Tadano ATF110G-5

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Technical Specifications

The Tadano ATF110G-5 is built on a 5 axle carrier with 4 points, double telescopic outriggers and powered by a Mercedes-Benz 380kW 8 cylinder diesel engine. The ZF-AS Tronic transmission with 16 forward and 2 reverse gears is backed up with 10 wheel drive traction and hydro-pneumatic levelling suspension.

Torsion-resistant steel is used on the ATF110G-5 superstructure to support the 52m, 5 sections telescopic main boom that is capable of lifting 110 tonnes. A Mercedes-Benz 129kW 4 cylinder diesel supplies the power while an air-conditioned full panoramic superstructure cab provides a safe and comfortable control centre. Divisible counterweights to 11 tonnes are operated through the cab.

Upgrading of the crane
Due to the popularity, the ATF110G-5 will debut again in ConExpo 2017 with several new and enhance features including multiple counterweight configurations for ease of transport and the new AML-F LMI that includes full onboard diagnostics.

Other additional features include:

  • Asymmetrical outrigger set up, an exclusive life-release adjuster safety system that provides radius correction for boom deflection under load
  • Main and auxiliary drum and front mounted drivers cab cameras
  • Cost effective flat front drivers cab glass
  • Quick removable hose reel with stand

Milestones

Indonesia-based mining and earthmoving contractor, PT. Pamapersada Nusantara took delivery of the very first unit of Tadano all terrain, ATF110G-5 in the country on September 2007. The Tadano President, Mr. Koichi Tadano, specially made a visit to Jakarta and presented a special commemorative plaque to PT. Pama’s President Director, Mr. Sudiarso Prasetio.

Singapore-based crane rental company, Hiap Heng has taken delivery of the first ATF110G-5 in Singapore and South East Asia in 2006.