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Hydra Crane

Hydra Crane

Hydra crane, also known as a hydraulic crane or mobile crane, is a type of crane equipped with a hydraulic lifting system. It is widely used in construction, industrial, and logistics sectors for various lifting and material handling tasks. Hydra cranes are highly versatile and offer mobility, making them suitable for working in different locations and environments.

Here is some information about hydra cranes:

Hydraulic Crane Components:

Boom: The boom is the main horizontal arm of the crane that extends and lifts loads. It can be telescopic or lattice boom, depending on the crane model.
Hydraulic System: Hydra cranes use hydraulic systems to control the lifting, lowering, and extension of the boom. The hydraulic system consists of hydraulic cylinders, valves, pumps, and fluid reservoirs.
Counterweights: To ensure stability during lifting operations, hydra cranes are equipped with counterweights attached to the rear of the crane. These counterweights balance the weight of the load being lifted.
Outriggers: Outriggers are hydraulic legs deployed from the crane's chassis or truck to provide additional stability by expanding the crane's footprint and preventing tipping during lifting operations.

Features and Capabilities:

Mobility: Hydra cranes are mounted on wheeled vehicles or truck chassis, allowing them to move easily between job sites. This mobility reduces setup time and makes them suitable for projects that require frequent relocation.
Lifting Capacity: Hydra cranes come in various lifting capacities, ranging from a few tons to several hundred tons. The lifting capacity depends on the crane's design, boom length, and hydraulic system.
Reach and Height: The reach and height of a hydra crane depend on the length and extension of the boom. Some models can reach several stories high and have a horizontal reach of tens of meters.
Versatility: Hydra cranes can be equipped with various attachments and accessories, such as jibs, hooks, grabs, and buckets, to perform different lifting and material handling tasks. Operator Cabin: The crane is operated from a control cabin located on the crane or from a remote control station. The operator has a clear view of the working area and controls the crane's movements and functions.