As you can see, each unit on the catalog has its main image (or scheme).
For your convenience all the schemes are designed so that you can quickly get a general image of the cargo crane you are interested in. Each scheme answers to each of questions below.
- What is manufacturer of the cargo crane?
- What is model of the cargo crane?
- How many boom sections?
- What section type of the boom?
- What section type of the column?
- Outriggers’ type?
- Outriggers’ direction type?
- Hook-in availability?
- Controller availability
Below you can see illustrations as answers for each question above.
|Ex.: Unic (Furukawa-Unic)|
3. Boom sections
|Number of boom sections||Illustration|
4. Section type of the boom
Cargo cranes: Furukawa-Unic
Cargo cranes: Tadano, Nansei, Maeda
Cargo cranes: Furukawa-Unic, Tadano, Maeda, Shinmaywa
5. Section type of the column
Cargo cranes: Furukawa-Unic, Maeda, Nansei
Cargo cranes: Furukawa-Unic, Tadano, Nansei, Shinmaywa
6. Outriggers’ type
|Standard outrigger (round stand)|
|Standard outrigger (square stand)|
7. Outriggers’ direction type
8. Hook-in availability
Attention. Hook-in availability is also shown as an icon alongside of the scheme.
Note! Each cargo crane’s scheme is colored (body color) as close to the actual as possible.
You can look for more information about the cargo crane in the technical description.
9. Controller availability.
|Controller (Radio-controller; Remote controller) available|