The new six axle crane has a 70 metre telescopic main boom, 10 metres longer than the unit it replaces.
The Manufacturer says that the new crane also has a significantly improved load chart and claims that when fitted with its Y-boom suspension system it is the strongest six-axle crane on the market
The cranes high capacities on long boom lengths, make it ideally suited for tower crane erecting work, while the Y-suspension, and nearly double the lift capacity in many areas of the chart, making it possible for the new crane to perform work that until now was handled by seven or eight-axle cranes.
A 78 metre luffing fly jib, takes the maximum tip height up to 132 metres, 16 metres higher than the previous LTM350 and 12m higher than the Demag AC350
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