How construction crane works?
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A construction crane is a large machine used for lifting and moving heavy objects. It is made up of several components including a boom, hoist, jib, counterweights, and engine. The boom is the horizontal arm of the crane that rotates around a tower and is used to lift and move objects from one location to another. The hoist is a device connected to the boom that is powered by an engine or hydraulic system and helps to lift the objects. The jib is the vertical arm of the crane and is used to hold the objects in place or to move them back and forth.
Counterweights are attached to the boom to stabilize the crane and keep it balanced. An operator controls the crane from the control panel which enables them to maneuver the crane and its attachments.