PALFINGER truck-mounted cranes enjoy the highest level of esteem among their users and there are good reasons for this. The perfect mix of materials combining high-strength fine grain structural steels with intelligent plastics makes PALFINGER cranes lightweights that hold their value.
With the PK 44502 and the PK 48002 EH High Performance PALFINGER is now launching two further cost-effective heavy-duty crane models onto the market. Due to their easily maintained equipment, they reduce economy and ecology to a common denominator. One of the highlights of the PK 48002 EH is the first-ever use of fly jibs in a heavy-duty crane of simple engineering. There are three different versions available for the start of production. In addition to the familiar PJ080 and PJ125 fly jib models, it is also possible to choose the newly-developed PJ100.
The “EH”-version model is equipped with the innovative HPLS technology. With the E-HPLS it is possible to reduce the crane’s working speed and simultaneously increase the lifting power if required. Electronic regulation of the high-end control valve additionally enables multiple controllability, i.e. several crane functions can be performed at once.
The user has constant lifting power at his disposal over the entire working range thanks to the Powerlink knuckle-boom system. The reverse linkage knuckle boom which can be angled upwards by 15 degrees (“Power Link Plus”) means maximum motion geometry and extreme extension of the crane’s range of use.
The PK 44502 has a lifting moment of 41.9 meter tonnes and the PK 48002 EH over 46.5 meter tonnes. Equipped with up to 6 hydraulic extensions, both cranes have a hydraulic outreach of 16.3 meters.
PALFINGER is clearly setting the standard for ease of maintenance and environmental protection with the maintenance-free extension boom system. Practical use provides confirmation, “The expenditure for servicing is considerably less due to the maintenance-free extension boom system. This is because the use of sliding elements made from special synthetic material combined with time-tested KTL cathodic dip painting means that the operator no longer needs to service the boom system!”
The PK 44502 and the PK 48002 EH High Performance are reliable partners for a diversity of tasks. It is as suitable for container transports and installation work as it is for recovery assignments.
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