How Mobile Tower Cranes Work

Mobile tower cranes are usually used in companies that produce heavy equipment or in the construction industry. These quality mobile cranes are mounted on a vehicle intended for the purpose or attached to the floor.

Because of its function and structure, the crane is divided into cranes or towers. It is equipped with rollers and cables to lower or raise material.

The cell tower crane is mounted to the floor, which increases its lifting capacity and allows it to reach height. This is usually used when building skyscrapers. All mobile tower cranes are basically built with similar parts, towers (or poles), bodies and rotating pedestals.

The crane base is attached to a very large, rigid concrete base to support the crane. This pad was made several weeks before the arrival of the mobile crane. A large anchor bolt is held deep in the concrete base to support the crane and prevent it from falling.

The pole is connected to the base and this gives the required height from the tower crane. The rotating block is then attached to the top of the mast, which has gears and motors to help turn the crane.

At the top of the rotating block there are three parts, namely the working arm or horizontal comb, the driver's cabin and the uneven engine arm.

Work arms are used to carry weights with the help of a trolley. The short horizontal arm of the machine consists of a crane motor and electronics along with concrete weights. The cabin where the operator sits is at the top of this tower.