The ability to lift up to 400 tons combined with fast highway speeds and excellent off-road performance set our all terrain cranes apart. All wheel multiple mode steering provides unrivaled job site mobility. This class of crane is able to work harder, faster for increased job performance. Tip heights for the all terrain cranes can reach 414' with boom and jib combinations.
Our feature crawler cranes are the Liebherr LR1160 and its sister crane the Liebherr LR1160-2. With outstanding capacities and its ability to complete delicate work with heavy loads quickly, it's easy to see why our Liebherr crawlers are outpacing larger class cranes. This crane has a rated capacity of 200 tons and requires minimal crawler, counterwight, and mast tailswing clearances. Capable of self-erection, the LR1160 has the ability to boom up and luff the jib simultaneously while providing fast, efficient production. Luffing jib, fixed jib, and auxiliary boom tip attachments add to jobsite flexibility.
Hydraulic Cranes range from 30 to 400 ton capacity with highway speeds up to 68 mph for speedy response and decreased mobilization costs. They feature zero degree boom capabilities, pick and carry capabilities up to 83,000 lbs,. and 50% and straight down outrigger abilities for tight jobsites. They all have telescopic main booms and jibs for boom/jib combinations up to 248' feet.
The Lattice Boom Crane is a truck mounted crane with sectioned boom constructed from lattice steel members. This lightweight boom design allows for higher lifting capacity and longer boom lengths. The reason lattice booms stand out from other cranes is the speed at which they work. Our Link Belt lattice boom will get your job done-- fast!
Rough-terrain cranes have a single cab located on a rotating superstructure and drives on two axles. Driving these cranes is typically restricted to jobsites because of the low travel speed, though some cities and counties do allow rough-terrain cranes to be certified for street use. As the name implies, these cranes are capable of traversing very rough terrain to reach their working location. Rough terrain cranes also have pick and carry capabilities.