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Product Snapshot: Luffing-Jib Tower Crane and Wind Turbine Bolt Tensioner

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The Terex CTL 650 F45 Luffing Jib Tower Crane has a maximum lifting capacity of 49.6 tons and is equipped with a 213-ft jib. It features Terex's latest EVO 15 operator cab and includes safety features such as jib walkways and handrails. All of the crane's hoisting and luffing winch drums are linked to their own separate emergency braking system. The crane's platform and A-frame both fold to be carried in a single piece on a standard truck, reducing transportation costs. Terex Cranes; 319-352-3920;
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This week we look at a new tower crane from Terex and a wind turbine bolt tensioner from Boltight. Click on the image to begin the slide show.


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