Comansa updates latest tower

By Euan Youdale09 August 2012

Linden Comansa has updated its 21 LC 660 with a 4 m longer boom lenght

Linden Comansa has updated its 21 LC 660 with a 4 m longer boom lenght

Linden Comansa has updated its 21 LC 660 flat top tower crane, launched in July this year.

The four capacity versions: 18, 24 36 and 48 tonnes, now have a maximum jib length of 84 metres, 4 m longer than the original version.

The 21 LC 660 is designed for large industrial, public works, mining and infrastructure projects. "Very few manufacturers can offer jib lengths longer than 80 m on tower cranes with similar characteristics to the 21 LC 660, and even fewer have flat top tower cranes of more than 360 tonne-metres," said a company spokesman.

"Because of this, with its 84 m-long jib, flat top design, 660 tonne-meters and its highly competitive price, the 21 LC 600 showcases as one of the most attractive cranes in its segment." The jib can be assembled in 5 m sections to achieve a great number of jib length and load combinations, added the manufacturer.

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