We currently have 8 options in our fleet of rough terrain cranes.
Grove RT-765-E2: this crane boasts a lifting capacity of 65 tons and a full-power, four-section boom with a max tip height of up to 214′ with extensions
Linkbelt RTC-8080: this crane features a maximum load of 80 tons as well as a four-section boom with a maximum tip height of 230.9 ft. with extensions
Linkbelt RTC-80100-II: this crane has a 100 ton lifting capacity and a four section boom that has a max tip height of 243 ft. with extensions
Linkbelt 100T|RT: Our newest rough terrain crane offers a 100 ton lifting capacity and four fly options featuring four offset positions of 0°, 15°, 30°, and 45°
2 Linkbelt RTC-80110: Our largest rough terrain crane, this truck crane boasts a 110 ton load capacity and a 250 ft. maximum tip height with extensions
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100T | RT
At Superior Rigging and Erecting Co., we are so much more than just a crane rental service. We have been delivering unparalleled results across the Southeast for over 70 years, but our experience isn’t the only thing that sets us apart from the competition.
As the name implies, a rough-terrain crane is a type of mobile crane meant to handle various difficult terrains that you might encounter on a construction site. These cranes feature a lifted deck and wide, oversized tires to help navigate over rubble, mud, and any other hard-to-traverse surfaces. They are also useful indoors thanks to their compact size and maneuverability.
There are a variety of features and accessories available for different models including:
These are just a few of the features and add-ons you can get with a rough-terrain crane. There is certainly an accessory for almost every application imaginable.
A job site can be pretty unpredictable. You never know when bad weather conditions may come through and completely change the work area. Having a rough terrain crane on site can be vital in ensuring the construction project gets completed on time.
Specific tasks one might use a rough terrain crane for on the job include:
These construction vehicles can provide a wide variety of benefits on a construction site. Here are the main things to remember.
For those job sites with difficult to traverse terrain or unpredictable weather, a rough terrain crane is an absolute necessity. It’s worth noting that these cranes cannot be driven on freeways.
There are a wide variety of rough terrain cranes available for different applications. In our fleet alone, we have maximum lifting capacities ranging from 25 to 110 tons with max tip heights from 95 feet to 250 feet.
These cranes are useful both indoors and outdoors. The cranes on the smaller end of the spectrum can operate in tight spaces while the larger options are useful for big projects. Keep in mind that these cranes require outriggers when considering space needed for the lift.