Mantis brings new crawler to ICUEE

04 March 2008

John Mitchell, vice president of business development at Mantis Cranes, in front of the 200RS

John Mitchell, vice president of business development at Mantis Cranes, in front of the 200RS

Mantis Cranes showcased its latest crawler crane at ICUEE, the 20010RS, which William Mitchell, Jr., Mantis president, described as “a serious machine.” The 100-ton capacity machine has a 128 foot, four section boom with a maximum jib height of the main boom at 137 feet. The unit can lift 40,000 pounds on the full main boom. It is powered by a 330 horsepower Tier 3 Cummins engine.

Mitchell said the machine is targeted for the railroad and re-railing market. He said the machine is “going head-to-head with side booms.”

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