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Terex Demag AC 100/4
March 24th, 2008
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The Terex Demag AC 100/4 is the strong 100 ton four-axle crane (at maximum counterweight). The maximum load moment of this mobile crane is 308 meter tonnes, its system length is 77 m, with a 50 m telescopic boom plus 27 m of main boom extension. With a dolly, the crane is road homologatable in almost all of the U.S. as distance between axles 2 and 3 is 8ft. Road homologation is also possible with 16 tires. The compact steel design is of significant advantage as 100 metric tons are distributed on 4 axles. The AC 100/4 has the most variable main boom extension (HAV) in its class. The 19-meter HAV can be offset at the basic boom as well as at the 8 meter extension. Four different stabilizer bases come as standard and make for a high degree of flexibility in challenging operating environments. The carrier engine is a liquid-cooled DaimlerChrysler unit, delivering a powerful 335kW / 445 HP @ 2,000 RPM. The separate superstructure engine with an output of 129 kW / 175 HP provides an excellent balance of power for rapid working cycles and low fuel consumption.
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