Austin Crane recently took delivery of a TADANO ATF 90G-4.

Austin Crane recently took delivery of a TADANO ATF 90G-4.

Austin Crane Service took delivery of their first ATF 90G-4 at Tadano America Corporation’s headquarters in Houston, TX this past month. The ATF 90G-4 features a compact design that Austin Crane Service has found to be a big benefit. According to Larry Taylor, owner and president, Austin Crane Service, “the hydraulic luffer and the turning radius are a huge plus when getting in and out of and working on confined job sites.”

With a lift capacity of 110 tons and boom length of up to 168 feet, the ATF 90G-4 features a tiltable cockpit and two oil coolers to keep hydraulic temperatures low. The machine’s automatic moment limiter (AML-C) offers enhanced functionality and the ability to pre-set special job configurations.

Since its arrival in Leander, TX, the ATF 90G-4 has been used to build and set tanks and was most recently utilized in downtown Austin working inside street barricades with narrow lane closures.

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