Sáez adds luffing jib towers

By Alex Dahm08 June 2015

Saez SL 240 luffing jib tower crane new from the Spanish manufacturer in June 2015

Saez SL 240 luffing jib tower crane new from the Spanish manufacturer in June 2015

Spanish tower crane manufacturer Sáez has launched the first unit in a range of luffing jib models. With its maximum 60 metre jib the SL 240 lifts 12 tonnes out to 21 metres and with a 30 m jib it lifts 16 tonnes to 17.4 m radius, preliminary charts show. Capacity at the end of the 60 m jib is given as 2 tonnes on two falls of rope. Tail swing radius is shown as 7.8 m and, with the 60 m boom at 85 degrees, the minimum radius at the front is shown as 6.4 m.

The complete slewing unit is 4.6 x 4.8 x 3.3 metres and weighs 13.5 tonnes. Mast sections are 2.3 x 2.3 m. It can be configured for either internal or external climbing.

Sáez is already working on larger models, including an SL 280, SL 465 and SL 710. In a couple of years there should be a complete range, said Juan Ballester, responsible for sales.

Look out in International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine and at www.khl.com for more information as it becomes available.

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