Crane Rental

There are many different industries and situations where it might be necessary to rent a crane.

Some examples include:

  1. Construction: Cranes are commonly used in construction to lift and move heavy materials, such as steel beams, concrete blocks, and heavy machinery. Contractors may choose to rent a crane for specific projects rather than purchasing one.

  2. Manufacturing: Cranes are often used in manufacturing facilities to move materials and equipment. Companies may choose to rent a crane for a specific project or to supplement their existing cranes during times of high demand.

  3. Industrial: Cranes are used in a variety of industrial settings, such as ports, oil rigs, and mines, to lift and move heavy materials. Companies in these industries may choose to rent a crane for specific projects or to supplement their existing cranes.

  4. Events: Cranes may be rented for use at events, such as concerts or festivals, to set up and dismantle stages, lighting, and other equipment.

  5. Disaster relief: Cranes may be rented by organizations involved in disaster relief efforts to lift and move heavy debris.

  6. Landscaping: Cranes may be rented by landscaping companies to move large trees or other heavy materials.


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There are several advantages to renting a crane rather than purchasing one:

  1. Cost: Renting a crane can be significantly less expensive than buying one, especially if you only need it for a short period of time.
  2. Maintenance: When you rent a crane, the rental company is responsible for maintaining and repairing the equipment. This can save you time and money on maintenance and repairs.
  3. Flexibility: Renting a crane allows you to choose the right type and size of equipment for your specific project, rather than being limited to the cranes you own.
  4. Storage: If you don’t have the space to store a crane, renting allows you to access the equipment when you need it without having to find a place to keep it.
  5. Taxes: In some cases, you may be able to claim tax deductions for equipment rentals. This can help offset the cost of the rental.
  6. Lower risk: Renting a crane means you don’t have to worry about the risks and responsibilities associated with owning equipment, such as liability for accidents or damage to the crane.

Crane Specifications

  1. Large capacity: With a 30-ton lifting capacity, this crane is capable of handling heavy loads and large equipment.

  2. Fixed cab: The crane features a fixed cab that provides a stable and comfortable operating environment for the operator.

  3. Boom length: The crane features 100’ of main boom length with optional jib extension that provides increased reach and flexibility when lifting and moving loads.

  4. Horizontal Reach: 65’ to 70’ horizontal reach with reduced capacity. 360 degree radius reach.
  5. Slew ring: The crane is equipped with a slew ring that allows for 360-degree rotation and increased flexibility when positioning loads.

  6. Hydraulic outriggers: The crane is equipped with hydraulic outriggers that provide increased stability and support when lifting and moving loads. High Capacity with Optimized Stabilizer Configuration to fit in most areas.

  7. Control systems: The crane is equipped with advanced control systems that provide precise and smooth operation of the crane’s various functions.

  8. Safety features: The crane is equipped with multiple safety features that ensure the safety of the operator and those working around the crane.

  9. Material Flat bed: 24’ flat bed for material haul.

  10. Opperator