New QLY crane from NDF

By Laura Hatton14 August 2014

The crane can travel along 5 m wide roads

The crane can travel along 5 m wide roads

Crane manufacturer Zhengzhou New Dafang Heavy Industry Science & Technology (NDF) in China has launched a new model in its QLY series, the QLY1560 self propelled tower crane.

The QLY1560 is designed to install 2.5 MW wind turbines. It has a capacity of 100 tonnes and a maximum lifting height of 100 metres, the manufacturer said.

The crane has a three-section telescopic truss structure and a four-bar linkage system, the manufacturer said. The crane can travel along 5 m wide roads and it can be erected within a 20 by 20 m area. Cranes from the manufacturer's QLY series use a CAN bus system and can be operated either from the cabin or by remote control.

The QLY series crane has acquired more than 30 patents and passed the CE certification by TüV, the manufacturer said.

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