Sharing details of the major order, claimed to be one of the highest in the Indian tower cranes industry, Mr. P.V. Ramdev, MD, Everest Engineering says, "The major order is the second one from BG Shirke followed by 86 units of flat top tower cranes required in the first phase of DDA's housing construction. This constituted 74 GJJ tower cranes and 12 numbers of Top sky units of six tons capacities."
Mentioning about the Topsky flattop tower cranes that come with a free standing height of 60 meters and one anchorage for 80 meters, Mr. Ramdev says, "The cranes based on Jost German design has higher slewing and lifting speeds, making them suitable for projects with tighter completion schedules. Further, the cranes are more durable and also scores on safety factors. Based on Jost safety factors, the crane is 2.5 factor of safety as compared to 2 on other cranes. Safe Load indicator and Anti Collision Device is standard inbuilt in the cranes."
The company showed its new tower crane camera systems at the event. Informing on the application of the product, Mr. Ramdev says, "The camera can be installed on the trolley of the tower cranes, enabling the operator to have better view of the hook & ground conditions up to a depth of 600m." Everest provides anti-collision device as tower cranes supporting solutions.