When lifting in a difficult accessibility situation becomes easy for a Fassi craneCape Town (South Africa) - January 2016 - In the photo is a 62 ton/m Fassi crane, involved in the handling of a high-voltage electrical transformer. This Fassi crane set up on an Iveco vehicle, which is owned by the body that manages the maintenance and development of the Cape Town metropolitan electricity grid (City of Cape Town's Electricity Services Directorate) is used predominantly when the maintenance operations must be carried out in spots with difficult or limited accessibility.
This situation is common in densely populated areas. Another typical situation with these types of operation happens when it is necessary to handle bulky loads in confined spaces, in this case the Fassi articulated cranes manage to solve very critical situations.
The F660RA.2.28 he-dynamic crane model in the photo has a lifting capacity of 55.35 ton/m and an outreach of 20.60 m.