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Heavy Lifting in Tight Spaces

Posted May 19, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Commercial job sites with limited space and weight restrictions can now take advantage of an eight-axle all-terrain crane. Unveiled at the recent Bauma 2016 Exhibition in Munich, the 450 ton crane boasts a seven-section, 85 m main boom. It also sports a telescopic counterweight to replace the "Y-guy Superlift" system utilized on older models. With the cumbersome Y-guy system eliminated, the crane is now considered ideal for making heavy lifts inside tight spaces such as urban centers.


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