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Altec announces two new tank-track mounted Cranes for off-road lifting work
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Altec announces two new tank-track mounted Cranes for off-road lifting work

Altec announces two new tank-track mounted Cranes for off-road lifting work

The new Altec AC40-152S and AC45-127S cranes deliver the superior performance of their chassis-mounted variants, but now paired with a tank-track machine base to allow customers to access hard-to-reach jobsites.

The new Prinoth T22 tracked base has many great features like the Tier 4 Final engine and straight-frame style carrier that, when paired with either the AC40 or AC45, increase jobsite versatility and productivity.

Altec LMAP (Load Moment and Area Protection) system

The new Altec LMAP system gives the operator intuitive information and menu navigation, making it one of the most convenient systems to use. While the intuitive display and user interface are unique to Altec, the system’s hardware consists of common “off-the-shelf” components that were critically selected for their performance and reliability. Altec was the first boom truck crane manufacturer to include operator defined audible alarm set points (Area Protection) as standard equipment within the Load Moment Indicator.

Altec LMAP (Load Moment & Area Protection) System
Altec LMAP (Load Moment & Area Protection) System Screenshot

The crane image shown on the display provides information from system sensors while the bubble-level shows the angle of the swing bearing. The swing position is shown on the perimeter of the bubble-level while the swing angle is shown above the crane image. The second crane image shows information from system sensors in addition to user defined setup information. Boom angle and boom length are delivered by system sensors while load radius and sheave height are calculated by the system. Parts of line, boom configuration and winch selection are user defined. The system automatically selects the appropriate load chart based on the outrigger beam position sensors.

AC45-127S-TC Telescopic Boom Truck Crane
AC45-127S-TC Telescopic Boom Truck Crane

AC40-152S-TC Telescopic Boom Truck Crane

Mounted on the Prinoth T22, this Tier-4 Final compliant crane is optimized for off-roadability, ease of transport to and from the jobsite, and reinforces all the best-in-class features of the dual-rated track mounted crane.

AC40-152S-TC Crane Specifications:

  • Maximum Lifting Capacity: 80,000 lb (36287.4 kg)
  • Boom: 152 ft (46.3 m), 6-Section Non-Insulated
  • Sheave Height: 207 ft (63.1 m)
  • Stowed Travel Height: 13.16 ft (4 m)
  • Vehicle Travel Length: 40 ft (12.2 m)
  • Outriggers: Primary – Out-and-Down / Auxiliary – Out-and-Down

AC40-152S-TC Aerials Specifications:

  • Ground to Bottom of Platform: 217 ft (with optional aerial operations package)
  • Maximum Side Reach: 80 ft
  • Boom Articulation (Lower Boom): -7 to 83°
  • Rotation: Continuous

AC40-152S-TC Standard Features:

  • Altec LMAP (Load Moment & Area Protection) System
  • Rated Capacity Limiter
  • Displays: Boom Length, Boom Angle, Load on Hook, Percent of Rated Capacity
  • Electronic Working Area Definition
  • Operator Defined Audible Alarm Set-Points for Boom Angle, Length and Rotational Position
  • Dual Entry 20° Tilt Cab with Heater and A/C
  • Additional Outrigger Ground Penetration
  • Outrigger Boom Interlock System
  • Outrigger Motion Alarm
  • Winch Drum Rotation Indicator
  • Anti-Two Block Device
  • Rotation Resistant Wire Rope
  • Winch Control at Load Hook Stow Point
  • Hydraulic Oil Cooling System

AC40-152S-TC Optional Features:

  • ANSI A92.2 Compliant Aerial Operation Package
  • Quick Attach 2-Man Platform, 1,200 lb (544.3 kg) capacity
  • Radio Remote Controls
  • Fall Protection
  • 2-Piece 49 ft (14.9 m) Jib, 28 ft (8.5 m) Retracted
  • Composite Reach Extension, 6 ft (1.8 m) Fixed
  • Front and Rear Recovery Winches
  • Customizable Deck Storage

AC40-152S-TC Recommended Features:

  • Features:
  • Outrigger Pads
AC40-152S-TC Telescopic Boom Truck Crane
AC40-152S-TC Telescopic Boom Truck Crane

AC45-127S-TC Telescopic Boom Truck Crane

Altec’s best-in-class AC45-127S Crane is now also available on the new Prinoth T22 Track Carrier. The track mounted crane comes standard as a B30.5 crane and has the option to have the Aerial Compliance Package making the unit dual-rated and A92.2 compliant.

This machine is able to take the full 127 foot of main boom and flat-stick it down to zero degrees. No other machine in its class is able to do the same. With the Tier-4 Final CAT engine and the proven Prinoth carrier, this AC45-127S-TC is perfect for any job requiring off-road work.

Crane Specifications:

  • Boom: 127 ft (38.7 m), 5-Section Non-Insulated
  • Sheave Height: 135 ft (41.1 m)
  • Stowed Travel Height: 13 ft (4 m)
  • Outriggers: Primary – 3 Position Out-and-Down / Auxiliary – Out-and-Down

Standard Features:

  • Altec LMAP (Load Moment & Area Protection) System
  • Rated Capacity Limiter
  • Displays: Boom Length, Boom Angle, Load on Hook, Percent of Rated Capacity
  • Electronic Working Area Definition
  • Operator Defined Audible Alarm Set-Points for Boom Angle, Length and Rotational Position
  • Outrigger Boom Interlock System
  • Winch Drum Rotation Indicator
  • Anti-Two Block Device
  • Altec Opti-View® Control System
  • Climate Controlled Enclosed Cab with Hydraulic Tilt
  • Lower Winch Control
  • Rotation Resistant Wire Rope

Optional Features:

  • 1-Piece 31 ft (9.4 m) Jib
  • 2-Piece 55 ft (18.8 m) Jib, 31 ft (9.3 m) Retracted
  • 2-Man Steel Platform
  • Hydraulic Tool Circuit at Tail Shelf
  • Glide Swing
  • Auxiliary Winch, 15000 lb (6803 kg) Capacity
  • Front and Rear Recovery Winches
  • Customizable Deck Storage

Recommended Features:

  • Fall Protection System (with Platform)
  • Radio Remote Control (with Platform)

Post source : Altec

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