Potain Hup 32-27
The Hup 32-27 was first launched at Bauma Munich 2016. It has a maximum capacity of 4 t and a 1 t capacity at its jib end of 32 m. However the machine’s biggest selling point is its versatility offering users an array of options for adjusting the height and reach making it suitable for a wide range of applications and projects.
Several jib configurations are available which offer horizontal reaches of 11.1 m 23.3 m or the 32 m maximum. With the possibility to raise the jib at 10° 20° or 30° along with a telescopic mast the Hup is one of the most versatile self-erecting cranes on the market. Maximum height under hook for the crane is an impressive 40m.
- Manitowoc launches New Potain Hup 32-27 at Bauma 2016 (Crane Market, 16th April 2016)
- BYGG taken first Hup 32-27 in Iceland (Tunnels & Infrastructure, 5th Mar 2018). The company has already placed the newest-generation, self-erecting crane on a job site in Reykjavik, where it is helping to build a residential development.
- PT Indopura buys first Potain Hup 32-27 in Indonesia (Crane Network, 9th July 2018). The Hup 32-27 is deployed on the EcoHome project, a residential development that is part of the CitraRaya Tangerang integrated township.
- Christiani & Nielsen purchased first Hup 32-27 in Thailand (Manitowoc, 9th November 2017). Bangkok-based Christiani & Nielsen set the crane to work immediately after the launch event sending it to a project in Khon Kaen in the northeast of the country. It will be working at a factory for the next two years lifting steelwork cement and formwork with loads ranging from 1 t to 2 t.