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Class in Session for Empire Techs

Mon September 20, 2021 - Northeast Edition
Empire Crane Company


Having attended the course, Empire’s techs will be able to safely support, troubleshoot and repair the Tadano GR product lines.
Having attended the course, Empire’s techs will be able to safely support, troubleshoot and repair the Tadano GR product lines.
Having attended the course, Empire’s techs will be able to safely support, troubleshoot and repair the Tadano GR product lines. Empire Crane had multiple technicians attend the course from its Syracuse, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and Bridgewater, N.J., locations.

Empire Crane technicians attended a Tadano class Aug. 30 to Sept. 3 to study the new Tadano GR rough terrain products. Jere Woolcock, Tadano training manager, taught the class.

Empire Crane had multiple technicians attend the course from its Syracuse, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and Bridgewater, N.J., locations.

Class topics covered:

  • Crane Safety
  • Travel & Transportation
  • Operation
  • Crane Control Systems
  • AML-C & DCU2-VCU System Understanding
  • Brake Functions
  • Steering Functions
  • Outrigger Functions
  • Super Structure Controls

Woolcock said, "Having attended the course, Empire's techs will be able to safely support, troubleshoot and repair the Tadano GR product lines. The goal of the class was for technicians to develop an understanding of Tadano GR schematics, systems, circuits and troubleshooting techniques.

"As an authorized Tadano dealer, we continually have GR rough terrain units in our fleet" said Paul Lonergan, president of Empire Crane. ‘When we invest in the newest technology on the market, we also need to invest in our techs education so they can offer the best service and support to customers."

In addition to Empire's Tadano GR-1000XLL-4, it has a Tadano GR-800XL-4 80 ton capacity, and a Tadano GR-1000XL-4 100 ton capacity crane on order. Empire Crane stocks many spare parts, filters, and accessories that are commonly used with the GR product line.

For more information, visit www.EmpireCrane.com.

Empire Crane had multiple technicians attend the course from its Syracuse, N.Y., Boston, Mass., and Bridgewater, N.J., locations.

This story also appears on Crane Equipment Guide.




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