Sany SCC8300

SCC8300 had its North American debut at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 in March. The SCC8300 has seen extensive use on a wind farm project in California, and the crane gained recognition in Construction Equipment Magazine’s 2011 Top 100 Products list.

Specifications

Normal Specifications

  • Max. Lifting Capacity: 300 ton
  • Boom Length: 20~92m
  • Fixed Jib Length: 13~42m, 12~18m (Heavy Duty)
  • Luffing Jib Length: 18~66m
  • Special Configuration: (Boom 56~62m + Luffing 48~60m + Light-Duty Fixed Jib 13~37m)
  • Max. Combination: TBC

Combined Boom Specifications

  • Max. Lifting Capacity: 300 ton
  • Boom Length: 58~100m
  • Fixed Jib Length: 13~37m

Additional Information

Downloads

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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Product Description

The first in a new line of self-assembling, lattice-boom crawler cranes is the 330-ton-capacity SCC8300. Powered by a Cummins QSM11 Tier 3 engine, the unit delivers 400 horsepower at 1,800 rpm. It features full open-loop hydraulic power transmission with electrical controls as well as a high-visibility operator’s cab with an ergonomic layout. According to the company, the cranes will be tested to ANSI B30.5 standards, with third-party verification.

Milestones

Imperial Crane took delivery of first SCC8300 to California in April 2011

Imperial Crane took the new 300-tonne crawler crane from Sany America and immediately put it to work at the end of April 2011 at the 120-MW Windstar Energy project in Tehachapi, CA.

Sany SCC8300 crawler crane earns operation certification from NYC Department of Buildings

On 15 March 2013, The crane has been certified for operation by the New York City Department of Buildings, a requirement for the crane to operate on any job site in the nation’s largest city. The prototype approval shows that SCC8300 meets the operational standards of NYC Building Code and it was the first Sany crane certified for operation in New York City.

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