L&T Jib Towers for Indian Monument
The MR 295 is a mid-size model designed to have a compact counter jib. It had the required free-standing height, as well as the right capacity and working envelope for this project, the manufacturer continued. Capacity at the end of the maximum 60 m jib is 2.7 tonnes and, on this job, they have 50 m jibs. The MC 205 B lifts 2.4 tonnes at the end of its 60 m jib, which is the maximum for this model.
Loads for both cranes include rebar, concrete and steel, and assembling the bronze fixtures for the outer cladding. Material in the structure includes 5,600 tonnes of steel and 66,000 tonnes of concrete. Cladding the structure will be 1,900 tonnes of bronze. Completion is due in October 2018.
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