We return to ConExpo with exciting innovations
4 March 2020
From 10 to 14 March, we look forward to seeing you at Stand F5200, located on the Festival Grounds, where you can see our latest innovations for yourself
After taking part in WOC in February, we return to Las Vegas as exhibitors at the ConExpo for the second time. In the previous edition, we presented the J168HPA, a crane that was gaining popularity in other markets which went over really well with the American public after the trade show. We also launched SMARTLINK, our cloud-based crane monitoring system.
This time around, we’ll be showcasing the J265PA, a crane that stands out for its technical features such as:
Advanced clamp brake system on luffing
Optional secondary brake on hoist mechanism
Reduced 10m out of service park radius
Highest performance levels on moment
High performance and high speed winches up to 366m/min
Outstanding free-standing height of up to 95m with our new TSP24 towers
As of today, it’s a crane that has done very well in markets such as the UK, Australia, Korea, etc. so we believe it could also become very popular in the United States due to its maximum load of 18t, reach of 60m and tip load of 2.2t.
Furthermore, we will provide more information on SMARTLINK and all the functions at the customer's disposal so they can remotely monitor the crane and be apprised of any relevant event. This software also provides an analysis of their use of cranes.
What's more, we’ll talk about the J780PA and the J780PA.64, which are already in service at several construction sites and delivering very good results. We’ll also go into more detail about the J1400, which is getting good reviews. And it goes without saying that we’d love to talk about the J800.48, which comes with impressive technical specifications and is ready to be launched onto the global market. We believe this crane will be well received by the American market.
So, if you want to get a first-hand look at our newest products, we look forward to seeing you from 10 to 14 March at Stand F5200.
Source: JASO Tower Cranes