Tadano ATF 110G-5: Designed to Solve Lifting Challenges

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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, for sale or rent at Scott-Macon Equipment, is designed with the most rugged terrains in mind for dependability on your job site.

Regardless of the location, temperature or climate, Tadano’s all-terrain cranes are just as reliable in bold new development projects as well as in meticulous maintenance operations on general construction, oil and gas, and infrastructure.

The Tadano ATF 110G-5 is no exception. This 121-ton crane has been upgraded with several new and enhanced features such as multiple counterweight configurations and the new AML-F load moment system.

Tadano ATF 110G-5 Specifications

With a maximum lifting capacity of 130 tons and a maximum lift height of 287 feet, the ATF 110G-5 has a maximum working radius of 209 feet. Its jib length runs 12.5 feet to 105 feet, and the boom ranges from 42.7 feet to 170.6 feet. 

The ATF 110G-5 also features FAUN purpose built frames with two-man, full width carrier cabs of composite structure (steel sheet metal and fiberglass).

Crane Dual Engine Design

Tadano prefers a dual engine design for all-terrain models, which preserves the less-used vehicle engine while allowing you to focus more on the maintenance needs of the crane-specific engine. Useful optional features like locking upper tool boxes may not make or break your decision, but they still simplify maintenance and repairs for your team when they're at a remote job site with little access to their usual tools. With the best of German engineering and design behind all of the cranes offered by Tadano, you can rest assured that your equipment will last through decades of challenging jobs.

Safety and Performance Features

Safety features include a windshield of laminated safety glass with windshield wipers and washers, sliding side windows of hardened safety glass and adjustable seats with safety belts and headrests. Safety devices include electronic load moment device and automatic overload shut-off, hoist limit switch with shut-off, overload warning and load moment gauge. Digital displays show boom angle, boom length, sheave height, working radius and hook load. It shows complete diagnostics in a simple interface with customizable controls. 

Load movement issues are minimized, thanks to the state-of-the-art Lift Adjuster system included in Tadano cranes. This manages the hoist cylinder position on the fly to prevent a moving load from hitting a structure or causing injury to workers. It minimizes the out of sight zones around the working crane, which is essential where there is limited space for operating a crane safely.

Given the wide range of lifting challenges found in today’s demanding job sites, Tadano all-terrain cranes offer many options which enable the user to configure the crane for a specific application. In addition to the main boom, these cranes can be equipped with a variety of jib configurations for optimizing the lift and/or reach requirements.

Tadano ATF 110G-5 for Sale or Rent

As an authorized Tadano dealer, Scott Macon Equipment is the go-to place to buy or rent the ATF 110G-5. Our expansive selection and professional customer service ensure the complete satisfaction of our customers. Contact Scott-Macon Equipment for the best deals on Tadano all-terrain cranes and other heavy lifting equipment. We'll help you pick the right one for your project.

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