SwingLift Gas Bottle Crane 100 - Penny Hydraulics Ltd
SwingLift Gas Bottle Crane 100 - Penny Hydraulics Ltd
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SwingLift Gas Bottle Crane 100

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IconMax Working Load 100 kg
IconBoom Reach 610 mm
IconCrane Weight 43 kg

Designed specifically for the gas bottle industry this crane provides a fast, efficient and safe solution for handling gas bottles.

Gas bottle cranes reduce the risk of injury to employees, improve productivity by speeding up deliveries and collections allowing one man operation.

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        • 100kg MWL
        • Specially designed “fast” up and down action
        • Overwind cut-out allowing safe, speedy operation
        • Easy swing action utilising precision bearings
        • Height to suit tallest cylinders
        • Remote control
        • Low crane weight of approximately 43kg
        • Built in overload protection
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        • Radio remote control
        • 12v or 24v operation from vehicle battery
        • Extra rope length
        • Battery protection
        • Lifting accessory kit
        • Powder coated paint finish

 

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