Equipment Type

 Boom Trucks

products

The 45-ton 45142 boom truck has a 142-foot, five-section telescopic boom.

The 45127R Boom Truck has a 45-ton rated capacity and a new design that allows for a 50-state federal bridge legal mounting configuration on five axles.

Rear-mounted 36127R 36-ton boom truck has a five-section boom that is 34 feet 5 inches retracted and 127 feet extended.

Flip Sheave answers the need for a heavy-duty mechanics truck crane boom head that functions in tight or confined spaces, Stellar says.

Rubber-tracked 34127R boom truck is Elliott Equipment’s second-largest model and is designed for rugged terrains.

Blogs

Big Iron
Out of the first 3,163 FAA exemptions for drones, 1,883 of them were for construction and infrastructure use.
Big Iron
Successful fleet integrations of telematics are few and far between, and the penetration rate remains low across the industry.
Big Iron
John Meese, CEM, is the 2016-17 chairman of AEMP, and he has set his sights on a more diverse association.
Big Iron
Unfortunate incidents shouldn’t be the only time to shine a light on safety.

CE Twitter Feed 

ConstructionEqt @ConstructionEqt
Popular machine, but telematics usage not so much. https://t.co/rwycT695YP...
13 hours 18 min ago
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RT @roadeditor: ROADS/BRIDGES: Report says bad roads, bridges could cut U.S. GDP by $4 trillion...
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ConstructionEqt @ConstructionEqt
Infrastructure represents a $45B market for drones. @pwc_press...
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From the editors 

Rod Sutton @rodsutton
Only 12% use telematics, and here's how. https://t.co/3irSs8053m
13 hours 17 min ago
Frank Raczon @FrankRaczon
I always enjoy writing the @AEMP_ORG and...
1 week 10 hours ago
Rod Sutton @rodsutton
Labor shortage? Participate in the community. https://t.co/1qbbAuwLiG
1 week 5 days ago

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