The new Terex RT 100 US has been designed to ensure versatility thanks to three boom modes and two-part folding jib. This rough terrain has a lifting capacity of 100 t with a maximum boom length of 154 ft.
Scott-Macon is a leading independent equipment company in the Southern region of the United States
The company’s operations include the sale, rental, parts sales and servicing of a wide variety of lifting equipment including rough terrain hydraulic cranes, all-terrain cranes, boom trucks, truck cranes, crawler cranes and industrial carrydeck cranes, specialized hydraulic crawler cranes, material handlers, and aerial lifts.
Like so many companies in the Houston area, we have a number of employees who have been severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
At Scott-Macon Equipment, Houston has always been our home and who we are. We were founded in 1973 here and have grown with the rest of the Houston community. We owe this great community so much.
Scott-Macon Equipment is pleased to offer the NEW 2017 Broderson IC-100-3A immediately available for sale or rent at the Houston Service Center. It has all of the same features as the ever popular IC-80-3J, except with more capacity and reach.
Terex Rough Terrain cranes allow users to go off the road with confidence. Like most of the Terex Rough Terrain models, the Terex RT230 is equipped with excellent ground clearance and three-mode steering; however, it is complete with several other features that positions this crane in even the most rugged terrains without complications.
With tracks similar to those found on tanks, Hydraulic Crawler Cranes contain a flat gripping surface designed to dramatically increase the surface tension at the bottom of the crane. This feature is just one of the reasons that make the Tadano Mantis 3612 one of the most performance proven full-size telescopic boom crawler crane in the industry.
Designed for a large variety of rugged terrains and made to be highly configurable for diverse types of lifts, All-Terrain Cranes offer a wide range of capacities and configurations to handle many types of assorted jobs. Tadano’s ATF 110G-5 All-Terrain Crane is designed with the most rugged terrains in mind, and will provide versatility and dependability on your particular job site.
Construction managers and firms are often searching for versatility and reliability when choosing lifting equipment. Among the Terex Rough Terrain cranes, the Quadstar 1100 offers numerous advantages for use in various job sites.
Scott-Macon Equipment attended CONEXPO-CON/AGG March 7-11, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV. Held every three years, this international gathering place for construction industries brought together some of the top name brands exhibiting the latest technologies and innovations in equipment, products and services.
All Terrain Cranes were built to be versatile as they can be brought to various locations and have a much larger lifting capacity, making it so that they can be used on various types of jobs. While these job sites include those that are unfinished and that feature rugged terrain, these kinds of cranes are also highly adaptable.
They can work just as nimbly on job sites that are nearly complete, but that have the need for a stable lifting platform. This versatility and dependability is what makes these All Terrain Cranes some of the most popular ones in the industry.
Job Site Benefits of All Terrain Cranes
All Terrain Cranes have mobility built into their design so they can bring you the lifting capacity you need in order to complete your projects. Whether you need lifting capacity, reach or both, these cranes offer a range of different maximum lifting weights to move loads without issue. They are also equipped with tires that can handle a variety of different topographical elements.