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Product Snapshot: Tower Crane, Nylon Gloves, Vocational Truck Engines and a Pipe Stand

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Courtesy of Linden Comansa America
The 21 LC 660 Tower Crane is available in four versions, with respective maximum loads of 18, 24, 36 and 48 metric tons. The crane's jib and counterjib sections are assembled directly over the slewing platform through fast connections, saving time and requiring less additional equipment. Furthermore, all four versions feature the Effi-Plus hoist system, which allows for hoist speeds of up to 800 ft per minute. Each mast system segment of the 21 LC 660 can be divided into four panels for easier transport. Linden Comansa America; 800-589-7980;
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This week we look at Linden Comansa America's 21 LC 660 Tower Crane, nylon knit work gloves with a palm coating from Magid Glove and Safety, Caterpillar's Cat CT660 Vocational Trucks now available with CT15 engines and the VF-99 Folding Pipe Stand from RIDID. Click on the image to begin the slide show. Mobile readers can click here to see it.



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