FibreMax and Liebherr
The strongest pendant for the strongest crane
|Fibre type||Teijin Twaron|
|Breaking strength||16500 kN|
|Product type||Crane pendant|
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FibreMax, the leading provider of high-performance cables, has had the great opportunity to support Liebherr, the renowned manufacturer of cranes, with a new set of cables for the HLC295000 crane. The project is a testament to FibreMax's expertise in delivering top-of-the-line products and services, and the company is proud to have played a role in Liebherr's success.
The project called for the delivery of several cables made from Teijin Twaron, a highly durable and lightweight material. The cables have a Minimum Break Load of 16.500 kN, which is 85% lighter than comparable steel products. This makes them the perfect choice for the HLC295000 crane, where weight is a critical factor.
The delivery of the cables was a complex process, and FibreMax rose to the challenge by leveraging its expertise and experience. The company's team of engineers and technicians worked closely with Liebherr to ensure that the cables met the highest standards of quality and safety. The result of their efforts is a set of cables that are not only strong and durable but also certified by DNV, the leading provider of classification services.
The HLC295000 crane is now equipped with the latest and best technology, thanks to the innovative cables from FibreMax. The cables are already in action at the fly-jib of the HLC295000, and the results have been impressive. Liebherr's customers can now benefit from a crane that is more efficient, reliable, and safer than ever before.
FibreMax's support of Liebherr with innovative cables for the HLC295000 crane is a testament to the company's commitment to delivering the best products and services to its clients. The company's expertise and experience in the industry have once again helped it to meet the unique needs of its customers and exceed their expectations. FibreMax is proud to be part of Liebherr's success, and it looks forward to continued collaboration in the future.
Check out our video of the results below.