In the case of PALFINGER’s new High Performance heavy-duty cranes PK 65002 SH, PK 78002 SH and PK 92002 SH, the focus was placed quite clearly on the optimization of customer benefit in respect of operating comfort, technical superiority and safety. A higher lifting moment with the dead load remaining almost identical, functional design, a maintenance-free extension boom system and Power Link Plus reverse linkage systems are the highlights and performance features that have found a particularly positive resonance in the market. The SH series – as the jewel in the crown of the High Performance crane family – stands out by virtue of its perfect blend of power and intelligence. In the PK 92002 SH PALFINGER now presents the largest crane model with “SH package”.
As a market and technology leader, PALFINGER is setting standards once again with the High Performance Stability Control system, HPSC for short. Sensors for proportional path measurement located in the stabilizers make their positioning fully variable. An algorithm developed specially by PALFINGER calculates a stability curve which describes the stability limits very accurately and as a result enables maximum utilization of the crane’s safe working range. The crane’s lifting power is utilized to its best effect. The operator can read off the current stabilizer status at any time on the clearly laid out display on the operator’s console or on the display of the radio remote control.
PALFINGER has concentrated all its accumulated truck-mounted crane technology in the PK 92002 SH which meets the requirements of the new crane standard EN12999:2011 in every detail. Equipped with double slewing system, maintenance-free extension boom system, HPSC and Power Link Plus, it is an ambassador of PALFINGER’s expertise in heavy-duty cranes.
Endless slewing system with two slewing drives. Since the two drives are reciprocally hydraulically prestressed, the crane’s slewing play is reduced to a minimum – a priceless advantage for jobs requiring a high outreach. The double slewing system ensures a high slewing torque and extremely precise crane movements.
PALFINGER is clearly setting the standard for ease of maintenance and environmental protection with the maintenance-free extension boom system. 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. This not only saves time and money but also protects the environment.
Functional design. The new design vocabulary keeps abreast of the times – in shape and choice of materials. Covers of synthetic material dominate the appearance. Covers of synthetic material over control valve, pivot gear and hydraulic hoses are particularly eye-catching.
Integrated Tank. The hydraulic oil tank integrated into the base frame helps to save space. There is no longer any need for additional installation space on the vehicle.
Concentrated PALFINGER crane technology. Of course, in addition to its functional and appealing design elements, the PK 92002 SH also embodies PALFINGER’s most innovative technology. Numerous comfort and safety functions such as S-HPLS, OS, DPS-Plus, HPSC and Soft Stop make the user’s everyday work easier.
PALFINGER High Performance cranes are true powerhouses due to their geometry and technology. Intelligent electronic systems for increasing the lifting power come into their own in situations where more power is needed in the short term. The new S-HPLS offers a 5% increase in lifting capacity compared to the established E-HPLS. Unlike the E-HPLS, which is switched on manually, activation of the SH system is fully automated. The lifting power is increased continuously as required.
The PK 92002 SH has a lifting moment of 85.5 meter tonnes. Equipped with up to 9 hydraulic extensions, it achieves a hydraulic outreach of 22.5 meters.
A new function recently implemented by PALFINGER is the electronic limit position damper, referred to as the “Soft Stop”. This brings about gentle braking of all the crane’s movements before the mechanical end stop is reached. This means that jerky movements and load collisions due to swinging loads can be prevented in order to protect the driver, the load and the vehicle.
With the help of the Dual Power System (DPS) Plus, a sophisticated combination of state-of-the-art crane and control technology developed by PALFINGER, the fly jib can be operated with two pressure ranges by using a special electronic overload cut-off. The second generation of the original DPS system which emerged from the PALFINGER forge also enables a further increase in the lifting power in the extended state by up to 15%!
All the crane functions are easy to control via the new radio remote control with LCD display. The control panel boasts a new large graphic display screen that shows the operator a variety of operating conditions such as capacity usage, active systems, servicing intervals, movements currently accessible or the position of the stabilizers.
Be it moving heavy machinery in halls, precision installation assignments or delicate loading of boats – as a multi-talented quick-change artist the PK 92002 SH always pulls out the right stops for every task.
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