Irish defense department purchases Rigo AT

15 April 2008

Ireland: The Irish Department of Defence is taking delivery of the first new Rigo all terrain crane sold in Ireland. Pictured at to delivery in January is the 90 tonne capacity RTT 904/2 on four axles. It has a special order 15.5 m (50 feet) hydraulic telescopic jib for maintenance work on radar, antennae and GPS systems on the naval vessels in dock. Boats weighing up to 33 tons will also be lifted. The RTT 904/2 with 49.2 m (161 feet) main boom and the jib fully extended to 15.5 m lifts 3.5 tons.

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