Wholesale 35 ton rough terrain crane XCR35

Wholesale 35 ton rough terrain crane XCR35 is widely used for lifting operations in oilfields, mines, road and bridge construction, etc.

Weight: 30582kg
Max lifting capacity: 35T
Engine rated power: 162/2000KW/r/min
Max. travel speed: 40km/h


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Product Introduction

Wholesale 35 ton rough terrain crane XCR35 is widely used for lifting operations in oilfields, mines, road and bridge construction, etc.
G1 generation rough terrain crane XCR35 is designed with four innovative technologies integrated to create an ultrahigh performance ,green and energy saving efficient and intelligent lifting equipment.

Main Parameters

Item

Unit

Parameter

Max. rated lifting capacity

t

35

Max. Rated Lifting Moment

kN·m

1396

Boom length

mm

35000

Jib length

mm

16000

Machine curb quality

kg

30582

Wheelbase

mm

3700

Engine rated power/speed

kW/(r/min)

162/2000

Max travel speed

km/h

40

Max. grade ability

%

75

Max. rotation speed

r/min

2

Remarks: This product is continuously improved with the progress of technology. The difference between the parameters and structural characteristics listed above is subject to the actual product.

Performance Characteristics

1. The total rated loads listed in the rated load tables indicate the crane’s maximum lifting capacity, including the weight of the hook block and slings, when the crane is set up on firm and level ground. The rated lifting load should be reduced by the weight of the above-mentioned gadgets.

2. The operator should know the weight of the load to be lifted and its working range before beginning the lifting operation, and then pick appropriate working circumstances. Never run the crane over the chart’s maximum capacity. When the boom length or working radius is between the range of values, use the lower number from the chart.

3. Keep an eye on the maximum boom angle. Even if no cargo is being carried, never operate the crane with the boom angle over the recommended limit. The crane will tip if this does not happen.

4. Extend the boom according to the telescoping code, which indicates the proportion of boom parts that have been expanded.

5. The working radius displayed in the rated load charts is the radius when the load is raised off the ground and includes loaded boom deflection. Before initiating a lifting operation, consider the deflection of the boom.

6. Only when the wind force is below grade 5 (instantaneous wind speed of 14.1 m/s, wind pressure of 125 N/m2) is a lifting operation authorized.

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