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plastic outrigger pads for military cranes

TypeSell
RegionChina
Post Time2016-03-04 11:19:12UTC

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plastic outrigger pads for military cranes
As safety has been a key element in most military construction environments, Hurshin plastic outrigger pads are designed to prevent outriggers of military cranes from slipping and sinking on unstable underlaying ground such as dirt or mud. Depending on military application, either UHMW or Nylon plastic material is used to build the pads. These two materials have little difference in characteristic, but are both light in weight with excellent performance under heavy payloads and work well at temperatures in excess of 210 °F, they have a low coefficient of friction with wonderful impact strength. so they are both suit for severe military construction environments.
There are a variety of sheet, rod, and tube options for both UHMW and Nylon products available in a selection of thickness, diameter, and colors. Hurshin Plastics is the premier annufacturer of plastics outrigger pads for military cranes with over 50 locations across North China and qualified sales group available to provide the solutions to meet different size of military cranes.
Hurshin will show three of our popular heavy duty outrigger pads for military cranes during EXPO 2016, Guangzhou, China in booth #169. These outrigger pads, which are Cavity and Cleated models, meet the unique requirements of operators using heavy duty cranes in military applications, including military bucket trucks, military trailer-mounted aerial lifts,and military boom trucks.
Many military crane professionals would choose Cleated and Cavity Hurshin outrigger pads for use with cranes that has A-frame style stabilizers working in a wide variety of ground conditions.

Contact Information

Contact PersonVivian Zhao
Telephone86-534-5231262
AddressIndustrial Dvelopment Zone of Ningjin County, Dezhou City, Shandong Provice, China
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