Alimak hoist launch

By Euan Youdale03 November 2016

Tormod Gunleiksrud, CEO and president of Alimak Hek in front of the SC 45/30.

Tormod Gunleiksrud, CEO and president of Alimak Hek in front of the SC 45/30.

Alimak Hek will introduce two upgraded construction hoist models at Bauma China.

The Alimak SC 65/32 and SC 45/30 are the latest hoists to be upgraded for goods and passenger vertical transportation. They feature an upgraded door design and enhanced drive unit technology that is designed to provide safety, and improve productivity and reliability

The company is also showing its latest design in tower crane lifting technology, the Alimak TCL, designed for installation on the majority of existing tower crane systems. It features simple external installation, the ability to retrofit with little to no mast modification, and comfortable and reliable access for crane operators, technicians and maintenance personnel.

Also on display is Alimak’s latest mast climbing model, the Hek MC 450; the company’s next generation of strong platforms for global use in the light and medium range of applications.

At the Alimak stand, there is also its light range of transport platforms as well as a new service elevator for industrial applications.

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