Wolff enters Intermat

By Alex Dahm12 April 2018

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The Wolff 7534 clear, in the 315 tonne-metre range, is available in 8.5 or 16.5 tonne versions

Tower crane manufacturer Wolffkran is a first time exhibitor at Intermat in 2018. A recently opened subsidiary in Paris will provide sales, rental and service to the French construction market. On display at the outdoor stand will be the Wolff 7534 clear flat top crane. New in 2016 the 7534 clear is a model in the 315 tonne-metre range. Two versions are available, the 8.5 tonne capacity 7534.8 clear, and the 7534.16 clear which lifts 16.5 tonnes. At the end of a 75 metre jib the capacity is 3.4 tonnes on two falls of rope.

Winch options on the Wolff 7534 are 45 or 75 kW, offering hook heights of 190 and 460 metres (on 2 falls of rope), respectively. Maximum hoisting speed under partial load is 185 m/min. Gerd Tiedtke, Wolffkran product manager, said, “We are also working on a completely new double-reeved winch that will be even stronger.”

 

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