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Kamaz-Palfinger introduces new truck-mounted crane


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Press Release / October 21, 2014

The joint venture company formed by Salzburg, Austria-based Palfinger and Russian truckmaker Kamaz, Palfinger-INMAN, has added the model IT-150 stiff boom crane to its offerings.

The IT-150 is available factory-installed on Kamaz’s 65117 6x4 on-highway series, and 43118 6x6 on-off road truck range.

The IT-150’s boom can extend to up to 19 meters (62ft) and has a maximum load rating is 6.6 metric tons (14,551lb). The turning angle is 420 degrees, and a maximum load lowering depth of 18.3 meters (60ft).

Truck-mounted stiff boom cranes are in high demand on the lifting equipment market, because they have unique performance in delivering cargo to hard-to-reach locations. The IT-150 is also RUB 150,000 (US$3,581) less expensive than similar Korean products, making the new Palfinger design a serious competitor in the knuckle boom loader market.





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