crane boom


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boom

1. A cantilevered or projecting structural member (such as a beam or spar) which is used to support, hoist, or move a load.
2. The projecting member at the front of a crane or derrick which is used for this purpose.
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On ATs, crane booms have continued to get longer and there has been a greater emphasis on fuel economy and lower emissions.
Stephenson Equipment is an official dealer of Manitowoc, Grove, National Crane boom trucks and Potain tower cranes.
The crane's knuckle boom loads can be lowered to the water surface with a short rope length between crane boom head and water line.
The lawsuit claims the operator ignored his oiler's recommendation and attempted to lift the panel while simultaneously rotating the crane boom.
The slabs are suspended from a heavy crane boom atop an unfinished parking lot building.
Several documented crane accidents have occurred in the theater of operations over the past few years to include the death of a Soldier due to electrocution when a crane boom struck an overhead power line.
ft, addition to the boom fabrication facility to incorporate the National Crane boom assembly.
Construction company Barratts, which was building a residential complex, said a crane boom became dislodged and fell.