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Keeping Up with Crane Industry Ever Changing Engine Standards, part 2

You may read the Part 1 here. Around the world in regulations The problem with engine regulation as with many other rules is that there is no global standard. Europe and America have led the Read More

October 27th, 2014 | Tags: , , , , ,

Crane Industry Changing Engine Standards, part 1

What’s under the hood of a crane is always important, but as engine regulation has increased the critical details of the engine become even more crucial. Zak Garner-Purkis looks at one of the most affected Read More

October 24th, 2014 | Tags: , , , ,

Engines: The Final Stage?

Many of the machines launched at international exhibitions like ConExpo, Samoter and Smopyc at the start of this year featured new EU Stage IIIB/US Interim Tier 4 engines. The new regulations were introduced at the Read More

Link-Belt Upgrades Truck Cranes

Link-Belt, of Lexington, Ky., has upgraded the 140-ton HTC-3140 and long boom HTC 3140 LB truck cranes with new features and the latest emissions technology available.  The new 3140s now have Cummins engines in both Read More

Emission laws challenge crane industry

Crane and engine manufacturers have been faced with a range of choices and challenges concerning current and future engine emission laws. A computer generated image from Manitowoc demonstrating some of the latest crane technology At Read More