• IMHC 3160

    The IMHC 1360 has been designed to efficiently load and unload vessles up to the size of post-panamax carriers. The crane allows to handle all types of cargo including heavy lifts up to 150 tons.

    The crane is built in two variants:
    1. Single winch with 2 ropes
    2. Double winch with 4 ropes (4-ropes grab crane)


      11 - 54 m

      160 t

    The optional supplementary brake on the drum is attached with an acting clamp that is fitted to a disc joint on the winch. It functions as an emergency brake and automatically kicks in during times of over speed. It is also equipped with a manual pump for emergency unlocking.


    All cranes are powered by a state-of-the-art diesel-hydraulic transmission system with sufficient power installed to run all crane movements efficiently. The diesel-engine transmits power via a cardan shaft to the central gear box which in turn transmits power hydrostatically to various hydraulic pumps and engines. All crane movements can be operated simultaneously and are controlled by the electronic ITALGRU crane control system


    Standard winch is of one-layer rope type and two rope lines and actuated by hydraulic motors that are directly flanged on the drum and automatically held in position by negative lamellar-multidisc brake with hydraulic loosening connected with triple-stage epicyclical gear reducer which is set up directly inside the drum. The 4-rope grab variant is equipped with a second winch.

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