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Comansa hydraulic luffer to launch in October

August 30, 2022  By Comansa

Spanish tower crane company Comansa will launch its first hydraulic luffing jib tower crane, the 16 tonne LCH300, at bauma 2022 this October.

The new LCH300 features a single lift cylinder and dynamic counter jib. It can handle 16 tonnes on two falls or eight tonnes on the single fall version and features a 60 metre jib with a jib tip capacity of up to 3.4 tonnes. The jib can be built in five metre sections from 25 to 60 metres. The 16 tonnes maximum capacity can be handled at a radius of up to 20 metres, while eight tonnes is possible up to 40 metres on the full 60 metre jib. The crane has a minimum working radius of four metres and a minimum out of service radius of nine metres.

The new LCH300 can be assembled with 2.5 x 2.5 metre tower section on an embedded concrete foundation or either a six or eight metre counterweighted base.

There is a choice of two hoists – a standard 50kW and optional 65kW – which are clearly visible from the cab. Comansa’s Effi-Plus technology makes it possible to increase the lift speed without affecting power consumption, which allows for faster loading cycles helping improve productivity. The crane comes with a choice between Comansa’s large or extra-large Cube Cab, both of which feature Split type air conditioning.


The crane has also been designed to optimize transport and installation and can ship on eight trucks or containers.

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