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Terex HC275
10
Terex HC275
2015
Crawler Crane
USA California
Terex HC275
10
Terex HC275
2012
Crawler Crane
USA California
Kobelco UNKNOWN
10
Kobelco UNKNOWN
1986
Crawler Crane
USA Virginia
Manitowoc 222
1
Manitowoc 222
2003 - 9,000 h - 1,000.0 T
Crawler Crane
USA California
Manitowoc 888
4
Manitowoc 888
1998
Crawler Crane
USA California
Terex HC275
2
Terex HC275
2004
Crawler Crane
USA California
Link-Belt LS-108B
10
Link-Belt LS-108B
1975
Crawler Crane
USA Virginia
American 9299
10
American 9299
1975
Crawler Crane
USA Wyoming
American 9299
10
American 9299
1972
Crawler Crane
USA Wyoming
Manitowoc 14000
10
Manitowoc 14000
2009 - 16,370 h
Crawler Crane
USA Florida
Grove GMK5240
2004
Crawler Crane
USA Florida
Manitowoc 999
2
Manitowoc 999
2001
Crawler Crane
USA California
Link-Belt LS-238H
3
Link-Belt LS-238H
1997 - 150.0 T - 54 m
Crawler Crane
USA Georgia
American HC275
4
American HC275
2006
Crawler Crane
USA California
Sany SCC8300
8
Sany SCC8300
2012 - 4,500 h
Crawler Crane
USA Florida
801,813
Northwest 6
5
Northwest 6
Crawler Crane
USA Michigan
Kobelco CK2750G II
9
Kobelco CK2750G II
2016
Crawler Crane
USA California
Liebherr LR1300SX
3
Liebherr LR1300SX
2007
Crawler Crane
USA California
Liebherr LR1750
8
Liebherr LR1750
2010
Crawler Crane
USA California
Manitowoc 2250
10
Manitowoc 2250
2009
Crawler Crane
USA California
Manitowoc 2250
10
Manitowoc 2250
2008
Crawler Crane
USA California
Mantis 14010
6
Mantis 14010
2008 - 9,364 h
Crawler Crane
USA Illinois
Link-Belt LS-518
10
Link-Belt LS-518
Crawler Crane
USA South Carolina
Manitowoc 4000W
10
Manitowoc 4000W
Crawler Crane
USA South Carolina
Link-Belt LS-108C
7
Link-Belt LS-108C
Crawler Crane
USA South Carolina
Manitowoc 3900W
10
Manitowoc 3900W
Crawler Crane
USA South Carolina
Mantis 15010
4
Mantis 15010
5,344 h
Crawler Crane
USA Illinois
Mantis 14010
6
Mantis 14010
2009 - 9,317 h
Crawler Crane
USA Illinois
Mantis 14010
6
Mantis 14010
2007 - 2,377 h
Crawler Crane
USA Illinois
Link-Belt 218HSL
2
Link-Belt 218HSL
2015 - 7,271 h - 110.0 T - 45 m
Crawler Crane
USA Georgia
Link-Belt 218HSL
4
Link-Belt 218HSL
2015 - 3,620 h - 110.0 T - 35 m
Crawler Crane
USA Georgia
Link-Belt 248HSL
3
Link-Belt 248HSL
2015 - 5,682 h - 200.0 T - 56 m
Crawler Crane
USA Georgia
Liebherr LR1100
7
Liebherr LR1100
2008
Crawler Crane
USA Connecticut
Liebherr LR1200
10
Liebherr LR1200
2008
Crawler Crane
USA Connecticut
Liebherr LTM1130-5.1
4
Liebherr LTM1130-5.1
2006
Crawler Crane
USA New York
Liebherr LR1300SX
6
Liebherr LR1300SX
2009
Crawler Crane
USA California
Liebherr LR1300SX
4
Liebherr LR1300SX
2008
Crawler Crane
USA California
Mantis 10010MX
2015 - 1,666 h - 50.0 T
Crawler Crane
USA Missouri
Terex HC275
1
Terex HC275
2014
Crawler Crane
USA South Carolina
Kobelco CK-850II
3
Kobelco CK-850II
2005 - 85.0 T - 45 m
Crawler Crane
USA Georgia
Manitowoc 777 II
1998
Crawler Crane
USA Wyoming
Manitowoc 2250 III
10
Manitowoc 2250 III
2006
Crawler Crane
USA Connecticut
Manitowoc 2250 III
10
Manitowoc 2250 III
2006
Crawler Crane
USA Connecticut
Liebherr LTM1130-5.1
5
Liebherr LTM1130-5.1
2015 - 2,448 h - 130.0 T
Crawler Crane
USA Virginia
Demag AC160-2
10
Demag AC160-2
2008 - 9,905 h - 200.0 T
Crawler Crane
USA Connecticut
492,734
Manitowoc 16000
2
Manitowoc 16000
2007
Crawler Crane
USA Virginia
Liebherr LTM1250-5.1
4
Liebherr LTM1250-5.1
2017 - 9,160 h - 250.0 T
Crawler Crane
USA Virginia
Northwest 50D
10
Northwest 50D
1980
Crawler Crane
USA Indiana
Kobelco CK1100G
2
Kobelco CK1100G
2019
Crawler Crane
USA New York
Kobelco 7150
1
Kobelco 7150
1996
Crawler Crane
USA Connecticut

Crawler crane

Crawler Crane : where did it started ?

A crawler crane belongs to heavy machinery for material handling. It's a mobile crane that travels on crawler tracks. It can originate from dragline excavators with a hook instead of a shovel. Some universal crawler cranes can do the work of a crane and of a dragline excavator.

The history of crawler cranes began in the 1920s in the USA when Northwest Engineering made first such machine in the world. Since 1960 crawler cranes have been equipped with a slewing ring. First fully hydraulic crawler cranes were manufactured in 1976 in Britain by Ransomes & Rapier.

The main parts of a modern crawler crane are: a track undercarriage, a slewing ring, a boom, a ballast and a cabin. There are telescopic or lattice booms. Like in truck cranes, the former is easier to operate and less time-consuming whereas the latter is lighter and can lift heavier loads. The boom can be extended with an auxiliary arm. A crawler crane can travel with load.

Crawler crane

Crawler crane

Crawler crane - one of the heaviest construction equipment

Crawler cranes are usually powered by a single internal combustion engine. They're heavy but manoeuvrable what enables them to work on rough terrain. However, their disadvantage is the necessity to be transported in parts to the working site as they can't travel on public roads on their own.

Crawler cranes are used for handling heavy building materials, construction of wind turbines and high rise building, demolition works etc. The biggest crawler crane is Terex-Demag CC 8800 with 1600 tons lifting capacity and main boom 117 m long.
Crawler cranes and other construction machinery are manufactured by eg. American Hoist, Hitachi, IHI, Kobelco, Liebherr, Link-Belt, Manitowoc, Mantis, NCK-Rapier, P&H, Ruston-Bucyrus, Sennebogen, Sumitomo, Terex-Demag and Unic Crane.