Strong mini cranes for Caribbean energy
GGR’s 10t (11tons) capacity spider cranes the UNIC URW-1006 mini crane is proving increasingly popular for taking on heavy duty lifting operations both in the UK and in Europe. Spanish company Amara S.A. has recently purchased two UNIC URW-1006 cranes from UNIC Cranes dealer, Spain Crane International.
Amara is a global leader in the distribution of electrical supplies and logistics management with a worldwide network of warehouses and sales offices and a wide international coverage. It has extensive experience in the industrial, energy, engineering and telecommunications sectors.
Monica Gomez of Amara says, “Both of these impressive machines will be winging their way to an energy provider in the Caribbean region where they will be used in the repair and maintenance of electrical infrastructure networks. A mighty task for two mighty machines”
GGR says that these hold the record as the world’s strongest mini spider crane, the UNIC URW-1006 has 10t of lifting power, can work at a 24.3m (79ft 9in) radius, lift to a 30.7m (100ft 9in) height, and has a 1.5t (1.6ton) pick and carry capacity. The machines are 2m (6ft 6in) wide in their stowed position, retaining minimal dimensions for working in restricted spaces. Their configurable outriggers provide maximum stability when lifting on uneven surfaces, because of their full safety interlocking system. The UNIC URW-1006 is also fitted with a state-of-the-art safe load indicator, which gives operator feedback on a high-resolution colour LCD screen for safer lifting.