Potain Hup M 28-22


  • Max capacity: 4,850 lb (2,200 kg)
  • Max tip capacity: 1,870 lb (850 kg)
  • Max radius: 91.9 ft (28 m)
  • Max height under hook with jib horizontal: 64.3 ft (19.6 m)
  • Max height under hook with jib at 30°: 102 ft (31.1 m)
  • One single package with permanent ballast


Chassis: Outriggers swing and lock into position. ______ square outrigger spread with _______ maximum turning radius. ________ Square outrigger pads are stowed on the crane during transport.

Ballast: Ballast requirement for the crane consists of either 16,550 lb (7,500 kg) or 19,400 lb (8,800 kg). The ballast is transported on the crane.

Mast: Telescopic solid mast is raised by an auxiliary winch and pulley block. Hook heights of _______ and _______ are achievable.

Jib: 92 ft ( m) radius standard offsettable lattice jib. The jib can be offset to 30deg. Opening and aligning are carried out automatically by ____(three) hydraulic cylinders.





The power options are available: 480 V and 60 Hz; 230 V, 32 A, and 60 Hz; or 230 V, 20 A, and 60 Hz measured at the turntable are recommended for optimal performance. Power Control allows for a reduction in power supply for a proportional reduction in hoisting speed. Earth rod and electric cable stored on the crane during transport.

The wireless remote control provides information to the operator about wind speed, radius, hook height, load, and moment. Lights and buzzers alert the operator when nearing limits of operation. Battery charger and extra battery are provided with the crane.

Auxiliary push-button tethered remote ensures continual operation in case of battery or other malfunction of the wireless remote control. Optional tethered remote control ensures continuous operation with the same functions and ergonomics as the standard wireless remote control.



Integrated transport axle (North America compliant) to transport the crane direct on the road from one job site to another. The integrated transport axle includes an ABS braking system and Pneumatic suspension.

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