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Link-Belt announces all new full power 100RT

Industry News
Written by Piling Canada
December 2018

Link-Belt is bringing a new 100RT (90-mt) rough terrain crane to the market with the longest full-power boom available. “There’s not a full power boom out there that carries this capacity chart at radius,” said Brian Smoot, product manager telescopic rough terrain cranes. “This will be a dominant player for rental fleets, refineries and plant work in general, handling longer radius with ease.”

Other notable features for the 100RT include Link-Belt’s latest operator cab design, Pulse 2.0 operating system with remote software updates via wi-fi, V-Calc asymmetrical outrigger options, a new simple-to-assemble fly, latest Cummins technology with a Stage V engine and Link-Belt’s Vision package.

Following rigorous on-site and field testing, shipments of the new 100-ton (90-mt) 100RT rough terrain crane are scheduled to begin first quarter 2019. Piling Canada

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