SRC860 (60USt)

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Sany SRC860 is the first US tailored product designed jointly by Sany’s Chinese and American team. The SRC860 has a 60 US tonnes capacity at a 10 feet load radius. It was joined by two more rough terrain cranes, the SRC840 and SRC860XL at 2011 Conexpo.

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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and Human Provincial Governor Qiang Zhou came together to celebrate the first phase completion of Sany America’s Noth American assembly plant in Peachtree City. As a part of the ceremony, they debut Sany America’s SRC860, which will be manufactured at the Peachtree City facility.

Technical Specifications

Powered by a 250 HP Tier 3 Cummins engine and a Dana Powershift transmission, it has a capacity of 60 US ton at 10 foot working radius. It has a four section main boom and provides a 113 foot maximum boom length. In addition, a 53 foot bi-fold jib is available, making the maximum lifting height to be 172 feet. The unit weighs less than 90,000 pounds, and the 10 foot 10 inch width allows the crane to be transported economically.

References

  1. Sany America debuts rough terrain crane, Equipment World, 10 March 2011. Retrieved 2016-02-02.
  2. Sany introduces SRC860 RT crane, Construction Equipment, 8 March 2011. Retrieve 2016-02-02.

This article was updated on 2 Feb 2016.