Comansa to unveil its first hydraulic luffing jib crane at Bauma

By Lewis Tyler25 September 2022

Visitors to global exhibition Bauma will get an exclusive look at the first hydraulic luffing jib crane, the LCH300, from Spanish tower crane manufacturer Comansa.

hydraulic luffing jib crane This new LCH300 hydraulic luffing jib crane from Comansa in Spain. (Photo: Comansa)

Capable of lifting loads of up to 16 tonnes, the 60 metre jib is extendable from 25 metres in 5 metre increments.

It can be assembled on 2.5 x 2.5 metre tower sections. The minimum working radius is 4 metres and when out of service it is 9 metres. Hoist winch options are 65 kW or the standard 50 kW unit.

The company first confirmed the launch of the crane in August, and also announced it would present its new digital product for fleet management and crane diagnostics at the show.

Comansa said that the software enables users to obtain technical information, location, productivity parameters and crane maintenance details in real time, which can “improve the productivity and efficiency of the construction machinery sector.”

In the lead up to Bauma, KHL is covering the latest news surrounding the show, including product launches and event announcements. Read more here to keep up to date with the latest news regarding Bauma 2022.

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