Mobile cranes are mounted on a mobile platform like rail or a wheeled truck. Mobile cranes are designed for the easy transporting of loads to a site and are used to lift heavy objects.
Mobile cranes come in different types and sizes, such as boom truck cranes, crawlers cranes, truck-mounted cranes, rough terrain cranes, and all-terrain cranes. Grove Rough Terrain Mobile Cranes are used in various locations, such as construction sites, warehouses, and ports to complete any power-related task safely and efficiently.
Mobile crane services provide the flexibility to access those sites that are difficult for other types of cranes to access. Some cranes are fitted with equipment, including piledriver, magnet, and personnel basket; which can perform specialized functions with more ease.
They are more compact than most other types of off-road cranes, which means that they can get into tighter spaces. Outriggers provide stability for lifting operations and, by using a hydraulic boom and hoist, rough terrain cranes can lift heavy loads to exceptional heights.
Most rough terrain cranes have 4-wheel drive to better navigate off-road. Modern models have the highest level of standard safety features available on a rough terrain crane. These cranes are highly maneuverable with robust construction which helps them to perform better.