Lieberr's crane program has remained unsurpassed within the industry when it comes to versatility. This series has a wide array of equipment of various sizes and category systems, while providing and offering ideal lifting technologies to be productive for any type of engineering task. These fast-erecting cranes are very adaptable. The top-slewing crane models have proved their worth and have proven to be really efficient in both the realm of residential construction projects and within the building of large scale industrial projects all around the globe.
H Cranes - The H series cranes depend upon hydraulics to initiate basic handling. Hydraulic rams on the tower and on the jib move the H crane to its working position rather quickly. The folding tower has solid tight-welded walls.
TT Crane - The 32 TT fast-erecting cranes are a really economical and multi-talented equipment series. It provides 7 different load moments and various jib lengths in order to complete the job at hand. Moreover, this particular series offers 3 various under-hook heights.
K Cranes - K Cranes are fast-erecting cranes designed with a lattice construction. They extend from 26 to 120 metric tons. These kinds of cranes are equipped with basic erecting kinematics and are available with different hook heights and different jib lengths.
HM Cranes, Mobile - Hydraulics is what's responsible for making the mobile fast-erecting HM series of cranes easy to assemble. The hydraulic erecting kinematics ensures that the HM cranes are erected extremely safe and fast. These crane functions can be carried out by an individual working alone.
R Cranes, Crawler - The R series crawler-track cranes provide higher off road and on site mobility.
The EC-B Flat-top crane series provides a range of models staggered from 50 to 380 m. The 380 EC-B 16 Litronic is actually at the best series.
High-Top EC-H - For quick and easy set-up, the EC-H cranes are economical and offer innovative drivelines. These types of cranes are perfect for medium to large construction projects. Separate crane components could be transported in the order which they will later be assembled.
Heavy-Load HC - This group of universal cranes vary from 1250 to 5000 metric tons. HC cranes are engineered for very long jibs and really high hook heights.
Luffing HC-L - Luffing cranes have been engineered for completing work on particularly high buildings or in really restricted spaces.
Derrick DR - The Derrick DR crane was developed as a specialist disassembly crane. It is used bridge pylons and telecommunication towers.