Hyva launches FFB crane line

16 October 2014

The new HB10 FFB has a 0.5 tonne metre lifting capacity. The models have been designed for the agric

The new HB10 FFB has a 0.5 tonne metre lifting capacity. The models have been designed for the agricultural market, and can be used with a hook or a variety of lifting attachments

Crane and transport equipment manufacturer Hyva Group, based in the Netherlands, has introduced a new line of FFB cranes.

The new range includes the HB10 FFB, a 0.5 tonne metre lifting capacity model, for small loads or single fruit collection; the HB15 FFB, a 1 tonne-metre rated unit, for medium loads or multiple fruit collection, and the HB50 FFB, 4.8 tonne-metre rated, for heavy loads or bulk material handling.

The models are designed for the agricultural market, and can be used with a hook or a range of lifting attachments, including forks, grabs or augers, the manufacturer said.

The cranes are designed in accordance with the EN12999 European standard, and an ISO9001 certified quality process. To help ensure strength and reliability the cranes have, among other features, a long life paint finish and an internal extension cylinder (on the HB50 FFB), the manufacturer added.

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