Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane

Palazzani Industrie has recently entered the Mini Crane Market introducing the RPG 2900 Model - with a lifting capacity of 2.9 ton x 1.5 m.

Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane Palazzani Industrie presents some details about the RPG 2900 mini crawler crane

RPG 2900 includes the double motorization: Diesel engine + AC electric motor of 380 or 230V on request to operate both indoors and outdoors

The lifting height is 9.5 meters with the standard boom and  13.6 meters, with 600 kg lifting capacity, with the hydraulic jib. Thanks to the stabilizers with free variable set-up, the stowed dimensions, and the reduced weight, RPG 2900 is a flexible and agile solution to difficult lifting access. This mini crane is also the only one in its category offering the Pick and Carry function.
 

Innovation and quality are both essential elements for Palazzani Industrie S.p.A.; in fact the new RPG 2900 is a mini crane that will stand out on the market above all for its ease use, thanks also to the intuitive machine operator software interface, all accessible from the display of the 4.3 "inch color remote control.
Equipped with innovative solutions to ensure the safety of the operator and the load, the RPG 2900 also provides the functions of self-loading, return to home and working areas limitations.


Finally, the electrical and hydraulic connections located at the head of the main boom allows the RPG 2900 to connect a wide range of attachments (jibs, vacuum, rotating magnets, magnetic hook, forks, hook grabs, etc.) which make this mini crane a real multipurpose product and the alternative solution to the use of more machines, with a consequent important costs saving.