Raimondi tower crane debut

25 April 2018

A pair of new tower cranes have made their debut from Italian manufacturer Raimondi. French dealer GP Mat International is showing them on its stand in the exterior area 6 stand CO87. The LR330 luffing jib tower crane was announced in February. It is an 18 tonne capacity model with a maximum 60 metre jib. Capacity is 3.3 tonnes at maximum radius.


Raimondi’s LR330 is debuting on the GP Mat International stand at Intermat

The other unit is an MRT234 shown with an operator elevator. This model was launched in 2017. It has a maximum jib length of 70 m and lifts 12 tonnes on four falls of rope. In Ultralift mode, the MRT234 can lift 2,250 kg at the maximum radius. Eight different jib length configurations, from 70 to 28 m, are available to meet a range of jobsite requirements. Hoist winch options are a standard 45 kW version; or a more powerful 55 kW model.


The Raimondi MRT234 on GP Mat International’s stand at Intermat


The operator elevator on the MRT234


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