Italian crane manufacturer Eurogru has launched a 300-tonne capacity 300.23 truck-mounted crane, its largest model to date. It is mounted on a five-axle Scania commercial truck and has a three-section 18.64-metre telescopic boom and a maximum working height of 22 metres.
Configured with full ballast and a boom length of 21 metres, the 300.23 can lift 83.6 tonnes at 5 metres working radius.
The 300.23 is built using Weldox 1100 and Weldox 960 grade steel from SSAB in the structure. It has a 10-tonne capacity winch with 21 mm diameter wire rope. Base ballast is 10 tonnes, which can be increased to 35 tonnes, the manufacturer added. The 300.23 is fitted with stabilisers that can be removed for transport.
South Korean company Daejin Crane took delivery of the first model in February 2015. The company has also taken delivery of 150.30 in 2008 and 150.25 in 2012.