Comansa to introduce new luffing jib crane at Bauma 2022


The Spanish tower crane manufacturer’s first hydraulic model has a maximum load capacity of 16t and reach of 60m

Comansa is expanding its range of luffing jib cranes with the launch of the LCH300, its first hydraulic model, which will be presented at Bauma 2022.

According to the manufacturer, the new addition has a maximum load capacity of 16t and reach of 60m, and is available in several versions: embedded, supported on bases of six or eight metres and movable.

The Comansa 16LC260 Flat-Top Crane was shortlisted in the ‘Crane of the Year’ category at the 2022 Construction Machinery Middle East Awards.

 

 

According to the firm, the LCH300/16t crane can be assembled with 2.5 x 2.5m tower sections. Its modular jib has a reach of 25-to-60m, with configurations every five metres. It has a minimum working radius of four metres and a minimum radius of nine metres when out of service.

The maximum load capacity is eight tonnes with the one tonne configuration and 16t with the two tonne configuration, while maximum load at the jib end is 3,400 and 3,150kg respectively.

“Comansa luffing jib tower cranes offer optimal performance where horizontal jib cranes cannot move loads freely due to space limitations. Now, with the incorporation of the LCH300 hydraulic model, the luffing mechanism is optimised to offer even greater performance and an efficient assembly, as well as reduction of the radius when out of service,” the company said.

In August 2020, the firm introduced a new generation of its 11LC flat-top tower cranes, while in March 2021, it expanded its flat-top tower crane range with two models.



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