Views: 1 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-05-25 Origin: Site
The weight of the crane is basically proportional to the power of the crane. First of all, to determine the specific motor power of the crane requires us to determine the weight of the lifting object, the span of the crane and the height of the crane to accurately determine the motor that the crane lifts. power.
If the lifting height is also a fixed height when the lifting span is unchanged, then the larger the crane weight, the larger the weight of the lifting object is generally larger, so that the weight of the crane during the lifting process is basically proportional to the power of the crane of.
The judgment of crane weight and crane height or crane span actually does not directly affect the size of the crane power. Under normal circumstances, the larger the crane weight, the greater the weight of the object that needs to be lifted, and vice versa. On the level, what affects the power of the crane is generally the weight of the lifting object.