While Tadano saw the potential for increasing demand in ultra-large cranes back in the 1980s, they thought that a crane has to be developed with improved performance, capacity and reach to reduce manpower and improvement in safety when working at height. In 1990, Tadano broke the new records in Japan by developing then Japan’s largest crane, TG-3600M. The crane is featured with a full automatic luffing jib, boom pinning system, negative swing brake, combined detection function of outrigger width and counterweight, subdivided outrigger section, laterally-projected reclining cabin and large-capacity variable piston pump for safety, comfort and environmental consideration.
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