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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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At its 75m jib end, the MCT 325 can handle 2.5t for the 12t version and 2.3t for the 16t version, said Manitowoc, claiming that this makes it one of the best-in-class performers for long-distance lifting.
In this way, if the jib-end load of the 25 t model is 10,800 kg, when the crane driver operates the PowerLift system from the controls, the maximum load at the jib end increases to 11,880 kg, said the Spanish company in its statement.
The 12t version can lift 3.4t at its jib end, while the 16t version can handle 3.3t.
The Potain MCT 205 has a maximum capacity of 10 tonnes while at its 65 m jib end it can handle an impressive 1.75 tonnes.
The Hup 32-27 has a maximum capacity of 4 tonnes while it can lift 1 tonne at its jib end of 32 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.
The crane has a maximum capacity of 4t, while it can lift 1t at its jib end of 40m.