During the design process we aimed for a crane with a cable-folding jib, but at the insistence of some of our clients in strategic markets (such as the UK, Ireland, USA and Canada), where they required a jib with a folding capability, we decided to address this need by opting for a folding jib, finally offering the combination of the best of both worlds.
The new HT47 self-erecting crane features a telescopic tower, combined with a hydraulic boom, which allows exceptional manoeuvrability. It helps in avoiding collision with obstacles such as nearby trees or buildings, and also with the serious problem of trespassing on neighbours’ property when set in free slewing mode.
The HT47 lifts 1,320 kg at a radius of 47 metres, and 6,000 kg behind. In terms of height, it is able to reach a maximum of 40.5 metres without reducing load curves. To make the operators’ work easier, faster and safer, this new self-erecting telescopic crane is supplied with a 2 falls hook, avoiding the complexity of 4 falls technology.
This new model has two turning-radius options, and has the capacity to work in both single-phase and three-phase, which is a unique functional and competitive advantage for our clients.