SinoTruck 6x4 with Hydraulic Telescopic Crane 12ton

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  • Feature: Truck Crane

  • Condition: New

  • Application: all kinds of Loading and unloading

  • Rated Loading Capacity: 12000 KG

  • Rated Lifting Moment: 30 T.M

  • Max. Lifting Load: 12000 KG

  • Max. Lifting Height: 16.8M, 18M

  • Span: 6.0 M

  • Place of Origin: Jiangxi, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: GXQ5250JSQMB
  • Certification: CCC & TX

  • Warranty: ONE YEAR

  • Engine: WD615.92E

  • Power: 196 Kw

  • Displacement: 9726

  • Overall size: 11995x2495x3850

  • Cargo box size: 8500x2300x600

  • Wheel base: 6000+1350

  • Axle No.: 3

  • Rated load: 7990 Kgs

  • Tire No.: 11

  • Tire type: 11.00R2016PR Steel wire tires

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:RO-RO shipping or Bulk shipping
Delivery Detail:20 days after deposit

 

Specifications

1.Model: GXQ5250JSQMB
2.Sinotruk truck 6x4
3.HP 266 Engine
4.Crane max.lifting capacity:12ton
5.100% new

Main Parameter of Telescopic Crane 12Ton

(Model No.: SQ1204---12Ton, 4-Section boom)

Model

SQ1204

Unit

Max Lifting capacity

12,000

Kg

Max Lifting Moment

30

T.M

Max Lifting Height

16.5

M

Max.Working Radius

13.7

M

Max oil flow of Hydraulic system

80

L/Min

Max pressure of Hydraulic system

28

Mpa

Oil Tank Capacity

120

L

Rotation Angle

All Rotation

Crane weight

4,700

Kg

Installation space

1300

mm

Derricking Scope

1-76

°

Number of Booms

4

Sections

Outrigger Span

5.8

M

 

 

Main Parameter of Telescopic Crane 12Ton

(Model No.: SQ1204E---12Ton, 4-Section boom)

Model

SQ1204E

Unit

Max Lifting capacity

12,000

Kg

Max Lifting Moment

30

T.M

Max Lifting Height

18

M

Max.Working Radius

15

M

Max oil flow of Hydraulic system

80

L/Min

Max pressure of Hydraulic system

28

Mpa

Oil Tank Capacity

120

L

Rotation Angle

All Rotation

Crane weight

4,700

Kg

Installation space

1300

mm

Derricking Scope

1-76

°

Number of Booms

4

Sections

Outrigger Span

5.8

M

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