What a Broderson Crane Can Do For Your Project


The right tools make the toughest jobs easier, and Broderson has been building cranes that are versatile, durable and of the highest quality for 45 years. The company specializes in rough terrain and industrial cranes.  

Industrial Cranes 

A Broderson industrial crane is designed to make the job site safer and more productive. Nowhere is this more evident than with the "carry deck" feature that is designed to provide an additional surface for workers to utilize while on the job. This allows them to more easily transport equipment, materials and other items needed in a particular area without having to utilize an additional work truck. These cranes are specially designed and built for operation in tight quarters where overhead obstacles are common in settings such as plants, refineries, mining operations and manufacturing facilities. 

Even though many models of this type of Broderson crane are less than eight feet high and wide, they pack a number of superior features within their design. For example, some models are powered by diesel while others allow the flexibility of dual fuels. Typically, they range from 2.5 to 25 ton capacity and 15 feet to 64 feet in reach.

The maximum capacity 25-ton IC-400-3A is one of several 2019 additions to this versatile line, featuring a maximum jib length of 75 feet, 360-degree continuous boom rotation, and the always reliable Cummins Diesel Engine, the stalwart power source of much of the Broderson line. For smaller loads and even tighter quarters, the Broderson IC-20-1K, with three-ton capacity and Kubota D1803 diesel engine, is available. For industrial lifts from two to 25 tons, there is a Broderson carry deck crane to fit your exact specifications and needs. These cranes feature precision instruments, robust booms and customized options if desired. 

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Broderson rough terrain cranes provide both versatility and a ruggedness that industrial and construction businesses depend on to get the job done efficiently without compromising safety. In addition to offering unmatched maneuverability that allows access to most areas on the job site, a Broderson rough terrain crane provides a superior load capacity of 15 tons.

The ability to set these cranes up quickly while relying on them to provide the necessary ground clearance makes them a valuable addition to any industrial or construction project. They feature rugged construction for harsh conditions, including oversized rough terrain tires, three steering modes, high ground clearance and durable, comfortable, ergonomic cabs and controls.

The RT-400 is the latest addition to this versatile, rugged line, featuring the Cummins 4.5L Turbo Diesel with Tier 4 compliancy, 20-ton maximum capacity, telescoping boom even under load, 68-foot boom length, and 20-foot jib extension.

Broderson rough terrain cranes have numerous advantages, including versatility, suitability for pick and carry operations and optimization for road transport to the job site. 

Scott-Macon Equipment Backs Your Broderson Crane With 24/7 Support

Whether for industrial use or in rough terrain, Broderson brings the highest quality of one of the finest manufacturers of crane equipment in the world to your project.

Scott-Macon Equipment backs the Broderson cranes with 24/7 service support centers throughout Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Our maintenance program is available to ensure continued quality crane performance, and we stock a complete line of Broderson parts.  We can help you determine which Broderson crane is the best fit for your job site and whether a purchase or rental best suits your needs. Contact us today for more information on a Broderson crane purchase or rental.

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