All terrain crane takes centre stage at Link-Belt

By Euan Youdale25 March 2011

Link-Belt's ATC-3275 all terrain crane

Link-Belt's ATC-3275 all terrain crane

Link-Belt has launched the ATC-3275 all terrain crane aimed at the North American market.

The 275 ton (250 tonne) crane meets the toughest transport laws in North America said the USA-based manufacturer, and meets Tier IV interim and EPSA 2010 on-highway requirements.

None of the weights in its modular counterweight system is more than 22,000 pounds and can be grouped together or with other components on trucks to maximise the load. Maximum counterweight, rigging, matting and fly can be moved on four trucks.

Anti-lock (ABS) disc brakes, intarder and true engine compression brake, makes it the only all terrain to meet SAE braking codes, according to the manufacturer. Power comes from a Cummins EPA 2010 compliant engine.

The seven-section boom is fabricated from ultra-high strength steel in the manufacturer's own facility. The upper engine mounts transversely to allow maximum space for a stowable fly.

A 12 foot heavy lift fly has lift capabilities for two load lines, ideal for tilt-up work, said the company. An optional three-piece, bi-fold fly hydraulically offsets from 2 to 45 degrees. A manual four-position offset is available too.

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