On show at bauma 2019 in combination with the Master Drive

Tailored for use in construction, the EPSILON M12L crane from the Next Epsolution series impresses with its robust design in conjunction with technical and visual refinement. These can be experienced especially in the Master Drive, the top seat as a multifunction command centre, which enables handling of construction materials and waste of the highest order.

Reach, robustness and serviceability – thanks to the internal, protected hose guide and the perfectly placed service openings the EPSILON M12L is perfectly suited for operations with clamshell grabbers in the construction industry. The M12L has a long, telescopic main boom and a tremendous working geometry. In addition, it is characterised by an outstanding hook height and high speed, which raises productivity in terms of loading and unloading even further.

The M series represents the medium-duty class of EPSILON cranes in this model range. With lifting capacities of 10 to 13 tonnes metre, this class is ideally suited to use on construction sites. Mounted on a skip and equipped with hydraulic stabiliser legs that can be tilted up through 180°, the EPSILON M12L crane can also easily be lowered when required – which makes it even more versatile. Furthermore, both the stabilisers and all the crane functions can be operated by cable control, meaning that the crane operator can also control them from the ground at any time.

Full control in any situation: Master Drive

From the crane operator’s seat, the Master Drive in particular offers extensive comfort and a high degree of user-friendliness during everyday use. The ergonomic design of the mechanically suspended top seat ensures a high level of seat comfort, and all functions are immediately within reach with the multifunction armrest. The hydraulic servo control enables particularly sensitive operation with full performance.

The newly developed crane operator protection roof EPSHOOD ensures optimum protection on the job. Thanks to the folding mechanism and technical thermoplastic, it keeps wind, rain and sun at arm’s length allowing the crane operator to concentrate on the essentials.

Source: Palfinger.com