Elliott's 36142 Boom Truck to Serve Range of Customers

📅   Sat December 03, 2016 - National Edition #25
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With a 5-section 142 ft. (43 m) main boom and optional 32 to 49 ft. (9.7 to 15 m) two-section jib, the 36142 offers a maximum tip height of 201 ft. (61 m).
With a 5-section 142 ft. (43 m) main boom and optional 32 to 49 ft. (9.7 to 15 m) two-section jib, the 36142 offers a maximum tip height of 201 ft. (61 m).

Elliott Equipment Company released the 36 ton (32.6 t) 36142 boomtruck telescopic truck-mounted crane model featuring the longest boom available in its class. With a 5-section 142 ft. (43 m) main boom and optional 32 to 49 ft. (9.7 to 15 m) two-section jib, the 36142 offers a maximum tip height of 201 ft. (61 m).

The new model is designed to serve a range of customers, including those in the utility/transmission construction industry who have ongoing needs for long-reach telescopic cranes on road legal chassis that can be used for both material handling and working at height using a detachable work platform.

Key Features include:

• 34 ft. 9 in. to 142 ft. (10.6 to 43 m) extended 5-section telescopic main boom

• 36-ton lifting rating at a 5 ft. (1.5 m) load radius

• Standup ride-around lower control console

• Optional open seated controls or enclosed crane cab with heater and optional A/C

• 9,060 lb. (4,109 kg) single line pull winch with 12,800 lb. (5,806 kg) bare drum pull. Uses 9/16 in. (1.4 cm) rotation resistant steel rope

• Internally wired anti-two-block cable

• 21 ft. 2 in. (6.4 m) span out-down outriggers with full and mid-span positions/charts.

• 600 lb. (272 kg) capacity yoke-style pin-on work platform with hydraulic leveling system (boom or jib use)

• USA federal bridge legal final weight on a tridem-axle chassis for convenient rental and transport between job sites.