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.
IMT model 32 tm articulating crane is rated at 222,050 lb.-ft. and has a maximum lifting capacity of 15,058 pounds at a radius of 14 feet 9 inches.
Models H12025 and H14025 telescopic service-truck cranes reach to 25 feet with a 90,000-pound rating.
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.