FAO FAR 1142 for tractors with power 100-150 HP. Heavy trailer on the integrated frame, extremely rigid construction allows the use of strong and efficient cranes.
FAO FAR 4768 cranes with a 6.8 m reach with a telescopic arm (1.4 m) and a lifting moment of 47 kNm are produced only in the flange version and combined in sets with FAO FAR 942-1342 chassis with a load capacity of 9-13 tons. The general outline of the construction of new models is typical for all Fao Far machines. The standard is a four-cylinder column transmission in an oil bath, a wide-angle arm joint, a vibration damper and a 0.22 m2 gripper. Arm joints and hydraulic cylinder mounts are extremely strong. Large diameter pins, wide sliding sleeves and multi-layer joint plates allow for a significant extension of service life and reduction of operating costs. The machine is not "slimmed". Thanks to the use of a number of additional hydraulic accessories, it was possible to achieve fast and smooth operation of the crane. Hydraulic hoses are well protected against damage. The rubber hoses are hidden inside the wide-angle joint, and the steel pipes of the second arm are secured with an additional housing. Hydraulic cylinders are also well protected, the telescope cylinder is inside the profile, the main cylinder is inverted so that the damage-sensitive piston rod is always behind the trailer screen. All hydraulic connections on the cylinders are positioned in such a way as to minimize the risk of the hose hooking or tearing during operation.