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Fassi F1950RA.2.28 he-dynamic

A Fassi F1950RA.2.28 he-dynamic knuckle boom crane lifts a 40,000 lbs girder on Canadian building site


Nisku (Canada) – On 17th May, the F1950RA.2.28 he-dynamic crane belonging to Encore Trucking & Transport Ltd., a transport and handling company based in Edmonton (Alberta), installed a double-girder overhead crane weighing 40,000 lbs (approximately 18.14 t). What makes this lift exceptional is that typically these girder cranes are installed piece by piece, but due to the Fassi crane’s considerable capacity, the girder crane was assembled on the ground and then the entire apparatus was installed with just one lift from the Fassi crane.

The operator found this method to be much more efficient and convenient. Since having taken delivery of the crane at the end of 2016, Encore have gotten more than satisfactory results from this equipment, executing a wide variety of different handling operations, including lifting propane tanks, transformers and electrical equipment, heavy construction equipment, as well as precast concrete pieces.

The F1950RA.2.28 he-dynamic is mounted on a Western Star tandem truck.

(Courtesy of S. Lobkowicz, Encore Trucking & Transport Ltd.)

Fassi Gru S.p.A. - Loader cranes manufacturer since 1965

Fassi Gru is the market leader among Italian producers. Its product range and the number of cranes sold place it among the top producers in the world of hydraulic cranes.
The productive potential is approximately 12,000 cranes per year. The entire range is exported and distributed throughout the world via a rapid and widespread distribution network. From Canada to France, from England to Australia, Fassi professionalism has set itself the goal of meeting the different needs of the market, often linked to specific geographical and economic conditions of individual countries.

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