Front: Steve Bilinski (Auburn Crane & Rigging), Paul Lonergan (Empire Crane)
Back: Ken Lousberg (Terex Cranes), Luke Lonergan (Empire Crane), Dean Barley (Terex Cranes)
Auburn Crane & Rigging, Auburn, New York, has signed an order for a Demag AC 250-5 all terrain crane, the first Demag crane sold to the United States since the relaunch of the brand at bauma. Auburn made the purchase through Terex authorized distributor Empire Crane Co., LLC., based in Syracuse, New York. “We have always been impressed by the service support and relationship we have with Terex and Empire. The Demag AC 250-5 will be a great addition to our fleet,” said Steve Bilinski, owner of Auburn Crane & Rigging.
The Demag AC 250-5 all terrain crane is the most compact unit in its capacity class with a total length of just 47.6 ft long, a carrier width of 9.8 ft and is in the 300 USt capacity class. Its single engine concept reduces operational cost and maintenance by using an intelligent motor management system to deliver the precise amount of power needed for lifting operations and while transporting the crane. The AC 250-5 has excellent maneuverability with all-axle steering, independent rear axle steering and dynamic launch control. It can also be outfitted with the optional IC-1 Plus control system, which calculates lifting capacities for every position of the boom subject to the slewing angle of the superstructure. This enables you to use your maximum lifting capacity especially when lifting over the outriggers.
For more information on the crane please follow the link: Demag AC 250-5 All Terrain Crane
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