ALL Erection adds Carrydecks

24 April 2008

One of all ALL Erection's new 22 ton industrial cranes is on site at the McCormick Place West expans

One of all ALL Erection's new 22 ton industrial cranes is on site at the McCormick Place West expansion project in Chicago. The machine is being used to erect precast concrete from inside the building

All Erection has added two new Model 7755 22-ton Carrydeck industrial cranes to its fleet, complementing the company's already deep inventory of Carrydeck cranes, including 10 with a 20 ton capacity. The new Model 7755 is 9 feet 10 inches high and 8 feet wide. It is 24 feet long with the telescoping boom fully retracted, and has a reach of 67 feet for the main boom and up to 80 feet with the optional jib. The carrydeck offers60 square feet of load space. The 22-ton industrial crane is an alternative to a rough terrain crane for jobs requiring compact size, mobility, and the ability to carry a load on a deck, according to the company.

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