CR175 crane rail. It is a type of heavy-duty rail used for overhead cranes and gantry cranes in industrial applications. The “CR” in the name stands for “Crane Rail,” and “175” refers to the weight of the rail in pounds per yard. CR175 rails have a high load-bearing capacity and are often used in applications where large, heavy loads need to be lifted and transported. Let me know if you have any further questions about CR175 crane rail.
The specification of CR175 crane rail is as follows:
– Nominal weight: 175 pounds per yard (86.6 kilograms per meter)
– Sectional area: 191.8 square inches (1239 square centimeters)
– Moment of inertia: 191.8 inch to the fourth power (31,511 centimeter to the fourth power)
– Height (overall): 6 inches (152.4 millimeters)
– Width (base): 6 inches (152.4 millimeters)
– Head width: 102.4 millimeters
– Overall length: 12 meters
It’s worth noting that different suppliers may have slightly different specifications for their CR175 crane rail products, so be sure to check with your specific supplier for exact details.
CR175 crane rail is commonly used in heavy-duty crane applications, including port facilities, steel mills, foundries, and other industrial facilities that require lifting and transporting heavy loads. The rail is used as a track for overhead cranes, gantry cranes, and other types of rolling stock that operate on rails. Due to its high weight capacity and durability, CR175 crane rail is often preferred over lighter rails in applications where heavy loads and high traffic volumes are expected.
CR175 crane rail is a standard crane rail used in many countries worldwide. It is manufactured according to international standards and can be found in ports, steel plants, foundries, and other heavy industries in countries such as China, the United States, Japan, Germany, Russia, and many other countries. As the name suggests, these rails are used in crane tracks for handling heavy loads.
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