New V 110 R electric crane from Valla
By D.Ann Shiffler12 February 2021
With a capacity of up to 11,000 kg and a lifting height of up to 10.4 meters, the V110R was designed for versatility and ease of use.
Manitex International’s Italian subsidiary Manitex Valla has launched the V 110 R electric mobile crane. It is battery operated with remote control.
The machine is in the same family as the Valla V 80 R with front wheel drive and removable counter weights to maximize transport flexibility. With a capacity of up to 11,000 kg and a lifting height of up to 10.4 meters, the electric V110R is aimed
at markets requiring a crane that is easy to maneuver but, at the same time, with strong performance and a high level of security, the company said.
The machine has max turning radius of 3945 mm, max width of 1497 mm and maximum machine height of 2,232 mm to make sure that the new V 110 R is suitable to work in tight places and congested areas but securing in the meantime maximum maneuverability and flexibility to the most critical and demanding operating environments .
Features include a hydraulic system, 180-degree rear steering, electro-hydraulic brakes, and on-board charger. It has an extended wheelbase, winch, self-leveling forks, stabilizer bar, non-marking wheels and foldable jib.
“We have studied the V110R to adapt to both rental and end users’ requests - explains Carlo Forini, Manitex Valla general manager. “It is a machine that is aimed at the more mature markets that see electric pick and carry cranes as a fundamental tool for obtaining certain performances by operating in a simple way, with maximum safety and respect for the environment. “
Manitex CEO Steve Filipov said that when you say Valla, you mean versatility.
“Those who work with Valla pick and carry cranes know the benefit and the return of investment. They appreciate the possibility to adapt the crane to the most diverse application sectors that require high performance, safety and ease of use. The all new V110R crane was born precisely to satisfy all these requirements.”