The Hup M 28-22 is the first model in the revolutionary Potain Hup range to champion mobility, providing the best job site access capabilities in its class.
The new self-erecting crane features a permanent ballast, a double-steering axle and a transport length of just 11.6 m.
The Hup M 28-22 is the third model from the groundbreaking Hup self-erecting crane range but the first to prioritize mobility — denoted by the M in its name. The new design of the Hup M 28-22 provides best in class compactness. The model is only 11.6 m (38 ft) long when folded, enabling work in narrow, restricted job sites, as well as making it easy to transport from site to site.
The Hup M 28-22 also features the most advanced transport equipment with double steering axles. It has a 28 m (92 ft) jib and features two load charts, each with 16 configurations, which is unique to this category of self-erecting cranes, enabling it to be easily adapted for a range of job site applications. The crane has a maximum capacity of 2.2 t (2.4 USt) and can lift 850 kg (1,874 lbs) at its 28 m (92 ft) jib end.
Best-in-class mobility, productivity and versatility
Versatility is delivered with the crane’s raised jib that offers four positions: horizontal, 10°, 20°and even 30°. These functions give the crane a height under hook range between 20 m (65 ft) and 31 m (101 ft). Folding or extending the jib is a swift and straightforward operation, with the Hup M 28-22 offering convenient configurations for both short and long jib lengths.
Operator productivity on the Hup M 28-22 is maximized through Manitowoc’s remote-control unit. The remote system features a large, colored screen with easy to use navigation and optimized ergonomics for operator comfort. Its Smart Set-up software delivers on-screen information about automatic folding and unfolding of the crane from the crane’s remote.
The Smart Set-up software is a key asset for this new generation of self-erecting cranes, especially with the Drive Control functionality: three selectable profiles for operators that vary the working speed of the crane to suit the application. On top of that, the micro-speed function delivers slow, high-precision hoisting. New features also allow the user to steer the wheels and manage the crane’s hydraulic elevation.