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    Lectura specs Cranes Tower Cranes - Trolley Boom - Top-slewing Tower Cranes - Trolley Boom - Top-slewing Terex Comedil (Zeppelin) Terex Comedil (Zeppelin) CTL 430-24 specifications

    Technical specs - CTL 430-24 Terex Comedil (Zeppelin)

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    Nominal torque 5110 kNm
    Max. load 24 t
    max. reach 60 m
    Load at max. Reach 5.5 t
    Reach at max. Load 21.3 m
    max. standard boom 60 m
    max. hook height 104 m
    Ropes 2/3/4
    Tower system HD23
    Drive system 90 AFC 120
    Connection load 246 KVA
    Max. luffing jib ###
    min. luffing jib ###
    Tower height ###
    max. hoisting speed ###
    Hoist unit ###

    If alignment change (2/4) is possible, the loads for quadruple alignment applies. In case of crane on anchor bolt, the anchor is not included in base price. Incl. concrete ballast, crane control and spindles with plates (latter not valid with rail-bound travelling, incl. cable drum and cruciform base)

    CTL 430-24 Terex Comedil (Zeppelin) - Special equipment

    • Cabin
    • Add. ballast
    • Rail carrier
    • Climbing device
    • Undercarriage
    • Cross girder

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    Terex Comedil (Zeppelin) CTL 430-24

    5110kNm

    24 t

    60 m

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