Telescopic crawler from Link-Belt

  • 24-Sep-2009 04:03 EDT
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Link-Belt's TCC-750 has completely sealed lower and hydraulically retractable side frames for easy transport and onsite flexibility.

Link-Belt's TCC-750 75-ton (70-t) telescopic crawler was designed and built from the ground up in Lexington, KY, and has many of the same features—such as what the company describes as "bulletproof hydraulics"—as its other telescopic cranes.

The TCC-750 has completely sealed lower and hydraulically retractable side frames for easy transport and onsite flexibility. The retracted gauge, good for transport or work, is 8.4 ft (2.6 m). Two additional working modes at 11.9 ft (3.6 m) and, fully extended, at 14 ft (4.3 m) add to jobsite versatility. Depending on local restrictions, it moves in either one or two loads.

Link-Belt, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Heavy Industries, designed the 750 with its exclusive four-section, full-power formed boom with greaseless Teflon wear pads. Boom length is 38 to 115 ft (12 to 35 m) with a maximum tip height of 121 ft (37 m). Optional equipment includes a 35 to 58 ft (11 to 18 m), two-piece, on-board lattice fly with offsets of 2, 15, 30, and 45°. The maximum boom and jib length is 179 ft (55 m).

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