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.
The new Fassi hydraulic crane scale models 1:50Our customers’ satisfaction of working with a reliable and high-performing product, featuring sophisticated and innovative technical solutions, is the reason for their trust in the cranes made by Fassi. Today, their passion can also be satisfied by our new scale models 1:50, rich in details and with truly special functions.
Fassi smartapp system. The first to reach this new technological milestone to support our customers
Fassi Group announces it has reached a new frontier in processing data from on-board devices of loader cranes; the new technology helps operators carry out their work with greater speed, precision, and safety.
From among the most important innovation guidelines followed by the Italian company in Albino, the one which stands out the most has to do with the Human-Machine Interface (HMI).
Its relevance has to do with the fact that today’s on-board systems for cranes - often remote controlled - are so chock-full of information that they require high levels of concentration from the operators during the quick and accurate movement of the machines.
Fassi loader crane unloads Chinese telescope
A FASSI CRANE "F155A.0.22 ACTIVE" MODEL POSE THE FIRST CHINESE TELESCOPE AST3-1 IN ANTARCTICA THAT IT WILL FORM THE CHINESE GIANT SOLAR TELESCOPE (CGST)
The efficiency of the Fassi cranes in difficult weather conditions is always an essential component to assess their technological quality. But when these conditions become extreme, almost “impossible”, the climate is transformed into a veritable open-air laboratory for testing the reliability of machines and systems developed by the Italian manufacturer.