Self-Propelled, Stand-Up-Rider Hydraulic Crane

by | Jan 1, 2000 | News | 0 comments

Rider-Type Reversible Boom Crane

Air Technical Industries of Mentor, Ohio announced the introduction of its NEW, versatile, self-propelled, rider-type, hydraulic crane. Its boom length is telescopic from 72″ to 120″, angles up to 60°, and has a maximum reach beyond its base of 82″. The units maximum lifting height is 15 feet. The boom can swing 45° left and right and comes equipped with stowable outriggers. Unit lift capacities are from 1,000 to 20,000 pounds. The propulsion is a 24V DC battery system that is fully self-contained, smooth and quiet. It has variable speed controls and can travel up to 4 mph. It is designed to be extremely maneuverable & versatile.

Extraordinarily compact, the overall width of the unit is only 34 inches for improved handling versatility and easy passage through doorways, narrow aisles, and between machinery. The steering is powered for effortless operation turning up to 60° to either side for a small turning radius in crowded areas of operation. Lifting action, as well as telescopic boom action and boom swing is hydraulically operated. The unit can be easily transported, the boom is removable for compactness and can be reattached quickly for operation.

An optional, hydraulically operated wire rope winch is available for working into manholes or any other below ground operation. The unit is equipped with an overhead guard for the operator’s safety and has a dead-man brake as standard equipment.

Air Technical Industries’ equipment has heavy steel construction and it is quality built for years of trouble-free performance in tough industrial working conditions. A high performance design at a low cost, it will increase productivity, save time, improve safety and make impossible tasks possible.