Fork (cross-claw) type (generally for land use)

Left and right claws cross each other to grab long cargo such as lumber.
Claw sizes and shapes can be optimized depending on the handled material.


Lumber (North American) Lumber (North-sea lumber) Lumber (North-sea lumber)
Lumber (North American) Lumber (North-sea lumber) Lumber (North-sea lumber)


Suitable for the following types of cargo


Lumber (tropical, North Sea, American), scrap (long cargo)


Advantages


  • Firm grasp
    3-5 claws cross in parallel to 'hug' the material, enabling a firmer grasp on lumber.

  • Taking advantage of the crane's abilities
    Compared to shell or orange peel type cranes, the lighter weight makes it possible to better take advantage of the crane's capabilities.