WITH nDurance

Whatever your business, your crane goes through a lot. You can constantly expose it to the harsh elements of nature. It doesn’t matter if you’re working deep in the forest, at a remote scrapyard, or in the middle of an urban construction site. Rain, dust, sand and sunlight are unforgiving forces that wear on your crane all year around.

To uphold the quality and performance of the crane year after year, it is absolutely crucial to provide it with an effective anti-corrosion surface protection. This is why we have created nDurance: an advance nanotechnology paint process that provides the industry’s toughest protection in all weather conditions.


Hiab nDurance is surface protection that’s proven to last.


The industry’s most extraordinary protection is now standard.


Hiab nDurance coating gives you more years without worry.

Nano technology
Paint Process


nDurance is a technologically advanced and environmentally sound pre-treatment and paint process, based on nanotechnology combined with state-of-the-art e-coating and powder painting. Extensive field testing has repeatedly demonstrated that nDurance offers the industry’s best high-tech protection for your crane. And that means long and cost-effective ownership with a crane that looks as good as it operates throughout its lifetime.

For years, nDurane has been used to ensure optimal performance on a number of Hiab cranes. Today, it is standard on the majority of HIAB, JONSERED and LOGLIFT cranes, as well as on sub-supplier components. nDurance is everywhere you need it to be, so you can go everywhere you need to go.

At Hiab, we stand behind our cranes with confidence. nDurance is yet another way the we ensure that when you invest in a HIAB, JONSERED and LOGLIFT crane, you’re investing in high performance and superior quality over time. To back up that promise, we offer a two-year standard warranty for all loader cranes, and a five-year warranty on steel structure.


The greatest benefit of using nanotechnology for anti-corrosion treatment is the ability to cover every square millimeter of the treated goods. As the word suggest the process works with the smallest elements imaginable, molecules and even atoms, to create a comprehensive and superior corrosion resistance.

The chemistry behind the nanotechnology is based on organosilane polymers that react at room temperature to create an organic layer that is much thinner than a conventional phosphate crystal layer. The polymers are carefully selected due to their anti-corrosion and paint adhesion properties.

The nDurance process is 100% phosphate-free, thus replacing iron and zinc phosphate processes. It doesn’t use any heavy metals and leaves basically no waste – resulting in an environmentally sound process with great savings on energy and water.


The backbone of the nDurance process consist of three different protective layers, each contributing to making your crane highly resistant to corrosion and the hardwearing environments that it is exposed to every day. Below the process is described step-by-step.

Nano pre-treatment

After thorough cleansing, degreasing and blasting of the metal parts, the first anti-corrosion layer is applied. This is conducted in a dip tank, creating an ultra thin, crome-free, nano-ceramic shield that protects all surface areas, including cavities and areas that are usually difficult to access. The nano-ceramic shield occurs when hydroxyl groups react with each other on atom level to form a dense, cross-linked molecular network bound to the metal surface. This solid layer gives excellent corrosion resistance, and also work as foundation for the second protective layer.

Lacquer polymer e-coating

Step two in the nDurance process is the application of the lacquer polymer coating using the latest technology in e-coating. The electrified paint bath makes the primer particles stick effectively to the nano-ceramic shield, ensuring improved corrosion resistance. The technique leaves no drip or sag marks and also increases film-thickness on edges with up to 100 % compared to standard e-coating systems.

Powder coating

The third step in the process is the powder coating, which is carried out in a strictly controlled environment. Most of the painting is automated, but some parts are made by hand. In the oven the powder  paint turns into a hard and durable surface that features excellent protection and mechanical properties to cope in the harshest of working environments.

Quality assurance control & testing

After the completion of the nDurance process, all parts are thoroughly controlled before going into the actual manufacturing of our cranes. Following Hiab Paint Standards we periodically also run tests in an external laboratory to verify the resistance to corrosion, adherence and permeation – all to secure the quality and performance of your crane for years to come.




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