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ALL Erection and Crane Rental Corp. announces the latest version of its LS3 lift simulation software, version 3. Lift simulation software recreates the environment of your lift to help you properly plan your lift day, increasing safety and reducing cost, the company says.

LS3 software is preloaded with specifications, capacities and load data for every crane in the ALL fleet. Input screens take basic application, site and lift data, then provide 3D simulation of the lift, which suggests the proper crane, outrigger load bearing pressures, crane capacities and percentages of the crane’s capacity being used.

The simulation software is an in-house tool used by ALL application engineers. Lift-planning service is free to customers.

ALL Erection and Crane Rental Corp.: (216) 524-6550.


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