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New State of the Art 8×8 Crane Vehicle for Collett!

Collett Transport Unveil New Crane Vehicle

New State of the Art 8×8 Crane Vehicle for Collett!

Check out the latest addition to the Collett & Sons Ltd fleet; a new MAN TGS 41.480 8×8 Tractor Unit fitted with a Fassi F1150RA.2.26 115 Tonne/Meter Crane.

Once again, Collett Transport is providing industry leading equipment with an impressive 115 Tonne/Meter crane mounted on an 8×8 tractor unit. The crane features 6 boom extensions, with a lift capacity of 22 Tonnes at 4.15 Meters and 5.62 Tonnes at 15.45 Meters. The lorry loader has a gross vehicle weight of 90 Tonnes and is capable of self-loading and off-loading, eliminating the need for a mobile crane.

As previously mentioned, the tractor unit has an 8×8 chassis which allows all eight wheels to work as driven axles. This provides the lorry loader with added traction making it a perfect piece of equipment for heavy duty site work. The vehicle has the ability to be used as a heavy haulage tractor unit to pull trailers however, it has the additional option to be used as a ballast tractor to push or pull heavy payloads. Crane vehicles have become are a prominent feature across Collett’s diverse fleet and with the addition of this 115 Tonne/Meter crane, they continue to provide heavy lift and transport solutions.

https://www.collett.co.uk 

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