Manitowoc introduces enhanced driver’s cab on Grove three-axle all-terrain cranesadmin
With the introduction of Manitowoc‘s new service cabin, cab2020, Grove has enhanced consolation and ergonomics for crane operators.
The brand new cab2020 meets the most recent crash-test necessities in Europe and is ECE R29-3 authorized. The brand new cab2020 is now out there on all Grove three-axle all-terrain cranes, the GMK3050-3, GMK3060-2 and GMK3060L-1.
House contained in the cab2020 is used extra effectively. The format ensures ample room for the cab’s controls, that are clearly organized. The CCS (Crane Management System) show is positioned barely increased to make sure it’s comfortably and conveniently throughout the operator’s sight and attain. Optimally laid out buttons and dials be sure that the crane will be dealt with simply and intuitively. The result’s a snug and user-friendly atmosphere that helps the operator to deal with the duty in hand.
As an alternative of constructing on earlier service cabs, the cab2020 designers established a brand new idea primarily based on shut involvement of finish customers and prospects. Initially, Grove requested customers about their private necessities for a driver’s cab, together with their priorities and preferences when driving to the job web site. The results of this research led to a prototype mannequin of the cab2020, which was proven on the Manitowoc sales space at bauma 2019 in Munich.
The all-terrain product administration crew gathered additional first-hand opinions from bauma guests. Afterwards, Grove took all suggestions into consideration when refining the design.
“It was essential for us to retain what was deemed as excellent and tried and examined by crane operators. However by including the additional bits and items, we now have achieved actual enhancements in design and performance, which resulted in our new cab2020 changing into the brand new service cab for the smaller vary of our Grove all-terrain cranes,” stated Andreas Cremer, Vice President of Product Administration for Cell Cranes at Manitowoc.