Link-Belt will display its new TCC-750 telescopic crawler crane with its 2014 Tier 4f engine package at the 2013 International Construction & Equipment Exposition (ICUEE).
The TCC-750 is designed for rugged work environments and lends itself to applications including foundation work, bridge building, rail construction, power transmission lines, wind energy, and oil and gas. It can also include a hydraulically powered earth auger or work platform.
The crane has added safety features like upper guard rails and a rear-view and winch-view camera system to monitor on-site conditions. The machine also has completely sealed lower and hydraulically retractable side frames. It is the largest telecrawler that can transport with tracks attached at less than 100,000 lbs.
The TCC-750 has a maximum tip height of 121 ft., and features Link-Belt's four-section, full-power formed boom with greaseless Teflon wear pads. The quick reeve boom head and lightweight nylon head sheaves reduce weight and make rigging easy. A hammerhead boom nose allows the operator to work at high boom angles.
Link-Belt will be located at booth N-2046 at ICUEE.
Source: Lift and Access