Zoomlion set to display tower, rough terrain and all terrain crane models

27 March 2019

Designed for oilfield work, the Zoomlion RTG ZRT850 rough terrain crane will make its global introduction at Bauma 2019. The RT was created to work in special operating environments and requirements in oilfields around the world, featuring reliability and stability, sand-proof and fire-proof performance, heat-dissipation performance and cross-country capability,  Zoomlion said.


The Wilbert WT-260 will be on display at the Zoomlion stand.

 Wilbert, a top slewing tower crane company recently acquired by Zoomlion, will exhibit its flat-top tower crane, the WT260 e.tronic.

Zoomlion ZRT850The Zoomlion ZRT850 was designed for working in the oilfields.

Also on show will be the newly reconfigured Zoomlion flat-top tower crane T7020. Zoomlion said that after adaptive configuration optimization, the new T7020 has excellent lifting capability and operating performance, a maximum lifting weight of 10 to 12 tons and a maximum reach of 70 meters, suitable for multiple kinds of infrastructure projects such as civil building, bridge and airport.

Also new on the Zoomlion stand will be a new all terrain crane jointly developed by CIFA and Zoomlion. The new all terrain crane satisfies the CE standards and complies with the mobile crane needs of European clients.

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