Konecranes’ Side Pulling Prevention Kit is designed to increase both the safety and lifetime of crane components.
Innovations that are shaping the world of material handling.
Konecranes new VFD Capacitor Reforming service helps keep your variable frequency drives (VFD) ready when they are needed, without having to remove them from your facility.
Konecranes’ new Static Weighing System was launched in response to recent amendments to global regulations that aim to increase the safety of ships at sea. With this new weighing system, customers can verify the gross mass of their containers fast and accurately prior to loading cargo on ships.
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. The company’s Steel Structure Analysis can provide a detailed view of a crane’s condition and help identify defects.
ISO 12482:2014 – an international standard created to make certain that design constraints of the intended use of a crane are clearly identified – was revised with the help of a Konecranes engineer.
A RopeQ inspection lets you know when a wire is at the end of its tether, even when there are no visible signs of fatigue.
New rotation inertia control feature helps to stabilize and control lifting with various loads and lifting heights.
What if you had access to your most important crane information – asset details, operating data and service information – in one place, available when you need it?
Konecranes Innovation Agent Network bridges the gap between day-to-day inspiration and its capacity to benefit the customer. We take a look at the shift towards the fast, low-cost, high-return development it has enabled.
Camera applications are an essential part of Konecranes’ customer solutions. With the help of cameras, the operator can instantly know what is happening several meters away from his location: cameras are able to see what human eyes can’t.
As the number of containers carried by container ships continues to rise, ship-to-shore (STS) cranes need a radical change to keep up with port calls averaging 10,000 TEU and beyond in size.
Imagine grabbing a lifting hook and guiding it into position by simply pulling it, with the crane and trolley following smoothly after you.
The performance of large Li-Ion batteries and charging methods has improved considerably in recent years, prompting further developments in battery-powered Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs).