Grove GMK4100

Grove announced its new Four-Axle All-Terrain, GMK4100 (GMK4115 In The US) at Intermat 2008 in April. It has a new design with a 52m 6-section MEGAFORM boom with twin-lock pinning system. It comes with a 10 to 17m bi-fold swing away jib and optional two additional 5m jib inserts to further increase the jib length. It has a maximum tip height of 82m.

Additional Information

Max. Rated Capacity


Metric Ton


Crane Specifications, Load Charts, and Crane Manuals are for reference only. Contact the crane manufacturer for manuals to operate the crane properly.

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GMK4100 | Metric | EN | 2010 Version
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GMK4100 | Metric | EN | 2009 Version

Product Description

The GMK4100 can travel below 12 tonnes per axle with 6.3 tonnes of counterweight, together with the bi-fold swing away jib, a 16-tonne hook block, and riding on 16.00 R25 tyres. The maximum counterweight is 26.1 tonnes.

Competing with the GMK4100 is the new 100-tonne capacity Terex-Demag AC 100/4. The four-axle AT will be seen in iron for the first time at the Bauma 2009 exhibition in Germany next year. It will have a five-section 50 m pinned boom for a strong lifting chart. At a 10 m radius with the boom fully extended, the preliminary chart shows it will lift 12 tonnes. The maximum boom and jib combination will be 69 m.


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