With a lifting capacity from 1 to 12 metric tonnes, particular attention is given to the establishing of a functional innovative design to guarantee performance beyond compare.
Fassi’s light-weight cranes, are available in a wide range of versions, starting from “micro” cranes, which integrate reduced weight, compactness and limited dimensions and still has the factors typical of Fassi quality, both in the structure and in the details.
With a lifting capacity from 13 to 38 metric tonnes, Fassi’s medium duty knuckle boom cranes, are suitable to be fitted on 2 or 3 axle trucks, in a variety of options and setups including the Prolink function.
The technological fittings comprise all of the most innovative electronic, hydraulic and mechanical components as well as safety devices which enable exceptional performance without restriction.
Revolutionizing the traditional idea of the heavy-weight crane installed on 3 or 4 axle trucks, Fassi combines exceptional lifting performance with a machine body that reduces structural dimensions to a minimum and aims at limiting tare weight.
This is possible through to the use of special patented materials, such as the extremely high elasticity steels which ensures formidable levels of resistance and weight optimization.
For over 50 years, Effer has been creating quality products that provide maximum value to lifting professionals all over the world. To reach the most extreme performances and to satisfy even the most demanding requests, Effer counts on its:
Expertise: the know-how of experienced professionals capable of finding the solutions that best suits the specific needs of the market.
Passion: the genuine desire to surpass the limits. From the Research and Development office that designs our cranes to the Shipping department, that delivers them to our customers.
Reliability: since 1965 we have specialized in producing our cranes completely Made-in-Effer, from design to final testing.
Effer is recognized worldwide as one of the best truck and marine crane manufacturers and has been part of Hiab since 2018.
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