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    Lectura specs Cranes Tower Cranes - Trolley Boom - Top-slewing Tower Cranes - Trolley Boom - Top-slewing Yongmao Yongmao STT5630 specifications

    Technical specs - STT5630 Yongmao

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    Max. load 260 t
    Load at max. Reach 72.59 t
    max. standard boom 70 m
    Tower height 85.3 m
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    If alignment change (2/4) is possible, the loads for quadruple alignment applies. In case of crane on anchor bolt, the anchor is not included in base price. Incl. concrete ballast, crane control and spindles with plates (latter not valid with rail-bound travelling, incl. cable drum and cruciform base)

    STT5630 Yongmao - Special equipment

    • Cabin
    • Add. ballast
    • Rail carrier
    • Climbing device
    • Undercarriage
    • Cross girder
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