Luffing Cranes

Resolution Rigging Services has both Liebherr and Favelle Favco Tower Cranes in our Fleet. It’s common to have limited space and clearance when working with a tower crane in an urban area. This is why luffing cranes are the most ideal solution for these construction projects. 

Favelle Favco Luffing tower cranes are part of our diesel fleet of cranes that gives the client flexibility and speed of an electric tower crane without the need for large electricity consumption.

A Luffing tower crane is ideal for building projects where there is limited space on either side of the site. A luffing crane is able to raise or lower its jib, this reduces the slewing radius which allows safe materials handling in tight work areas.

A luffing crane is a great option for work sites where there is two or more cranes working at the same time because the slewing radius is greatly reduced in comparison to standard tower crane models. Luffing tower cranes also have a higher lifting capacity because the weight is transferred much more efficiently from the crane’s jib.

Luffing tower cranes are in high demand for tall buildings that are located in congested areas because they have a very short counter jib and a variable working radius, which permits high productivity in extremely narrow spaces.

Maximum lift: 25 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 2.2 T

Maximum jib length: 62 m

Tower dimension size: 2450mm x 2450 mm

Power (electrical or diesel): Diesel

Power supply required: 240 volt

FAVCO 1000E MKII DATA SHEET

Maximum lift: 29 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 3.1 T

Maximum jib length: 61.5 m

Tower dimension size: 2450mm x  2450mm

Power (electrical or diesel): Diesel

Power supply required: 240 volt

Favelle Favco M220DX Data sheet

Maximum lift: 32 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 3.1 T

Maximum jib length: 62 m

Tower dimension size: 2450 mm x 2450 mm

Power (electrical or diesel): Diesel

Power supply required: 240 volt- 32Amp

Favelle Favco M380D Data Sheet

Maximum lift: 50 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 5.1 T

Maximum jib length: 71.70 m

Tower dimension size: 2 700mm x 2 700mm 

Power (electrical or diesel): Diesel

Power supply required: 240volt-32Amp

RRS Favelle Favco M630D – Data Sheet

Maximum lift: 50 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 5.1 T

Maximum jib length: 71.70 m

Tower dimension size: 2 700mm x 2 700mm 

Power (electrical or diesel): Diesel

Power supply required: 240volt-32Amp

RRS Favelle Favco M630D – Data Sheet

Maximum lift: 16 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 2 T

Maximum jib length: 55 m

Tower dimensions size: 2300mm x 2300mm

Power (electrical or diesel): Electrical

Power supply required: 415 volts, 200 amps, 3 phase

Data sheet Liebherr 160HCL

Maximum lift: 24 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 3.2 T

Maximum jib length: 60 m

Tower dimensions size: 2450mm x 2450mm

Power (electrical or diesel): Electrical

Power supply required: 415 volts, 330 amps, 3 phase

 

Maximum lift: 16 T

Capacity at maximum radius: 4.2 T

Maximum jib length: 60 m

Tower dimensions size: 2450mm x 2450mm

Power (electrical or diesel): Electrical

Power supply required: 415 volts, 330 amps, 3 phase

 

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