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PostPosted: 03 Nov 2012, 17:02 
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Rail Breakdown Cranes in production - 2012

Germany – Kirow, Leipzig ( part of Kranunion )http://www.kranunion.de/index.php?id=51

Multi Tasker Telescopic range – also produced in various lower capacities; the smaller machines being optimised for civil engineering work.

KRC 1000, KRC 1200 100-150T 4+4+4+4W Telescopic jib
KRC 1600 160T 4+4+4+4W Telescopic jib
Breakdown cranes have been produced for 1000mm and 3’6” Gauge. ( Bangladesh and South Africa )

China – Qiqihar Railway Rolling Stock ( Group ) Co. Ltd.http://www.qrrs.chinacnr.com/p415.aspx?CategoryID=19

NZS0631 63T Telescopic jib 6+6W Metre Gauge
N603 125T Telescopic jib 6+6W Metre Gauge and 1067mm
( exported to Myanmar, Nigeria and Tanzania )

NS1251C 125T Telescopic jib 6+6W
NS11601C 160T Telescopic jib 6+6W
Smaller capacity cranes are also produced.

India - Jamalpur
Development of a Gottwald design; the ‘1997’ design 140T 6+6W
Produced only for Indian Railways; no further orders beyond 2012 deliveries.

Russia – Kirovsky Mashavadov 1 Maya, Kirov
http://crane-kirov.ru/en/production/cranes

KZH-971 80T Telescopic jib 6+6W

KZH-1471 125T Telescopic jib 4+4+4+4W
KZH-1572 150T Telescopic jib 4+4+4+4W

Kirovsky is stated as designing a 120t capacity prototype for Egyptian National Railways and Iran Railways. The company plans to develop this into a production unit able to lift up to 250t, with a load moment exceeding 2000tm.

Smaller capacity cranes are also produced.

Russia - Proletarsky Zavod JSD, St. Petersburg
Prototypes – not in production.

SM-515 80T Telescopic jib 4+4+4+4W
SM -539 150T Telescopic jib 4+4+4+4W


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PostPosted: 27 Aug 2013, 11:58 
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Two Kirows to Nigeria ( 8/2013 .
http://www.thenigerianvoice.com/nvnews/ ... roads.html


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PostPosted: 03 Sep 2013, 13:17 
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Another contender?

This firm intends to produce a telescopic 160 tonner.

http://www.gk-railservice.com/11.html

Note the connection with the Rauma-Repola, Finland firm.

It will be interesting to see who makes the first order; and what the design resembles.


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PostPosted: 06 Sep 2013, 12:29 
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American & Ohio Locomotive Crane Co., could oblige.

http://www.aolcrane.com/locomotivecranes.html


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Kirow have delivered the first of three 160 ton telescopic railway rescue cranes to DBNetz.

http://www.kranunion.de/en/kirow/news-o ... tfallkran/


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PostPosted: 27 Jul 2014, 13:09 
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Kirow have delivered seven type Multi Tasker 2880 cranes ordered by China National Rail. 200ton capacity ( 2880t/m ).
Aside of their capacity their wheel arrangement is interesting, and possibly unique to date; 4+4+4+4+4+4W.

Curiously Kirows web material is a bit thin on detail and specification. see their gallery for scans.


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