Omaha Standard recently introduced five new models of Palfinger service cranes. Their model numbers –PSC 3216, PSC 4016, PSC 4025, PSC 5025 and PSC 6025 — correspond to their maximum capacity. They’re available in both electric and hydraulic versions and, starting with the 4000-lb. model, will be offered with up to 25 ft of reach. The design integrates many of the same features as the current line of cranes released in 2010.

The new cranes are claimed to offer “superior” lift-to-weight ratios and hydraulic reaches with lifting capacities ranging from 12,500 to 38,500 lb ft.

Their new features include Palfinger’s proprietary hexagonal boom design that’s said to eliminate boom sway while adding stability during long reaches. They also have a winch-integrated, two-block damage-prevention system eliminating cords and reels to end of the boom tip. Wireless remote control is standard on all models with manual over-ride controls.

The cranes also have two powered extensions with internal cylinders offered optionally, a maintenance-free extension system, E-Coat paint, and SAE hoses with JIC fittings for easy field maintenance.

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