ACE New Generation Cranes

H. Ramachandran
ACE has come out with two basic models of new generation cranes namely "FX" and "SX". These models are available in market in 12 tonne, 14 tonne and 16 tonne lift capacities.

The Pick-n-Carry crane technology evolved from Tractors in INDIA, where the crane attachment was fitted on tractor. These cranes were also popularly known as "HYDRA CRANES". These were having Sliding meshTractor transmission, Cabin in Rear, higher m/c height. The Luff cylinder on Boom in these craneswas positioned in a way that while lifting load, it comes closer to LUFF Cylinder and hence Jack Guard and 'TEE' Handle were provided.

ACE invented NEW GENERATION Pick-n-Carry cranes which have following features-
ACE New Generation Crane
  • These cranes uses industrial driveline from Trucks resulting improved gear shifting, more operator comfort and higher speeds
  • Cabin is in front and at lower height. Operator sits just like sitting in car. He has excellent all round visibility. Moreover operator moves with Load providing safer operation.
  • Overall machine height is much less as compared to present m/cs resulting LOWER CG and hence improved stability and very low chances of m/c toppling.
  • Less nos of structural parts known as Front and Rear Frame which are joined by pins having SELF aligning bearings providing flexibility in structure.
  • Rear Frame is connected to axle through Leaf springs which acts as a suspension and provides jerk free ride.
  • Luff cylinders are positioned in a way that the cylinders move away from load when the boom is lifted and hence more safe operation and it can lift steel plates and long pipes.
  • Wheel Steering is standard just like cars and hence operator friendly and easy movement of crane
  • Covered tool box is provided additional to open space for keeping goods.
Ace focus is to offer more stable, safer and fast moving cranes to operators which have higher productivity and lower down time. Also the crane kinematics have been designed in such a way that the operating pressures are lower and hence fuel consumption of crane is minimum i.e. value for money to the operator. The engine, drive line and other parts used are of standard truck resulting easy availability of spare parts and minimum down time.

Pick-n-Carry Crane
ACE has also made Rear View camera as standard feature of these cranes which helps in clearer operator visibility. There is a provision of mounting Proximity Sensors which warns operator of any foreign object coming in close proximity of crane.

NBMCW February 2013

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