jib end

jib end

[′jib ‚end]
(mining engineering)
The delivery end in conveyor systems in which a jib is fitted to deliver the load in advance of and remote from the drive.
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4t at its jib end, while the 16t version can handle 3.
The crane has a maximum capacity of 4t, while it can lift 1t at its jib end of 40m.
The Potain MCT 205 has a maximum capacity of 10 tonnes while at its 65 m jib end it can handle an impressive 1.
The 85 EC-B 5i has a maximum load capacity of 5,000kg and can lift 1,300kg at the jib end, up to a maximum working radius of 50m.
The Hup 32-27 has a maximum capacity of 4 tonnes while it can lift 1 tonne at its jib end of 32 m.
The 85 EC-B 5i has a maximum load capacity of 5,000 kg and can lift 1,300 kg at the jib end, up to a maximum working radius of 50 m.
This system extends 25m beyond the jib end, enabling each crane to pour up to 600 tonnes of concrete per hour at a radius of 105m.