|Capacity (US ton)||75|
Max Lifting Capacity - 75 Tons
Max Lift Height - 142.4'
Boom Length - 36.1' to 141.1'
Number of Axles - 2
Jib Length - 33.' to 58.1'
Gross Vehicle Weight - 97,620 lbs.
Length - 526.8"
Width - 130.5"
Height - 149.2"
Under the HELLO-NET System, Tadano supports crane management via the Internet, providing information about operational status, position and maintenance. HELLO-NET Owner Sites enable sharing of machine data between Tadano and the machine owners, for advanced customer support. Information available includes; work history, machine position data, and maintenance information.
Asymmetrical Outrigger Set-up
When operating a crane with the asymmetrical outriggers extended, the AML-C detects the extension width of all the crane's outriggers (front, rear, left, and right) to measure maximum work capacity in each area. When slewing the boom from the longer outrigger area to the shorter outrigger area, the AML-C automatically detects the motion and displays the maximum capacity depending on each extension width of the outriggers, and brings the motion to a slow stop before it reaches the limits of the allowed capacity. Therefore, even if the operator operates the crane without being aware of a change in the capacity, the AML-C monitors it continuously to ensure safe operation.
Reducing Fuel Consumption
Tadano aims to reduce fuel consumption with two newly developed technologies; the Eco Mode system and the Positive Control system. The Eco Mode system reduces fuel consumption by 40% when the crane is being operated, and the Positive Control system reduces fuel consumption by 60% when the crane is in standby.
The Ultimate Boom
The 5-section 141.1' (43m) rounded boom is made of high tensile steel, which allows for decreased boom weight as well as increased boom strength.
The system effectively controls the quantity of hydraulic pump discharge at the time of crane operation in response to the amount of movement applied by the operating lever. Additionally, it keeps the quantity of hydraulic pump discharge to a minimum, reducing CO2 emissions and fuel consumption by up to 20%.