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n.1.(Arch.) See Louver.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The post Raimondi introduces heavist lifting luffer in its line-up appeared first on Middle East Construction News .
Raimondi Cranes , an Italy-based company that in 2014 was acquired by KBW Investments , will showcase the LRH174 luffer, and a new luffing and flattop crane each, at the upcoming Bauma 2019 exhibition, which will be held at Messe ME-nchen Trade Fair Center, Germany, on 8-14 April.
For instance, in just 10 minutes in the last two weeks at around 7pm, Janice Long managed to mispronounce Geraint, and traffic reporters managed Luffer for Lougher, Heronwaun for Hirwaun and even Banglan for Baglan.
Badin's boss, Masetti, said the upcoming luffer cranes would be pushed in theMiddle East, as well as Canada, South Korea, and the UK, while its new topless tower will target the US and Germany.
Among all the range, this crane is only surpassed by the LCL700 luffer, with 64 tonnes of maximum load, and the Flat-Top models 30LC1100 and 30LC1450, which have maximum loads of 64 and 90 tonnes respectively, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
"The impressive performance and demonstrated durability of this luffer convinced Nurol to consider our newer models: the LR213, and the heaviest lifter in our range, the MRT294 topless tower." - TradeArabia News Service