Elliott introduces 36 ton boom truck

By Shiffler D.Ann31 August 2012

Elliott Equipment Company introduces the new 36-ton 36127R boom truck.

Elliott Equipment Company introduces the new 36-ton 36127R boom truck.

Elliott Equipment Company in the USA has introduced a new boom truck, the 36127R, which is a rear-mounted variant of its popular 36127F 36 US ton boom truck, the company said. Both versions of the 36127 have a 34 foot 5 inch (10 meter) retracted and 127 foot (39 m) extended five-section boom with an optional 26 to 45 foot (8 to 14 m) telescopic jib for a maximum vertical reach of 186 feet (57 m). With features including aluminum tread plate bed wings, internal anti-two block, a full-length subframe, and Elliott's Dynasmooth controls, the 36127 is a leader in performance and value in its class, the company said.

The new 36127R includes Elliott's 12,800 pound (5.8 metric ton) bare-drum pull two-speed planetary winch with a 9,060 pound (4 metric ton) single line pull and 425 feet (130 m) of rotation resistant wire rope. Each crane comes standard with two sets of out-and-down outriggers with removable ball and socket aluminum pads for maximum efficiency. Other features include the Hirschmann iVisor Mentor LMI, Elliott's lifetime structural warranty, a 32 to 49 foot (9.8 15 m) two-piece friction-free jib, and 14 foot 6 inch (4.4 m) mid-span and 21 foot 2 inch (6.5 m) full-span outrigger spread.

The new model comes standard with Elliott's patented Ride Around Control Console designed to give operators a clear view of the load without the extra cost of a crane cab. The model is also available with all weather open seated controls or a full crane cab with optional air conditioning.

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D.Ann Shiffler Editor, American Carnes & Transport Tel: +1 512 869 8838 E-mail: d.ann.shiffler@khl.com
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