Fassi Ladekrane GmbH · Open-air ground F8, booth N824/1

The research of the Fassi Ladekrane GmbH is actively committed to two parallel, connected fronts, basically aimed at the reduction of crane weight and optimisation of the communication between truck and crane. The objective to reduce weight is mainly aimed at limiting fuel consumption during truck movements. The decision to use hihh resisten fine-grained steels for Fassi cranes, significantly reduces the weight of the heaviest parts of the machine, obtaining greater robustness at the same time and an excellent physical-mechanical response to stress. Using these steels enables the company to...

Related articles:

Boom Truck Crane Certification Preparation

The new OSHA requirements for crane operator certification officially take effect Dec. 9, 2018. OSHA will require crane operators to be certified to operate most cranes that have a lifting capacity of...

more
Issue 2010-04 Double girder – gantry crane

Manufacturing and commissioning

Apart from the above mentioned lifting capacity and span of 28.5 m, the gantry crane has interesting features, such as, for example, the electric wire rope hoist, being classified in FEM 3 m, equipped...

more
Issue 2019-11 TEICHMANN KRANE

Two gantry cranes for L. Moll concrete sleeper plant

Teichmann Krane has supplied Leonhard Moll Betonwerke GmbH & Co. KG located in Biebesheim with a 2 x 10 tons gantry crane with a span of 42 m within only 4.5 month. The crane is used for the transport...

more
Issue 2009-12 Synergy effects from old and new

Teichmann takes over Brunnhuber Krane

The Brunnhuber Group, comprising the Brunnhuber companies for crane technology in Berlin and Augsburg as well as service providing companies, will be taken over in a so-called “asset deal” by...

more
Issue 2012-10 Bridge cranes in steel trade

Improved safety and efficiency

A well-known steel trading company commissioned the professional crane construction company GERSAB Krantechnik GmbH based in Switzerland with the construction and installation of three bridge cranes...

more