The tower crane manufacturer has announced the addition of a new model to its extensive range of large-capacity Flat-Top cranes: the new 21LC1400, a crane that will be available from September 2019.
It will come in two versions, with maximum load capacities of 50 or 66 tonnes
The 21LC1400 is expected to be used mainly in infrastructure and PPVC (Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction) projects, but this new model will also provide enhanced performance in any other project which involves lifting very heavy loads, such as in shipyards, mining and other industrial sectors.
Like Comansa’s most recent developments in the 21LC family, the 21LC1400 will feature a modular design counterjib to significantly reduce the operating radius in small sites. A new single and highly compact trolley-hook has also been designed for the 21LC1400 instead of Comansa’s single-double trolley system, standard in its other models, as this new crane will work mainly in projects in which maximum load capacity is required for almost every lift.
This model has an 85-metre jib as standard, extendable up to 90 metres and a new cage, designed as an extension of the range that includes the latest upgrades of cages previously available only for smaller cranes.
In addition, Comansa announces the addition of “Quick Set“, exhibited in Bauma Munich: an electronic limitation system that reduces the set-up time of the cranes from 3 hours to 45 minutes. This technology will also reduce the number of staff required during this operation.
This new model comes with the new CUBE cab as standard. First exhibited at the end of 2017 it offers not only innovative aesthetic design but also a completely renewed user experience; ample space and great comfort, productivity and new features, earning it the IF design award, one of the most prestigious international awards in the industrial sector.