Link-Belt to Show Six Cranes at ConExpo

Fri February 18, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

At ConExpo, Link-Belt will show six cranes at its booth number 230 in the Gold Lot. Link-Belt will have on hand the ATC-3275, TCC-1100, 238 HSL, HTC-8690, TCC-750, and RTC-8090. Link-Belt also will demonstrate Link-Belt Pulse, a new total crane operating system.

Link-Belt Pulse is a total crane operating system designed in-house by Link-Belt. Far more than just an RCL, Link-Belt Pulse includes an extend mode controller, self-diagnostic capabilities and continuous monitoring of multiple crane functions and conditions. And most importantly, because it’s an in-house design, Link-Belt can better control customer support, according to the manufacturer.

The 275-ton (250-t) ATC-3275 all terrain crane is Link-Belt’s first all terrain crane engineered with a focus on the North American market. Designed with extensive customer input, the ATC-3275 will meet the toughest transport laws in North America while also meeting Tier IV Interim and EPA 2010 on-highway requirements.

The 110-ton (100-t) TCC-1100 telescopic crawler crane is third in a growing lineup of Link-Belt telescopic crawlers, cementing the company’s presence in the market. Its design focuses on being robust, simple and reliable for the general contractor or bare rental fleet owner. It also features the new Link-Belt Pulse crane operating system.

The all-new 150-ton (137-t) 238 HSL lattice boom crawler crane joins the 138 HSL, 218 HSL and 298 HSL in the Link-Belt lineup. Perfect for the general contractor, the 238 will see action in steel erection, bridge work, pile driving and more.

The 90-ton (81.6-t) HTC-8690 truck crane is a completely new model that replaces the old 8690. It features the Link-Belt Pulse crane operating system, an all-new, completely redesigned carrier and all-new boom.

The 75-ton (70-t) TCC-750, designed and built completely by Link-Belt, has met with substantial market success. The largest telecrawler that can transport with its tracks attached, the 750 moves in just one or two loads depending on local restrictions.

The 90-ton (80.0 t) RTC-8090 Series II, rough terrain crane has a completely new boom and the Link-Belt Pulse crane operating system. Link-Belt took the RTC-8090’s serious muscle and light-weight transportability and improved upon it, according to the manufacturer.

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