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Maeda To Unveil Larger Crawler Crane (25-03-2019)
Maeda will unveil its largest mini crawler crane to date at Bauma, the 8.1 tonne CC1908.
Details on the new crane are limited, given that the launch is reserved for Bauma, but it will have a five section 19.4 metre boom that provides a maximum tip height of 21.5 metres and a maximum radius of 19.2 metres. It is capable of travelling with a 3.5 tonne pick & carry load on the hook.
Overall width is 2.49 metres, and the crane weighs 19.4 tonnes with the optional jib in place. Features include a short tailswing, a fully enclosed air conditioned cab with link slide door cab, a 10 inch touchscreen monitor display, boom slew limit setting, surround view camera and monitor, extra wide roof window with standard sun shade and visor. Power comes from a Yanmar EU Stage V and EPA Final Tier 4 compliant fuel efficient Diesel and hydrostatic transmission.
Other details include a two speed winch, 6/4/2 fall hook block, tilt sensor/alarm, anti slack device. Options include a 1.5 tonne Hydraulic jib, a new two tonne searcher hook and dozer blade.
First Liebherr LG1750 Lattice Boom In USA (23-03-2019)
Trand Inc. is scheduled to take delivery of the first Liebherr LG 1750 in the US on March 22 at the Port of Galveston, Texas. It will take an estimated 52 trucks dispatched from the Port of Galveston to deliver the crane to its final destination.
Terry and Sandra Arnett established Trand in 1990, starting with nine oilfield rig-up trucks for moving drilling rigs. The company purchased its first hydraulic crane in 1996. Trand added a Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 to its fleet in 2014 and a second crane of that type in 2015.
The LG 1750 is widely used in Europe and combines features of Liebherr’s LR and LTM type cranes. The LG 1750 is an 850 US ton class eight axle crane with speed dependent rear steering. It has the mobility of a drivable carrier and the lifting capacity of a crawler crane. The LG 1750 has a 633 foot maximum hoist height, six winches, and variable boom systems.
A reinforced main boom is standard equipment. Lifting capacity is maximized due to extension of the superstructure without using a derrick system. Its boom systems are optimized for use by the wind industry. Safety features also are a central element of the crane’s design. The LG 1750 features numerous platforms, handholds and railings, as well as access ladders at all lattice stations.
“Recent engineering modifications to the axle configurations make the LG 1750 much more roadable in the US. And increased turbine height and weight make it a crane that will be productive today and in the future,” said Jim Strobush, Liebherr product manager for crawler cranes.
The boom of a large articulated crane collapsed onto the sidewalk/pavement in central Manhattan, New York last night.
The crane operator was said have suffered a minor injury to his foot, but remained on site for the recovery. Thankfully no one else was hurt in the incident, which occurred on 34th Street between 7th and 8th avenues close to Penn Station. The crane, an Effer 2200, with a maximum capacity of 39 tonnes, is owned and operated by Brooklyn based Lifting Solutions, which specialises in heavy knuckle boom cranes.
Early reports the failure of a cylinder pin or bracket, but we can confirm that the pin in the luffing linkage - 'Twin Link' worked its way out, causing the top boom to drop. The crane had been unloading beams destined for the construction of a sidewalk shed. The fact that the area under the boom was cordoned off certainly helped avoid injuries or fatalities.
The Twin Link pin worked its way out after the retaining cap came off
Lifting Solutions brought in two other cranes to recover the stricken machine and removed in the early hours of this morning. We will update this item when we learn more.