WORKSITE ADVANTAGES OF ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES
If you’re planning work at a job site that’s a little rough around the edges, chances are that a standard crane will not cut it. Rough terrain (RT) cranes, on the other hand, feature wider wheelbases and tires as well as improved steering and traction. Their unique designs give them the stability necessary to work on uneven ground and inclement weather conditions.
GROVE ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES
Grove is one of the leading manufacturers of rough terrain cranes. Their hard-wearing, dependable machinery excels in even the harshest terrains, allowing you to focus on your work instead of worrying about equipment failure. Ideal for pick-and-carry applications, these cranes feature superb on-rubber operation.
Our Grove rough terrain cranes are ready for any kind of rugged job that comes across your desk. Choose from RT cranes with lift capacities ranging from 40–130 tons and multi-section, full-power telescoping booms that stretch as far as 160 ft. Whatever your load, Grove rough terrain cranes will get it where it needs to go.
INTELLIGENT, HIGH-POWERED, AND CONVENIENT
Grove’s RT vehicles deliver incredible lifting power in a streamlined, compact package. Removable front and rear outrigger boxes enable easy transport and can be reinstalled without the use of an assist crane. When it’s time to get to work, let the on-board aide guide the way. The aide’s user-friendly interface helps operators work safely and accurately.
Models like the Grove RT540E and GRT8100 include the new Manitowoc Crane Control System (CCS). This innovative interface provides dual full-graphic displays that are mounted vertically inside the cab. And their jog dial makes navigation and data input easier than ever. Best of all, Grove, Manitowoc, and Potain cranes use the same parts. So if you’ve serviced or operated one, you’re familiar with them all.
CABS TO WRITE HOME ABOUT
These aren’t your typical crane cabs: Grove’s RT cranes stand out with extra glass and tilting abilities, an automotive-style layout, an ergonomic dashboard, and an adjustable steering wheel that tilts and telescopes for a custom fit. Many feature full-vision cabs that boost productivity and are surprisingly comfortable. Heat and A/C inside the cabs help keep operators focused, regardless of the weather.
Our rough terrain crane rentals manage difficult ground with ease thanks to their four-mode steering and driving. Operators can effortlessly switch from front-only, rear-only, crab, and coordinated modes depending on what the terrain requires. And for areas that need extra control, each RT crane is equipped with both front and rear cross-axle differential locks.
YOUR GO-TO FOR ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES IN CHICAGO
At La Grange Crane, we understand that you need to be able to trust your equipment with your life on a job site. That’s why we only rent the best rough terrain cranes from Grove. We also make the rental process simple so that you can devote your undivided attention to your project. Take a look at the models we offer below and reach out to the La Grange team for specialized recommendations.