Posted on November 9, 2016 - ( views)
We have placed the company J.D. Neuhaus on a broader technological footing. In addition to compressed air, we have established hydraulics as the second drive medium for our hoists and cranes, enabling us to offer solutions for a wider range of extreme conditions. Furthermore, we have significantly expanded our plant construction operations.
We design and produce complex crane systems for increasing numbers of customers as general solutions. Having achieved this, we wanted to formulate our more ambitious performance promise in a concise way that would be internationally comprehensible: engineered for extremes. This is also the title of the next chapter in the success story of our company, which will soon celebrate its 270th anniversary. We have already written the first few lines.
Designed for arduous operating conditions
Suitable for hygienically critical areas
Resistant to corrosion
Used under the harshest of conditions
Units providing 75 and 100 tonne lift capacities
for Hazardous Operating Conditions
25 to 60 tonnes lift capacity
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