In increasingly crowded cities around the world, underground containers have become a popular waste management solution, contributing to more pleasant and environmentally friendly urban spaces. For drivers managing busy city streets, however, emptying these containers in a safe, efficient and practical way can often be a major challenge.
Hiab has designed the HIAB S-HiPro 230W waste collection crane with exactly these needs in mind. The newly developed crane offers enhanced lifting capacity and comes with pioneering load-handling innovations that make it simple – and safe – for operators of any skill level to control the crane. With a 21.1 tm lifting capacity and 10.8 meter outreach, emptying underground containers goes quickly and easily, keeping you moving to the next job.
More than 30% increased lifting capacity in a lighter weight crane.
With very little training, operators can easily steer the crane with maximum precision.
A Semi-Automatic Motion protects your operator, their surroundings and your equipment.
HIAB HiPro system gives you remote control and the possibility to operate your crane from the ground. HIAB HiPro means safer and smarter lifts, HIAB drywall cranes come standard with the HiPro control system, which sets the bar for both safety and performance.
Crane Tip Control (CTC)
Crane Tip Control (CTC) CTC is a software feature in HIAB’s HiPro control system that simplifies loader crane operation. Motions that used to require the simultaneous control of up to three crane operations can now be performed using one lever, enabling drivers of all skill levels to move the crane with total precision.
Pump Flow Distribution
Pump Flow Distribution (PFD) distributes oil in perfect proportion to control system lever movements, ensuring seamless operation. Combined with optimised hydraulics and high-quality valves, this minimises energy needs and fuel consumption.
Semi-Automatic Motion (SAM) Semi-Automatic Motion increases productivity and reduces the risk of costly damage by making it fast and easy for any driver to operate the crane in a safe and controlled way. A single control lever performs autonomous movements, rather than the operator needing to individually steer swing, tilt, lift and extension movements.