April 23, 2021
The new cranes F315B (slew ring rotation) and F315RB (continuous rotation), include the latest Fassi technology, decagonal extension design and folding pulleys
The new Fassi mid-range cranes are designed in the HC1/HD4-S2 class, that is, they are cranes manufactured for intensive use (the S2 class cranes will have twice the useful life in intensive use (at 100%) than the same crane designed in class S1). To refresh the "classifications" of crane design and its performance we recommend reading the post on this subject here: https://bit.ly/3vqtkTu
Fassi has devoted a great effort to reducing the weight of the booms, in addition to reducing the overall weight of the crane, it has increased the lifting capacity compared to previous models (F315A.2 and F315RA.2) while maintaining its dynamic characteristics. Both models are equipped with the "e-dynamic" pack and the XP (Extra Power) function.
Among the most outstanding features we'd like to mention:
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June 26, 2020
New crane model on continuous rotation base available in Transgrúas to come and see and learn all its benefits & performance
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May 28, 2019
The new model in Fassi's mid-range improves the weight/power and tare ratios, to the benefit of versatility and adding values that are especially important for the construction industry
The F345RB xe-dynamic is equipped...
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An important fact to bare in mied when knowing the performance of a crane, is to identify under which classification the crane is manufactured. Let us clarify this point: when buuilding a crane, the manufacturer must take...
November 28, 2017
There are 3 basic objective concepts that will determie two questions: the performance and life (working cycles) of a hydraulic crane.