January 29, 2018
Fassi has always equipped its machinery with the latest technologies to ensure the evolution of its elements and the satisfaction of its customers.
And Fassi always explains this in a clear and transparent way through one of the systems that differentiates Fassi from other brands: the so-called "Techno Chips": a group of unique characteristics with which it equips its cranes. There is an icon that defines the technological aspect to highlight of each of the chips.
The chips that come as standard (or that can optionally be incorporated on a crane), are used in the catalogs (and web) of each crane to facilitate and make more visual information about each of their products. Among these chips are some such as the IMC (Integral Machine Control), the ADC (Automatic Dynamic Control), the S800 (Multifunction Distributor Bank) or the ME (Manual Extension).
Fassi classifies the chips in 4 groups differentiated by: control, performance, strength and service. Let's explain it a little better.
The control chips are focused on safety aspects of the crane, with which they report the innovative mechanical, hydraulic and electronic technologies available to each Fassi machine, and what useful systems the crane operator can use to benefit the use the Fassi cranes.
On the other hand, the performance chips are focused on the performance of the crane. Prepared by Research and Development together with the marketing team of Fassi, your goal is to establish the bonuses that can be found in each of the cranes in terms of benefits.
If we focus on the strength of the crane chips, they report the qualities that characterize each crane, highlighting what materials are manufactured.
Finally, the Craneblue service chip is specially designed for articulated cranes and allows to deal with any working condition, using the maximum the efficiencies of the machine.
With a total of 18 techno control chips, 10 of performance, 4 of strength and one of service, Fassi takes a very good road in terms of seriousness and transparency, facilitating the reading of the use and functionality of its cranes and machinery.
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