Bauma premiere for Jaso flat top crane

By Lewis Tyler03 October 2022

Jaso is to premiere the latest addition to its range of flat top cranes, the J235.12, at Bauma 2022 in late October.

J200.12 flat top crane The flat top J235.12 is similar to the J200.12 flat top. (Photo: Jaso)

With a capacity of 12 tonnes, tip load of 2.6 tonnes and a maximum 65 metre jib, the crane part of a wider move by the Spanish company to “reformulate” its tower cranes.

The J235.12, which is being exhibited alongside the new 12 tonne capacity Low Top J390, also has a freestanding height of 55.9 metres on the 1.75 metre tower system.

Both the J235.12 and J390 come with an Eco Mode system to reduce the carbon footprint and both are optimised for transport and assembly.

Jaso will also use Bauma to exhibit its JL25 hoist and GE2050 material hoist from its elevator division.

In the lead up to Bauma, KHL is covering the latest news surrounding the show, including product launches and event announcements. Read more here to keep up to date with the latest news about Bauma 2022 in Germany.

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