Imagine grabbing a lifting hook and guiding it into position by simply pulling it, with the crane and trolley following smoothly after you.
Konecranes’ Side Pulling Prevention Kit is designed to increase both the safety and lifetime of crane components.
The digital twin is a burning topic within manufacturing industries. While it is often included in lists of today’s most strategic technologies, it has yet to be widely adopted in practice.
Building on its growing experience in the 3D printing of metals, Konecranes’ R&D department continues to conduct research and spread knowledge on the technology within the company.
The Core of Lifting is the heart of Konecranes’ thinking when it comes to components and their compatibility.
For businesses in sectors where profitability relies heavily on efficiency, like the ports and process industries for example, mitigating downtime is crucial.
A recent study shows possibilities to reduce carbon footprints by modifying material use and dimensions in motors, and by taking the actual purpose of the motors into closer consideration.
Konecranes considers safety as the most important factor in their work and devotes significant effort to preventing fatigue failure at a product’s design stage.