A rough terrain crane is a subclass of a hydraulic crane. As a self-propelled crane mounted on an undercarriage with four rubber tires, rough terrain cranes are specifically designed to operate on off-road and rough applications and surfaces. A rough terrain crane is tough, construction-oriented four-wheel drive machines with positive traction control good for increasing productivity in demanding outdoor worksites. Competitive lift speed and large platforms increase efficiency with the handling and capacity to get to the job site and finish working faster.
Mobile rough terrain cranes allow you to go off the road with confidence. With excellent ground clearance and three-mode steering, positioning these cranes in even the most rugged terrain is not a problem.
Add to their flexibility, their durable construction and low cost of ownership, and you can see why rough terrain cranes are an easy choice for day-in-and-day-out lifting.
Designed specifically for pick-and-carry operations, the rough terrain crane is used for building bridges, operations in power and chemical plants and refineries and for large-scale construction projects.