Tadano to Reveal New Boom Truck at ConExpo

Tadano America Corp., Houston, Texas, along with parent company Tadano Ltd., will show two rough-terrain cranes, two truck cranes, four all-terrain cranes, and three boom trucks at next week's ConExpo.

Making its debut at the show is a 35-ton boom truck, the TM-35100. The TM-35100 features a four-section, round-box boom that extends to 100 feet. It is equipped with a two-stage lattice jib measuring 28 to 50 feet and offsets at 5, 25, and 45. Other features include a twin swing system for free swing or locked operation; foot controls for elevation, telescope, and engine throttle; multi-span outriggers; an internal A2B device and Tadano's AML-LII load moment system.

The unit on display will be mounted on a KW T800 tridem, while the prototype is configured on a Sterling truck chassis.

Tadano America Corp. will also feature the GT-900XL-1, a 90-ton truck crane with a five-section, 144-foot telescopic boom, and two all-terrain cranes: the 55-ton ATF-50G-3 with a 131-foot boom and the 100-ton ATF-90G-4 four-axle crane. The company is in Booth G-328 at next week's show in Las Vegas.

For more information, visit www.tadanoamerica.com.



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