As part of a new line, telescopic service cranes by Stellar are controlled, powered and monitored by the trademarked Crane Dynamics Technology (CDT).
Stellar Industries offers a new line of telescopic service cranes controlled, powered and monitored by the trademarked Crane Dynamics Technology (CDT). With models ranging in lifting capacity from 6,000 to 14,000 pounds, Stellar's CDT-equipped cranes communicate with the operator by using multiple sensory indicators, including LED lights and pulsating vibrations, when approaching maximum capacity. The control system has a boost mode that will temporarily provide almost 120 percent of normal operating capacity.
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.
A new line of telescopic service cranes ranges in capacity from 7,500 to 14,000 pounds.
The Slider20-S Hooklift is a 20,000-pound-capacity sliding-jib hooklift that can handle container variations of 10 feet to 14 feet, and up to 16-foot flatbeds.