Topless Cranes and Flat Top Cranes
Technicians and operators alike have been impressed with the ease and speed of the erection of topless and flat top cranes. A lot of the parts are preassembled in factory. In addition, a lot of the mechanical, and electrical components, and their quick couplings have attained a 20 percent reduction in erection times compared to the CTY Crane Series in the past. In order to ensure the crane is functioning in complete safety, each and every phase of the crane has been thoroughly planned, examined and studied.
FMgru offers the use of ecological paints and low level acoustic emissions. Moreover, on request, tints with low environmental impact can be utilized to show all the clients and customers the care of the company has for both the natural environment as well as assuring protection of the numerous areas where these machines are utilized. The company is truly proud in making environmentally sound decisions whenever possible.
The TLX Series cranes are manufactured and designed so as to be easily transported by containers, trailers and trucks. These models can be disassembled with each part of the crane breaking down to less than 6 meters length and low weight so as to facilitate the transport in narrow places. This overall design makes them a great alternative for easy assembly and transport.
Saddle Jib Cranes, Tower Cranes
Saddle Jib Cranes along with Tower Cranes could be assembled rather fast and easily. They are particularly engineered and designed to guarantee safety conditions throughout all of their operations. TCK's fast erecting cranes are designed and made to guarantee the best safety standards in each and every working situation and assembly.
The counter-jib and the jib are able to mesh together without any risky adjustments being required due to the way the hinges couple to the center plate. The distribution, slewing and lifting components of these cranes are exceptionally dependable, simple and strong. These parts are controlled by a frequency inverter that allow smooth and fast movements so as avoid overstress of the crane's structure.