Rough Terrain Crane
Rough terrain cranes are designed to move steadily over rough surface landscapes. They are perfect for a variety of off-road capabilities, due to their stability and sturdy construction.
The rough terrain crane can work on extremely rugged terrain and on difficult surfaces.
- Lighter than all-terrain cranes.
- Fitted with outriggers, which stabilizes the crane while in use.
- Wider center of gravity makes them more stable.
- Excellent handling abilities.
- Able to work on extremely rough terrain and on difficult surfaces.
- Power steering and all-wheel drive for better handling.
- Enhanced mobility off-road.
- The deciding factor between an all-terrain or rough-terrain crane is often the transport to and from site.
- If the site if far away and only accessible by public highways or roads, then an all-terrain crane would make the better choice because of its ability to be driven to and from site.
- Rough terrain cranes cannot be driven on public roads or highways.
- Limited load and lifting capacity.