traveling crane


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traveling crane

A tower crane which is mounted on crawlers, rubber tires, or rails.
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The same principle is applied when using the traveling transfer car as part of a fresh air system to overhead traveling cranes. In this system, a duct similar to the exhaust system blows conditioned air.
Two tenders for the repair of (a) the dock's edge at the company's sea port in Alexandria, of the path of the overhead traveling crane, amending and insulation of the rods and the roof of the mosque, also insulation of the workshops roof at the same, also (b) the hydraulic system of the transmission of the Chinese locomotive.
Years ago, an overhead traveling crane meant only one thing to most people--the large, heavyduty, top-running crane having two or more bridge girders.
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The overhead traveling cranes must be operational at all times in a steel production process resulting in 2.5 million tonnes per year.