HMF Crane 1120-K


HMF Crane 1120-K is made of high strength steel and is therefore has a particularly low tare weight. The crane is available with fixed or variable flow pump and up to 5 hydraulic extensions. It can also be equipped with HMF's Electronic Vehicle Stability system, EVS, which calculates the current load of the vehicle continuously so that the crane and truck are in perfect balance.

Adaptable stabilizer solutions
The stabilizer legs of the crane are to ensure stability - however they still have to be sturdy, easy to handle and must not take up too much space when not in use. Therefore you can choose between fixed stabilizer legs, manual swing-up stabilizer legs to 30/60° or manual swing-up stabilizer legs to 180° with gas spring. Stabilizer beams can be freely selected as hydraulically extensible or manually extensible, also in connection with the sophisticated EVS stability monitoring.

HMF radio remote control
The HMF radio remote control is part of a unique operation and safety system (TCC - Total Crane Control), which provides the operator with all advantages and possibilities for operating the crane functions and important safety functions on the HMF RCL Safety System. By means of the remote control box you can carry out many tasks besides operating the crane, independent of a fixed control position.

EVS - active securing of stability
HMF’s patent pending stability safety system, EVS, is continuously taking into account the current load on the vehicle so that crane and truck are in perfect balance. As the system includes the load on the truck body as a part of the tare weight of the vehicle, it means that you actually obtain a considerably larger working area with a load on the truck body - thanks to EVS.


EVS – stability system

Electronic Vehicle Stability (EVS) is a dynamic vehicle stability system that constantly monitors the stability of the vehicle in all working areas during crane operation. EVS actively incorporates the load on the vehicle, the inclination of the ground, the vehicle heel, the load moment of the crane, and its working speed. EVS can increase the […]

Auxiliary valves with variation

Familiar and usual hose routing to the crane tip is that one or two auxiliary valves are placed in robust hose baskets along the arm-system. If there are additional requirements for effective hose protection, one or two auxiliary valves can be placed in internal hose reels which means that they are then very well protected.

HMF Radio Remote Control

HMF's radio control is one part of a unique control and safety system (TCC – Total Crane Control) which gives the crane operator all the advantages and possibilities for radio control of crane functions and essential safety functions in the HMF RCL safety system. A number of actions can be performed in addition to controlling […]