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GGR adds two Galizia cranes

UK-based lifting specialist GGR Group has added two new pick and carry crane to its growing hire fleet. The cranes include a tracked all-terrain Galizia GK20 and Galizia F200E Plus.

The two tonne capacity GK20 tracked crane can travel on gradients up to 11 degrees and is just 820mm wide so it can easily travel through a standard doorway whilst carrying a load. Powered by a rechargeable 48V battery and controlled with a radio remote, the GK20 has a 5.15 metre maximum working height making it ideal for lifting in warehouses, factories and distribution centres. Features include a digital safe load indicator and overload warning alarm, the GK20 also has a hydraulic braking system and telescoping boom with a 3.5 metre working radius.
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The 20 tonne capacity Galizia F200E lifting the GK20

The new F200E Plus can pick and carry loads weighing up to 20 tonnes and has a six metre working radius. GGR says the F200E Plus is the only machine of its capacity and class fitted with removable counterweights yet still offers up to 15 tonnes capacity with the weights removed.

The F200E Plus has a nine metre maximum lift height and can be fitted with a four tonne capacity hydraulic searcher hook to reach up to 11.4 metres. The heavy-duty crane can also be used with an optional 16 tonne capacity rhino hook, full six-fall winch system and radio remote control.

The F200E Plus crane is also easy to move around restricted access areas thanks to the 180° hydraulic steering, two electric motors which power the front wheel drive and a rear safety camera for increased visibility. Fume-free and quiet, the battery-powered model is ideal for installing or repairing machinery in sensitive environments such as food manufacturing facilities and water treatment plants. GGR also runs CPCS accredited training programmes for operating the pick and carry cranes.