Tadano America will introduce the 120-ton-capacity GR1200XL rough-terrain crane at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017. The GR1200XL features a 183'7", six-section formed boom. It is complemented with a 33'2" to 58'1" jib and sits on a compact two-axle carrier.
Tadano continues to expand the GR Series rough-terrain crane lineup that now includes seven models ranging from 15 to 160 tons. The crane fills the gap between the GR1000XL and GR1600XL models.
Features include: Tadano’s Load Moment Indicator (AML-C) with full on-board diagnostics, Cummins Tier-4-compliant QSB6.7 direct injection engine, Tadano-quality manufactured hoist and telescopic cylinders, and added safety features like multiple tie-off points and safe access and egress points.
Tadano also will reintroduces the ATF110G-5 at ConExpo. The popular 121-ton all-terrain crane has been upgraded to include several new and enhanced features, including multiple counterweight configurations for ease of transport and the new AML-F load moment system that includes full on-board diagnostics.
The ATF110G features a 170'6" five-section formed boom and a jib configuration ranging from 12.5 to 105 ft. The jib includes an integrated heavy lift jib.
Additional features include asymmetrical outrigger setup, exclusive lift-release adjuster safety system that provides radius correction for boom deflection under load; main and auxiliary drum and front-mounted drivers cab cameras; cost-effective flat front drivers cab glass; quick removable hose reel with stand; and a two engine design.
Tadano will be displaying five other units from its rough-terrain and all-terrain crane product lines.
- GR150XL ORI: Used in confined city and petrochemical/refinery applications this popular model was upgraded to include additional ground clearance and offer a more aggressive tire tread for better off-road performance. The six-section full power synchronized telescoping 78-ft. boom is complemented by either an 11'8" or 18-ft. two-staged off-settable jib. This crane is equipped with an on-board self-diagnostic AML system, Tadano’s asymmetrical outrigger setup, and Hello-Net telematics system.
- GR1000XL: This 100-ton rough-terrain crane is equipped with a 154'2", five-section boom and a 58.1-ft. bi-fold jib. Additional features include Tadano’s operator friendly AML system with on-board diagnostics, exclusive asymmetrical outriggers, and Hello-Net telematics.
- GR1600XL: The three-axle GR1600XL continues to set standard for features and on-the-job performance. Originally equipped with a 200.1-ft. boom and a two-stage, bi-fold lattice hydraulic tilt jib, Tadano now offers two optional 23-ft. inserts that extend the jib to 105 ft., achieving a lifting height of 302.5 ft. With self-removable counterweight and front and rear outriggers, the GR1600XL is simple and easy to transport. Other features include the tilt cab, asymmetrical multi-position outrigger setup, and Hello-Net telematics system.
- ATF70G-4: The 77-ton, 168-ft.-long boom crane comes with a 5.9-ft. to 52.5-ft. jib, utilizes multiple counterweight configurations for ease of transport. This four-axle crane come equipped with Tadano’s exclusive lift-release adjuster system, asymmetrical outriggers and two-engine design.
- ATF400G-6: Tadano’s 450-ton capacity flagship crane will be making its second appearance at ConExpo. A key feature of this crane is the lifting strength of the five-section, 196.8-ft. boom. The superior load charts outperform competitive cranes that require expensive and time-consuming heavy lifting systems. Equipped with the optional luffing jib it can reach a maximum tip height of 400 ft. An optional power lift system is also available for increased capacities.