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    Lectura specs Truck-mounted loading cranes Hydraulic Loading Cranes Hydraulic Loading Cranes Amco Veba Amco Veba 924NG C-2 S specifications

    Technical specs - 924NG C-2 S Amco Veba

    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.

    machine length 2.52 m
    machine width 0.93 m
    machine height 2.3 m
    max. standard boom 7.03 m
    Carrying capacity 3.19 t
    at max. reach 7.03 m
    Weight 2.245 t
    max. carrying capacity 22.715 t
    at reach 1 m
    Load Torque ###
    Load of additional Jib ###
    at max. reach ###
    max. hook height ###
    Required power ###

    unmounted without accessories LMB = load torque limit Schwb.= pivot range

    924NG C-2 S Amco Veba - Special equipment

    • Hydr. brace support
    • Electronic load torque limitation
    • Endless pivoting
    • High seat
    • Remote control
    • Adjustable pivoting
    • Articulated boom overstraining

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