Construction firms -- and the managers tasked with making their purchases -- have a laundry list of requirements that the rough terrain cranes they buy must meet. In addition to being powerful and versatile, a rough terrain crane needs to be reliable and offer the company a good value. The Terex RT 100US does an exceptional job of meeting the above standards and more.
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.
With a lifting capacity of 120 tons, the Terex RT 1120 is currently one of the most powerful rough-terrain cranes in the U.S. market. This Rough Terrain crane has a 5-section, 3-mode boom which forms the basis for the boom system, as well as numerous advantages for use in various job sites.
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.
Today's industrial and construction projects call for a versatile array of solutions when it comes to heavy lifting. In order to maximize productivity and increase the impact of available resources, it is important to choose the right equipment for the job.
Broderson Cranes offers rough terrain and industrial crane solutions that meet the needs of this industry with a reliability you can count on.
Choosing the right crane when it comes to reliability, ease of use, and productivity is crucial in ensuring that a job goes smoothly. Among Terex rough terrain cranes, the Terex RT 780 offers several advantages for use over other cranes in its class. Here's how to decide if the Terex RT 780 is the right crane for your job.
Unlike other cranes in its class, a rough terrain crane provides reliable service without compromising on power and security. At Scott-Macon Equipment, we offer rough terrain cranes for rent or sale based on your needs.
Advantages of Rough Terrain Cranes
A number of design advantages make rough terrain cranes capable of maneuvering over surfaces and around obstacles that limit the movement of rubber-tire truck cranes and track hoe cranes. Rather than three or more axles -- like most rubber-tire truck cranes have, -- rough terrain cranes have two, hyper-sized axles. Both axles have a differential to propel the wheels which means rough terrain cranes are all-wheel drive. Rough terrain cranes also have over-sized tires which are significantly wider and larger in diameter than those found on a typical radial-tire truck crane.
The Terex® RT555 rough terrain crane is the latest Terex® crane built for a wide range of applications across some of the world's toughest industries. The RT555 combines superior operational ease, serviceability, and performance to give industries a reliable rough terrain crane solution.
Scott-Macon Equipment provides a wide selection of Terex® rough terrain cranes for sale. Additionally, we are an Authorized Parts Dealer for Terex® and other rough terrain cranes.
Built to provide crane operators consistent reliability and production, the Galion 150FA excels in the toughest working environments. A trusted name in rough terrain cranes, Galion's offerings are designed to get the job done in a variety of climates. Equipped with a 60 feet maximum boom length, the Galion 150FA outputs stellar performance while able to lift up to 15 tons. Its compact nature allows crane operators to travel easily between job sites without the need for oversized transport trucks. Throughout the years, the Galion 150FA has been a constant in the rough terrain crane market by continuously providing reliable service in an efficient and compact package.
Galion 150FA Specifications
With the ability and range to work in the toughest of conditions, it's no wonder the Galion 150FA has been a mainstay when businesses are in need of a reliable rough terrain crane. Its versatility allows it to be quickly deployed and perform in an instant. Unlike larger crane offerings capable of giving businesses a logistical nightmare, the 150FA's simple yet proven design has made it a favorite among crane operators. Galion has built tough cranes and construction equipment for businesses, and the Galion 150FA continues the trend.