Elliott unveils 45 ton boom truck

By Sarah Ann McCay24 January 2013

The new Elliott Equipment BoomTruck 45127R

The new Elliott Equipment BoomTruck 45127R

US crane manufacturer Elliott Equipment Company has added a new boom truck to its line up with the launch of the 45 ton (41 metric ton) 45127R.

Designed both for owner-operators and rental customers, the 45127R is the first and highest capacity Elliott Equipment boom truck with a design that allows for a 50 state federal bridge legal mounting configuration on five axles.

The new boom truck has a five-section steel telescopic boom with a sheave height of 137 feet (41.7 meters) and an optional telescopic jib for lifting or aerial basketwork.

Other features include a 360 degree load chart without a front stabilizer, full hydraulic or electric/hydraulic controls, swing counterweight, air conditioned operator cab and optional wireless remote controls.

Available accessory packages include a ‘transmission package’ featuring a jib, basket and remotes, and an “oilfield package” featuring an auxiliary winch, rooster sheave, winch drum rotation indicator, and swing counterweight.

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