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A New 51t Capacity Rough Terrain Crane from Tadano - continued

  • Safe Lifting

The crane is equipped with Tadano’s Automatic Moment Limited which gives both an audible and visual warning when approaching a critical position. Should the operator try to continue in putting the crane in to a potentially unsafe status, the system will automatically cut the crane’s motions.

A New 51t Capacity Rough Terrain Crane from Tadano

The system also has a limit function on the working range (load radius and/or boom angle and/or tip height and/or slewing range).

The in-cab LCD display shows the operator all the information he needs to see what the crane lifitng status is at all times

  • More Reliable at Lower Cost

By using a more conventional, proven Mitsubishi 6M60-TL (Euromot 2 level) 6-cylinder diesel engine, Tadano anticipates improved reliability. Apart from redecued maintenance, replacement parts are more redily available at lower cost.

  • Environmentally Conscious Crane

With increasing awareness of fuel costs, the new RT cranes will feature Tadano’s fuel monitoring system and an ‘Eco-mode’ to keep feul consumption as low as possible.We have equipped this model with Tadano’s state-of-the-art fuel monitoring system, and “Eco-mode” which reduces fuel consumption when the crane is being operated.

  • Installation of HELLO-NET

Tadano has equipped this rough terrain crane with ‘HELLO-NET’ which alows customer’s to monitor crane status at any time via computers or mobile devices.

The customer can monitor crane activity, work history, machine position data, and maintenance information. The ability to track the machine allows for early identification of a service need as well as management of the crane’s time.

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Blastcrete Upgrades D6528 Mixer/Pump

Blastcrete Upgrades D6528 Mixer/Pump

The upgraded D6528 Mixer/Pump from Blastcrete gives gypsum flooring contractors a versatile and easy-to-use mixer/pump with high capacity and low maintenance.

Contractors can use the D6528 Mixer/Pump to install gypsum underlayments for sound and fire proofing floors, as well as up to 1/2-inch (12 mm) aggregate concrete mixes for breezeways and patios.

The hydraulic mixer blends up to 9 ft³ (0,.25 m³) of material in just 45 seconds and keeps it in suspension as the machine dumps material into the unit’s 12 ft³ (0.34 m³) hopper with hydraulic agitation.

Operators can use a skid steer loader and Blastcrete’s optional calibrated bucket to load as much as 7.6 ft³ (0.215 m³) of material into the mixer at a time.

Blastcrete designed the exclusive squeeze pump with 33% fewer wear parts for reduced maintenance. The pump operates with up to 450 psi for consistent delivery of up to 12 yd³ (9.17 m³) of material per hour.

“We have been very impressed with what we can do with the unit,” said Dewayne Olsen, owner of Western Slope Gypsum in Rifle, Colorado. “We can pump gypsum up to five stories high and as far as 400 feet (137 m)horizontally.”

The squeeze pump does not require lubrication to keep it cool and is not damaged if the hopper runs dry.

The D6528 Mixer/Pump comes equipped with a 29 hp/21.6 kW , water-cooled diesel engine or an optional 40 hp/29.83 kW Kohler gasoline engine. The engine is positioned away from the mixer and receiving hopper to prevent thermal transfer that can cause material to set prematurely.

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