Sany debuts SRC885 RT at Bauma

By Shiffler D.Ann17 April 2013

Kirk Erlinger of Sany America says response to the new SRC885 rough terrain crane has been strong

Kirk Erlinger of Sany America says response to the new SRC885 rough terrain crane has been strong

An unexpected new crane showed up on the Sany stand at Bauma this week, the SRC885. The 85 US-ton rough terrain crane is new to the Sany product line, according to Kirk Erlinger, director of sales and dealer development for Sany America.

“We’ve received a lot of good feedback on this crane and it will fill a need in the market,” he says. “We had a lot of traffic interested in this model.”

The SRC885 features maximum capacity of 85 tons and a reach of up to 209.7 feet through a five-section full-power boom. Hydraulic powered 4x4 steering delivers strong maneuverability, while the earthmover-style tires provide smooth ride, even in adverse ground conditions, Sany said. Three-position outriggers level the crane with up to 12.4 inches of ground penetration and total horizontal extension of 24 feet.

The 275 hp Cummins Tier 4i engine is integrated with the hydraulic system to deliver precise control and multi-function load sharing, Erlinger said.

Hydraulic joysticks give the operator smooth, variable control of crane functions, and the two- speed swing system can continuously rotate 360 degrees in either direction.

An unexpected new crane showed up on the Sany stand at Bauma this week, the SRC885. The 85-ton rough terrain crane is new to the Sany product line, according to Kirk Erlinger, director of sales and dealer development for Sany America.

“We’ve received a lot of good feedback on this crane and it will fill a need in the market,” he says. “We had a lot of traffic interested in this model.”

The SRC885 features maximum capacity of 85 tons and a reach of up to 209.7 feet through a five-section full-power boom. Hydraulic powered 4x4 steering delivers strong maneuverability, while the earthmover-style tires provide smooth ride, even in adverse ground conditions, Sany said. Three-position outriggers level the crane with up to 12.4 inches of ground penetration and total horizontal extension of 24 feet.

The 275 hp Cummins Tier 4i engine is integrated with the hydraulic system to deliver precise control and multi-function load sharing, Erlinger said.

Hydraulic joysticks give the operator smooth, variable control of crane functions, and the two- speed swing system can continuously rotate 360 degrees in either direction.

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