Broderson RT-400 Cab Down Rough Terrain Crane.
Broderson Manufacturing, manufacturer of the small lift mobile crane, will be introducing 2 new cab down rough terrain cranes at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The rt400, 20 US Ton, featuring a 68 foot main boom and the rt500, 25 US Ton, featuring a 76 foot main boom have production delivery dates of March 2017 and June 2017 respectively.
These cranes have compact footprints for use in tight spaces, easy operator exit and entry, Cummins Tier 4 final engine packages and state-of-the-art rated capacity limiter systems (LMI). AC is standard for operator comfort while precision controls increase performance efficiency.
The rt400 was designed from the ground up intended to be the preferred replacement for the Galion 150, 15 ton cab down rough terrain crane which is no longer produced or supported by the manufacturer. The rt400 has a similar footprint to the Galion and more power. A 103 gpm redundant dual hydraulic pump design offers nearly twice the hydraulic capacity of competitor models. The precision controls are also easy to service and maintain.
The rt500 has many of the design features of the rt400 with the exception of a joy stick operated, electronic control system. These controls are operator preferred on this size of crane. The rt500 model is ideal for applications where a bigger lift chart and longer boom lengths are required.
Learn more about Broderson's New Rough Terrain Cranes and other products at
ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017 Location:
Booth #4324 in the Gold Lot