Articulating Crane Has Reach of 50 Feet and Can Lift up to 10,361 Pounds

Fascan International, distributor of Fassi articulating cranes, has recently introduced the F200BSXP—specifically designed for the roofing industry—to the North American market.

Fascan International, distributor of Fassi articulating cranes, has recently introduced the F200BSXP—specifically designed for the roofing industry—to the North American market.

Fascan International, distributor of Fassi articulating cranes, has recently introduced the F200BSXP—specifically designed for the roofing industry—to the North American market.

The F200BSXP has a reach of 50 feet, can lift up to 10,361 pounds and is easily mounted on the rear of standard flatbed truck.

The F200BSXP features:

    Increased access:

  • With the capacity to lift and place 10 squares of materials to 44 feet, the F200BSXP can deploy pallets of roofing materials to work areas that conveyors cannot.
  • Articulation makes it much easier for operators to place materials up and over dormers, gables and other architectural obstacles.
  • Reduced extension at the front of the truck, compared to a conveyor, increases the maneuverability of the entire vehicle and expands the locations where it can be used.
    Increased efficiency:

  • Not only is the F200BSXP able to lift and place materials from truck to roof, it can just as easily load materials back to the truck for returns.
  • Use of a crane reduces the number of workers needed on a job site.
  • The F200BSXP’s loading capacity places more materials closer to specific work areas, sooner, making it easier for roofers to begin their work.
    Improved worker safety:

  • The F200BSXP brings materials to workers, as opposed to having workers walk back and forth to conveyors carrying bundles of materials, reducing the risk of injury.
  • Use of a crane eliminates tripping hazard of a conveyor.
  • Radio remote operation reduces the need for workers to be on the truck bed.

Comments

  1. That’s fantastic! It’s a bit out of my price range for my little DIY projects, but it’s great to know that there are these kinds of tools and resources available. Are these cranes available across the country yet? Or do I have to wait for a local rental company to get them in stock? Thanks so much!

  2. This crane looks amazing! I had no idea that cranes could have this kind of range of motion. The fact that it can lift so much and is also very articulate is amazing. I am sure that this makes it very efficient and easy to use. Thanks for sharing more about this crane!

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