If you’re working on a construction project that involves lifting heavy objects, a rough terrain crane can be a great option. These cranes are designed for use on uneven or unpaved surfaces, making them ideal for projects in remote locations. Explore our library of complimentary load charts, helping you find the right rough terrain crane for your project.
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A rough terrain crane has a more compact, robust design which makes it more suitable for short distance transportation and operation in difficult off-road conditions. It is used for construction, demolition, landscaping and other jobs that require lifting and moving large objects over short distances. An all-terrain crane is better suited for general construction work where the crane needs to be frequently moved from one construction site to another. It has a longer wheelbase and a higher ground clearance which makes it easier to transport over long distances.
Some construction projects require the use of cranes to move heavy objects. Rough terrain cranes are designed to work on uneven or unpaved ground, and they may have all-wheel drive to improve their performance in these conditions.
Rough terrain cranes can lift from 30 tons to 160 tons and typically lift more weight than other types of construction cranes. This makes them ideal for construction projects where heavier objects need to be moved. Their all-wheel drive capabilities also help them to move more easily over uneven surfaces, which can be important on construction sites with difficult terrain.
There are a few factors to consider when determining if a rough terrain crane is needed:
If you are unsure if a rough terrain crane is the right choice for your project, it is always best to consult with a professional. They will be able to assess your specific needs and recommend the best course of action.