yellow cranes on trucks Hyva Core Line mid-size loader cranes

Manufacturer Hyva has extended its offering by adding three new loader cranes to its mid-size HB range.

The Core Line cranes are 10, 15 and 20 tonne-metre rated models for non-CE markets. Models HB102, HB152 and HB202 all have rack and pinion slewing and no power linkage. All are available with up to six extensions. Jibs are available for the HB152 with E3J2 and the HB202 with E5J2.

Improvements in the new design include optimised structure, pre-painting before assembly, new oil tanks, new stabiliser controls, load limit devices and, a new user-friendly control station for improved comfort during operation, the company said.

Radio remote control is available using HC-D4 electrohydraulics with either a Hetronic or Scanreco system. A winch can be fitted as can extra features to allow attachment mounting, including an oil cooler, work lights and an audio-visual warning device.

“This restyling is both aesthetic and functional, positioning the Core Line alongside our Edge Line in appearance and also raising the functionality and performance of Hyva’s non-CE cranes,” explained Giuseppe Bevacqua, Hyva global product manager for cranes.

Dutch company Hyva was started in 1979. Its cranes are maufactured in Italy.

yellow cranes on trucks Hyva Core Line mid-size loader cranes
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