mobile crane


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mobile crane

[′mō·bəl ′krān]
(mechanical engineering)
A cable-controlled crane mounted on crawlers or rubber-tired carriers.
A hydraulic-powered crane with a telescoping boom mounted on truck-type carriers or as self-propelled models.
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The SANY mobile crane product range includes a line-up of cranes, such as the truck, all-terrain, rough-terrain, loader crane, crawler, tower crane and special purpose crane -- each designed for a vast array of industrial applications.
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global mobile crane market for the period 2015-2019.
But there was only a road measuring seven metres wide available on which the two mobile cranes could be erected for the night-time tandem hoists.
The mobile cranes have been co-designed with Terex and have the same parameter and settings as Terex toplift series.
Terex Cranes Germany, a subsidiary of Terex Corporation, builds and coats mobile cranes with a loading capacity of up to 3,200 tons at its Zweibrucken plant.
Lancashire police said the mobile crane is thought to have left the road and toppled over before coming to a halt, just before 12noon on Monday.
The three-piece integrated flange wheel was developed by our engineers in the early 1990's to meet the demand from mobile crane manufacturers who were looking for reduced weight and greater dimensional accuracy for high speed applications.
A police spokesman said: "A mobile crane swerved in the road which caused traffic behind it to brake.
A RUSSIAN mobile crane and slewing rig production company will be lent US$40 million by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to help it acquire rivals, boost investment and improve corporate governance.
If you didn't know it had been trucked in as a set of 10 modules that were lowered into place with a mobile crane and bolted together, you'd think it was one of the sleek, minimalist houses the firm builds on-site.
Equipment World's lead instructor, Vernon-Scott, has certified training in many programs, including train the trainer (DBI/Sala), fall protection fundamentals (Miller), fall protection detailed skills (DBI/Sala), mobile crane operator construction (Ministry of Education and Training), and rescue techniques (Electrical Union), to name a few.

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