Manufactured in the UK to our customer's bespoke requirements, this super tall Jib Crane was designed to unload trucks outdoors in central London, this meant it needed to be fast and efficient, but also able to withstand the severe British winter. As a result, we recommended that the crane was fitted with a dual speed hoist that is reasonably quick but not too fast that it will risk damage to the load or become dangerous- after all, it's never a good idea to have 3Tonnes flying around too quickly! A canopy was fitted above the hoist as a 'parking shelter' when the hoist was not being used to further protect it, as well as a 'divorced' pendant control that allows the operator to operate the hoist from a safe distance. Powered slew was essential in this application, this was also controlled via the wired pendant control, with a slewing speed of The crane was installed into its snug foundation out of hours on a Sunday to avoid any unnecessary disruption to our customer's workforce and to enable deliveries to freely continue.
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A semi-truck manufacturer requested a specialized solution for installing wheels onto their trucks. Their current lift assistance device was getting jammed up on floor debris; also, tires were oftentimes falling off the fixture, and the balance was frequently off. This made rotating wheels to install them onto the truck difficult and time-consuming for the operator. CraneWerks presented an engineered solution that addressed the many issues the customer was having with their current fixture. Our low-profile design allowed the Wheel Lifter to sit as low to the ground as possible, correctly positioning it for even their lowest chassis. Tapered heavy-duty rollers keep the wheel centered and upright when rotating the lug into position and prevent the wheel from falling off the fixture. High-performance casters were added that absorbed floor debris and contributed to the long life of the fixture.
RHC Lifting Limited has supplied two vacuum lifting beams, which will be used to lift and rotate composite carbon fibre wing spars at GKN Aerospace's new state of the art composite wing structures manufacturing and assembly facility, in Bristol, UK,. Learn more. The new manufacturing facility is to become a centre of excellence in composite aircraft wing structures.
The assignment instructions are attached in the pictures below. Links to the weeks readings are below as well. Please write 7 pages double spaced using APA format with at least 4 sources. Any additional links are provided below.