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Lattice Harbour Cranes

The viewing problem

The lattice harbour crane is an extremely important link in loading and unloading ships. Even though the crane operator is seated high up in the sky, he is still not able to completely oversee his working area, especially when starting to load a ship or when finishing unloading.

The Orlaco solution

The load view camera provides images of the working area and is fitted on the boom of the trolley; it is positioned in such a way that it looks vertically downwards on to the top of the hook. The monitor in the cabin ensures that the operator always has visibility whilst hoisting, regardless of the position of the hook.

Lattice Harbour Crane

The camera allows the crane operator to not only work more easily, but also ensures additional safety. The operator is able to take immediate action and, if necessary, verify instructions he has received from the contact person on the ground.

Lattice Harbour Crane Lattice Harbour Crane

Applications

It is possible to connect a rear view camera to a lattice harbour crane. The crane operator is able to switch between the cameras with just a push of the button.

 

Crawler Cranes

The viewing problem
The lattice boom crane can be used for many purposes ranging from work on a construction site to placing windmills. The crane's operator, who is seated in a low working position, often does not have sufficient visibility of the work area.

Crawler Crane Crawler Crane

The Orlaco solution

Crawler Crane


Crawler Crane

The load view camera provides images of the working area and is fitted on the boom of the trolley; it is positioned in such a way that it looks vertically downwards on to the top of the hook. The monitor in the cabin ensures that the operator always has visibility whilst hoisting, regardless of the position of the hook. Cameras can also be fitted onto the middle of the mast. The advantage of this system is that it gives the crane operator better visibility of the height of the hook.

Crawler Crane  

The camera allows the crane operator to not only work more easily, but also ensures additional safety. The operator is able to take immediate action and, if necessary, verify instructions he has received from the contact person on the ground.

Crawler Crane

Applications

It is possible to connect the winch view camera to the monitor. The crane operator is able to switch between the cameras with the push of a button. On the larger types of lattice boom cranes, it is possible to extend the winch view system with additional cameras.

 

Mobile Tower Cranes

The viewing problem

The tower crane is an important link in the construction process. Even though the crane operator is seated in a cabin high up in the sky, he is still not able to view his entire working area. The visibility problem gets even worse as construction progresses and starts to increasingly obstruct the operator's view.

Mobile Cranes
Mobile Cranes

The Orlaco solution

The load view camera provides images of the working area and is fitted on the boom of the trolley; it is positioned in such a way that it looks vertically downwards on to the top of the hook. The monitor in the cabin ensures that the crane operator can always see every position of the hook whilst hoisting.

Mobile Cranes

The camera allows the crane operator to take immediate action and, if necessary, immediately verify the instructions from the contact person on the ground. Along with increased safety and improved working conditions, the camera systems also improve efficiency as the crane operator is able to move the load to the proper location with fewer instructions from the contact person on the ground.

Mobile Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Applications

It is becoming increasingly necessary on large building sites that have various types of cranes working to have visibility on the rear boom. The load view monitor can be used simultaneously with a back reach camera. With just one touch of a button, the operator is able to switch between both cameras.

Mobile Cranes

 

Tower Cranes

The viewing problem

The tower crane is an important link in the construction process. Even though the crane operator is seated in a cabin high up in the sky, he is still not able to view his entire working area. The visibility problem gets even worse as construction progresses and starts to increasingly obstruct the operator's view.

Tower Cranes

The Orlaco solution

Tower Cranes

The load view camera provides images of the working area and is fitted on the boom of the trolley; it is positioned in such a way that it looks vertically downwards on to the top of the hook. The monitor in the cabin ensures that the crane operator can always see every position of the hook whilst hoisting.

Tower Cranes Tower Cranes

The camera allows the crane operator to take immediate action and, if necessary, immediately verify the instructions from the contact person on the ground. Along with increased safety and improved working conditions, the camera systems also improve efficiency as the crane operator is able to move the load to the proper location with fewer instructions from the contact person on the ground.

Tower Cranes Tower Cranes

Applications

It is becoming increasingly necessary on large building sites that have various types of cranes working to have visibility on the rear boom. The load view monitor can be used simultaneously with a back reach camera. With just one touch of a button, the operator is able to switch between both cameras.

Tower Cranes

 

Telescopic Cranes

The viewing problem

The modern telescope crane is a familiar site in the building and construction industry and is often seen hoisting large loads. The crane operator in the cabin does not always have optimum visibility of the crane’s hook and load, especially in situations where he has to lift the load over building constructions, machines or installations.

Telescopic Crane Telescopic Crane

The Orlaco solution

The hydraulic telescopic crane operator can luckily rely on the help of Orlaco’s eyes high up in the sky. The load view camera is fitted on the tip of the telescopic boom and is positioned looking vertically downwards to the area on top of the hook. The monitor in the cabin ensures the operator has continued visibility of every position of the hook whilst hoisting.

Telescopic Crane

The camera not only enables the operator to work easier and more efficiently, it also ensures extra safety whilst doing his work. The crane operator is able to take immediate action and, if necessary, verify instructions he has received from the contact person on the ground.

Telescopic Crane Telescopic Crane
Telescopic Crane

Applications

The view of the winch is often limited on the larger types of mobile telescope cranes. Because of this, it is possible to use the hoisting load monitor to simultaneously connect a winch view camera. The operator is able to switch easily from camera to camera by just a press of a button. There is a possibility to extend the system with a rear vision and/or front vision camera and to connect a navigation system to the camera system.

Telescopic Crane
Telescopic Crane Telescopic Crane

On-Road

Why Orlaco?

FloSolve together with Orlaco are personally committed to bringing you the best camera and monitor solutions possible. To help create safer and more secure workplaces around the world. Orlaco professional team has spent over twenty five years designing and manufacturing a variety of certified, reliable and complete camera display solutions that effectively eliminate the blind spots around vehicles, machinery and vessels. We are confident that the options offered will not only help you to improve the safety, security and efficiency of your fleet, but also to enhance the ergonomics and comfort for your operators.


The Frontview camera provides the required visibility at the front of the truck. A quick look at the monitor and you will know whether you can drive off safely without overlooking a cyclist,pedestrian or object.

The monitor can be integrated or surface-mounted, depending on the vehicle. It is also equipped with handy options, such as automatic brightness adjustment. No matter how brightly the sun is shining or how dark it is, you always have good visibility.


The Rearview camera lets you see the area immediately behind the truck. The monitor in the cab automatically switches over to this camera if you select reverse gear, allowing you to reverse safely.

A longer and heavier truck combination (LHV), is a truck that can and may transport more freight than an ordinary truck combination. Various LHV models are available, which is why the cables are always customised to order.

  • Improved safety and Efficiency
  • Enhanced Ergonomics and Comfort
  • Certified Quality
   

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