Tadano GR-1200XL Rough Terrain Cranes
|Product Type||Rough Terrain Cranes|
|Year of Manufacture||2022|
|Maximum Capacity||120 tons|
|Maximum Boom Length (ft)||183.7'|
|Maximum Jib Length (ft)||58.1'|
|Maximum Counterweight (lbs)||22,000 lbs|
|Engine||Cummins QSB6.7, EPA Tier 4 Final|
|Tire or Track||Tire|
|Tire Size||29.5-25 34 PR|
|Gross Vehicle Weight||123,460 lbs|
|Maximum Lift Height (ft)||241.4'|
The Tadano GR-1200XL rough terrain crane has a 120 U.S. ton lift capacity. One of the benefits of having a Tadano rough terrain is its HELLO-NET capability. HELLO-NET is Tadano’s telematics system that supports crane management by giving the operator details on operational status, maintenance and position. Another key feature and benefit that comes with the GR-1200XL is the Tadano electronic load moment indicator system or AML-C. The AML-C, which is innovative in design, displays the boom angle, length, load radius, rated lifting capacity and other key details that allow the operator to preset a custom working environment without having to change any configurations. Both audible and visual warnings are made in the AML-C. Other features included with this crane are an eco mode system, self removable counterweight, drum rotation indicator, Cummins QSB6.7 engine and much more.
Jib and Boom
The GR-1200XL has a six-section extended boom with a maximum length of 183.7′. Its bi-fold lattice jib has a maximum length of 58.1′.
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