Fassi adds new loaders

25 April 2008

New from Italian loader crane manufacturer Fassi are the F330D and F360DXP. The two new models, which are part of the company's Evolution range, replace the F330B and F360BXP, respectively, and will be launched at the Transpotec show in Milan, Italy, at the end of April.

Both the new cranes have a longer maximum outreach than their predecessors and are fitted with Fassi's Pro-link system. The Pro-link (progressive linking) system, allows the secondary boom to be folded back by 15 degrees beyond horizontal.

The F330D is available in seven variations ranging in maximum horizontal outreach, by using between two and eight extensions, from 8.15 to 20.9 m and has a maximum load moment of 33 tonne-metres. The F360DXP has the same number of variations and outreach capacities but has a maximum load moment of 36 tonne-metres.

Both models can be supplied with RCH remote control and a software system that manages all accessories for the crane.

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