Comansa announces new generation 11LC Series cranes
Comansa is developing four 11LC Series crane models: 11LC90, 11LC132, 11LC150 and 11LC160, adding to the product range a new 6-ton version of the 11LC150. All of them, as a flat-top design bring its well-known advantages as easier, faster and safer assembly, longer life for the structure and smaller distance between overlapping cranes.
Improvements include enhanced ergonomics with new and simplified accessing elements not only to the cathead, but also to the jib sections for an easy access to the trolley. Furthermore, a new single trolley is now available as an option which features a manual single-double reeving change by the operator directly from the ground.
New drives in the hoisting winch and trolley give new linear movements thanks to attached potentiometers. That makes it possible to easily move and precisely position sensitive loads. In addition to this, a new version of the 18 kW hoist mechanism has been added to the 6 tons versions, requiring less power supply while maintaining drum capacity and speed features.
Power Lift system comes standard, improving the load diagram by 10% at reduced speeds for jobs that require.
Optional 24 kW and 37 kW hoist motors feature the Effi-Plus system which increases significantly the hoisting and lowering speeds for light loads without increasing power or consumption.
Another significant innovation is the new “M” sized CUBE cab together with a resized and redesigned platform for an easier erection and maintenance. The fully glazed front of the cab allows a complete view of the load and the work area, therefore maximizing performance. The improved positioning of the seat and body posture gives an excellent comfort to the crane operator.
The Quick Set system, already available in the 21LC series, has been introduced in the 11LC family as an option. This technology is designed to simplify the commissioning of cranes. With Quick Set, the set up and calibration times have been significantly reduced using a system that leads to easier, safer and more intuitive adjustments, achieving faster and less labour-intensive calibration.