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J D Neuhaus L.P.

Address 9 Loveton Circle, Sparks, MD, 21152-9201, US
Fax 410-472-2202
Phone 410-472-0500
Email [email protected]
Website jdngroup.com
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Radio remote control offered for J D Neuhaus hoists and cranes

J D Neuhaus (JDN) has further enhanced their remote control capabilities. This innovation will bring exceptional ease-of-use and convenience to users across all industries. Three remote control models are now available, RC-X, RC S and RC-SP, each comprising of a transmitter and receiver and all can either be integrated in existing JDN solutions or directly combined with a new JDN hoist.

New Hydraulic Hoists Added To J D Neuhaus Range

Hoists incorporating the latest generation of super silent hydraulics have now been added to the J D Neuhaus range of high performance lifting and handling equipment. In both their Profi and EH monorail hoist ranges, units providing 75 and 100 metric ton lift capacities have been added. Where heavy loads are lifted and transported in highly restricted spaces with only minimum headroom, then a JDN ultra-low monorail hydraulic hoist range has been introduced, initially available with 50 and 100 metric ton lift capacities and designated as JDN UH 50-H and JDN UH 100-H.

J D Neuhaus hoists help build world’s largest observation wheel

Three J D Neuhaus air operated hoists, each providing a 50 tonne lifting capacity have been utilised in the construction of the world’s largest observation wheel located at The Linq, Caesars Entertainment’s $550 million  outdoor retail, dining and entertainment district located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The wheel, which tops out at a height of 550 feet, provides an impressive view for both daytime and nightime skylines of this unique resort destination. The structure, known as the Las Vegas High Roller, comprises 28 viewing cabins with a total 1,120 passenger capacity. The impressive height exceeds other Great Wheels of the world such as the Singapore Flyer at 541 feet (28 cabins with 784 passenger capacity) and the UK’s London Eye at 443 feet (32 cabins with 800 passenger capacity).