Manitowoc has launched a new Grove RT770E rough terrain crane along side with some of their new models like MLC300 and MLC650 crawler crane. The 65 tonnee (70 US ton) crane offers the longest boom in its class at 42m (138ft), giving it an extra long reach. The RT770E featured a five-section full-power boom using Grove single-cylinder technology, eliminating the need for hydraulic hose reel and the design eliminates the need to install boom inserts for extra reach, saving both time and money.
While RT770E give a reach comparing to other larger capacity rough terrain crane, customer would not need to upgrade for a 75 tonne or 80 tonne to do the job. With its compact chassis 8m (26.2ft) x 3.33m (11ft) it is easier to be transported on the road and requires lesser space on the job site.
It can be fitted with a 10.1 m (33 ft) to 17.1 m (56 ft) bi-fold swingaway that combines with the main boom to reach 59.1 m (194 ft) and extend working radius to 43.9 m (144 ft).
One of the world’s largest operator, Chunjo Construction Co., has signed a deal with Manitowoc for 50 units of brand new RT770E during the Las Vegas Conexpo.
- 6.7 liters Cummins engine
- A & B boom telescoping mode selections that maximize load chart capacities that best fits the lift.
- Same carrier, controls, LMI, valves and Full Vision cab as RT765E-2
- Equipped with four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering