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During the development process of XGC16000, multiple key technologies have been inherited or overcome, laying a firm technical foundation for further development of larger tonnage products. It breaks the super large crawler crane monopoly processed by foreign manufacturers in china’s large constriction equipment market and accelerates the technical updating of our engineering crane industry.

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


Product Description

Performance Characteristics:

  • Heavy boom length in standard working condition is 96m, light boom length 114m, and superlift tower jib length 108m.
  • Engine water radiator and intercooler have independent intelligent control systems, can respectively control different strengths of heat radiation according to different environments, reduced engine power loss, with energy-saving and high work efficiency.
  • The split-type overall structure, has a small transport size, except for the lower basic machine, transport width of 3.538m, other parts transport width smaller than 3.5m.
  • Adjustable built-in boom transport device, winch and pulley stored in the winch for transport, reduced transport size, avoided disassembly and saved assembly time.

On 8 August 2014, XCMG XGC16000 has been successfully exported to Batam, Indonesia, setting a new record on China’s export for crawler crane. The 1,250-ton crawler crane was delivered to an Indonesia-based ocean engineering company which the crane will be used in its offshore drilling platform project.

This represents that XCMG has opened up their brand into the international market and putting another glory in the XCMG hoisting machine sector after they have successfully sold and put into use its 4000-ton crawler crane, the world’s largest crane.


The 1,250-ton crawler crane has successfully completed the hoisting of a 6MW wind turbine at a large-scale wharf of Jiangsu Province in April 2015. It uses a sideway-super lift configuration (72m main boom plus 60m tower jib) to hoist a wind turbine blade and hub of a combined weight of 190 tonnes in place. The blade, measuring 77.7 meters in length, is one of the largest blades in China.



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