Tadano AR4000M

Starting from the mid-1990s, German-made all terrain cranes grew popularity in Japan due to their performance and mobility, both on and off road. Tadano responded to the market by introducing AR-4000M into the market in 1998, alongside with Japan’s largest all-terrain crane, AR-5500M. The 400-ton capacity crane comes with a five-section 51.2-meter main boom and equipped with Tadano’s Easy Sky Pin which allows extension of the boom using a single hydraulic cylinder and fixing it in position by pinning.


Additional Information


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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Metric, JA (Fixed Jib)
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Metric, JA (Luffing Jib)
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Metric, JA (Main Boom)

Product Description


Technical Specifications

  • Max. Lifting Capacity: 400t x 3.0m
  • Max. Lifting Height: 51.0m (Main Boom), 88.0m (Full Auto Luffing Jib), 118.0m (Luffing Jib)
  • Max. Working Radius: 48.0m (Main Boom), 70.0m (Full Auto Luffing Jib), 95.0m (Luffing Jib)
  • Boom Length: 14.4 – 51.2m
  • Full Auto Luffing Jib Length: 11.1 – 35.1m
  • Luffing Jib Length: 18.0 – 72.0m
  • Carrier Engine: Benz OM442LA (405 kW)
  • Crane Engine: Nissan RF804 (198 kW)
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