New Brochure Describes National Crane's Line Of Marine Lifting Systems

National Crane of Waverly, Nebr., a subsidiary of Kidde, Inc., offers a 12-page, full-color brochure describing its complete line of pedestal-mounted hydraulic marine cranes and equipment.

National manufactures hydraulic cranes for shipboard, offshore, dockside, and other marine uses.

The National Marine Lifting System provides a wide selection of boom lengths and capacities to job-match customer needs. They are specifically engineered for maximum performance in harsh marine environments.

Stronger, lighter booms mean greater lifting capacity. National's telescopic booms are fabricated from four high-strength, low-alloy steel members welded with perpendicular corners. This box-section construction permits the use of thicker top and bottom plates for extra strength.

Full marine c o n d i t i o n i n g is standard on all National cranes, providing longer crane life with less maintenance. All external surfaces are sand blasted, coated with inorganic zinc primer, and painted with a durable chlorinated rubber topcoat. All interior surfaces and cylinders are carefully primed and painted to help prevent corrosion.

National t e l e s c o p i n g marine cranes have capacities ranging from 6,000 to 30,000 pounds.

For a free copy of the new National Crane brochure, Write 34 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 27,  Jul 15, 1981 Kenneth W. Waldorf

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