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Stacker crane for handling precast concrete parts

In the lead-up to its 50th anniversary, the Bavarian company Lindermayr modernized, in 2012, its production plant for floor plates for floor systems and double walls, initially commissioned in 1991. The objective of the measure had been to enhance the efficiency of the plant and the quality of in-plant transport. Up until that time, handling had taken place via several gantry and portal cranes, among them a 6.3-ton gantry crane with a 4-ton scissor beam. Replacing this crane while increasing the load capacity by at least 1.5 tons and improving the ease of operation, among other things, by...

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