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Product Snapshot: Enhanced Tower Crane and Rapid-Assembly Platform System

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Photo courtesy Linden Comansa America
The 21 LC660 Tower Crane is now available with a maximum job length of 84 meters. The crane is available in four versions, with maximum loads of 18, 24, 36 and 48 metric tones respectively. Jib sections can be assembled in 5-meter increments up to 80 meters, allowing for customization of the tower crane to fit the needs of the job site. Linden Comansa America; 800-589-7980; www.lindencomansaamerica.com
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This week we look at a longer jib for a Linden Comansa tower crane and a platform system for working around obstructions on two-story structures. Click here to begin the slide show.

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