Cranes available in electric and hydraulic versions
Omaha Standard PALIINGER will introduce five new crane models at the 2012 NTEA Work Truck Show.
Council Bluffs, Iowa—Omaha Standard PALFINGER is pleased to announce that it will be introducing five new models of PALFINGER Service Cranes at the upcoming NTEA Work Truck Show in March.
The new cranes—PSC 3216, PSC 4016, PSC 4025, PSC 5025 and PSC 6025—have model numbers corresponding to their maximum capacity. They are available in both electric and hydraulic versions and starting with the 4000lb model they will be offered with up to 25 feet of reach. The design process for these new models integrates many of the same features as the current line of PSC cranes that was released in 2010.
These new PALFINGER cranes offer superior lift-to-weight ratios and hydraulic reaches with lifting capacities ranging from 12,500ft-lbs (1.66mt) to 38,500ft-lbs (5.14mt). All PSC models will be assembled on-site at the Council Bluffs, Iowa facility.
Their new features include:
• PALFINGER's proprietary hexagonal boom design that eliminates boom sway while adding stability during long reaches,
• Winch integrated two block damage prevention system eliminating cords and reels to end of the boom tip,
• Wireless remote control standard on all models with manual over-ride controls,
• Two powered extensions with internal cylinders offered optionally,
• Maintenance free extension system,
• ECOAT Paint,
• SAE hoses with JIC fittings provide easy field maintenance, and
• North American manufacturing, service and support at our Council Bluffs, Iowa facility.
Omaha Standard PALFINGER, established in 1926, is a manufacturer of service/utility bodies, platform bodies, hydraulic hoists, hydraulic liftgates, mechanics trucks and other equipment for commercial trucks and markets its products through more than 175 truck equipment distributors across the country, as well as in Mexico and Canada. In 2008 Omaha Standard was acquired by PALFINGER.
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