(1) Once he had separated the piece enough to get a chain around it, then a crawler crane came into play.(2) Four fully hydraulic crawler cranes with a capacity of 80 kN operated the grabs.(3) Fifty workers using five crawler cranes will be at the site six days a week.(4) Essex Crane, which serves contractors nationwide, owns 500 crawler cranes in its fleet.(5) Table 4 gives examples of time needed to clear land using two different sizes of crawler tractors.(6) To avoid interfering with steel erection, the precast seating risers followed the steel at night, using the same crawler cranes.(7) It does not include any plans to close the crawler lane up the hill.(8) One of the most important aspects of new models of crawler dozers is the comfort of the operator.(9) The A59 in that section comprises two lanes plus a crawler lane for slow traffic going uphill.(10) The crawler lane is intended to be a safety feature.(11) The use of crawler cranes is increasing and may be required in some cases.(12) An example of a ‘group’ linked cost is the cost of providing crawler lanes for heavy vehicles.(13) They also back a series of road safety measures and traffic restrictions, including crawler lanes, realigning bends and traffic lights.(14) The whole assembly was carried to the launch pad on a vehicle known as a crawler transporter.(15) The speed makes up for the energy difference between this method and dropping a heavy weight from a crawler crane's jib, and there is no flying debris.(16) Contractors are also performing more lifts from outside the building where crawler cranes have greater mobility and stability.
(1) night crawler :: nat crawler
1. creeper ::
2. wiggler ::
3. lackey ::
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