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for crawler cranes and deep foundation machines
At the press of a button all machine movements can be transferred to outside the cabin and carried out using radio remote control. The control is as precise as when carried out from the cab.
When loading or unloading piling or drilling rigs, remote control has great advantages, particularly regarding safety. Outside the cabin the driver can adopt different viewing angles and thus has a better overview when manoeuvring.
The erecting and laying down of the leader can also be done with remote control. Here it's also an advantage for the operator to change position in order to have a better view of collision points.
During lifting operation the view of the load and unloading point is often obstructed from the operator’s cab. Using the remote control the crane driver can operate the machine from an optimum position, so eliminating the need for a guide or the danger of communication errors. This increases safety on the jobsite and enables quick and precise working cycles.
The remote control assumes all main functions such as turning on and off the engine, winches, crawlers and swing gear, A-frame, as well as main boom and jib.
Best possible coordination between machine operator and assembly engineer.
By reversing the basic machine is positioned for lifting and mounting the rear counterweight.
The pivot piece is assembled.
Assembly of a crawler crane LR 1300.1 SX
Operating the machine outside the cabin during assembly and disassembly brings decisive advantages:
Film about the piling and drilling rig LRB 16/LRB 18
A clear view of the load is important during crane operation. Using the remote control the crane driver can position the load with a good view of the unloading point.
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