National Crane’s NBT45 truck-mounted crane can reach up to 142 feet with its five-section boom. When equipped with a 55-foot boom extension, the combination provides a lifting tip height of 204 feet and a basket working height of over 210 feet.
With a capacity of 50 tons, the NBT50 truck-mounted crane is one of National Crane’s strongest cranes. It features fully integrated machine control, load moment indicator, and electric-over-hydraulic controls for improved precision when lifting loads, National Cranes says.
National Crane’s 1100 series telescoping boom crane boasts a maximum tip height of 161 feet and comes equipped with a wireless remote that allows workers to hoist themselves.
The National 1300H-Series boom trucks are rated at 30 tons capacity and are the largest National cranes that can mounted on a three-axle truck. A four-section boom is available in 69-, 100-, or 110-foot lengths. The new series features the company's "Easy Reach" control console, which can be unlatched and used in either the transport or operating positions.
Rated at 29 tons lifting capacity, the National Crane 900H Series boom truck is equipped with “H-style” outriggers, which provide “full-span, mid-span and retracted-span” load charts.