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Link-Belt ATC 3250

Link-Belt’s newest all-terrain crane, the five-axle ATC-3250, with a rated lift capacity of 250 tons, uses a full-power, seven-section latching boom that extends from 43.3 to 223.1 feet. The boom sections extend independently by means of one double-acting hydraulic cylinder, and four pinned positions (0-, 46-, 92- and 100-percent) on each section provide 38 combinations to match loads and extensions.

November 01, 2006

Link-Belt’s newest all-terrain crane, the five-axle ATC-3250, with a rated lift capacity of 250 tons, uses a full-power, seven-section latching boom that extends from 43.3 to 223.1 feet. The boom sections extend independently by means of one double-acting hydraulic cylinder, and four pinned positions (0-, 46-, 92- and 100-percent) on each section provide 38 combinations to match loads and extensions. A two-piece lattice fly extends from 17.7 to 43.3 feet, and four lattice-fly extensions, each 19.7 feet in length, also are available. When the lattice fly is used in combination with all four extensions, the ATC-3250 has a tip height of 358 feet. The new machine also incorporates Link-Belt’s LoadCom load-radius compensating system, which automatically adjusts for boom deflection by activating the boom hoist. Powered by a Mercedes-Benz engine rated at 530 horsepower, this new all-terrain crane uses a ZF AS-Tronic automated 16-speed manual transmission and has a top speed of 52.8 mph.

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