Models H12025 and H14025 telescopic service-truck cranes reach to 25 feet with a 90,000-pound rating.
Models H12025 and H14025 telescopic service-truck cranes reach to 25 feet with a 90,000-pound rating. The H12025 has a maximum lift of 12,000 pounds, and the H14025 can lift 14,000 pounds. The cranes feature a planetary winch mounted on the boom, which is an upgrade over the existing 12000 and 14000 crane models. The cranes have Advanced Crane Control to monitor the stability of the crane during operation. Sensors monitor the tilt angle of the truck as well as the boom angle of the crane, and the system will warn the operator and even stop the crane rotation if necessary.
Models 3315 and 4421 telescoping boom cranes have maximum lifing capacities of 3,200 and 4,000 pounds, respectively.
IMT has enhanced its 2003i, 3203i, 4004i, 5005i, and 6006i electric telescopic crane models with design changes and new hydraulic power units.
The four-section, H10034 34-foot crane has the largest reach offered by Maintainer, is rated at a 10,000-pound maximum capacity, and can be installed on the company’s redesigned 2-ton truck body.
With capacities ranging from 10,000 to 36,000 foot-pounds, Maintainer’s new EH Series of truck-mounted cranes feature a 100 percent solid-state control system with arch suppression and a 25-foot cable.