Sany India embraces Bharat CEV Stage 4 norms
Construction equipment (CE) major Sany India has embraced the new Bharat CEV Stage IV emission norms and launched four upgraded truck cranes—STC250C, STC450C, STC600C, and STC800C in the market.
Sany India has manufactured the truck cranes, adhering to the new emission norms, at its manufacturing plant at Chakan in Pune, as a part of the government's 'Make in India' initiative.
Equipped with the multimode power output function, Sany's STC 250C consumes less power, and the use of tipping over early-warning technology provides stability and safety during operation. Its maximum load-lifting capacity is 25 ton at a working radius of 3 mts, this model has a maximum boom length of 33.5 mts.
Sany STC450C is equipped with an adjustable hydraulic system and intelligent electric control system, which boasts its efficiency with low fuel consumption. Its maximum loading capacity is 45 tons at a Working Radius of 3 mts, model comes with a max boom length of 43.5 mts. Latest to join the league, STC600C has a powerful lifting capacity of 60 ton at a working radius of 3 mts. This model has the longest boom length of 45.5 mts in its class.
Adding more values, Sany India has introduced a new STC800C with a superior lifting capacity of 80 tons at a working radius of 3 mts and a maximum boom length of 47.5 m.
Sany India was established in 2002 and offers a wide range of construction machinery in India and South Asia. In 2012, the company invested over Rs 500 crore to develop infrastructure for research and development, manufacturing, quality inspection, testing, and service at its manufacturing facility in Chakan, Pune.