In addition to performance, reliability and versatility, lifting equipment that is quick to set up is more valuable to construction firms who are often attempting to meet deadlines. That coupled with the fact that it can travel down the highway makes the Terex T780 hydraulic truck crane a proven performer on job sites large and small.
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.
Hydraulic truck cranes are a heavy duty solution for jobs that require the lifting and placement of substantial amounts of weight, yet hydraulic truck cranes are legal to drive on public roads and highways. In order to accommodate both the need to utilize tires that meet highway specification and bear the weight of anywhere between 20 and 80 tons per lift, the number of tires on a hydraulic truck crane vary anywhere from between 10 and 20 tires.
The new 2015 Tadano Mantis 10010Mx is the benchmark for 50-ton (45-tonne) capacity hydraulic crawler cranes - worldwide. With a full 10ft radius, the Mantis 10010MX can operate in many of today's toughest fields and industries.
Tadano Mantis 10010MX Specifications
The 10010MX is equipped with a long 111ft 6ins (34m) four-section full power telescopic boom. Its exceptional stability with tracks extended allows it to make lifts with the main boom fully telescoped and laid-out horizontally.