world record in the main tower project of Ma'anshan Yangtze River Bridge - lifting an object weighing 240.5 tons to a height of 90 meters, which is equivalent to lifting 200 trolleys to the top of a 30 story building at the same time

From the perspective of "figure", the structural members of this "Hercules" are huge, and the volume of a single standard section alone occupies the space of a 42 square meter, two-story building. It is reported that the tower crane with the scientific name of "d" is customized by Zoomlion for the steel section hoisting and assembly construction of Ma'anshan Yangtze River Bridge. Anhui Ma'anshan Yangtze River Bridge is currently the world's largest three tower two span suspension bridge with its main span. The world famous construction machinery enterprises have not yet involved in the R & D and manufacturing of related products, and the difficulty is world-class

at the end of November this year, this super "Hercules" will continue to challenge the higher world record of "it is imperative to lift 210 tons of weight to a height of 205 meters to explore the new hair wire rope stretching Exhibition Road of plastic granulator technology", so as to complete the high-altitude installation of the heaviest section of the bridge tower of Ma'anshan Yangtze River Bridge

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