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Haulotte Knuckle Boom Lifts

Haulotte Knuckle Boom Lifts

Knuckle Boom Crane
In Europe, Knuckle boom cranes have been extremely popular, since the roads are usually narrow. There are much greater limitations on trucks in Europe than there are within North America as well.

It has taken some time for knuckle boom crane lifts to break into the North American market, but now, more business owners and more contractors are familiar with the benefits of knuckle boom cranes and therefore, the demand for this machinery has increased considerably.

Advantages of Knuckle Boom Technology
An articulated crane or a knuckle boom is similar in looks to a typical crane. The main distinction is that like a finger, the boom bends at the knuckle in the middle, thus the name. This particular machinery extends a long way but is could also fold down to a compact size. These are some of the advantages of utilizing a knuckle boom rather than a telescopic or stiff-boom crane.

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As it is more compact and lighter to run, the knuckle boom provides an increased payload and a lower profile. In order to carry loads farther, a stiff-boom crane requires being extended higher. A knuckle boom provides horizontal extensions which allow it to reach longer distances at a lower height.

A telescopic crane was needed more before to perform lots of jobs. These jobs are capable of being completed now using an articulated crane because of the long reaches which compete with telescopic cranes. The reach of knuckle booms has increased in the past 10 years. Several models could extend as long as 92' or 28 meters and even higher.

The accurate control the operators have over their load is among the vital benefits of the knuckle boom crane. Since the loads could be positioned precisely where they are required, on higher floors of buildings, on the ground or on higher floors of buildings or on the ground on the roof, much greater efficiency is attained. Last of all, knuckle boom crane are extremely versatile as they are easy to maneuver around tricky obstacles on a jobsite.

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