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Demag CC2800-1
3
Demag CC2800-1
2009 - 7,650 h - 600.0 T - 84 m
Crawler Cranes
Germany Berlin
Sennebogen 5500 SL
10
Sennebogen 5500 SL
2005 - 53 m
Crawler Cranes
France, Aquitaine (47)
Liebherr LR 1200 Boom 65 m Luffing jib 83 mtr
10
Liebherr LR 1200 Boom 65 m Luffing jib 83 mtr
2005 - 10,098 h - 220.0 T - 65 m
Crawler Cranes
Germany Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
595,000
Link-Belt LS-98
1
Link-Belt LS-98
1975
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi kH 100
1
Hitachi kH 100
1978
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH 180-2
1
Hitachi KH 180-2
1982
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
RB International CH 80
1
RB International CH 80
2000 - 30 m
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH 150-3
1
Hitachi KH 150-3
1988 - 28 m
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Sumitomo SC 900-PAX S-3
1
Sumitomo SC 900-PAX S-3
2003 - 48 m
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Fuwa Quy 90 C
1
Fuwa Quy 90 C
2008 - 40 m
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR-1160
1
Liebherr LR-1160
2003
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Sumitomo SC-1000-PAX S-2
3
Sumitomo SC-1000-PAX S-2
2000
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr HS 853 HD
3
Liebherr HS 853 HD
1996
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR 1130
2
Liebherr LR 1130
2007
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR-1160
4
Liebherr LR-1160
2008
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Kobelco 7100
3
Kobelco 7100
2001
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Kobelco 7100
2
Kobelco 7100
1997
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi Sumitomo SCX 900
3
Hitachi Sumitomo SCX 900
2005
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Zoomlion QUY 70
3
Zoomlion QUY 70
2008
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH 180-2 GLS
4
Hitachi KH 180-2 GLS
1979
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Sany SCC 800 C
3
Sany SCC 800 C
2008
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Sany SCC 1000 C
3
Sany SCC 1000 C
2008
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr HS 885 HD
3
Liebherr HS 885 HD
2009
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr HS 875 HD
4
Liebherr HS 875 HD
2006
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR-1160
3
Liebherr LR-1160
2004
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Terex CC 400
4
Terex CC 400
2007
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Fushun QUY 80 B
3
Fushun QUY 80 B
2009
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR-1160
4
Liebherr LR-1160
2004
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
RB International CH-100
3
RB International CH-100
1997
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH-150-3
4
Hitachi KH-150-3
1988
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr HS 885 HD
4
Liebherr HS 885 HD
2005
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
P&H 215
2
P&H 215
1975
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH 150-3 GLSK
4
Hitachi KH 150-3 GLSK
1993
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH 180-2 GLS
4
Hitachi KH 180-2 GLS
1980
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Manitowoc 222
3
Manitowoc 222
2004
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Demag CC-300
3
Demag CC-300
1987
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH-300-2
3
Hitachi KH-300-2
1981
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH-100
3
Hitachi KH-100
1978
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr HS 853 HD
4
Liebherr HS 853 HD
1999
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Hitachi KH-180-2
4
Hitachi KH-180-2
1982
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR 853
3
Liebherr LR 853
1996
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR 853
3
Liebherr LR 853
1997
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Samsung CX-800 -C
4
Samsung CX-800 -C
1999
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr LR-1140
4
Liebherr LR-1140
2001
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Liebherr HS 853 HD
3
Liebherr HS 853 HD
1995
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
RB International CH 65 (Servo Control
3
RB International CH 65 (Servo Control
1996
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Sennebogen 640-R-HD
4
Sennebogen 640-R-HD
1996
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Zoomlion QUY 70
4
Zoomlion QUY 70
2008
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Zoomlion QUY 70
3
Zoomlion QUY 70
2008
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands
Fushun QUY 80 A
3
Fushun QUY 80 A
2009
Crawler Cranes
Netherlands

Crawler crane

Introducing to the world of Crawler Crane

A crawler crane is a kind of material handling equipment, one of the biggest construction machines. This type of mobile, self-propelled crane is mounted on track undercarriage. Most probably it originates from a dragline excavator whose shovel has been replaced with a hook. Some crawler cranes can perform both as a crane and as a dragline excavator.

A crawler crane consists of tracks, motor casing, a slewing ring, a control cab, a boom and counterweight. Crawler cranes have telescopic or lattice booms. They can be significantly extended by an auxiliary boom. A crawler crane can move with hanged load. The power comes usually from one internal combustion engine.

The first crawler crane was manufactured in the 1920s in the USA by Northwest Engineering. In 1960 first crawler cranes were equipped with a slewing ring what increased lift capabilities. In 1976 British cranes made by Ransomes & Rapier were introduced fully hydraulic systems.

Crawler crane

Crawler crane

The use of Crawler Crane in the modern days

Crawler cranes are used for handling very heavy loads, wind turbine construction, high rise building construction or demolition works. They can operate on rough terrain where truck cranes have no access. eg. on sands or peat bogs. They don't require any supporting outriggers. Heavy as a crawler crane is (over 100 tons), thanks to the large track surface area it doesn't exert much pressure on the ground and is surprisingly manoeuvrable. The tracks can even move against each other so that the crane rotates. Unfortunately such cranes mustn't travel on public roads and must be transported by trucks, often unassembled into parts.

The main manufacturers of crawler cranes and other heavy equipment are: American Hoist, Hitachi, IHI, Kobelco, Liebherr, Link-Belt, Manitowoc, Mantis, NCK-Rapier, P&H, Ruston-Bucyrus, Sennebogen, Sumitomo, Terex-Demag and Unic Crane.