Alimak to launch hoist pair at Bauma China

14 November 2014

Alimak Hek is introducing two new construction hoists at Bauma China.

The Alimak SC 65/32 and SC 45/30 are available in single or dual car configuration. Both new hoist models offer payloads of 2000 kg per car, and car sizes 1.5 x 3.2 m and 1.4 x 3.0 m.

The hoists are available with either DOL (direct-on-line) or FC (frequency control) drive via a helical gearbox system. They are design with quality, high-strength materials for low energy consumption, improved running efficiency and less wear, said the manufacturer.

Engineered in Sweden and manufactured in China, the new models have undergone a series of rigorous safety and quality tests. Driven by a high-efficiency helical gearbox, the Alimak SC 65/32 and SC 45/30 offer increased hoistpower, smooth operation and energy efficiency, added the manufacturer.

“We are big believers in keeping the TCO (total cost of ownership), as low as possible,” said Pepe Olguin, head of construction at Alimak Hek Group AB. “With the new construction hoist developments, we aim to widen our product offerings in the BRIC markets.”

Also on the Alimak stand will be the latest modular Alimak construction hoist system, the modular Hek medium range mast climbing work platforms, light range transport platforms, as well as a new service elevator.

Bauma China 2014 will take place from 25 – 28 November 2014 in Shanghai, China. Alimak Hek will be in the outdoor exhibition area, close to 1# entrance and hall W2, stand number A14.

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