Comansa will present new crane models and technologies at CONEXPO in Las Vegas, including its new version of the LCL310 luffing-jib crane.
The trade show, which takes place every three years, features around 2800 exhibitors across an area of more than 230,000 square metres.
Comansa is exhibiting its 18-tonne maximum load version of the LCL310 luffing-jib crane. The crane has a maximum jib length of 60 metres, with different configurations allowing for maximum jib steps every five metres.
It has been designed to be compact, making it ideal for use in cities or congested building sites.
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Other versions of cranes on display include the new 21LC1050 and 21LC1400 models, with maximum load capacities of up to 50 and 66 tonnes. The company aims to improve productivity and enhance options in a market focused on large, flat-top tower canes.
The company is also exhibiting the CUBE cab, a new design that aims to improve comfort, productivity and ergonomics, and the new Quick Set system. The Quick Set system is designed to simplify the commissioning of cranes with easier, safer and more intuitive adjustments. The technology will be available across the 21LC range in 2020, which will be expanded to the 11LC and 16LC ranges.