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one of a set of parallel slats in a door or window to admit air and reject rain


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Raimondi Cranes has unveiled its latest advanced luffing jib tower crane, the LR372, which is the heaviest lifting crane in the company's range of luffers.
The 10-tonne (t) hydraulic luffer has a tip load of 2,225kg in 'ultra-lift' mode in two falls.
Hasan added that the LR213s specifically met the project's requirements due to an extremely congested area with a high number of cranes already at work on neighbouring sites, making the luffers ideal as the machines will not exceed project boundaries.
The post Terex extends maximum jib length with new luffer tower crane appeared first on Middle East Construction News .
The big powerhouse -- the 1000T Liebherr LR 11000 lattice boom crawler crane -- was used with an SDWB2 configuration (main boom 48m, luffer 30m) while lifting the 404t generator.
Hasan said Nurol's fleet includes a Raimondi LR165 luffer, which is "shortly to be erected" on an Abu Dhabi site, adding: "The purchase of the five new Raimondi cranes is a testament to our continued successful relationship with Nurol."
Recom has plans to add to its luffer range with two new models in 2018.
Speaking about Raimondi's particiaption at the event, Ciano, added: "Raimondi has launched two new products in less than six months: the flagship luffer of our new range -- the 18t LR330 -- and the flattop MRT234… (both feature an) optimal match of mechanical, structural and electronic control design allowing for increased productivity and safety.
The 7032 and smaller 166B hydraulic luffer are expected to be popular in Saudi and in the UAE and Qatar, where Wolffkran Arabia operates.
Kobelco said that compared to its 250t CKE2500G-2 model, the new cranes can lift 40% more weight in standard specification and 60% more in the luffer variant.