Comansa launches 21CM750 flat-top tower crane for Asian market

The new Comansa 21CM750 flat-top crane offers two maximum capacities (37.5 t and 50 t), with a jib length of 80 m, freestanding height of 78.8 m and 110 kW lifting power. It has a jib tip capacity of 7,300 kg (37.5 t) and 6,700 kg (50 t).

This new crane is currently the largest model to be manufactured at Comansa’s plant in Hangzhou, China, designed to meet the needs of Asian market - which is increasingly demanding for large-capacity cranes. According to Comansa, the crane will also be distributed in South America, the Middle East and Africa.

The 21CM750 is ideal for use in prefabricated construction projects as well as construction of power plants, mining, bridges and other large-scale infrastructures. The crane features high flexibility, said Comansa, as the 37.5 t model can be converted into a 50 t model by changing the front trolley and hooks.

The 21CM750 shares several jib sections with the 2100 series. Thanks to the modular design, the jib and counter-jib sections of the 21CM750 provide six different configurations so that it can be adapted to different jobsite conditions.

Other features of the 21CM750 include the Cube cab and the double trolley system with an automatic changing function to optimise the load chart. The crane meets the EN14439 European safety standard and has also received the Chinese National Type approval and TÜV SÜD certification.