Palfinger North America Unveils Nine New Crane Models

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Palfinger, Niagara Falls, Ontario, has introduced nine new crane models to the North American market. The Palfinger compact telescopic series has been completely redesigned in the performance class up to four metre tonnes. The new models offer up to 15 percent more lifting moment and up to 25 percent less dead weight. In addition, the new models have more reach and an improved slewing system. Palfinger compact models PC 1500, PC 2700, and PC 3800 set a new benchmark in this range. Palfinger has introduced two new models in the small knuckle boom class, the PK 3400 and PK 4200.

Representing a significant advancement in small-crane design, the newly developed extension system allows up to 32’2” of hydraulic reach, and are designed for use in the building materials trade, horticulture and the municipal sectors.

The PK 13002 and PK 14002-EH, Palfinger’s High Performance Power Link cranes feature innovative technology and functional design. The Power Link Plus System, where the knuckleboom is capable of tilting upwards to 15 degrees, comes standard on these two new models, enabling operators to carry out difficult tasks in tight quarters with precision.

The PK 40002-EH and PK 50002-EH are the latest models introduced in the heavy-duty High Performance series. These models are distinguished by their innovative and user-friendly product design, high payload and hydraulic outreach. They are quipped with a dual drive endless slewing system, maintenance-free boom system, function design elements, and Power Link Plus.