Currently, we have 5 hydraulic truck cranes for rent in our fleet.
Grove TMS.800E: this crane has an 80 ton lifting capacity and a main boom length of 128 feet.
2 Linkbelt HTC-86100: offering a lifting capacity of up to 100 tons and a main boom length of up to 140 feet, the Linkbelt HTC-86100 is a high-performance crane that can handle even the most demanding lifting jobs.
Linkbelt HTC-86110: with a lifting capacity of up to 110 tons and a main boom length of up to 164 feet, the Linkbelt HTC-86110 is a robust crane that can handle heavy loads and provide excellent reach.
Superior Rigging and Erecting Co. is a company that prides itself on delivering top-notch results in the Southeast. With over 70 years of experience, we offer more than just crane rentals; our commitment to excellence is what sets us apart from our competitors.
A hydraulic truck crane is a type of mobile crane that uses an internal hydraulic system for hoisting and lifting heavy loads. Conventional cranes generally rely on diesel or electric motors for lifting. This truck-mounted crane is a versatile machine used on many construction projects due to their versatility.
There are a variety of features and accessories available for different models including:
Add-ons are generally available like light packages, boom extensions and more.
These mobile cranes are great for a variety of construction sites. For starters, they are relatively easy to set up. All it takes to get rolling is for the crane operator to drive it to site, extend the outriggers, get the boom ready, and begin the heavy lifting. They are also flexible, mobile, versatile, and convenient.
Specific industries where you will often find hydraulic truck cranes include:
There’s a lot to consider when choosing the right crane to rent, but here are the main things to remember.
Hydraulic cranes are extremely versatile. After completing one task, they can easily move to another area of the job site for large loads. This means you can get more done with one vehicle.
Hydraulic truck cranes being mobile allows for easy movement across a job site. If your project involves difficult terrain, it’s a good idea to have an all-terrain crane or a rough terrain crane on hand.
It’s important to remember that these cranes require outriggers for stabilization. Keep this in consideration when picking a crane for your job, especially projects in tight spaces.
If this seems like a lot to take into account, don’t worry. Our trained and experienced customer service team can help you find the right crane for your unique needs. Give us a call or fill out the form below today and let’s develop a plan for your job.