Houston, TX – October 28, 2021 – CraneWorks, Inc., the #1 Demag all terrain crane dealer in North America, is excited to announce the company’s sale of a Demag AC 700-9 all terrain crane to TNT Crane & Rigging, Inc. TNT upgraded one of their AC 700-9 800-ton cranes to a new version that includes numerous safety and operational improvements. One highlight is the crane’s industry-leading IC-1 Plus control system, which automatically calculates the crane’s capacity on the fly, accounting for multiple outrigger and counterweight configurations.
Manufactured in Germany by Tadano Ltd., the crane has a 196.8’ main boom and 497’ maximum tip height. The AC 700-9 is so capable and dependable that it is TNT’s go-to crane for large jobs in tight areas, with three models now in their fleet.
“The mobile AC 700-9 crane is one of the most powerful telescopic cranes in the 800-US-ton (700-tonne) capacity class that can be transported with its complete 196-ft (60-m) main boom at an axle load of 26,455 lbs (12 tonnes),” said Dan Melnyk, Director of Sales, Tadano America Corporation. “The crane has increased versatility with its compact design being 1.3m shorter than its competition in machine length, in addition to sporting the shortest tail swing in its class at 7.5m vs 8.33m. These features enable the AC 700-9 to have great maneuverability on jobsites that require short turning radii. The AC700-9 has been proven on wind turbine and tower crane erection, general construction, and bridge building, in addition to refinery and power plant infrastructure jobsites.”
“We deal with trade-ins every day, but I can’t remember the last time someone asked us to sell them the same model they were trading in. It was exciting to work with the crew over at TNT on this project, especially since it was the largest all terrain crane we’ve ever sold,” said Keith Ayers, CEO of CraneWorks. “Tadano America continues to be a fantastic partner in the process. We’ve sold dozens of Demag and Tadano cranes over the years, with more on the way including 120-ton, 245-ton, 500-ton, and 600-ton models.
source: Robbie Stevens, CraneWorks, Inc.