NEW RAI­MONDI LR330 LUFFING JIB CRANE UN­VEILED

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Rai­mondi Cranes says the launch of its new lu­flng jib ,R 0 crane fea­tures a “break­through” in tech­nol­ogy.

Fol­low­ing a pre­sale process in Jan­uary, the Ital­ian man­u­fac­turer says the crane’s equi­lat­eral tri­an­gu­lar jib de­sign en­ables an ar­ray of set-ups for erec­tors.

Eng Domenico Ciano, tech­ni­cal di­rec­tor, Rai­mondi Cranes, said: “We’re proud to present a tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced, su­pe­rior per­for­mance lu­flng crane, fully Euro­pean in man­u­fac­ture, to the mar­ket. The ,R 0 is pro­duc­tive, durable, strong, and efl­cient. As the mag­ship crane of the new lu­flng range, we have in­cor­po­rated a break­through equi­lat­eral tri­an­gu­lar jib de­sign to en­hance sev­eral dif­fer­ent as­pects of the ma­chine. Struc­turally op­ti­mised, this in­no­va­tive lay­out al­lows for im­proved pack­ag­ing and trans­porta­tion, sim­pliles the con­struc­tion phase, and re­duces wind im­pact on the jib, thereby de­creas­ing the out of ser­vice ra­dius.”

The Rai­mondi ,R 0 is the new­est lu­flng jib crane in the range with a max­i­mum jib length of 0m and a max­i­mum ca­pac­ity of 18,000kg, with two falls and four falls conl­gu­ra­tions. At the max­i­mum ra­dius, it can lift , 00kg in Ul­tra-lift mode. SIX dif­fer­ent jib length conl­gu­ra­tions, from 0m to 60m, sat­isfy all needs in terms of specilc job­site conl­gu­ra­tions.

Rai­mondi, which is owned by the Dubai com­pany KBW In­vest­ments, claims the ,R 0 en­ables crane op­er­a­tors to con­trol and tai­lor the ma­chine’s work to their pref­er­ences, thereby re­duc­ing job­site stres­sors. To­gether with the new Rai­mondi safety con­trol sys­tem, there is a sig­nil­cant ad­vance­ment in per­for­mance and con­trol of the ,R 0’s three move­ments.

“Crane op­er­a­tors can now choose be­tween three dif­fer­ent conl­gu­ra­tions, en­abling a change in pa­ram­e­ters re­lated to the move­ment speeds and dy­namic,” ex­plained Ciano. “This func­tion­al­ity al­lows the op­er­a­tors to align the crane closer to their specilc needs. Fur­ther, to re­duce pres­sure on the op­er­a­tor and si­mul­ta­ne­ously in­crease the over­all level of on­site safety, the safety con­trol sys­tem’s in­stalled sen­sors mon­i­tor all the crane’s move­ments and mon­i­tor the load, sup­port­ing the op­er­a­tor as site hazards ap­proach. Alert­ing the op­er­a­tor with alarms and di­rect in­ter­ven­tion, the ,R 0 is both ag­ile and in­tel­li­gent.”

Ciano added that work­ing at height has also been fac­tored in with the crane’s sim­pliled in­stal­la­tion and dis­man­tling pro­ce­dures.

The ,R 0 may also be equipped with three dif­fer­ent hoist­ing winches: stan­dard in­stalled power of 80kw or the two falls conl­gu­ra­tion with the more pow­er­ful 110kw, while the four falls conl­gu­ra­tion has an in­stalled power of 80kw. The rope ca­pac­i­ties are re­spec­tively: 650m, 1,000m, and 980m, and all winches may be equipped with a sec­ondary emer­gency brake.

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