Grove GHC110 crawler crane has a telescoping boom that reaches to 153.4 feet. The 110-ton capacity crawler crane has a maximum tip height of 162 feet, or 212 feet with a standard 49.2-foot bifold offsettable swingaway boom extension.
The main booms five sections are moved into the required positions using two horizontally mounted pins and a single telescopic cylinder.
Its undercarriage has three track spans for lifting in symmetrical and asymmetrical positions. The 36-inch wide tracks provide 15.5 psi of ground bearing pressure when no load is carried. Hydraulically extendable and retractable cross members offer a choice of three potential track spans (gauges) in either symmetrical or asymmetrical track positions.
The GHC110 crane has a 249-horsepower Cummins QSB6.7 Tier 4-F engine. A single variable-displacement load-sensing piston pump distributes power for all main functions, with a maximum operating pressure of 4,786 psi. A three-section gear pump drives the water and oil coolers and pilot control.
The engine’s noise emissions have been reduced through the addition of extra sound insulation to the engine bay. An in-cab camera enables operators to monitor movement of the main and auxiliary hoists. These hoists are situated side by side at the rear, reducing tailswing and providing a maximum line pull of 19,404 pounds.
Three additional exterior cameras provide visibility of areas where the operator’s view would otherwise be restricted. There is also up to 20 degrees of cab tilt to improve operator comfort and vision for long boom and extension work.
Grove GHC110 crane specifications
- Capacity: 110 tons
- Max tip height: 162 feet
- Power: 249 horsepower