The world highest generator stator lifting was successfully completed in a power plant in Shaanxi Province, China. This lifting task is carried out by 2 sets 170-ton bridgecraneswith a lifting height of 80m.Modular Cranes – Modular cranes are typically found in smaller manufacturing facilities, smaller-sized mills, or machine shops, and have a design consisting of a more base-level hoist, trolley, and bridge. They’re economical and affordable solutions to moving material through a facility and don’t normally come with a lot of extra bells and whistles. These cranes are typically Class C and are being used at around 40% capacity, but can be bumped up to Class D with extra engineering built-in if the lifting application requires it.
The weight of the generator stator is 290t and the height of the layout platform is 65m, which makes it the world's highest platform. Therefore, the project has extremely high requirements for the lifting cranes.
The large tonnage, super-large lifting height and super-high lifting accuracy of the 660MW steam turbine generator set mounted on the world first boiler have become an essential element of the Weihua cranes in this project.
This time, Weihua cranes replaced the orange coat to white color to match the uniform color of the power plant, and complete the lifting task.