Your benefits:


Quick programming of slew- and height-limits

from within the cabin


Limits can be altered while on the job


Modular architecture enables quick

installation (< 8h)


Fits all machines – independent from type

and manufacturer


High level of user-friendliness and operating-



All sensors are wearless, as there are no

mechanical parts




During crane-work on railways or near chemical factories, it is essential to limit the movement-area of the crane. PTLS CRANE assists you with this task. Our specially developed proportional valve-, or CAN BUS-controls stop the cranes movements very smoothly, thus preventing material wear and retaining the machines stability.


Special circumstances require special technology

To ensure safety, some crane-work-operations require a slew- and height-limitation-system. This guarantees, that the cranes boom-elements only move within a previously defined radius thus protecting the operators cabin and personnel from harm and preventing damage to the machinery and other vehicles.


Fully digital

In accord with current railway regulations, PTLS CRANE operates fully electronical. Due to its development in cooperation with various railroad companies, the system offers the highest level of operation safety available on the market. This is just one of the reasons, why many railway-companies (i.e. ÖBB, DB, SBB, SNCF) exclusively employ PTLS systems on their railway networks.


Quick installation

Installation of the system is very quick and programming takes places comfortably from within the cab with the touch of only 3 buttons.


Proportional shut off

Movement is shut off via either 4 proportional-valves or a CAN BUS-system – no matter how fast the slew- or height-movement is being executed. The gentle braking process protects the machines components.



Do you have questions regarding this product? Please feel free to contact us!

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