Telescopic Truck Straight arm crane with 8T

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  • Feature: Truck Crane

  • Condition: New

  • Application: electricity, grabing brick, construcion sites and other working fields

  • Rated Loading Capacity: 8000KGS

  • Rated Lifting Moment: 20T.M

  • Max. Lifting Load: 8000KGS

  • Max. Lifting Height: 15.5M

  • Span: 5.9M

  • Place of Origin: Jiangxi, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: SQ804
  • Certification: CCC & TX certification

  • Warranty: one year

  • After-sales Service Provided: Engineers available to service machinery overseas

  • Chasis: DONGFENG,FOTON,SINOTRUCK, FAW etc.

  • Material: advanced material from home and abroad

  • Color: red,yellow,white,blue etc.

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:standard container packing, LCL/SKD/CKD for crane only; bulk carrier shipping or ro-ro shipping carrier for whole set of truck crane.
Delivery Detail:5-15days after order confirmed

Specifications

 

8 ton telescopic boom truck mounted crane 
straight telescopic boom 
hydraulic system 
good lift performance 
all rotation 

boomis Hexagonal Cross-section design is more stronger for ability of anti-bending and over-loading.

multiple directional control valve is from abroad is more advanced

 

Techinical  Parameters for the 8ton truck crane 

 

Model No.SQ804Number of Jib Arm Sections4
Max.Lifting Capacity8TOutrigger Span5.9M
Max. Lifting Moment20 T.MCrane weight3T
Max. Lifting Height15.5MRotation Angle360°
Max. Working Radius11.5MOil Tank Capacity120L
Derricking Scope1-70°Max. Oil Flow of hydraulic System80L/min
Installation Space1250MMRated Pressure of Hydraulic System24Mpa

 

 

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