A horizontal member, commonly known as the jib or boom, extends from a crane’s operating arm.
A jib is a type of hoist that attaches to either the wall or floor and supports a movable platform. It is most often used in industrial settings.
The jib swings through an arc or is fixed in such a way that it provides additional lateral movement. It also supports the pulley lock on the crane—a tilted strut whose role is to do so.
Cranes used in warehouses can be placed over the top floors to help lift heavy goods.
The cables are attached to a load, and then several times around a fixed block.
The end of the cable that is not connected can be pulled manually or by using a device called a winch.
The system of pulleys multiplies the force applied to a load by increasing the distance that cable passes between two blocks. This value is referred to as mechanical advantage.
In the film industry, a jib is a type of crane used to lift heavy objects.
Larger pieces of lifting equipment are often called cranes, while smaller ones may be referred to as jibs.
Electric overhead traveling cranes, or EOT cranes, are one of the most common types of overhead cranes. They have parallel runways and a traveling bridge that spans the gap between them.
These underslung cranes are used where there is not enough room to raise a crane mounted on its own legs, or when the structure is built does not support any other means of lifting materials.
KBK Rail System operates without the use of electricity or hydraulic pressure. The system is easy to maintain. It requires no lubrication and never breaks down
The controller converts the radio signals into electrical pulses and sends them to the crane's motor controllers.
Hoists are used to lift material or machinery. A hoist consists of a drum, rope, or chain that is wound around the lifting device.
A hoist is one of the parts/components that makes up a crane. It moves materials from place to place according to whatever function it's meant for, and can be classified into four types: manual, hydraulic, pneumatic and electric hoists.
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Digital Subscriber Line is the whole meaning of DSL. It is a communication medium used for high-speed internet transmission over copper telecommunication wire. DSL Busbars are made up of highly electrically conductive metals and they distribute & carry power from a source to a destination or multiple destinations. They are used in EOT Cranes to supply power from the grid to the crane control panel. The complete Form of DSL busbar is Down Shop Lead.
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