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louver

Louis XVI style
1. An assembly of sloping, overlapping blades or slats; may be fixed or adjustable; designed to admit air and/or light in varying degrees and to exclude rain and snow; esp. used in doors, windows, and the intake and discharge of mechanical ventilation systems.
2. A dome or turret rising from the roof of the hall of a medieval English residence, originally open at the sides to
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A pair of 125 HC-L 6/12 Litronic luffers and two 112 HC-Ls are working on the four storey building for Sino-Thai, one of Thailand's largest engineering and construction conglomerates,
Fioravanti says that "Potain luffers are a prudent choice in congested city areas where swinging a hammerhead, or flat top crane is out of the question, due to either obstacles or air rights issues.
At ConExpo 2014, Morrow acquired close to half of these new models from Liebherrand they are saddle jib EC-H models and luffers from the HC-L series.