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ST70/30

TOWER CRANE

CONCISE MANUAL

EU Importer & Maintenance


Jinlong Europe Zandvoorstraat 10/6 2800 Mechelen Belgium

Tel.: ++ 32/15 285454 Fax: ++32/15 209680


Jinlong Europe UK & Ireland 2nd Floor, Titan Court, 3 Bishop Square - Hatfield AL10 9NA
Hertfordshire U.K.
Tel: ++ 44/1707 226 522 Fax: ++44/1707 226 001

Manufacturer:
Fushun Yongmao Construction Machinery C Ltd. China

ST70/30 CONCISE TOWER CRANE MANUAL

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ST70/30 CONCISE TOWER CRANE MANUAL

PREFACE

Dear Customer
Jinlong Europe, a revolutionary evolution!
Reliability, quality, safety, and high technology are the success of Yongmaos tower
cranes all over the world.
In Europe all our cranes are CE approved. This is the result of a constant
technological research.
Cranes with a proven concept, lighter structures can use smaller, mobile cranes
during mounting and dismounting.
Because of our relentless efforts to improve our products, technical updates are from
time to time necessary. Therefore, the technical data in this manual are subject to
change without warning.
Jinlong tower cranes, a revolutionary evolution.
Jinlong Europe
Zandvoorstraat 10/6
2800 Mechelen Belgium
Tel: ++ 32/15 28 54 54 Fax: ++32/15 20 96 80

Jinlong Europe UK & Ireland


2nd Floor, Titan Court, 3 Bishop Square Hatfield
AL10 9NA Hertfordshire
U.K.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................................9
1.1. SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................... 10
1.2. PREPARING THE CONSTRUCTION SITE ...................................................................................................... 14
1.2.1. SPACE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSEMBLY................................................................................................... 14
1.2.1.1. INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................ 14
1.2.2. DIMENSIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
1.3. CONCRETE FOUNDATION FOR FOUNDATION ANCHORS ...................................................................... 19
1.3.1. PREPARATION ................................................................................................................................................... 19
1.3.1.1. INSTALLATING THE CRANE FOUNDATION: ..................................................................................... 20
1.3.2. REACTION FORCES.......................................................................................................................................... 21
1.3.3. SOIL PRESSURE AND CHOICE OF CONCRETE BLOCKS ON FIXING ANGLES................................... 22
1.3.4. DIMENSIONAL FEATURES OF THE FOUNDATION ANCHORS............................................................... 23
1.3.5. INSTALLING THE FOUNDATON ANCHORS................................................................................................ 24
1.3.6. SYMBOLS (EXAMPLE) .................................................................................................................................... 26
1.4. CENTRAL BALLAST ............................................................................................................................................. 31
1.4.1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................ 31
1.4.2. GROUND BALLAST TABLE ............................................................................................................................ 32
1.4.3. BALLAST BLOCK DETAILS............................................................................................................................ 33
1.5. COUNTER JIB BALLAST ..................................................................................................................................... 35
1.5.1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................ 35
1.5.2. COUNTER JIB BALLAST DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................... 36

CHAPTER 2. WINCH UNIT ...............................................................................................39


2.1. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS .................................................................................................................. 40
2.2. COMPOSITION OF THE WINCH UNIT ............................................................................................................ 41

CHAPTER 3. SLEWING MECHANISM.............................................................................42


3.1. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS:................................................................................................................. 43
3.1.1. DESCRIPTION: ................................................................................................................................................... 43
3.2. SLEWING MECHANISM (RTC) (SEE FIG.5-2-1) ............................................................................................. 44
3.2.1. DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................................... 44
3.2.2. OPERATION ........................................................................................................................................................ 45
3.3. MALFUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 47
3.4. SLEWING BRAKE .................................................................................................................................................. 49
3.4.1. RELEASING THE BRAKE MANUALLY (SEE FIG. 5-4-1)............................................................................ 49

CHAPTER 4. TROLLEY WINCH .......................................................................................51


4.1. SYMBOLS ................................................................................................................................................................. 52
4.2. COMPOSITION OT THE TROLLEY WINCH .................................................................................................. 53

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4.3. TROLLEY BRAKE (SEE FIG. 6-4-1).................................................................................................................. 55


4.3.1. DESCRIPTION: ................................................................................................................................................... 55
4.3.2. WORKING PRINCIPLE OF THE TROLLEY BRAKE. ................................................................................... 55
4.3.3. MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................................. 57

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CHAPTER 1. TECHNICAL DATA

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1.1. SPECIFICATIONS
21. 27m

71. 9m

8. 43m

70m
3. 2m

65m

12t
60m
55m
50m
45m
40m

3. 0t
3. 8t

4. 3t
4. 8t

5. 6t

6. 0t

6. 0t

6m

Fig.1-1-1

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Table 1-1-1
R

Fall

70
65
60
55
50
45
40

IV
II
IV
II
IV
II
IV
II
IV
II
IV
II
IV
II

R(max)
m
3.2-21.07
4.1-40.30
3.2-23.35
4.1-44.83
3.2-23.76
4.1-45.64
3.2-23.80
4.1-45.72
3.2-24.53
4.1-47.19
3.2-24.87
4.1-45.00
3.2-25.20
4.1-40.00

C(max)
t
12.0
6.0
12.0
6.0
12.0
6.0
12.0
6.0
12.0
6.0
12.0
6.0
12.0
6.0

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

9.7
6.0
11.0
6.0
11.2
6.0
11.3
6.0
11.7
6.0
11.9
6.0
12.
6.0

7.7
6.0
8.8
6.0
9.0
6.0
9.0
6.0
9.4
6.0
9.5
6.0
9.7
6.0

6.6
6.0
7.2
6.0
7.4
6.0
7.4
6.0
7.7
6.0
7.8
6.0
8.0
6.0

5.25
6.0
6.1
6.0
6.2
6.0
6.2
6.0
6.5
6.0
6.6
6.0
6.8
6.0

4.4
5.2
5.2
5.9
5.3
6.0
5.3
6.0
5.5
6.0
5.7
6.0

3.8
4.6
4.5
5.2
4.6
5.3
4.6
5.3
4.8
5.6

3.3
4.1
3.9
4.6
4.0
4.7
4.0
4.8

2.8
3.6
3.4
4.2
3.5
4.36

2.5
3.3
3.0
3.8

2.25
3.0

IV: Dual trolley


II: Single Trolley

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PA
VA
Fixing anchors

Untercarriage

Anchored

H( m)

14 56. 6
13 53. 6
12 50. 6
11 47. 6
10 44. 6
9 41. 6

147m

29
sections

2 20. 6
1 17. 6

20
sections
66m

7. 5m

12. 6m

21. 7
18. 7

3m

24. 7

38
sections
186. 5m

27. 7

2 15. 7
1 12. 7

F2

8 38. 5
7 35. 6
6 32. 6
2x2m 5 29. 6
4 26. 6
3 23. 6

30. 7

0. 15m

7. 65m 3m

7
6
2x2m 5
4
3

40
sections

11
sections
39m

13 48. 7
12 45. 7
11 42. 7
10 39. 7
9 36. 7
8 33. 7

93m

14 51. 7

120m

H( m)

6mx6m F1

F3

Fig.1-1-2
Table 1-1-2

F2 144t

124t

F3

78t

99t
82t

service
: InIn
Service

F1

91t

3x380V
380V 5%
50HZ

95t

93t

Needed

Necessary

electrical
force
electric
power

OutofofService
service
: Out

kVA
105KVA

: Crane
weight
without
loadload
and ballast
Crane
weight
without
or ballast with longest
with longest jib and max.height

jib and at maximum height.

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Description
Table 1-1-3

HOISTINGMECHANISM (55RCS30):
Name

Model

Motor

YRTE2-180M24B5

Reduction

R27.389.47

Speed (m/min)

Cable
35W x (7) 18

Capacity
(kW)

Drum capacity
533 (m)

40.5

Real capacity
400 (m)

37914 Nm

Load (kg)

Cable
35W x (7) 14

Capacity
(kW)

Max. capacity
533 (m)

51.5

Real capacity
400 (m)

37914 Nm

Cable
6 x (19) 7.7

Capacity

Load (kg)

II

0 68
0 34

3000
6000

IV

0 34
0 - 17

6000
12000

HOISTINGMECHANISM (70RCS30):
Name

Type

Motor

YRTE2-180M24B5

Reduction

R27.389.47

Speed (m/min)

II

0 80
0 40

3000
6000

IV

0 40
0 - 20

6000
12000

LOOPKAT (DTC120)
Naam

Motor

Reduction

Model

YTLEJ112-1204H

Speed
(m/min)

0 57

BF12-31

Load (kg)

0 12000
0 6000

Length

70 m

Front

138 m

Rear

86 m

120 Nm

1150 Nm

SLEWING MECHANISM (RTC290)


Name

Model

Motor

YTLEJ112L-145F1
YTLEJ112L-145F2

Reduction

Speed
(o.p.m.)

Capacity

2x145 Nm
0 0.8

J4238908

9111.7 Nm

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1.2. PREPARING THE CONSTRUCTION SITE


1.2.1. SPACE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSEMBLY

1.2.1.1. INTRODUCTION
This brochure provides the dimensions of the space requirements for the crane. It
consists of two sections:
- The entire crane with indication of the most important dimensions.
- The crane is shown in three parts:
Foundation anchors and undercarriage
Mast composition
Range and jib length
Based on the provided dimensions, you can prepare the assembly of the crane.

ATTENTION: The provided dimensions do not take account of sagging under


load or any manufacturing tolerances.

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1.2.2. DIMENSIONS
1.2.2.1. OVERALL CRANE DIMENSIONS

71. 9m

3. 6m
51. 7m

5. 65m
0. 15m

2mx2m

7. 5m 3m

8,43 m

84. 3m

21. 27m

Fig. 1-2-1

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150

2m

1.2.2.1.1. Foundation anchors wheel base

2m

Reinforced concrete

6000

7248

3190
3690

6000

3690
3190

7160

C3/ 2

291

4340

Fig. 1-2-2

Fig. 1-2-3

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1.2.2.1.2. Mast

NxC1

D1

E1

ST70/ 30

A1

2. 000m

B1

7. 500m

C1

3. 000m

D1

7. 260m

E1

2. 600m

F1

4. 050m

G1

4. 300m

H1

1. 180m

K1

1. 120m

K1

H1

B1

RP

C1

Table 1-2-1

MAST DIMENSIONS

F1

A1

G1

Fig. 1-2-4

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1.2.2.1.3. Jib and couter-jib.


c

L2

E2

H2

B2

M2

A2

F2

D
P2

R2

K2

G2

21. 2
m

71. 7
66. 7
61. 7
56. 7
5
4 1. 7
41. 7 6. 7
Fig.1-2-5

Table 1-2-2

RP
A2
D2
E2
F2
G2
R2
H2
P2
K2
L2
B2
M2

PA VA
2.10m
14.00m
5.47m
2.70m
1.30m
4.00m
3.10m
1.40m
3.10m
3.50m
2.50m
2.50m

Table 1-2-3

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JIB

70m
65m
60m
55m
50m
45m
40m

71.7m
66.7m
61.7m
56.7m
51.7m
46.7m
41.7m

21.2m
21.2m
21.2m
21.2m
21.2m
21.2m
21.2m

53.76m
53.76m
48.76m
48.76m
48.76m
43.76m
38.76m

18.75m
18.75m
18.75m
18.75m
18.75m
18.75m
18.75m

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1.3. CONCRETE FOUNDATION FOR FOUNDATION ANCHORS


1.3.1. PREPARATION
TO BE PREPARED BY THE CLIENT:
The concrete foundation of the foundation anchors must be executed on basis of the
parameters in Table 1-3-1.

ATTENTION: The listed parameters are minimum values to be observed,


taking account of the stability requirements of the crane

Please contact us in case of deviating conditions. 1

Jinlong Europe Zandvoorstraat 10/6 2800 Mechelen Belgium Tel.:++32/15 28 54 54 Fax: ++32/15 20 96 80.
and
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1.3.1.1. INSTALLATING THE CRANE FOUNDATION:


The foundation must be defined taking account of:
- Type of crane
- The height of the crane
- The soil resistance
For this, we refer to table 1-3-1 and 1-3-2.
The crane reaction forces must at all times be less than the soil resistance.

ATTENTION: Incorrect installation of the foundation anchors may cause


crane instability, which in turn, may result in an accident.

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1.3.2. REACTION FORCES


C
H
P
M
ET
R
TRACT
COMP
ES
HS

Mast composition
Hook height m
Total weight
Maximum weight
Horizontal force
Reaction
Traction
Pressure
In service
Out of service
Table 1-3-1

ES in service
C

ET

kg

kg/m

1+1+1

12.7

77054

1+2+1

15.7

1+3+1

HS out of service
R
Tract

Comp

kg

kg

kg

160967

2243

42304

78396

78544

166713

2411

44016

18.7

80034

172964

2579

1+4+1

21.7

81524

179718

1+5+1

24.7

83014

1+6+1

27.7

1+7+1

ET

kg

kg/m

R
Tract

Comp

kg

kg

kg

65054 184984

5587

52354

86355

80993

66544 184984

6125

51912

86798

45917

83779

68034 184984

7548

51469

87240

2747

48007

86754

69524 184984

8085

51027

87683

186976

2915

50285

89918

71014 184984

8623

50584

88125

84504

194739

3083

52753

93271

72504 184984

9362

50142

88568

30.7

85994

203005

3251

55787

97189

73994 184984

10102

49699

89010

1+8+1

33.7

87484

211776

3419

59587

101875

75484 184984

10841

49257

89453

1+9+1

26.7

88974

221051

3587

63510

106682

76974 184984

11580

48814

89895

1+10+1

39.7

90464

230829

3755

67553

116611

78464 184984

12320

48372

90338

1+11+1

42.7

91954

241112

3923

71718

116661

79954 184984

13059

47929

90780

1+12+1

45.7

93444

251899

4091

76005

121832

81444 197478

13798

52171

95901

1+13+1

48.7

94934

263190

4259

80413

127125

92934 240592

14538

67893

112514

1+14+1

51.7

96424

274985

4427

84942

132540

84424 285925

15277

84447

129953

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1.3.3. SOIL PRESSURE AND CHOICE OF CONCRETE BLOCKS ON FIXING


ANGLES
C

Mast composition

Hook height in m

PS

Ground pressure in 10N/cm2

Type concrete block

Table 1-3-2

Mast 2m x 2m
C

M101N

M142N

M126N

M169N

PS

PS

PS

PS

1+0+1

9.7

1.49

1.37

1.14

1.15

1+1+1

12.7

1.49

1.37

1.15

1.16

1+2+1

15.7

1.49

1.38

1.15

1.16

1+3+1

18.7

1.49

1.38

1.15

1.16

1+4+1

21.7

1.50

1.40

1.16

1.18

1+5+1

24.7

1.55

1.43

1.19

1.20

1+6+1

27.7

1.60

1.47

1.23

1.23

1+7+1

30.7

1.66

1.52

1.27

1.26

1+8+1

33.7

1.73

1.57

1.31

1.30

1+9+1

36.7

1.80

1.62

1.35

1.33

1+10+1

39.7

1.88

1.67

1.40

1.37

1+11+1

42.7

1.96

1.73

1.45

1.41

1+12+1

45.7

2.06

1.79

1.50

1.45

1+13+1

48.7

2.16

1.86

1.55

1.50

1+14+1

51.7

2.56

2.13

1.76

1.65

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1.3.4. DIMENSIONAL FEATURES OF THE FOUNDATION ANCHORS


The foundation anchors are placed symmetrically in the foundation block and are to
form a 2-by-2m square, based on the dimensions of the mast to be erected (see fig. 13-1).

2000

600

The distance between the topside of the mounting plate and the topside of the
foundation block must be 150 mm.

150

2000

Fig. 1-3-1

ATTENTION: Cutting or reducing the reinforcement in the foundation is


prohibited.

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1.3.5. INSTALLING THE FOUNDATON ANCHORS


The foundation anchors are mounted by means of:
-

4 foundation anchors and 8 associated pins

1 foundation frameword and 8 associated pins

1 standard mast section

1 plumb line or measuring device

1/ Check the framework for any deformation during transport. The difference

between respectively the diagonals and the bearing surface heights may be at
the most 1 mm.
2/ Install the foundation anchor on the reinforcement and adjust by means of

filling plates.
3/ Check perpendicularity in both directions after assembly of the lower mast

section on the framework. Adjust if necessary.


4/ Pour the concrete block and wait until it is completely hardened before

removing the mast section and the framework.


5/ Check

perpendicularity and horizontally (diagonally). The maximum

admissible deviation is 1/1000.

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Plumb Line

Standard
section

2 Pins in each corner

Plumb line

2 Pins in each corner

150

4 foundation anchors

Reinforced concrete

Fig. 1-3-2

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1.3.6. SYMBOLS (EXAMPLE)


Name of a concrete block (M101)
M : Concrete block
101 N: Weight of a concrete block in tons.

The upper and lower reinforcements are interconnected with loop connections.
Each layer is connceted with cruciform reinforcements.

Uper reinforcement:
33:

Number of rails

HA: High-strength reinforcement rod


33 HA 25x620 (e: 17)
25:

Support diameter in mm

620: Rod length in cm


e:

Distance in cm

Lower reinforcement:
ep:

Round rod

D:

Density

V:

Volume in m3

L:

Length

l:

Width

H:

Height in cm

NOTE: The density of the reinforced concrete is C30.


See lay-out drawing 1-3-3 (a), (b), (c) and (d).

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20
555 ( e=17)
3 11x11HA16x155 ( e=51)
1 33HA25x625 555 ( e=17)
130

20

135
70

2 33HA25x625

1 33HA25x625

( e=17)

555 ( e=17)

560

280

2 33HA25x625

555

560

M101N
L=560cm; I=560cm; H=135cm; V=42m3
Fig. 1-3-3 (a)

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70

135

130

20
20
610
2 52HA25x680
( e=12)
20
20
3 14x14=196HA16 ( e=48)
610
1 52HA25x680
( e=12)

625

20
20
1 52HA25x690 620 ( e=12)
20
20
2 52HA25x690 620 ( e=12)

D: 2. 4

625

M126N
L=625cm; I=625cm; H=135cm; V=53m3
Fig. 1-3-3 (b)

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2 38HA25x645

20

20
585 ( e=15. 5)

3 12x12=144HA16x190 ( e=46. 5)

170

70

20
20
585
1 38HA25x645
( e=15. 5)

130

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1 38HA25x655

20
620 ( e=15. 5)

20
620 ( e=15. 5)

590

2 38HA25x655

20

20

D: 2. 4

590

M142N
L=590cm; I=590cm; H=170cm; V=59m3
Fig. 1-3-3 (c)

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20
20
2 55HA20x700 640 ( e=11. 8)

3 13x13=169HA20x190 ( e=47)
20
640 ( e=11. 8)

170

70

1 55HA20x700

20

165

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645

20
20
640
1 55HA25x710
( e=12)
20
20
2 55HA25x710 640 ( e=12)
645

D: 2. 4

D2.4

M169N
L=645cm; I=645cm; H=170cm; V=71m3
Fig. 1-3-3 (d)

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1.4. CENTRAL BALLAST


1.4.1. INTRODUCTION
The central ballast consists of reinforced concrete blocks symmetrically placed
on the undercarriage. Each layer consists of blocks with the letters C or D.
The central ballast must be composed according tot the table & figures below.
The central ballast is to be supplied by the user/client.

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1.4.2. GROUND BALLAST TABLE


CP

Mast composition

HC

Hook height

NR

Number of layers

ND

Number of blocks

LE

Minimum required ballast

LD

Obtained Ballast

R. ES

Forces in service

R. HS

Forces out of service

RH

Horizontal forces

Table 1-4-1

2mx2m
D

C D

D C

R
A

RH

Fig. 1-4-1

CP

HC

NR

ND

LE

LD

RES

RHS

RH

2+0+1

14.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

2+1+1

17.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

61t

55t

7.06t

2+2+1

20.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

62t

56t

7.12t

2+3+1

23.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

63t

56t

7.18t

2+4+1

26.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

65t

57t

7.24t

2+5+1

29.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

66t

57t

7.30t

2+6+1

32.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

67t

57t

7.36t

2+7+1

35.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

69t

58t

7.42t

2+8+1

38.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

71t

58t

7.48t

2+9+1

41.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

73t

58t

7.54t

2+10+1

44.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

76t

62t

7.60t

2+11+1

47.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

78t

67t

7.66t

2+12+1

50.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

80t

72t

7.73t

2+13+1

53.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

81t

77t

7.79t

2+14+1

56.6m

12C+12D

60t

63.6t

84t

82t

7.85t

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1.4.3. BALLAST BLOCK DETAILS

540

420

250

900

150

1500

750

250

450

750

100
500

All allowed dimensions: 1cm


Rep:
Serial no.
:
Diameter
N:
Quantity
L.u:
Length unit
L.t:
Total length
Form: Form
M:
Material

mm
40

10

900

7200

10

2200

8800

10

1600

4800

REP

R30

R20

R10

L.u

L.t

500

1000

220

( )

115

R3
0

220

Reinforced concrete

Form

P: 2800kg D: 2.3

Fig. 1-4-2

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500

500

540

420

250

900

150

750

1500
3

250

450

750

100
500

All allowed dimensions: 1cm

Serial no.

Diameter

N:

Quantity

L. u:

Length unit

L. t:

Total length

Form:

Form

M:
REP
1

R10

R20

220

R3
0

R30

115

220

( )

Material

N L.u
mm
40
2 500

L.t

10

900

7200

10

2200

8800

10

1600

4800

P: 2500kg D: 2.3

Fig. 1-4-3

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Reinforced concrete

Form

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Rep:

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1.5. COUNTER JIB BALLAST


1.5.1. INTRODUCTION
The counter-jib ballast consists of various reinforced concrete blocks A, B, C;
The counter-jib ballast is governed by the length of the jib. These blocks are
suspended one by one at the rear of the counter-jib.
The counter-jib ballast is to be supplied by the user/client.
The manufacturing drawings are added in annex.
The permissible weight tolerance is + 50 kg per block.
0

We recommend weighing the concrete blocks and marking their weight with
paint on a visible side of the concrete block.

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1.5.2. COUNTER JIB BALLAST DIMENSIONS

50

21.2

21.2

21.2

Blocks

3B+
1C

(t)Weight

11.1

Weight

Tolerance

4150 kg

+50 kg

3100 kg

+50 kg

1800 kg

+50 kg

21.2
3D+
1D+ 3D+
1B+
3B
2C
1C
13.45 16.05 17.35

D
B
C

65

70

21.2

21.2

21.2

3D+
2B

2D+
4B

3D+
3B

18.65 20.70 21.75

30

100

Dimension of the blocks


Density

60

1505 5

790

Typ of the block

55

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

3210

3080

2950

2810

2400

2300

2200

2100

1380

1320

1270

1220

X 2

While using and


telescoping

45

180

Lengh of the counter-jib (m)

40

70

Lengh of the jib (m)

100
1160 1
345
1700 1

Fig. 1-5-1

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1700
Goed

145+50

Slecht

Wrong

77

90

20

180

20

Right

220

520

1505 5

3
1

3
345

3
2- 52

120
25 x 45
20

20

260

635
90

790

65 - 2

65 - 2

Round
steel
Rond staal

120

415

2- 50

Fig. 1-5-2

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C=900 D=B=1290

180x13

( A) , ( B) , ( C) X 2

180

500

500
1700 1

500

345

1548

5
R2
16
R1
8

( B) =2060, ( C) =1160, ( D) =2850

400

0
R4

270

230

0
R4

246
Fig. 1-5-3

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CHAPTER 2. WINCH UNIT

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2.1. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS


RCS
Single wire
Dual motor block
Motor power in kW

The winch unit is equiped with 5 hoisting and lowering speeds.


ATTENTION

- Starting the hoisting movement: use low speed.


- Displacements between 2 hoisting movements: use
medium or high speed.
- Positioning the load: use low speed.

NOTE: Hoisting speed selection is determined by


- Weight and size of the load
- Environmental factors
- Stage of the hoisting movement

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2.2. COMPOSITION OF THE WINCH UNIT

1.

Limiter

2.

Hoisting drum

3.

Transmission

4.

Support winch unit

5.

Dual motor block

6.

Electrical controlpanel L

7.

Resistor cabinet

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CHAPTER 3. SLEWING MECHANISM

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3.1. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS:


R

T C
Torque
Current brake
Voltage regulator
Slewing mechanism

3.1.1. DESCRIPTION:
Select the slewing speed according to the required displacement. Increase
or decrease slewing speed gradually. Slow down gradually instead of
stopping abruptly by means of the slew brake.
The slewing brake may only be used to position the jib when hoisting at
wind speeds < 13 m/s.
To prevent damage to the hoist rope, avoid simultaneous slewing and
hoisting (rope twisting risk)

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3.2. SLEWING MECHANISM (RTC) (SEE FIG.5-2-1)


3.2.1. DESCRIPTION
The slewing mechanism consists of:
1/ A squirrel cage motor turning at constant speed in the desired

direction;
2/ An electrodynamic coupling/brake producing the speed changes;
3/ A reduction in which the clutch engages directly on the slewing

ring;
4/ Safety brakes mounted on the electrodynamic coupling/brake;
5/ Tacho-dynamo, for speed control;
6/ Slewing limiter;
7/ The crane can be put in weathervaning both manually and

electrically.

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3.2.2. OPERATION
1/ Make the motor run in the desired direction.
2/ The brake releases.
3/ The electrodynamic brake inductor is supplied with direct current.
4/ An amperage change in the inductor produces a speed change. In

that way, the desired speed can be obtained by means of the


control box.
AT STANDSTILL:
- The power supply to the motor is switched off, power
is supplied to the inductor of the electrodynamic brake
and the jib is brought to a stop;
- The safety brake only locks when, in case of necessity,
the operator presses the thereto-provided button.

ATTENTION: Stopping the jib by counter-slewing is prohibited.


At the end of the workday, the jib must be placed in
weathervaning.

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

:Motor
:Gearbox
:Weathervaing mechanism
:Slewing ring
:Limit switch

Fig. 5-2-1

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3.3. MALFUNCTIONS
1/ The slewing mechanism is provided with an electronic control

device that:
- Controls slewing acceleration and deceleration;
- Prevents changing of the slewing direction by a control error;
2/ If a malfunction occurs, working with the crane must be stopped

and its cause must be eliminated.


Table 5-3-1
Operation

Normal

Abnormal

Slewing movement from 0


position on joystick.

Slewing starts gradually up to


its maximum speed.

Slewing starts abruptly. The


tower deforms.

Slewing movement towards


0 position.

The slewing movement slows


down and stops after 7-10
seconds.

Slewing stops instantly. The


tower deforms.

Shunt bridging.

Free slewing.

Slewing stops suddenly.

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NOTE: These malfunctions can have the following causes:


1/ Incorrect connection of the 380 VAC/48 VAC power

supply; excessive voltage fluctuations;


2/ Potentiometer and joystick are not compatible or are

incorrectly adjusted with reference to the resistance (OR/2);


3/ Check if the inverter is intact and operates properly

within the parameters;


4/ Check the connections of each part for damage and/or

improper tightening;
5/ Check if the control box still works within the given

parameters.

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3.4. SLEWING BRAKE


3.4.1. RELEASING THE BRAKE MANUALLY (SEE FIG. 5-4-1)
1) Weathervaning:
Engage the manual brake lever (1), according to movement A.
When the button (2) is pushed, the clamp (3) comes under the brake lever
(1).
Release the manual brake lever (1) to let it rest on the clamp (3) and lock
it.
Release the pushbutton (2). There may be no clearance at the brake lever
(1). Adjust if necessary.
When putting in weathervaning is complete, the slewing mechanism must
rotate freely.
2) Locking of the weathervaning:
Set the manual brake lever upright (1), according to movement A.
The clamp (3) releases by the spring (4) action.
Release the manual brake lever (1).
When weathervaning locking is complete, the slewing mechanism should
be locked.

ATTENTION: Locking of the weathervaning can jeopardize crane


stability in case of high wind speeds.

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1
2

Fig. 5-4-1

Fig. 5-4-1

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CHAPTER 4. TROLLEY WINCH

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4.1. SYMBOLS
D T C
Torque
Turbo timing
Voltage timing
Trolley mechanism

ATTENTION: The trolley hoisting speed must be selected according to the


distance to be run.
Increase and discrease speeds gradually.

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4.2. COMPOSITION OT THE TROLLEY WINCH


The DTC trolley winch unit consists of the following components (see fig. 6-2-1):
-

Rope drum

Gearbox

Electric squirrel-cage motor

Electromagnetic brake

Disk brake

Three speeds are available:


MV:

low speed, realized by a combination of actuation of the electromagnetic


brake and running of the motor at lower voltage (230 - 260 V);

PV1:

Medium speed, realized by partial actuation of the electromagnetic brake and


control of the motor voltage (380 V);

PV2:

High speed; the motor is run at its rated voltage (380 V) without excitation of
the electromagnetic brake.

The disk brake of the trolley winch unit is of the regular closed type (i.e. release
through voltage control).
Normal brake clearance is 0.8 1.2 mm.
The brake clearance is set in an identical way as for the slewing motor.
The brake torque is set by a spring screw. Fig. 6-2-1 item 14.

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10

11

23

22
21

20

19

18

17

16 15 14 13

Fig. 6-2-1
1.

Outer support plate

2.

Connecting rod

3.

Drum and gear housing

4.

Limit switch pin

5.

Inner support plate

6.

Limit switch, model DXZ-4/FW

7.

Motor brake field excitation voltage 20V - DC

8.

Motor, 1500 t./min.

9.

Motor brake field excitation v oltage 20VDC

10.

Protection cover locknut

11.

Manual brake release lever.

12

Fixing nut

13.

Screw M8 for disc brake.

14.

Brake pressure adjusting spring.

15

Brake disc locknut

16.

Protection

17.

Spindle connection.

18.

Bearing type 80212

19.

Transmission axle

20.

Gear coupling, speed ratio r=30.36

21.

Bearing type 60209

22.

Sealing ring PD115x140x14

23.

Trolley rope clamp


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4.3. TROLLEY BRAKE (SEE FIG. 6-4-1)


4.3.1. DESCRIPTION:
The electromagnetic brake starts operating as soon as the power supply is cut. Brake
clearance in the active range is automatically adjusted.

4.3.2. WORKING PRINCIPLE OF THE TROLLEY BRAKE.


9

1.
2.
3
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
E.

8
E
4
5
6
7

Excitation coil
Spring
Brake yoke nut
Movable plate
Brakeplate
Pressure disc
Brake lining
Screw
Cover
Brake Clearance

Fig. 6-4-1

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Brakes:
When the current is cut, the electromagnetic attractive force disappears. The brake
spring (2) pushes the pressure plate (6) back on the brake plate (5). The brake is of the
regular closed type.
Opening the brake:
When the excitation coil (1) is excited, the pressure plate (6) is attracted by which the
brake compression spring (2) is pressed in. By this, the brake discs open up.
Brake clearance:
Normal brake clearance is 0.8 to 1.2 mm. Check brake surfaces for soiling (oilgrease).
Brake moment adjustment:
The brake moment is set at the factory.
Opening the brake manually:
The brake can be released manually by loosening the brake yoke (3).

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4.3.3. MAINTENANCE
1/ Every 200 hours or once a month:
2/ Check brake clearance and brake moment, as well as the condition of the brake

discs. Normal brake clearance is 0.8 to 1.2 mm.


3/

Attention: replace brake discs before they are completely worn.

4/ Check if there is any foreign matter in the brake and if it is free from oil and

grease.
ATTENTION: The brake must immediately be inspected if:
- It does not work properly
- It is overheating
- Abnormal vibrations are noticed
- Braking torque is insufficient

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EU Importer & Maintenance


Jinlong Europe Zandvoorstraat 10/6 2800 Mechelen Belgium

Tel.: ++ 32/15 285454 Fax: ++32/15 209680


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Manufacturer:
Fushun Yongmao Construction Machinery C Ltd. China
Januari 2007