Model Hook height Radius Maximum capacity Maximum capacity for radius
New
GMA - Self erecting cranes
PDFHDT 80 34.211245148 | 613,228 | 6.6 | 1.35 @ 452,976 | 1.5 @ 148
PDFIgo T 130 37.312150164 | 817,637 | 8.8 | 1.4 @ 503,086 | 1.5 @ 164
PDFIgo 50 23.27640131 | 48,818 | 4.4 | 1.1 @ 402,425 | 1.2 @ 131
PDFIgo 30 21693098 | 2.24,850 | 2.4 | 0.9 @ 301,984 | 1 @ 98
GME - Top slewing cranes > Luffing
PDFMR 605 77.725360197 | 3270,547 | 35.3 | 9 @ 6019,841 | 9.9 @ 197
PDFMR 415 89.429260197 | 2452,910 | 26.5 | 5 @ 6011,023 | 5.5 @ 197
PDFMR 405 89.429260197 | 2452,910 | 26.5 | 4.7 @ 6010,362 | 5.2 @ 197
PDFMR 295 70.423060197 | 2555,115 | 27.6 | 2.45 @ 605,401 | 2.7 @ 197
PDFMR 90 66.521740131 | 817,637 | 8.8 | 2.1 @ 404,630 | 2.3 @ 131
GME - Top slewing cranes > Topless
MDT 368 00 | 00 | 0 | 0 @ 0 | 0 @ 0
MDT 268 00 | 00 | 0 | 0 @ 0 | 0 @ 0
PDFMDT 178 69.322660197 | 817,637 | 8.8 | 1.5 @ 603,307 | 1.7 @ 197
PDFMDT 98 52.917155180 | 613,228 | 6.6 | 1.2 @ 552,646 | 1.3 @ 180
GME - Top slewing cranes > Topkit
PDFMD 560 8828980263 | 4088,184 | 44.1 | 3.7 @ 808,157 | 4.1 @ 263
PDFMD 485 87.228580263 | 2044,092 | 22 | 3.1 @ 806,834 | 3.4 @ 263
PDFMD 400 9330576.8249 | 2044,092 | 22 | 3.4 @ 76.87,496 | 3.7 @ 249
PDFMD 365 9330576.8249 | 1635,274 | 17.6 | 3.2 @ 76.87,055 | 3.5 @ 249
PDFMD 310 8327271.7233 | 1635,274 | 17.6 | 2.7 @ 71.75,952 | 3 @ 233
Used
GME - Top slewing cranes > Topkit
J5 45 75.324667220 | 1226,455 | 13.2 | 4.5 @ 679,921 | 5 @ 220
J0 45 75.324667220 | 1022,046 | 11 | 4.5 @ 679,921 | 5 @ 220
8520 R 79.2525960.35197 | 2044,092 | 22 | 3.6 @ 60.357,937 | 4 @ 197
8520 P 79.2525960.35197 | 1226,455 | 13.2 | 3.6 @ 60.357,937 | 4 @ 197
H4 40C 5116760.35197 | 1635,274 | 17.6 | 4 @ 60.358,818 | 4.4 @ 197
H3 36B 5116760.35197 | 1226,455 | 13.2 | 3.6 @ 60.357,937 | 4 @ 197
G3 28B 6722060.35197 | 1226,455 | 13.2 | 2.3 @ 60.355,071 | 2.5 @ 197
776 6722020.7266 | 1022,046 | 11 | 2.3 @ 20.725,071 | 2.5 @ 66
766 45.714848.15158 | 1022,046 | 11 | 2 @ 48.154,409 | 2.2 @ 158
PDFE2/23 42.513845148 | 817,637 | 8.8 | 2.3 @ 455,071 | 2.5 @ 148

Rapicon and Potain

Since we began renting out cranes to the construction industry in 1966, the versatility, reliability and other strengths of Potain's cranes have become very familiar to us. the adaptability of the cranes has allowed us to serve the needs of a whole range of different project types. The fast, controlled, and consistent performance of their winches offers a significant amount of added value whilst the cranes can be counted on to continue working even under extreme conditions. The erection and dismantling innovations developed by Potain add further to the speed with which our cranes can be erected, saving time and cost. Just as the capacity capabilities grow more impressive each year, so do the technological advancements: There is a spectrum of computerised information which is now gathered and available to the operator, to provide for better control.

Based on the respect and faith we have gained working with these cranes over the last 47 years, it seemed a natural transition in 2005, for Rapicon to become a dealership for Potain tower cranes.

Potain the company

Founded in 1928 in La Clayette, France, Potain has become the world leader in Tower Cranes. Over 100,000 Potain cranes have been sold all around the world and are currently being used for major projects such as the renovation of the La Scala opera house in Milan, and the construction of the Namjing Bridge #3 in China, which will become one of the world's longest cable-stayed bridges. MD3600's will be working on the bridge at heights of up to 656 feet with a maximum lifting capacity of 160 tons.

In 2001, the U.S. based, Manitowoc Comapny Inc., the leading worldwide manufacturer of high-capacity, lattice-boom crawler-cranes, took over Potain SA. Since then, Rapicon has been able to take advantage of Manitowoc's comprehensive crane care service and parts warehouse in North america, which is based out of Shady Grove, Pennsylvania.