A completely new geometry for the main column and secondary arm, offering a capacity class of 132 tm. Presenting the Fassi F1750R-HXP TECHNO, the latest addition to the crane category.
Less than a year on from the launch of the first new TECHNO range model, the F1450R-HXP crane, a further step has been taken in expanding the range, one that has come well ahead of schedule; the new Fassi F1750R-HXP is ready for production.
Fassi has developed an electric crane powered by a lithium battery pack, which can be recharged either by the truck's internal combustion engine while travelling or by mains power.
With the Fassi SHT system the crane can be used in all situations that require zero-emissions and silent machines.
The performance and the excellent power-to-weight ratio of the Fassi F1450R-HXP Techno are the result of a series of significant innovations.
The Fassi XR710 is a model with a rigid single boom and winch, extremely simple in construction and proposed for markets in non-European areas where this type of crane is mainly used.
Fassi takes another step forward in its strategic vision as a global player in the lifting sector, strengthening the Fassi Asia Pacific division, based in Nilai, near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, with the development of a range of cranes designed specifically for that geographical area, and more generally for international markets where there is a strong demand for this type of crane. The goal is to develop a range of "stiff boom cranes", products that have important differences in contrast to the cranes produced so far by the Fassi Group.
Fassi introduces a new crane model at the Solutrans
This new crane, developed above all for the French market, and specifically for the public works sector, is characterized by the foldable assembled hydraulic tool (bucket), to allow the body to be free from obstructions and easier working underneath the hopper. This characteristic will turn into a sure advantage once the directive requiring that body used to carry crumbly materials be covered will be enacted at the European level. The crane also includes an innovative geometric solution that allows the reversed folding of the outer boom, in order to minimize overall dimensions when the crane is completely folded.