Potain HUP 4030

Potain HUP 4030

Jib Length: 40m
Max Height: 30m
Max Lift: 4,000kg

This Potain HUP 40.30 self erecting tower crane offers an increased height under hook and lifting capacity at the end of the 40m jib (1,000kg). The HUP 40 30 offers multiple configurations for increased lifting options. One mast provides two telescoping heights (25m or 30m) and three jib positions plus a potential partial jib. This versatility enables 16 possible crane configurations.

It is available with 28m, 36m and 40m jib lengths – and can also provide a 4,000kg lift with the jib folded back to 13m.

At just 14m long and 3.9m high when folded, it is ideal for construction sites with very limited work space.  In addition, the compact design of the HUP 40 30 simplifies transporting the crane to and around the site. Erecting and dismantling the crane are also simplified for the operator due to the compact design on the crane.

Potain Hup 40.30 Features

  • 4.5m x 4.5m footprint with a 2.5m slew radius
  • Telescopic mast with two heights, three positions and several configurations with jib tip removed or folding jib
  • High Performance Lifting (HPL) technology allows you to use your highest operational speed while maintaining your maximum lifting load
  • High Performance Slewing (HPS) delivers ideal motion control while slewing the loads
  • Compact unfolding over the top of the crane makes it easier to place closer to buildings
  • Height Under Hook with maximum raised jib is about 40m



Product Description

Jib Length: 40m
Max Height: 30m
Max Lift: 4,000kg

Installation of a Potain HUP 40 30 in Derry using the GAPO crane mover.

Flexibility of Self Erecting Tower Cranes

Self Erecting Tower Cranes offer a host of advantages on construction sites with limited space.

  • Small Footprint: Can operate in restricted spaces while still offering both excellent reach and capacity.
  • Multiple Cranes: Many self erectors can operate within a small area on a busy site.
  • Time Savings: Rapid deployment and dismantling times make these cranes an efficient lifting option.
  • Easy to Move: Quick to move around the site with less downtime.
  • Power options: Can be powered by on site electricity or a generator.

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