Link-Belt has announced that we’ll all get to meet its upcoming TCC-750 telescopic crawler crane for the first time in two weeks at this year’s ICUEE show in Louisville.
Designed for a variety of general lifting duties as well as specialty applications, the TCC-750 is useful for foundation work, bridge building, rail construction, power transmission lines and the oil and gas sector. The crane can also include a hydraulically powered earth auger or work platform.
Available in the second quarter of 2014, the 70- to 80-ton crane features a 2014 Tier 4 final engine package; a four-section, full-power formed boom that has a 121-foot max tip height; a quick reeve boom head; lightweight nylon head sheaves that reduce weight and a hammerhead boom nose that enables the operator to work at high boom angles.
Link-Belt’s “A” boom mode offers increased capacity for short radii, and the standard mode extends all four sections equally for extended reach.
Safety features include upper guard rails and a rear-view and winch-view camera system. Sealed lower and hydraulically retractable side frames ensure quick transport with the tracks attached.