Single beam cranes and double beam cranes are two commonly used cranes. Many people don't know much about the difference between single beam cranes and double beam cranes. The technicians from Xinhe Crane Company of Xinxiang The difference between double beam cranes, let's learn more about it.
The difference between single beam crane and double beam crane:
1. Different working environments
Single-girder cranes are usually used in places with small span requirements, light lifting weights, and relatively small construction site environments. Double-girder cranes are mainly used in places with large spans, heavy lifting capacities, and wide working environments. This type of crane has a relatively high working level and is widely used.
2. Different structural characteristics
The single beam crane has a lighter weight, a simpler structure, and is relatively simple to assemble, disassemble, and maintain. The double-girder crane has a complicated structure, heavy weight, and complicated requirements for installation and maintenance.
3. Different manufacturing costs
Because the span of the single beam crane is small, the manufacturing cost is low and the consumables are small. Double-beam cranes have large spans, high manufacturing costs, and high technical requirements, so the prices are relatively high.
4. Different operation methods
The single beam crane is mainly operated on the ground, and we only need to operate it through the handle or remote control. The operation function of the double beam crane needs to be controlled by the operator.
5.Different mechanical properties
Single-girder cranes have lower stability, lower lifting capacity, and lower working levels. The double beam crane has higher stability, larger lifting weight and higher working level.
The above is the related introduction of the " difference between single beam crane and double beam crane ". Through the above content, we know that single beam crane and double beam crane are very different in terms of working environment, structural characteristics, manufacturing cost, operation method and mechanical performance Big difference.