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 with continuous rotation on a fifth wheel and is available in 6 versions from 2 to 8 extensions and with all jib combinations as in the Fassi models of the same category. The electro-hydraulic equipment is also particularly comprehensive and includes ADC (Automatic Dynamic Control) systems, D850 digital hydraulic distributor, FX500 control unit, RCH/RCS radio control unit as standard (V7RRC optional), FSC (Fassi Stability Control), CPM (Crane Position Monitoring), FS (Flow Sharing), XF (Extra Fast), MPES (Multi Power Extension System), XP (Extra Power) and Prolink (Progressive Link).
Compared to previous models, it presents an improvement on the weight/power and tare ratios, to the benefit of the crane’s versatility when distributing building materials, which is usually the most important application for this category of crane. Not forgetting, however, that compact dimensions, limited weight and versatility of use make articulated cranes ideal for a wide range of applications in sectors that, although perhaps defined as niche, see them as irreplaceable partners to the vehicles on which they are mounted. Think, for example, of the nautical, aquaculture and railway sectors, amongs others.
In this model Fassi introduces the decagonal section of the telescopic extension booms: this solution better distributes the forces between the guide shoe and the beam and reduces the thickness of the latter, with a reduction in the crane’s own weight of about 15%. This new solution also allows for the guide shoes to be maintained, without removing the retractable arms and adjusting the side runners.
The Fassi F345RB xe-dynamic crane is an important innovation in the 33.2 tm lifting category. In fact, the crane is equipped with a new decagonal section of the telescopic extension booms, presenting a reduction in crane weight compared to the hexagonal solution used on other Fassi crane models.
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