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Spain's Comansa launches large-capacity flat-top crane

The Comansa 21LC1400 model crane comes in two versions, with maximum load capacities of 50 or 66 tonnes

Spain's Comansa launches large-capacity flat-top crane
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Spain's Comansa launches large-capacity flat-top crane

Spanish tower crane manufacturer Comansa has announced the addition of the 21LC1400 model to its range of large-capacity flat-top cranes that are now available for use in in infrastructure and prefabricated prefinished volumetric construction (PPVC) projects.

The model will also provide improved performance in other projects that involve lifting very heavy loads, such as in shipyards, mining, and other industrial sectors, as the crane comes in two versions, with maximum load capacities of 50 or 66 tonnes.

The 21LC1400 will feature a modular design counterjib to reduce the operating radius in small sites. A single and highly compact trolley-hook has also been designed for the model – instead of Comansa’s single-double trolley system that is standard in its other models – as the crane will be used in projects where maximum load capacity is required for nearly every lift.

The model has an 85m jib as standard, extendable up to 90m, and a cage designed as an extension of the range that includes upgrades of cages previously available only for smaller cranes.

Comansa has also announced the addition of Quick Set – an electronic limitation system that reduces the set-up time of a crane from 3 hours to 45 minutes.

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