Luffer


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Luf´fer

    (lŭf´fẽr)
n.1.(Arch.) See Louver.
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Speaking about Raimondi's particiaption at the event, Ciano, added: "Raimondi has launched two new products in less than six months: the flagship luffer of our new range -- the 18t LR330 -- and the flattop MRT234… (both feature an) optimal match of mechanical, structural and electronic control design allowing for increased productivity and safety.
Recom has plans to add to its luffer range with two new models in 2018.
This crane is the successor to the successful 224B and is Wolffs most advanced luffer to date.