Manitowoc has just unveiled the latest in its line of class-leading rough-terrain cranes: the Grove GRT9165
Manitowoc has just unveiled the latest in its line of class-leading rough-terrain cranes: the Grove GRT9165. The crane offers the longest reach and highest capacity of any model in Grove’s rough-terrain lineup, and it has a host of features that will help companies increase efficiency while maintaining a low total cost of ownership.
The GRT9165 is a 149t capacity crane that features a 62.5 m six-section, pinned boom—in fact, the boom is 1.5 m longer than the closest competing model. Tip height maxes out at 91.2 m, and both manual and hydraulic extensions are available. It has been designed for easy transport, with a compact overall height of 3.8 m. It also has hydraulically removable counterweight and outrigger boxes, in addition to a hydro-gas suspension on the rear axle. With all components removed, the GRT9165 weighs in at an easily roadable gross vehicle weight of approximately 52,617 kg.
As with all of Grove’s latest-generation rough-terrains, the GRT9165 was developed with operator comfort and convenience in mind. The updated cab features a new wide-body design, measuring 2.5 cm wider than other rough-terrain models, and the Crane Control System (CCS) viewing screen has been optimized for easy viewing. The cab can also hydraulically tilt up to 20°, providing improved visibility for the operator.
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