The crane may be equipped with a powered telescopic boom hydraulic winch cable lift and powered mast rotation All functions are hydraulically operated

The crane may be equipped with a powered telescopic boom, hydraulic winch cable lift, and powered mast rotation. All functions are hydraulically operated.

Large Mobile Crane with Extendable Lift Height

Adjustable goose-neck boom for easy transport, storage, and movement for on-the-spot handling Battery powered, self-propelled Scalable lifting capacities, heights Bowered telescopic boom

AIR TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES developed the Port-O-Giant Mobile Crane with features that increase lift height, for outdoor use or hazardous applications. The crane can be folded or disassembled for easy transport, storage, and movement in crowded areas for on-the-spot handling. Or, it can be put on cargo elevators or used on top of buildings.

The crane is equipped with a hydraulic winch to lift and lower loads to ground level, or to work below ground level.

The lifting capacity is 6,000 lb. with the boom retracted; 3,000 lb. with the boom extended; and 1,000 lb. with the goose-neck attachment. Lifting height is 150 in. with boom retracted; 216 in. with the telescopic boom extended; and 288 in. with the adjustable goose-neck boom at maximum height.

The mobile crane is a self-propelled, 24-V DC battery-powered unit, with variable speed control. It’s capable of 90-degree left and right turns, and the load wheels are 16-in. OD mold-on rubber installed on roller bearings for smooth and easy mobility.

The unit may be equipped with a powered telescopic boom, hydraulic winch cable lift, and powered mast rotation. All functions are hydraulically operated.

The crane is a welded steel structure, for long lasting service for heavy-duty industrial applications. It’s also available as a hot-dip galvanized structure, for corrosion resistance. The drive unit is available in an EE-rated model, and the power components may be installed 18 in. above floor level for aerospace or other sensitive applications.

The entire unit may be hydraulically powered by compressed air (even the drive unit) for extremely hazardous operations.

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