crawler crane

crawler crane

[′krȯ·lər ‚krān]
(mechanical engineering)
A self-propelled crane mounted on two endless tracks that revolve around wheels.
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The company Dornseiff expands its fleet with a crawler crane type LR 1250.
Most of the decline year over year was due to lower crawler crane shipments in the Americas, the result of a significant volume of these cranes being shipped in 2016 and lower Rough-terrain crane shipments primarily in the Americas and the Middle-East, mainly due to continued weakness in demand in the oil and gas market.
New York City Department of Buildings has updated the interim crane regulations the agency put in place after the crawler crane collapse in Tribeca on February 5.
The toppling of a crawler crane on 11 September killed more than 100 people and injured almost 400 more.
Sections of the Demag CC4800 (800 ton) crawler crane being lifted off at Shepherd | Sections of the Demag CC4800 (800 ton) crawler crane being lifted off at Shepherd |
Mammoet, global leader in Engineered Heavy Lifting and Transport, is currently employing its LR13000, the biggest crawler crane in the world, to install four platform legs on Van Oord's newest wind turbine installation vessel, the Aeolus.
4 -- Kobelco Cranes India (KCI), a part of Kobelco Cranes (KCL) Japan, has initiated the commercial production of its hydraulic crawler crane manufacturing plant in India recently.
of Anchorage added a new crawler crane to its fleet in midsummer.
The new crawler crane plant will be constructed in the Sri City Special Economic Zone, about 75 km north of Chennai in southeastern India.
The prizes are different in each category, but include a zoo, a construction site and a crawler crane.
The 11-strong salvage team has used a large crawler crane to lift three truck loads of equipment out to the vessel, such as pumps to help level the ship.