Zoomlion will launch its new T8030-25 flat-top tower crane at ConExpo 2017, which takes place this month.
Initially developed based on the design idea of Franc Jost—the tower crane designer who used to design the SK series tower cranes for German Peiner—the product has been upgraded to meet the requirements of electromechanical systems in the North American market.
The T8030-25 has maximum hoisting capacity of 25t and a variable jib length ranging from 40m–80m.
Components that pass UL certification, together with the protection circuit designed in line with the advanced UL certification standards, offer the machine higher safety performance and more comprehensive protection.
“Thanks to the intelligent fault diagnosis system and video monitoring system, customers can realise easy daily maintenance for the tower crane,” said the manufacturer.
T8030-25 has also passed a number of globally-authorised certifications, including DIN, FEM, TüV, UL, CSA and AWS.
According to a senior official from Zoomlion, exclusive dealers of Zoomlion tower cranes in USA and Canada placed orders of nine units once T8030-25 was available, and the crane was used to construct the Rolex building in the US State of Texas.
Zoomlion said that since it bought out the whole set of technologies of German Jost topless tower cranes, more of its tower cranes have been sold into overseas markets, including Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong and North America.