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Linden Comansa has introduced the PowerLift system for its LC500, LC1100, LC1600, LC2100 and LC3000 tower cranes. The system has a finer control of the load, allowing for the crane's rated load at a farther reach. Cranes with the PowerLift system have a 10% greater reach when at the rated load, and the cranes have increased capacities at the jib end. The system works by more precisely controlling the speed of the trolley and hoist, reducing strain on the jib. Linden Comansa;
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