When you've already had enough of the holiday season, but it's only just begun. 0:29 video:
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The bad thing is the tree wound up in the cab of the truck as well.
What I don't understand is why didn't they position the crane to the side of the trailer then they would not have had to boom out so far
Do you have a 35 I asked him.
No our next sized crane is our big 50 ton.
Ok then I want the 50 for this pick because we have to fly over and lower between 2 existing buildings and these platforms could be considerably heavier than I have them estimated due to the difference in stated weights of materials and actual weights.
But the 50 ton will cost you twice as much.
Yeah and how much would it cost to rebuild a couple of buildings? Not to mention the cost of materials in them or the possible human lives that could be injured or lost.
As it turned out the computer on the fifty ton showing the weight and load limits while making the pick was significant enough that had we used the 25 it might have been able to do the pick but there would have been ZERO margin of safety
The main thing's to consider before any lift is capacity of any crane,and weight of lift, and proper footing of the outriggers, positioning of the crane to the object, the placement of said object. It looked as though the crane was of large enough size but was set up in a soft wet field as the right side outrigger sank into the ground! I didn't see any cribbing under the outrigger foot, if there was, there wasn't enough!
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