Equipped with the multimode power output function, Sany’s STC 250C consumes less power. The use of tipping over early-warning technology provides stability and safety during operation. Its maximum load-lifting capacity is 25 tons at a working radius of 3mts, and this model has a maximum boom length of 33.5mts.
Sanjay Saxena Senior Vice President & Head of Heavy Equipment Business Unit, Sany Heavy Industry, India, said, “We have successfully launched 4 models of truck cranes that comply with the new emission standards. The unveiling of our new CEV Stage IV truck cranes will boost our sales and help us sustain our leadership in the segment. Our truck cranes have been showing good traction in the market, led by road construction, refinery expansions, railways, metro projects, and waterways, etc. To meet the surging demand, Sany India is planning to launch more new products in the near future, all of which will comply with CEV Stage IV emissions.”
Sany STC450C has an adjustable hydraulic system and intelligent electric control system, which boost its efficiency along with low fuel consumption. Its maximum loading capacity is 45 tons at a working radius of 3mts, and the model comes with a maximum boom length of 43.5mts.
The latest to join the league is the STC600C, which has a powerful lifting capacity of 60 tons at a working radius of 3mts. This model has the longest boom length of 45.5mts in its class. Adding more value, Sany India has introduced a new STC800C with superior lifting capacity of 80 tons at a working radius of 3mts and a maximum boom length of -47.5 meters.
Sany India has carved a niche in the manufacturing space with its advanced, products, which are robust and offer ease of serviceability. With its new additions, the company is optimistic that the Indian construction scenario would find new utility applications and enhanced productivity. It has set up a toll-free number 1800209337 for round–the-clock customer queries related to sales and services.