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Jöst JTL 158.6
2
Jöst JTL 158.6
2012 - 6.0 T - 50 m - 42.0 m
Tower Cranes
United Kingdom
Terex-Comedil CTL 260-18
2014 - 18.0 T - 55 m - 51.0 m
Tower Cranes
United Kingdom
Terex-Comedil CTL 430-24
3
Terex-Comedil CTL 430-24
2015 - 24.0 T - 60 m - 58.5 m
Tower Cranes
United Kingdom
Tadano Faun 60/4
9
Tadano Faun 60/4
2003 - 60.0 T - 40 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, London (1GR)
144,142
Terex-Demag AC 80-2
9
Terex-Demag AC 80-2
2014
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, South East England (1OX)
New & Unused 35 Ton Capacity Hook Block
7
New & Unused 35 Ton Capacity Hook Block
1 x New & Unused 35 Ton Capacity Hook Block 5 Sheaves Design Suitable for 16mm Wire Rope Year of Manufacture 2018 Cost € 975.00. We can ship to anywhere worldwide on a timber pallet....
Crane Parts
Ireland Cork
Kato - 2019 CR-130Rf – 13 Ton City Crane
10
Kato - 2019 CR-130Rf – 13 Ton City Crane
2019 KATO CR-130Rf – 13 Ton City Crane New Model 24 Meter Main Boom 3.6 - 5.5 Meter Hydraulic Fly Jib. Hydraulically Luffing from 5 degrees to 60 degrees 3 Ton Searcher Hook Attachment 2 – Winches, M...
Cranes - Other
Ireland Cork
Kato 2019 CR-130Rf – 13 Ton City Crane
10
Kato 2019 CR-130Rf – 13 Ton City Crane
2019
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
Liebherr - LTM 1040-2.1
10
Liebherr - LTM 1040-2.1
LIEBHERR LTM1040-2.1 Year of Manufacture : 2010 45,556 Kilometres 2054 Hours ( lower ) 5704 Hours ( upper ) 35 Meter Main Boom 9 Meter Fly Jib New 1600R25 Tyres fitted Thelma retarder Full Remote Co...
Cranes - Other
Ireland Cork
Liebherr LTM 1040-2.1
10
Liebherr LTM 1040-2.1
2010 - 5,704 h
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
Liebherr LR1160
7
Liebherr LR1160
2001 - 22,170 h - 160.0 T - 55 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, East Midlands (1NT)
Liebherr LR1130
9
Liebherr LR1130
2006 - 19,795 h - 137.0 T - 50 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, East Midlands (1NT)
Franna Cranes AT14SB
10
Franna Cranes AT14SB
1997 - 21,500 h - 14.0 T - 11 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Kobelco BM600
3
Kobelco BM600
1998 - 20,000 h - 60.0 T - 42 m
Crawler Cranes
Ireland Leitrim
110,000
Kato 25 Ton City Crane
10
Kato 25 Ton City Crane
2014 - 2,988 h
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
KATO - 10 Ton City Crane
10
KATO - 10 Ton City Crane
2000 KATO CR100 (10 Ton City Crane) Manufactured: 1999 Supplied New & First Registered in February 2000 23.5 Meter Main Boom 2.5 Meter Fly Jib with 5,25 & 45 degree offsets Hino WO4C-TV Engine 2 Winch...
Cranes - Other
Ireland Cork
Kato 10 Ton City Crane
10
Kato 10 Ton City Crane
2000
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
Liebherr LR1130/1160
4
Liebherr LR1130/1160
2006 - 100 h - 43 m
Crawler Cranes
Ireland Leitrim
75,000
Tadano ATF70G-4
10
Tadano ATF70G-4
2013 - 6,000 h - 70.0 T - 44 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Tadano ATF65G-4
10
Tadano ATF65G-4
2006 - 10,700 h - 65.0 T - 44 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Fuwa QUY160
8
Fuwa QUY160
2008 - 7,000 h - 160.0 T - 63 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, East Midlands (1NT)
Fuwa QUY90
4
Fuwa QUY90
2009 - 6,500 h - 90.0 T - 49 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, East Midlands (1NT)
RB International CH50
10
RB International CH50
1998 - 50.0 T - 45 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, East Midlands (1NT)
Liebherr LTM1055-3.2
10
Liebherr LTM1055-3.2
2014 - 5,000 h - 55.0 T - 40 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Kato 2019 - CR-200Rf (20 Ton City Crane)
10
Kato 2019 - CR-200Rf (20 Ton City Crane)
2019
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
KATO - 20 Ton City Crane
10
KATO - 20 Ton City Crane
2016 KATO 20 Ton City Crane 28 Meter Main Boom 4.0 - 5.8 Meter Hydraulic Fly Jib. Hydraulically Luffing from 7 degrees to 60 degrees 6,849 kilometres 480 hours 2 – Winches, Main plus Auxiliary (Auxili...
Cranes - Other
Ireland Cork
Kato 20 Ton City Crane
10
Kato 20 Ton City Crane
2016 - 480 h - 20.0 T
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
Tadano TS75M - 7 Ton Truck Crane
10
Tadano TS75M - 7 Ton Truck Crane
1993 TADANO TS75M - 7 Ton Truck Crane. Hino Chassis 21.3 Meter Main Boom 69,174 Kilometres from New Tyres 85% Good All Round Operators Manual, Parts Book, Service Manual In stock & Available immedia...
Cranes - Other
Ireland Cork
Tadano TS75M - 7 Ton Truck Crane
10
Tadano TS75M - 7 Ton Truck Crane
1993
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Cork
Terex Bendini A300
8
Terex Bendini A300
2008 - 1,000 h - 30.0 T - 24 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Coles RT 45/50
8
Coles RT 45/50
1984 - 13,500 h - 45.0 T - 24 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Demag ac80-2
10
Demag ac80-2
2007 - 6,500 h - 80.0 T - 50 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Meath
265,000
Liebherr LTM 1055-3.1
1
Liebherr LTM 1055-3.1
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, West Midlands (1WO)
Terex-Demag AC35L
1
Terex-Demag AC35L
2007
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, West Midlands (1WO)
Liebherr - LTM1090-4.1
7
Liebherr - LTM1090-4.1
2006 LIEBHERR LTM1090-4.1 Kilometres 99,816 kilometres Hours Upper : 11,519 Hours Hours Lower : 5,579 Hours Double Fly Jib 19m. Telma Retarder. 8x6 Drive line. Engine shutdown system (refinery use)...
Cranes - Other
Ireland Cork
Terex-Demag AC35
1
Terex-Demag AC35
2006 - 7,000 h - 31.8 T
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, North East England (1TW)
Liebherr LTM 1040-2.1
1
Liebherr LTM 1040-2.1
2007
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, West Midlands (1WO)
Terex-PPM ATT400/2
3
Terex-PPM ATT400/2
2000 - 35.0 T - 30 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, Wales (3CO)
49,500
Hitachi Sumitomo SCX900-2
7
Hitachi Sumitomo SCX900-2
2011 - 7,500 h - 81.6 T - 13 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, South West England (1WI)
Hitachi CX500
8
Hitachi CX500
1994 - 45.4 T - 40 m
Crawler Cranes
United Kingdom, South West England (1WI)
Tadano Faun ATF 60-3
4
Tadano Faun ATF 60-3
2008
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, South East England (1OX)
Terex-Demag AC 50-1
10
Terex-Demag AC 50-1
2008 - 6,367 h - 45.4 T
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Westmeath
Demag ac80-2
9
Demag ac80-2
2007 - 6,500 h - 80.0 T - 50 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Meath
265,000
Terex-PPM 400/3
9
Terex-PPM 400/3
2002 - 35.0 T - 31 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom
65,000
Terex TWH215
1
Terex TWH215
2018
Auxiliary Crane
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
TEREX TWH215 2017
1
TEREX TWH215 2017
1200 hours, C/W ARDEN SELECTOR GRAB, NEW & EX-DEMO/HIRE AVAILABLEExpress Financing
Cranes - Other
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
123,962
TEREX TWH215 2017
8
TEREX TWH215 2017
LOW HOURS, EX CONDITION, C/W GRABExpress Financing Get Pre-Approve...
Cranes - Other
United Kingdom, Yorkshire and the Humber (1YO)
Tadano Faun ATF 40G-2
6
Tadano Faun ATF 40G-2
2010 - 6,000 h - 36.3 T
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom
Liebherr LTM 1055.3.1
4
Liebherr LTM 1055.3.1
2005
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
United Kingdom, South East England (1OX)
Grove GMK5130-2
8
Grove GMK5130-2
2013 - 5,500 h - 130.0 T - 60 m
Mobile Cranes / All Terrain Cranes
Ireland Leitrim
579,000

Cranes

Cranes are equipments used in construction works. They are also commonly used in loading and unloading heavy materials. Tower crane is the most famous one, commonly found on big construction site and are very easy to recognize: they are often tens meters high. The crane is most of the time used to lift steel, concrete, large tools such as power generators and other building materials.

Crane's History

Cranes are one of the first equipment used in the construction industry and it seems to have been first used in ancient Greece. At the time it was powered by men or animals. The crane had a long wooden beam called arrow, connected to a rotating base. The wheel turned helped by a rope around a drum. The cable was attached to a pulley above the arrow and a hook lifted the weight.

During the Middle Ages cranes were used to build cathedrals of Europe and for loading and unloading ships in ports. During this period the bow was added to the structure. It has improved the deflection of the crane, with the possibility to rotate. Streets were narrow and it became a great advantage in Europe was to use a crane.

The first mechanical crane appeared in the nineteenth century. It was driven by a steam engine and remained in use for several years; some models were still few years ago.

In 1908 Julius Wolff Maschinenfabrik & Co. produced the first tower cranes and 10,000 units were sold. In 1949 Hans Liebherr realized that there were no cranes on the market. That's how the famous TK-10 was manufacture.

Cranes have a combination of modern combustion hydraulic systems and internal that increases the lifting of weights. The hydraulic system is based on a simple concept: a highly efficient transmission of strengths from one point to another takes place through a fluid. Most of the hydraulic machines use some kind of incompressible fluid, to be used to its maximum density.

Cranes

Cranes

Different types of Crane

There are 2 main aspects to consider when designing a crane: the lifting capacity and the stability: Lifting capacity depends on the leveler's strength, the pulley and the hydraulic system. In addition there are two switches that the operator can use to make sure not to overload the crane.

There are different types of cranes, each manufactured to a specific use:

Cranes have been improved, simplifying the processes related to construction. They have made it safer and easier to move large and heavy loads reducing the human effort.

  • Tower crane is the first to be mentioned when talking about cranes. It does not have a rolling basis. Usually used for building's construction: it is the highest for that type of work. It must be assembled piece by piece. The base is like a high scale and the arm is perpendicular to the base.
  • Bridge cranes: often used in factories for lifting and guiding heavy pieces of metal or material with a cable mounted on a rail.
  • Mobile crane: It only has one telescopic steel arm, mounted on a mobile platform. A hook is generally suspended from the boom. The cranes can also be mounted on trucks.