STEPA mobile cranes are flexible and versatile machines with a large number of everyday agricultural applications. These machines, often described as hay loaders or manure loaders, can be used both for jobs in the hay barn and for loading the muck spreader. They can also be used for smaller jobs involving wood when used with a log grab. The STEPA mobile crane is available in a 2- and 4-wheel version depending on the base frame and design. Depending on its location, it can be run using electricity, an additional pump or its own diesel engine.
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Both of these chassis have two wheels and either two or four support jibs. The base frames can be easily and quickly towed to the work location using the drawbar hitch. The S2 chassis can be used for cranes with a lifting force of up to 5mt and the S4 chassis with four supports for cranes with a lifting force of up to 7mt.
- Compact construction
- Cost-effective variant
- Extendible spindle supports
- Hand brake prevents slipping sideways in the S2
- Small slewing radius
You have full mobility with these automatic cranes. With four wheels you will easily be able to change work location without added tools. The optional addition of a diesel engine or the use of a mounted dual pump enable the crane to be operated away from the farmyard.
- 75° steering angle
- With swing axle
- Complete stability without support
You can choose between a double or triple telescopic system depending on your requirements. The double telescope has an impressive, lightweight construction and can be supplied with a reach of up to 10m. The triple telescope system has high retraction and extension speeds. All extension booms are extended with just one cylinder. This means that distances of up to 13m can be reached.
Different lifting booms can be selected depending on the space available in the hay barn. The compressive lifting cylinder with the POWER LINK system provides a consistent torque and constant speed throughout the lifting boom’s entire movement range. In special cases, STEPA also provides telescopic lifting booms with an extension of up to 80cm. This means that low obstacles can be overcome or a higher haystack reached.
- POWER LINK system
- Optimum geometry using compressive lifting cylinder
- Fine grain S700 steel
Equipment & accessories
The licensed patent of our roation-elevate-system has all important compontents (ball bearing ring with slewing engine, distributor, hydraulic hoses and the lifting up cylinder) inside mounted. This leads to an optimal protected solution, equipped with a service cover and a simple and servcie friendly usage.
This system reduces the possibility of damages, is stronger with very compact dimensions.
Compressive lifting cylinder with POWER LINK system
The Power Link system ensures that the crane still has a large lifting force even in extreme settings. As such, loads can also be lifted easily when the lifting boom is very flat.
Adjustable side directional control
All Types of the crane edition 2015 are equipped with extra glide plates with for a better side directional control. Their are easy and quick to adjust.
95 l hydraulic tank
The large hydraulic oil tank is constructed to minimise use of space and also delays oil heating.
2 LED headlamps (more light, less heat)
Two high-quality LED headlamps not only provide a better cone of light, they also use less electricity and produce little heat. Result: More light for less electricity and heat, as well as higher quality - comes as standard
Foot pedal integrated in the floor
All new crane models of the Edition 2016 has the foot pedal levers below the bottom of the crane cabin integrated.
Each crane is equipped with an drink holder.
High-strength rolled S700 square tubing
Square tubing, specially rolled by VOEST for STEPA, stands out for its high quality. The material is significantly stronger and more durable as seams are minimised.
3D construction of all component parts
The construction of STEPA cranes is based on our decades of experience and supported by the use of the most advanced computer programs.
STEPA cranes are developed and improved on the computer with calculations using the finite element method.