PSC unveils transporter

By Laura Hatton20 August 2013

PSC’s SPMT 600 shown transporting knuckle boom cranes

PSC’s SPMT 600 shown transporting knuckle boom cranes

Manufacturer of heavy lift and transport products PSC in the USA has launched a new self propelled modular transporter (SPMT), the SPMT 600.

It is 770 mm high and 2.2 m wide and can transport up to 61 tonnes (20 tonnes per axle line). It has pivoting wheel assemblies to allow the trailer to move forward, backward and sideways, a company spokesperson said. The unit can also rotate 360 degrees without changing its mid point.

The trailer is operated by remote control and has a wireless control system, Intellidrive. It can be transported on a standard flatbed trailer.

“The SPMT is a game changer for every plant that needs to move heavy equipment through small entries and within narrow passageways,” said Tommy Morrison, PSC director and senior project manager.

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