Link-Belt Cranes has announced an upgrade to base rating of its 110-ton telecrawler to 120-ton. The TCC-1200 offers a capacity chart at radius that rivals even lattice crawler cranes with a similar base rating, LInk-Belt said.
The new model features a full power boom fabricated from ultra-high-strength steel and formed in Link-Belt’s own formed boom facility.
The main boom height is 40 to 150 feet (12.2 - 45.7 meters) long and incorporates Teflon wear pucks to eliminate boom grease. It will come with three track widths – extended at 18 feet 2 inches (5.5 meters), intermediate at 15 feet 8 inches 4.8 meters, and retracted at 11 feet 11 inches (3.6 meters, which offers varying footprint capability in telecrawler sectors such as energy, industrial, and infrastructure.
An optional wireless remote control system is now available for the new TCC-1200 and TCC-1400. The wireless remote provides a solution for industries and other operations where required, and allows the operator to be out of the cab and still have control of the crane.
Shipments of the new TCC-1200 will begin fourth quarter 2018.